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Greg Anthony        

CBS College Basketball Analyst

Greg Anthony, a former UNLV standout and 12-year NBA veteran joined CBS Sports in 2008 as lead studio analyst for the CBS Television Network's coverage of college basketball, including the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship. He also contributes to Yahoo! Sports as a college basketball analyst and serves as a co-host/analyst on SiriusXM NBA Radio.

Anthony is a cohost to Greg Gumbel and Seth Davis in the studio for the NCAA Tournament on The Road to The Final Four. He also serves as an analyst for CBS Sports' regular-season games. In addition, he serves as analyst for CBS College Sports Network’s regular-season basketball coverage and served as an analyst during the Network's 2008 NCAA Tournament coverage.

Prior to joining CBS Sports, Anthony was a studio analyst for ESPN’s NBA coverage. He appears on all of ESPN and ESPN2's NBA studio shows including the NBA Shootaround - a half-hour pre-game studio program leading into the Friday doubleheaders, the update segments during Wednesday night game telecasts, and ESPN2's NBA Fastbreak and NBA Fastbreak Tuesday.

In the 1991 NBA Draft Anthony was selected as the 12th overall pick by the New York Knicks. During his 12 years in the NBA Anthony played for seven teams - Knicks, Vancouver Grizzlies, Seattle Supersonics, Portland Trail Blazers, Chicago Bulls and the Milwaukee Bucks. His 130 consecutive games with an appearance remains the Blazers longest streak.

Anthony was well known in the league for his defense and on-the-court toughness. A natural leader, he captained the Grizzlies from 1994 to 96 and serves as the first vice president for the National Basketball Players Association (2000-present).

Anthony was the co-captain of the 1990 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship team, the UNLV Rebels. The next season, he led the Rebels through the season without a loss before falling to the Duke Blue Devils in the NCAA title game. Anthony tallied, 1,301 points in his collegiate career and holds UNLV records in assists (838) and steals (275). His #50 UNLV jersey was retired on November 7, 2006.

In college, Anthony was a national vice chairman for the Young Republicans (1989-91). In the summer of 1989, he interned on Capitol Hill for U.S. Rep. Barbara Vucanovich (R-Nev.). Anthony was appointed by President George Bush in 1990 to serve as a special assistant to the Ambassador of the Economic World Summit (G-7) in Houston, Texas.

From teamwork & communication to politics & social awareness, Anthony's charisma and intellect make him one of the most popular guest speakers in the country.


30 Seconds With Greg Anthony -
An interview with Greg Anthony, who was the Knicks' first-round draft choice in 1991, and is now an analyst on Nets telecasts on the YES Network.
Greg Anthony to replace Clark Kellogg as CBS college basketball ...
Kellogg's "spurtability" reign of terror comes to an end.

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