Dan "The Duke" Davis (born September 20, 1942) is an American radio personality. He is an original broadcaster of ESPN Radio based in Bristol, Connecticut. He anchors the midday portion of ESPN Radio SportsCenter. Sometimes he makes comments on Extra Point. His voice is often heard introducing various ESPN programs. He is also known as 'The Duke,' originated by Curt Chaplin, who is best known as the announcer for The People's Court.
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