Timothy (Tim) Daniel McCormick (born March 10, 1962, in Detroit, Michigan) is an American former professional basketball player. He was seven feet tall and weighed 250 lbs. during most of his career, which ran 1984-1991.
McCormick attended the University of Michigan, where in 1984 he led the Wolverines to their first NIT title and was named the MVP of the tournament.
In the 1984 NBA Draft, he was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers 12th overall, although he never played for the Cavs. They traded him to the Washington Bullets whereupon he was subsequently dealt to the Seattle SuperSonics.
In a career that could best described as journeyman, McCormick struggled with injuries throughout his eight year NBA career. In addition to playing for the Seattle SuperSonics, McCormick also spent time with the Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Nets, Houston Rockets, Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks.
McCormick played in 483 games and scored a total of 4,030 points. His best season as a professional came during the 1986-87 NBA season as a member of the 76ers, appearing in 81 games (79 starts) and averaging 12.8 ppg.
Currently he covers the MHSAA basketball for FSN Detroit as a color commentary. He is also a backup television analyst for the Detroit Pistons games on FSN Detroit. Tim provides color analysis as a broadcaster for ESPN and ABC College Basketball. In his career he has also worked for ESPN Regional and ESPN International. Tim is the college basketball insider on sports radio 1130 WDFN in Detroit.