Toronto Raptors

NBA community reacts to the first-ever all-female broadcast in league history

History was made Wednesday night.

As the Toronto Raptors hosted the Denver Nuggets at Amalie Arena, every on-air role on the game's TSN broadcast was held by women, making for the first-ever all-female broadcast team in NBA history.

Play-by-play duties were handled by Meghan McPeak while WNBA star and Canadian National Team member Kia Nurse joined as the analyst. Sideline duties were handled by Kayla Grey while the duo of Kate Beirness and Amy Audibert held things down during pregame, halftime and postgame.

With history made, those from within the basketball world and beyond took to Twitter to react.

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