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From Lady Gaga to LeBron: Highlights from Bill Walton and Dick Vitale’s bonkers NBA broadcast

Depending on who you are, these could be seen as highlights, or they could be seen as lowlights. The reviews were mixed on Twitter while Bill Walton and Dick Vitale teamed up to call the Cavaliers vs. 571 more words


Bill Walton Trashed Carmelo Anthony And Called An ESPN Producer 'Dr. Slave Driver' On-Air

On Wednesday night, ESPN did something glorious and had Bill Walton and Dick Vitale call the Cavs’ game against the Pacers. It marked the first time the pair had called a LeBron James game together since his high school days. 309 more words


Donovan McNabb Wants Bill Walton To Pipe Down So He Can Hear Dickie V

I might have to press mute every time @BillWalton speaks during this Cavs game. Constantly cutting @DickieV off. Killing me with stories.

— Donovan McNabb (@donovanjmcnabb) …

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Dick Vitale and Bill Walton recall how amazed they were calling LeBron’s game in high school

Fifteen years ago, Dick Vitale and Bill Walton teamed up to call a high school game: Oak Hill vs. St. Vincent-St. Mary with LeBron James as the player-to-see. 385 more words


Dick Vitale blasted Kansas fans for leaving early before the Jayhawks’ miraculous comeback

The third-ranked Kansas Jayhawks defeated No. 12 West Virginia, 84-80, in overtime on Monday after one of the more remarkable comebacks we’ll ever see.

Kansas trailed West Virginia by 14 points with 2:43 remaining in the game. 239 more words


Sorry, Dickie V, There's No Issue With Kansas Fans Leaving Game Early

After winning 54 consecutive games at home in Lawrence, Kansas nearly lost two straight games at Allen Fieldhouse. Jayhawks fans left early.

Dick Vitale, the longtime color commentator who was once a coach in college and in the NBA, roasted those who ditched when down by fourteen points with around three minutes left — the largest lead of the game. 306 more words


Former St. Francis standout Shawn Green dies

Shawn Green, a former basketball standout at St. Francis (Joliet, Ill.), died Thursday at 10:45 a.m. following a year-long battle with cancer, his twin brother Shane said. 107 more words

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