Bill Land is an eminent American broadcaster of the San Antonio Spurs on Fox Sports Southwest. Currently, Bill serves for the San Antonio Spurs as the play-by-play voice.
Land also calls college football games on FSN Southwest. Since 1988, He has been serving the network since he joined it as the Home Sports Network.
Also, He hosted a show titled UTSA Football Insider. Before that, Bill served in Tulsa as a sportscaster. There, the journalist hosted sports for KRMG-AM 740 and Tulsa Cable.
In addition, He called different sports for the FSN network including college softball, college soccer, college basketball, women’s college basketball, college baseball, and college swimming and diving.
Bill Land Age
Bill was born in the United States of America in 1951. He is 71 years old.
Bill Land Height
He is a man of average stature and stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches ( Approx 1,7m).
Bill Land Education
He graduated with a high school diploma from Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.
Bill Land Family
Bill was born to his caring and loving father and mother in the United States of America. Land is now the play-by-play voice of the calls for college football games and the San Antonio Spurs on FSN Southwest. However, He has not publicly shared his family information regarding his family members and as soon as he shares the details we will update you on this segment.
Bill Land Wife
He married his pretty wife called Gayle Land. The duo shares two handsome sons namely Cooper and Taylor. Currently, the adorable family lives in Highland Village, Texas, United States of America.
Bill Land Salary
Bill receives an annual salary of $74,296 per year. This is according to San Antonio Spurs anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Bill Land Net Worth
Land has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Bill Land Career
He presently serves for the San Antonio Spurs as a longtime TV play-by-play announcer. Bill is used to calling games when players play through pain or injury.
During the second leg of the Spurs’ Rodeo Road Trip, He suffered a fall that left him with a fractured laceration and wrist on his forehead and nose.
He was walking in New York and came across a little grated cover just a block and a half from the team hotel on the sidewalk, he was close enough to be assisted by hotel personnel.