Please join us on Friday, November 3rd, at the Moores Opera House on the University of Houston Campus for an evening with members of the 1967-68 team and meet the 2017-18 Houston Basketball program.
Reception from 6-7 p.m.
Ceremony at 7 p.m.
Moores Opera House University of Houston
120 School of Music Building
$250 per ticket
Includes an exclusive opportunity to screen the documentary before it airs on CBS
Sounds like a great event but another $500 on top of what I give now will cause me to think real hard before I buy tickets.
Members of the 1967-68 team, including Elvin Hayes and Don Chaney, will join host, CBS Sports broadcaster and UH alumnus Jim Nantz for a round-table discussion beginning at 7 p.m., Nov. 3, inside the Moores Opera House. Players and support staff members from the Game of the Century will share their memories about that game and the impact it still has on college basketball today.
Legendary sports broadcaster Dick Enberg – who called the play-by-play action for the Game of the Century for TVS network – and CBS Sports analyst Seth Davis also will join the panel.
Current Head Coach Kelvin Sampson will join the panel and offer his memories of that game. Sampson, his staff and student-athletes from the 2017-18 team will be recognized during the event.
The event will then air in January 2018 as part of a documentary on CBS Sports Network celebrating the golden anniversary of the Game of the Century. Chip Rives and Emilie Deutsch will produce the documentary for CBS Sports Network.