The Best March Madness Speakers

March Madness is one of the most exciting times on the sports calendar. Fanbases from all over the country get fired up to watch their team try to advance in the 68-team NCAA Tournament. The Best March Madness Speakers are able to encapsulate everything this college basketball phenomenon means to fans. They are great for a variety of corporate events and more! 

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Andy Katz is one of the top college basketball experts in the U.S. He is an analyst for ESPN and ESPN.com. Katz’s show Katz Korner airs weekly on ESPNU and he is also a backup host for Outside t...

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Bill Raftery is a current basketball analyst and a former coach. In high school Bill was a star player for the basketball team and became the all-time scoring leader breaking a 35 year old record with...

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Known for quite possibly the greatest play in college basketball history, anyone who follows the sport of basketball knows who Christian Laettner is. After getting recruited as early as his freshman y...

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One of the greatest basketball players to come out of Cleveland, Clark Kellogg set a state record 51 points in the Ohio State High School finals. After a three year career at the Ohio State University...

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His voice is one of the greatest of all time in the history of athletics.  For decades Dick Vitale has been on the sideline as a coach and color commentator, and always adds excitement no matter what...

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Doug Gottlieb is one of the best-known sports broadcasting personalities in America. He currently works for Fox Sports where he serves as the host of The Doug Gottlieb Show on radio and is a basketbal...

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Greg Anthony was one of the leaders for the 1990 UNLV team that won the NCAA National Championship.  What made him unique as a leader is that he wasn’t able to do a whole lot of talking.  Due to the f...

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Jay Bilas is a man of many talents. Those talents include being a former professional basketball player and coach, serving as one of the most popular television sports personalities in the world, and...

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Jim Jackson is an American retired professional basketball player. Over his 14 National Basketball Association (NBA) seasons, Jackson was on the active roster of 12 different teams, tying the league r...

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No one covers March Madness quite like ESPN's Joe Lunardi. Lunardi is the inventor of Bracketology and has made his NCAA Tournament projections for ESPN.com since the site's creation. He provides regu...

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Kenny Smith had a successful NBA career, but he is now better known as an analyst on one of the most successful sports studio shows ever.  Smith joined TNT in 1998 and the cast of Inside the NBA....

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LaPhonso Ellis is a retired basketball player from the National Basketball Association. Ellis attended the University of Notre Dame and the team qualified for the NCAA tournament during his freshman a...

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Seth Davis earned his degree in Political Science from Duke University in 1992. During his time at Duke he served as a host for a local sports show on Cable 13 and was also a sports columnist for the...

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Seth Greenberg is a college basketball analyst for ESPN that has nearly a quarter-century of coaching experience.  Greenberg spent 15 of those years as a head coach at the college level with Long...