Dick Vitale, NBA Hall of Famer, Correctly Predicted NCAA’s Fall Cancellation a Day Before the Fact. Will His Predictions on the Restart Come True?

NEW JERSEY - World Sports Network proudly presents Dick Vitale, legendary sports broadcaster and former NBA head coach, to talk NCAA basketball. Vitale provides insider knowledge to the resumption of the NCAA and how and when he thinks it should resume regular play.

“My gut feeling is basketball will not start by thanksgiving...why not have stage one in Jan-March, have a conference tourney and then move into March Madness...I don't see it happening in Nov. as is the current plan..." -  Dick Vitale, During Guest Appearance.

Less than a day after making this prediction on the sports podcast Wise Kracks the NCAA announced the cancellation of their scheduled fall game plan.

Mr. Vitale went on to make other predictions on the podcast produced by WSN. Will they come true as well? Dick Vitale has one of the longest tenures of anyone associated with the NBA and has been a fixture of American Basketball for many decades.  

Wise Kracks is a sports podcast that focuses on giving the listeners an edge over the bookies with weekly in-depth strategy sessions hosted by, Bill Krackomberger and Rosalie Michaels.

Watch this week's episode of Wise Kracks here, and get Krackomberger and Vitale’s take on the return of the NCAA and money management within different sports.

Gustave Seeberg
gustave.seeberg@wsn.com

The World Sports Network, or WSN, is an independent online sports and betting guide that features news, stories, picks, predictions and odds on the basis of a set of guiding editorial principles.

Our international team of sports and betting experts deliver in-depth reviews of major legal sportsbooks, breaking US and world sports news, betting statistics and tips, previews and the best predictions and odds coverage online for hundreds of competitions around the globe.

WSN was founded in 2005 and redesigned in 2016. It is operated by the Danish media company, Rebel Penguin ApS, which is in turn owned by Gaming Innovation Group.

 

Subscribe

Quotes

My gut feeling is basketball will not start by thanksgiving...why not have stage one in Jan-March, have a conference tourney and then move into March Madness...I don't see it happening in Nov. as is the current plan...
Dick Vitale