Jay Bilas Lists His Top 10 Best Teams He’s Seen During His ESPN Career
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN's Jay Bilas has seen a lot of college basketball since he joined the network back in 1995. On Monday, he listed off the top ten teams he's seen in that time...

1. 2001 Duke
2. 2009 North Carolina
3. 1996 Kentucky
4. 1999 UCONN
5. 2012 Kentucky
6. 2015 Duke
7. 2008 Kansas
8. 2000 Michigan
9. 2007 Florida
10. 2002 Maryland

(The Spun)
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Baylor wasn't too shabby this year. Beat down of Gonzaga
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2001 Duke? What a ass.
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1996 Kentucky was the best I've seen. They had 9 NBA players. Of course he would pick Puke.
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Jay bilass a legend in his own mind
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I guess this was only teams that won the title? 99 Duke and 2015 Kentucky are better than a lot of those teams.
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2005 UNC was pretty damn good. 4/5 starters went in the first round.
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I thought that 94 Razorback team was better than the 96 Kentucky team. I know its present, but the 21 Baylor team was as good as I've seen in a long time. Physical and fast.
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Kentucky with AD was redonkulous. 2012 maybe?
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No UNLV? Maybe it was before his career at ESPN?
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Agreed. UNLV is the best team I’ve ever seen in my lifetime.
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Yeah, he started working for ESPN in '95, so that Rebs team was before him.
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States that he started in 1995. The best UNLV team since ‘95 was their ‘06-‘07 team, which went 30-7. Not exactly top ten material.
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Michigan and Michigan State are different schools, Larry
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