New York Knicks announcer Marv Albert poses at Madison Square Garden in New York, Sunday, Feb. 7, 1999, where he broadcast the Knicks season home opener against the Miami Heat for WFAN radio. // Marv mouths off (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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New York Knicks announcer Marv Albert poses at Madison Square Garden in New York, Sunday, Feb. 7, 1999, where he broadcast the Knicks season home opener against the Miami Heat for WFAN radio.

Broadcaster Marv Albert, known for his excited "Yes!" call during NBA games, left many sports fans wondering where else he might be uttering that phrase when he went on trial for sexual assault charges in 1997. Albert, a married father of four, was accused of biting a woman with whom he'd allegedly had a 10-year extra-marital relationship, as well as forcing her to perform other sexual acts. When DNA tests proved bite marks on the woman's body were caused by him, Albert pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour charge of assault and battery, costing him his job with NBC. Two years later, once the case had blown over, Albert made a triumphant return to the airwaves. Yes!