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Hall of Fame coach Bob Knight didn’t sound like a Hall of Fame announcer Thursday night during the Kentucky-Vanderbilt game.Knight had absolutely no idea what the difference between the shot-clock and game-clock were.It was clear that the shot-clock was at 0.0 when Nerlens Noel sunk what would end up being the game-winning shot (should have counted). To the eyes of 72-year-old Knight, the 17.3 seconds on the game-clock was what he was thinking the shot clock was. Thankfully, Rece Davis was there to take charge and describe to Knight what the two clocks meant.[Business Insider]
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ESPN announcer Bob Knight seemed to be confused by the shot clock while providing commentary for the Kentucky-Vanderbilt game.
ESPN college basketball analyst Bob Knight had an awkward moment on live TV when he seemed to be confused by the shot clock and game clock during a review of a controversial non-call by officials during the final moments of Thursday night's game between the Kentucky Wildcats and Vanderbilt Commodores.
Rece Davis and Knight was reviewing a replay of a Kentucky basket by Nerlens...
Bobby Knight and Rece Davis called the Vanderbilt and Kentucky men’s basketball game last night on ESPN and the ending was baffling for the former Indiana basketball coach. Bobby was having a hard time telling the difference between the game clock and the shot clock in reference to Nerlens Noel’s made bucket with 17.3 seconds left. It was very clear that the clock hit zero,...
Former Indiana and Texas Tech head coach Bobby Knight once had one of the most incredible and knowledgable basketball minds around.
Through age and sure attrition, Knight has lost a little bit as he’s gotten older, but ESPN still chooses to use him as an announcer during the college basketball season.
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