Found March 20, 2013 on Awful Announcing:
PLAYERS: Bill Walton
Bill Walton isn't quite done announcing this college basketball season as he's working a couple NIT games for ESPN.  That includes tonight's first round game between Stanford and Stephen F. Austin in Palo Alto.  The evening has already provided us another slew of memorable Walton quotes, like "Timeout on the court here! The Lumberjacks, trying to sharpen the teeth on their chainsaws."  It's also provided us with this somewhat spooky photo at halftime of Bill Walton being photobombed by a giant cardboard cutout head of Bill Walton.  If there's anyone who can pull off a self-photobomb, it's got to be Bill Walton. At some point during the second half, I fully expect the two to have a dialogue on the air during the course of play.  And it'll be awesome.
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