Predicting the 2021 NCAA Tournament champion and Final Four teams | First Take

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Predicting the 2021 NCAA Tournament champion and Final Four teams | First Take

Jay Bilas joins First Take to discuss his expectations for the 2021 NCAA Tournament with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.

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0:00 Jay Bilas describes the impact of the Duke Blue Devils and Kentucky Wildcats missing the 2021 NCAA Tournament.

2:05 Bilas reacts to Rick Pitino returning to the tourney with the Iona Gaels.

4:51 Bilas discusses how the Michigan Wolverines will be hurt by Isaiah Livers’ injury.

6:18 Bilas predicts the Final Four and the champion.

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