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How do you spell “go-getter?”
His website details that he was a four-year starter at Duke (1982-86), and then played professionally overseas for three more years. Afterwards, he coached on Mike Krzyzewski’s staff for three seasons (1990-92) while he attended Duke to earn a law degree.
During his time on Coach K’s bench, the Blue Devils made it to the Final Four three times, winning two national championships.
Bilas has been a litigation attorney with the Charlotte, N.C., firm of Moore & Van Allen PLLC since 1992.
Oh, yeah…and he’s the best announcer in college basketball.
His exceptional understanding of the game and adept ability to articulate what’s happening on the floor are unmatched.
Bilas uses simple language in his explanations of basketball strategy to unlock the deeper aspects of the games that he is calling.
While he is not the most humorous or exuberant analyst on air, Bilas provides superb commentary on issues, both on and off the court, relating to the great game of college basketball.