Jim Nantz will calls his 27th Final Four, working with Clark Kellogg for the fourth time and Steve Kerr for the second time. Tracy Wolfson will be the reporter.
Former Connecticut star Rebecca Lobo will serve as a sideline analyst for ESPN's coverage of the Women's Final Four. Doris Burke will be the main analyst, working play-by-play will be announcer Dave O'Brien and the reporter will be Holly Rowe.
— Sunday night's Heat-Thunder telecast was ESPN's most-watched NBA telecast with 3.5 million viewers. The 2.6 final rating was the second-highest-rated game on the network this season.
— The third season of “SportsCenter Special: Gruden's QB Camp” debuts at 6 p.m. Friday on ESPN with a 30-minute show highlighting Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, the projected No. 1 draft pick. Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III will be featured at 8 p.m. Monday. Jon Gruden is conducting one-on-one sessions with 10 top quarterbacks, including OSU's Brandon Weeden.
— ESPN's new “Sunday Night Baseball” team — Dan Shulman, Orel Hershiser, Terry Francona and reporter Buster Olney — will open the season by calling four games in five days, The string begins with St. Louis at Miami at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Boston at Detroit at noon Thursday, Kansas City at L.A. Angels at 9 p.m. Friday and Chicago White Sox at Texas at 7 p.m. Sunday.