Why Does Jim Nantz Give Away His Tie at the End of the Tournament?

theringer.com

Yaron Weitzman went looking for something snarky, and came away with something profound:

“My voice is my dad’s voice,” Nantz said. “I sound exactly like him, but no one ever interviewed him. But I have a recorder in front of me and so my voice on this has to be heard. I can tell you this: If I don’t see Alzheimer’s wiped out before I die, my life will not be successful.”

Kudos to Weitzman for following where the story went, rather than the path he was looking to take... 

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