Kenny Anderson Featured in ACC Kings of the Court Series
Tech All-American profiles in episode 2 set to air in February
Jan. 30, 2013
Charlotte, N.C. - Episode 2 of the Emmy Award-nominated ACC Network syndicated series, ACC Basketball: Kings of the Court, featuring former Georgia Tech All-American Kenny Anderson, will begin airing for the month of February this weekend.
Each half-hour show goes beyond the game to tell the unique story of a player or coach, and how they made a name for themselves in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The ACC Network's Cory Alexander, a former University of Virginia standout and 8-year NBA guard, is the host.
Anderson, who burst onto the college basketball scene in 1989 and helped Georgia Tech to its first ever Final Four appearance in 1990. Host Cory Alexander travels to New York City, where Kenny became a playground star, and talks to him about his career at Georgia Tech and 15 years in the NBA, as well as coaching high school basketball in Florida.
Then spend some time with former Duke guard Jay Williams, who led the Blue Devils to the 2001 NCAA Championship. Hear about his All-American days at Duke, the motorcycle accident that ended his NBA career and his new career as a national television commentator.
Episodes 3 will be released in March. For complete information on the ACC Basketball: Kings of the Court, including airdates and times, station affiliates and platforms, visit theACC.com/kings.
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