Lisa Byington: I love that last part of your answer, Kate. I never look at it as I’m a female broadcaster when I put on the headset. I think of myself as a broadcaster. I talked to (longtime Bucks play-by-play broadcaster) Jim Paschke many weeks ago on the phone. He said to me, “Your seat is a great seat.” So I think first and foremost, I want to do Jim justice for all the years that he’s put into this job. I never want to take for granted that seat. I never want to take for granted that when I put on the headset and I sit down, it is a great seat. It is also a goal of mine that your broadcast partners take off the headset after a game and look at you and say, “That was really fun.” It’s the best feeling in the world as a play-by-play announcer for your partners to feel that way. If your partners are feeling that way, chances are good the majority of the audience is also feeling that way too.