Fox Sports Wisconsin and TNT Sports broadcaster Brian Anderson says he knows how to stop coronavirus.
“If you just wear a mask, keep your distance, and wash your hands, it works,” Anderson told WTMJ’s Scott Warras. “Living through two bubbles has only confirmed that in my mind.”
Anderson, who works for Turner Sports, spent several weeks in two sports bubbles, calling NBA games in Florida, followed by MLB Playoff games in San Diego.
“We made a verbal contract: If we can (follow CDC guidelines), we can get paid and perform our duties,” he explained. “We had 150 people in our television crew and didn’t have one positive test. It is a great example of how we can function.”
Anderson is well educated on all matters of COVID-19. His 21-year-old daughter caught the virus earlier this year.
“We’ve learned a lot about it and I’ve been able to help a lot of people get through it.”
Click the media player to hear more about BA’s time in the bubble and how he’d prep for calling a championship game.