About Stacey King

Ronald Stacey King is an American sports announcer and retired National Basketball Association(NBA) center who won three consecutive championships with the Chicago Bulls from 1991 to 1993. King is currently the lead color commentator for the Chicago Bulls television broadcasts.

  • NBA career (1989–1999): After a stand-out career at the University of Oklahoma, King was selected by the Bulls in the 1989 NBA draft with the sixth pick. He was last active in the NBA during the 1996–97 season while playing a handful of games for both the Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics.

    Coaching (2001–2003): King was named the head coach of the CBA's Rockford Lightning in 2001. The team reached the CBA championship game in2002 with King as coach.

    TV commentary (2006–present): King began his career with CSN Chicago as a studio analyst for pre- and post-game shows for the Chicago Bulls. He filled in as a third commentator during the 2006 playoffs joining Johnny "Red" Kerr and Tom Dore. King is currently working as the color commentator for the Chicago Bulls television broadcasts on NBC Sports Chicago.