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Turner Sports’ Kerr: “I Think It’s A Toss-Up, It Could Go Either Way”

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Steve Kerr broadcaster for CBS Sports. (Getty Images/Streeter Lecka) File 2011.

Steve Kerr broadcaster for CBS Sports. (Getty Images/Streeter Lecka) File 2011.

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ATLANTA (97.1 THE TICKET) – The expects have weighed in and there is much division as to whom they believe will take home the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball championship title Monday night.

Steve Kerr with Turner Sports told 97.1 The Ticket’s Dan Leach, “Best defense in the country against the best offense – it’s strength on strength the two teams playing at a really high level – this is about the best match-up we could have hoped for.”

“If you’re an unbiased college basketball observer – if your school is already out – this is what you want to see. Great players, great coaches and teams that really function well together. I think it’s a toss up, it could go either way,” he said. “It’s going to be fun to watch.”

Check back for more on Kerr’s insights on Trey Burke and the Michigan match-up against Louisville.

Five time NBA champion Kerr – won three straight titles with the Chicago Bulls and two with the San Antonio Spurs.

Previously President of Basketball Operation and GM for the Phoenis Suns – Kerr cut ties with the team in 2010 announcing his retirement.

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