October 16, 2013 at 7:14 AM
Pac-12 media day gets interactive
Thursday is Pac-12 men’s basketball media day in San Francisco and the league will stream the entire session with players and coaches on Pac-12.com. The three-hour event begins at 10 a.m. There will be more news and notes from the conference on its microsite dedicated to media day.
Coach Lorenzo Romar and C.J. Wilcox will be on the main stage at 10:40 a.m.
Fans can participate in the Q&A and send questions via Twitter using #pac12hoops.
Pac-12 Networks will also have live coverage starting at 10 a.m. Every coach will join host Mike Yam and analysts Ernie Kent and Don MacLean. Romar appears at 11:30 a.m.
Kent and MacLean return for a second season on Pac-12 Networks along with Dan Belluomini, Lamar Hurd and Matt Muehlebach. The network added Jarron Collins, the former Stanford standout and 10-year NBA veteran, and Dan Dickau, the former Washington and Gonzaga point guard.
The play-by-play team includes: Kevin Calabro, Ted Robinson, Roxy Bernstein, JB Long, Paul Sunderland and newcomer Rich Waltz.
Here’s the complete 2013-14 Pac-12 Networks men’s basketball televised schedule.
WEDNESDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Junior guard DaVonte Lacy won the three-point contest and freshman Ike Iroegbu captured the slam dunk title at Washington State’s fifth annual ZZUMania event last week.
— Colorado clocks in at No. 21 on USA Today’s top 68 countdown.
— The Sports Bank ranks Oregon 35th on its list.
— Arizona freshman Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is drawing comparisons to Stacey Augmon.
— The CBSSports.com crew makes Kentucky a near unanimous No. 1 preseason favorite.
— Former UW standout Nate Robinson received a warm ovation from Denver Nuggets fans.
— CBSSports.com considers former UW star Quincy Pondexter one of 10 wings poised for a breakout in 2013-14.