Sports Speakers Bureau can help your business book motivational speakers who have left their mark on college basketball during March Madness.
Christian Laettner: Love him or hate him, Sports Motivational Speaker Christian Laettner has a pretty cool story to tell. One game winning shot in 1992 transformed his life. His new ESPN documentary recently detailed his life and the aftermath of that iconic moment in NCAA tournament history. Book Motivational Speaker Christian to take you through those critical last seconds and help your audience find the courage to succeed under pressure.
Greg Gumbel: Whether you realize it or not, this Sports Motivational Speaker for hire has voiced many of the timeless moments of March Madness we all remember to this day. He is the featured studio anchor of March Madness coverage for CBS, presiding over the tournament like a grand marshal. Most recently, Greg delighted the crowd as a Keynote Speaker for the Frederick Douglass Black Culture Celebration at Millersville University in early March.
Jay Williams: In tragedy, Jay Williams has found strength. His career ending motorcycle accident in 2003 may have ended his playing career, but you can’t keep this guy away from the sport he loves. Jay has grown into a polished motivational speaker and on-air analyst with ESPN. No one will ever forget his lights out performances during the Duke Blue Devil’s 2001 NCAA Championship run. Hire Sports Speaker Jay to help your audience find the courage to accept their past and build for the future.
John Calipari: Big blue nation is standing by for a celebration! Coach John Calipari has maneuvered his pack of Wildcats to an undefeated season entering the second round of the NCAA playoffs. They’ve got the skills, they got the bench players, they’ve got the heart. Win or lose, Sports Motivational Speaker John is doing everything right for Kentucky. If his team takes home the title you better act quick as his booking schedule is sure to fill up faster than a sinking ship!
Mike Krzyzewski: 1,000 career wins is nice, but Coach K never settles. It’s the reason the Duke Blue Devils are perennial title contenders. It’s the reason he will go down as one of the greatest mentors of the game of basketball. Does your audience need a pep talk? Need a winning game plan for your business? Book Motivational Speaker Mike to show your team the blueprint.
Bill Walton: March Madness is a time of reflection for Sports Speaker Bill Walton. His back-to-back National Championships and MVP awards in ’72 and ’73 came under the tutelage of one of the greatest coaches in NCAA history, John Wooden. His NBA career was an equal success before Bill settled in as on-air analyst. Book Motivational Speaker Bill for meet and greets, celebrity speaking engagements and other personal appearances.
Grant Hill: NBA Motivational Speaker Grant was a big shot on the court. Now he’s gearing up to call the shots at this year’s Final Four and National Championship game. These are the biggest games of the season and Turner Sports and CBS has entrusted Grant and fellow analysts Jim Nantz and Bill Raftery to bring the action to life. Book Motivational Speaker Grant to break it down at your next corporate conference or motivational speaking engagement.
Rachel Nichols: TV Analyst and Sports Speaker Rachel Nichols will be traveling across the country reporting from the sidelines of the tournament’s biggest games this year. Rachel is a role model for young women in the sports journalism field after earning her own investigative sports series on CNN. She is a great keynote speaker for hire for women’s groups and corporate conferences.
Magic Johnson: The Michigan State faithful will forever be grateful for the magic man. Motivational Speaker Magic was up to his old tricks at the 1979 NCAA National Championship game against Larry Bird’s Indiana State team. He led the Spartans to a convincing win and left with the MVP Award. From endorsements to philanthropic endeavors, Magic might be one of the busiest Motivational Speakers for hire in the sports world.
Ed O’Bannon: The NCAA awarded this Sports Speaker with the MVP Award following his performance in the 1995 NCAA Tournament. Little did they know he would be coming back for much more a few decades later. Ed challenged the NCAA in a lawsuit to better protect player’s rights. He is an activist for change with a mean jump hook!