Los Angeles Clippers sportscaster Ralph Lawler is being honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Lawler received the 2,575th star on the Walk of Fame — located at 1708 Vine Street — on March 3.

Hollywood Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Leron Gubler emcees the event, which will include a guest appearance from Clippers president of basketball operations and head coach Doc Rivers.

In professional basketball for four decades, Lawler is in the midst of his 37th year as the “Voice of the Clippers,” making him the third-longest tenured team broadcaster in the NBA. He currently handles play-by-play coverage for all televised Clipper games on Prime Ticket as well as on the Clippers radio station KFWBAM 980 for all non-televised games. The sportscaster topped 2,800 Clippers regular season and playoff broadcasts last season. In addition to the NBA, Lawler has also worked play-by-play in the NFL (Chargers), MLB (Phillies) and NHL (Flyers).

His honors include three Emmys and a Telly Award for his coverage of Clippers basketball and a membership in the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Hall of Fame.