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Topic - Greg Anthony
NBA analyst Greg Anthony is a student of the game, widely respected for his basketball acumen. WATCH Anthony talk about the Wizards playoffs chances here.
Reggie Miller wasn't always the biggest name in his own family. On Friday night, he was the top star in the biggest basketball Hall of Fame class in half a century.
Prepare for "The Stare" at South Carolina games next season.
The NCAA is more concerned about making sure its first 68-team basketball tournament goes off without a hitch than any further expansion.
The show was over, the lights had come on, and Jerry Tarkanian sat with a microphone in his hand halfway up the crowded theater at the Palms hotel and casino.
When Anthony says he'd be "shocked" if the Wizards didn't make the playoffs, it's worth watching.
"Ultimately you're going to see this thing go to 96, and the reason is because there's more parity," said Anthony, the former UNLV star who will provide in-studio analysis for CBS.