“Raising funds for cancer research is a long-standing tradition at ESPN."
"Vitale has never called an NCAA Tournament game—for an American audience—and Traina would love to see it happen."
"I never dreamt at 82 that I’d ever be courtside again."
"Knowing I’ll be courtside with all my buddies and calling Number 1 versus 2, this is the best medicine I could ask for."
"Doctors will treat Vitale with steroids before starting a six month chemotherapy plan."
"Vitale wrote to fans about his diagnosis for ESPN Front Row."
ESPN legend Dick Vitale revealed on Instagram he was diagnosed with melanoma this summer but thanks to catching it early, he is cancer free.
Vitale was on the call for ESPN’s first-ever NCAA basketball game in 1979 and has been known for his enthusiastic calls ever since. One of the...
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