A Wizards spokesperson said that NBC Sports Washington analyst Glenn Consor will "continue to call the team’s games on the radio" following his controversial reference to Rockets G Kevin Porter Jr.’s late father, according to Scott Allen of the WASHINGTON POST. Consor apologized Thursday for a comment he made during the TV broadcast of the Wizards’ 114-111 loss to the Rockets on Wednesday at Capital One Arena that "drew criticism on social media and led to calls for his firing." Following Porter Jr. making a three-pointer at the buzzer to beat the Wizards, Consor said, Porter Jr., "Like his dad, pulled that trigger right at the right time.” In '93, Kevin Porter Sr. was "charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a 14-year-old girl," before being shot and killed on July 17, 2004. Consor: "I mistakenly thought that Kevin was the son of former Washington player Kevin Porter." Consor has been an analyst for Wizards radio broadcasts alongside longtime play-by-play commentator Dave Johnson since '07, but "occasionally fills in on NBC Sports Washington’s TV broadcasts" (WASHINGTON POST, 1/7).