Warner Bros. Discovery Sports and CBS Sports will have a strong and well-rounded group of broadcasters for their coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. It has been announced that all 67 games of the 2023 NCAA Men’s Championship will be broadcasted on four major television networks.
CBS will broadcast both the national semifinals on Saturday, April 1. The national championship is on Monday, April 3, from Houston. Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery, Grant Hill, and reporter Tracy Wolfson will do the calling. They have now worked together to announce the Final Four of eight consecutive Tournaments.
The 2019 Final Four will be Nantz’s 32nd and final as the tournament’s principal play-by-play commentator. Although Nantz has been the studio host for the NCAA Tournament from 1986-1990, this year will be his 37th overall.
For this year’s coverage, the following commentators will take on new and expanded roles:
Jay Wright will serve as a studio analyst for the entirety of the tournament, including the Final Four. Stan Van Gundy will provide game analysis through the regional finals. Game reporters Evan Washburn and Lauren Shehadi will cover games through the regional finals.
Additionally, Gene Steratore will serve as the rules analyst for the whole of the Tournament. He will be there in Houston for the Final Four of the tournament. In addition, he will be present for the entire Tournament.
Furthermore, Both Zucker and Nabil Karim will be providing updates on the game from their respective locations in New York and Atlanta, respectively.
Finally, on March 14 and 15, truTV will air coverage of the NCAA First Four, marking the start of the tournament. From Dayton, Ohio, Tom McCarthy, Avery Johnson, and reporter Jon Rothstein will bring you all the action of the First Four. Furthermore, from Atlanta, Lefkoe, Wright, Parker, and Davis will provide in-depth studio coverage of the First Four.