Dick Vitale expects Gonzaga to run the table, compares Buddy Boeheim to Duncan Robinson | First Take

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Dick Vitale expects Gonzaga to run the table, compares Buddy Boeheim to Duncan Robinson | First Take

Dick Vitale joins First Take to discuss the first two rounds of the 2021 NCAA Tournament with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.

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0:00 Dick Vitale compares Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim’s son, Buddy Boeheim, to Miami Heat sharpshooter Duncan Robinson.

1:39 Dickie V calls the start to the 2021 NCAA Tournament the greatest in tourney history.

3:17 Vitale expects the Gonzaga Bulldogs to complete a perfect season.

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