Legendary ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale appears to have cleared another hurdle toward returning to the airwaves. Vitale, 84, posted on X on Thursday that...
"(Praying) problem clears up so I can get the best medicine of all -- sitting at courtside".
"I love all of you and I thank all of you for your prayers and your unbelievable love you’ve sent me."
“Will have 2 scopes within the next 5 days to determine if the 35 Radiation treatments wiped out the cancer."
"Head and neck cancer is one of the more difficult cancers we treat, but he has such a positive attitude and is so motivated to succeed."
"Plenty of fans are in his corner, saying prayers and expressing their support."
“I will have a microphone on Wednesday night at the ESPYS, and I’m honored for that."
Vitale revealed that he will need two surgeries, the first of which will take place on July 11 and asked for prayers from others.
“People don’t realize what a cancer patient goes through. That’s why I have so much respect and admiration for all these families that have to deal...
"I’ve already won my national championship by getting cancer free. Everything else I do now will be a victory on top."