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Jay Bilas

Played basketball for Duke University, and was drafted to the NBA in 1986, after helping to lead the Blue devils to the NCAA Championship. He played basketball in Italy before becoming one of Duke's assistant coaches for 3 seasons. He has received his Law Degree from Duke, and now is a broadcaster for ESPN and a well known sports annalist. He had ... See full bio »

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Mike & Mike
Mike & Mike Himself - ESPN College Basketball Analyst / Himself - Telephone Interviewee / Himself - Substitute Host / Himself / Himself - ESPN College Basketball Anayst / Himself - Cohost / Himself - ESPN NBA Analyst
'88 ESPN College Basketball Analyst
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 2016 With a Kiss (TV Movie)
 1990 I Come in Peace
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 1986 College GameDay (TV Series)
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Book: "Toughness: Developing True Strength On and Off the Court". New York: NAL. ISBN-10: 0451414675; ISBN-13: 9780451414670 See more »

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6' 8" (2.03 m)

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Played basketball for Duke University.

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