ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale to have surgery on vocal cords

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Longtime ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale announced on Monday he will not call any more games this season due to his ongoing battle with Dysplasia on his vocal cords. Vitale said throat specialist Dr. Steven Zeitels ordered him to rest his voice and have surgery.
4 months ago

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ESPN’s Dick Vitale To Take Remainder Of Basketball Season Off To Rest Up For Vocal Surgery

ESPN’s longtime college basketball analyst Dick Vitale will take the rest of the season off to rest his voice ahead of planned vocal surgery, he said Monday. He said he plans to be back in action at the start of the 2022-23 season, which would be his 43rd calling games for the network.Writing on ESPN’s Front Row site, Vitale, who returned to work in November after battling two separate forms of cancer in 2021, said he was diagnosed with Dysplasi…

4 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale to have surgery on vocal cords

Legendary college basketball analyst Dick Vitale won't return to ESPN this season as he prepares for surgery on his vocal cords.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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ESPN's Dick Vitale to have surgery on vocal cords; won't call another basketball game this season

Longtime ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale announced on Monday he will not call any more games this season due to his ongoing battle with Dysplasia on his vocal cords. Vitale said throat specialist Dr. Steven Zeitels ordered him to rest his voice and have surgery.

4 months ago·United States
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Dick Vitale writes that he'll need surgery for his vocal cords

Dick Vitale has been off ESPN since December, resting his vocal cords after a dysplasia diagnosis. He now needs to sit out the season.

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