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Yardbarker Logo By Jeff Mezydlo of Yardbarker | Slide 3 of 30: Bilas was a four-year starter at Duke and played in the 1986 National Championship Game. But to today's college basketball fan he's best known for his work as a commentator and analyst for ESPN, a position he has held for more than 20 years. At times, Bilas, who also lends his talent to CBS for the NCAA Tournament, will show his love for Coach K and the Blue Devils, but he's arguably the best and most impartial college basketball television mind out there. Oh yeah, he's also a practicing attorney.

Jay Bilas

Bilas was a four-year starter at Duke and played in the 1986 National Championship Game. But to today's college basketball fan he's best known for his work as a commentator and analyst for ESPN, a position he has held for more than 20 years. At times, Bilas, who also has lent his talent to CBS for the NCAA Tournament, will show his love for Coach K and the Blue Devils, but he's arguably the best and most impartial college basketball television mind out there. Oh yeah, he's also a practicing attorney.

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