The 2019 Reese’s Crossover on ESPN returns for the sixth season, featuring college basketball and NBA doubleheaders on Tuesday, Feb. 5, and Wednesday, Feb. 6. Commentators from both sports will be on the call together courtside and in studio across the two-day action.
The event begins Tuesday, as Boston College visits No. 2 Duke (7 p.m. ET, ESPN). Hubie Brown and Dick Vitale will be dual analysts for this matchup, with play-by-play commentator Dan Shulman and reporter Allison Williams. Brown was an assistant coach for Duke from 1969-72. College hoops action continues with Kansas State hosting No. 11 Kansas. Jon Sciambi, former NBA head coach and NBA/college basketball analyst Stan Van Gundy, and NBA Countdown analyst Chauncey Billups will call all the action from Manhattan, Kan.
NBA Wednesday presented by State Farm tips off at 8 p.m. on ESPN, with the Washington Wizards facing the Milwaukee Bucks. Ryan Ruocco will have play-by-play duties, as former college colleagues Jay Bilas and Doris Burke reunite to provide analysis of the matchup, with Cassidy Hubbarth as the sideline reporter. Game action then heads west as the San Antonio Spurs face the Golden State Warriors. Rebecca Lobo makes her NBA analyst debut with Dave Pasch and Mark Jackson.
Studio coverage will also see a mix of NBA and college basketball analysts. Seth Greenberg and Paul Pierce will be in-studio on Tuesday for college basketball. NBA Countdown begins at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, with Michelle Beadle, Paul Pierce and Brian Windhorst.
|Tue, Feb 5||7 p.m.||Super Tuesday presented by Boost Mobile
Boston College at No. 2 Duke
Dan Shulman, Hubie Brown/Dick Vitale, Allison Williams
|9 p.m.||Super Tuesday presented by Boost Mobile
No. 11 Kansas at Kansas State
|Wed, Feb 6||8 p.m.||NBA Wednesday presented by State Farm
Washington Wizards at Milwaukee BucksRyan Ruocco, Doris Burke/Jay Bilas, Cassidy Hubbarth
|10:30 p.m.||NBA Wednesday presented by State Farm
San Antonio Spurs at Golden State Warriors
Dave Pasch, Mark Jackson/Rebecca Lobo