The NCAA Tournament is upon us, and former college/NBA star and current basketball analyst Steve Smith is on hand to give viewers a first-hand glimpse of what’s to come in days/weeks ahead. Steve will be available to share his predictions for the tournament including that of his highly ranked Alma Mater Michigan State.
As a former star on both the pro and college level Steve can not only offer his predictions for the games but also give first hand insight into some of the off court passions of the players.
As a motorcycle enthusiast, Steve is working with Harley-Davidson and their new Live your Legend campaign which kickED off Wednesday, March 16th, in conjunction with the start of March Madness. The campaign is a powerful new effort designed to inspire generations of riders to learn to ride. Smith, an avid rider, is on hand and available to share his personal experience and love of riding.
Smith also will head-up the broadcast for CBS in Houston at the Final Four and will be one of the prominent analysts throughout the tournament as well. He will be live from one of the regional sites for the tournament.
Steven Delano "Steve" Smith (born March 31, 1969) is a retired American basketball player who is currently a basketball analyst. He was the fifth overall pick by the Miami Heat in the 1991 NBA Draft. Smith played in the NBA for 14 seasons and was a multi-season all star and a top player in the league throughout his career. He is currently a basketball analyst for CBS, TNT and NBA TV. Smith was also a college star while playing for the Michigan State Spartans from 1988-1991. Smith finished his four-year career as the all-time leading scorer in Michigan State history, with 2,263 points. He was named a First Team All-American as both a junior and a senior. Smith led the Spartans to a Big Ten Championship and Sweet Sixteen appearance in 1990 and hit a game-winning, last-second three-pointer to beat Wisconsin–Green Bay in the first round of the 1991 NCAA Tournament. He was inducted into Michigan State's Athletics Hall of Fame in 2001.
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