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Bill Walton to be Featured on ESPN's 30 for 30

ESPN has announced it has begun production on a documentary featuring legendary UCLA and NBA center Bill Walton. The documentary will be a part of the acclaimed 30 for 30 series. A release date has not yet been announced. The documentary will trace Walton's life from his high school career...
LOS ANGELES, CA
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ESPN to Produce Bill Walton, Trail Blazers 30 for 30 Documentary

ESPN will produce a 30 for 30 documentary on Bill Walton and his NBA Championship run with the Portland Trail Blazers in 1977. The network announced the project via their PressRoom page today. Walton played for the Trail Blazers from the time he was drafted first overall in the 1974...
PORTLAND, OR
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Sunday, July 31, 2022: Summer Concert update – It’s the Electric Waste Band at Standley Park with special guest Bill Walton

Hey everybody, we’ve got a family friendly outdoor community concert coming up, and you’re all invited. Electric Waste Band’s Ed Fletcher, Bob Rosencrans and Bob Harvey will be joined by former EWB keyboardist Dave Chesavage, with special guest, Bill Walton on percussion and un-mic’d vocals. This should be a great time!
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Bill Walton breaks down the Warriors and Celtics at the NBA Finals

BOSTON – I had the pleasure of sitting down with NBA legend Bill Walton to talk basketball, the Grateful Dead, John Wooden and a few other things. Walton, never at a loss for words, is a delightful guy to chat with. He's here in Boston rooting for his Celtics, which were his favorite team growing up. Of course, he also won a ring here with a couple of guys named Larry and Kevin.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Bill Walton had funniest question for Steve Kerr at press conference

Bill Walton continues to play chess while the rest of us play Candy Land. Walton, the legendary NBA big man turned elite basketball commentator and observer, was in attendance for Game 3 of the second-round playoff series between the Golden State Warriors and the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday. He showed up at head coach Steve Kerr’s pregame press conference and asked the funniest question.
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