Bill Walton Made Elephant Noises On Air Because Of Course He Did

Bill Walton Made Elephant Noises On Air Because Of Course He Did

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Bill Walton Made Elephant Noises On Air Because Of Course He Did

Bill Walton is rapidly approaching “national treasure” status as a broadcaster. He’s not necessarily a great color guy, and he has a tendency to annoy a significant portion of his audience, but occasionally he spins gold.

Walton and broadcast partner Dave Pasch were on the call for Arizona’s Pac-12 clash against Utah Thursday night, and we got yet another “Walton moment.”

When a replay of Wildcats stud freshman DeAndre Ayton throwing down a dunk came on screen, Walton made what was supposed to be the noise of a elephant, then said Ayton was “adjusting the axial tilt” with his dunks.

It was as wonderful as you’d expect. Watch:

Walton then went on to compare Ayton to other wildlife, while throwing in a growl at the end:

Never change, Bill.

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