Famed basketball player and television broadcaster Bill Walton was born William Theodore Walton III on November 5, 1952, in La Mesa, California. A shy, nervous kid with a bad stutter, he nonetheless grew into a powerful presence on a basketball court. He led Helix High School to back-to-back championships in his final two years, averaging 29 points and 25 rebounds as a senior.
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Today, at 65, the Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer is an accomplished ESPN analyst known for his colorful remarks and a motivational speaker who can make young and old feel tall enough to dunk.
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LAS VEGAS, NV – MARCH 09: Sportscaster and former NBA player Bill Walton broadcasts after a quarterfinal game of the Pac-12 Basketball Tournament between the USC Trojans and the UCLA Bruins at T-Mobile Arena on March 9, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. UCLA won 76-74. (Photo by Ethan Miller-Getty Images)
Bill Walton has a passion — for his work, for family & friends, for music, for life and for greatness! Bill brings his outsized passion to the stage and inspires audiences with tales from an improbable life in sport and beyond. Walton speaks about the secrets of world-class performance, personal and organizational excellence, and how he overcame nearly impossible odds – on the court and off – to persevere and win. As entertaining as he is insightful, Walton is widely considered one of the best speakers from the world of sports.
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Basketball Hall of Famer and all-time great UCLA star Bill Walton, who ordinarily calls Pac-12 games for ESPN, was on the mic for the PK80 Invitational Victory Bracket final. It was fitting since Walton won an NBA title as the centerpiece of the Trail Blazers 40 years ago and the tournament was held in Portland, Ore.
Bill Walton – Basketball Hall of Famer, former NBA MVP and one of only four players in the history of basketball to have won multiple NCAA and NBA Championships – returned to ESPN in 2012 as a college basketball analyst for Pac-12 games. He originally joined ESPN in 2002 as a lead analyst for ESPN and ABC’s NBA coverage..