ESPN Hires Shane Battier As College Basketball Analyst
Thursday, July 03, 2014
Recently retired NBA player Shane Battier has agreed to a multiyear deal with ESPN to serve as an analyst for its men’s college basketball coverage. Battier, who starred for four years at Duke University – leading the Blue Devils to the 2001 National Championship – will primarily serve as a studio analyst but will work certain games as well. (Broadcasting & Cable)
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