2011 NCAA Tournament CBS/Turner Commentator Assignments

You can catch all of these games on CBS, TNT, TBS, TruTV, HGTV, Al-Jazeera, HBO, and C-Span. There are sideline reporters listed with each announcing pair but I couldn’t care less about them. If there’s one downside to CBS’ partnership with Turner it’s the return of the useless courtside reporters.

First Four

Dayton (Tue) – Jim Nantz, Clark Kellogg, and Steve Kerr
Dayton (Wed) – Gus Johnson and Len Elmore

2nd and 3rd Rounds

Charlotte – Jim Nantz and Clark Kellogg
Chicago – Spero Dedes and Bob Wenzel
Cleveland – Gus Johnson and Len Elmore
DC – Tim Brando and Mike Gminski
Denver – Verne Lundquist and Bill Raftery
Tampa – Ian Eagle and Jim Spanarkel
Tuscon – Kevin Harlan, Reggie Miller, and Dan Bonner
Tulsa – Marv Albert and Steve Kerr

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One thought on “2011 NCAA Tournament CBS/Turner Commentator Assignments

  1. Brian Harlin

    Steve Kerr went on for 5 minutes about how Texas A&M matched up against Notre Dame in the final game of the night. He was surprised Texas A&M was still in it. I was urprised since Texas A&M lost to Florida State, who was playing Notre Dame next.

    Spero Dedes, with the graphic of the next round games on the screen on two different occasions, said that UCONN was playing in the Sweet 16 on Saturday and then said another team was playing in the Sweet 16 on Sunday. Sweet 16 is Thursday and Friday. Has he never watched a tournament before?

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