VIDEO: Kenny Smith Stops By SB Nation Studios For NCAA Tournament Picks With Amy K. Nelson

Last year's blockbuster TV deal between CBS and Turner to broadcast the NCAA Tournament brought familiar NBA faces Charles Barkley and Kenny "The Jet" Smith to March Madness. The Jet dropped by SB Nation's studios in New York to preview the 2012 NCAA Tournament with our own Amy K. Nelson. As you can imagine, he's high on his North Carolina Tar Heels and fully expects UNC to come out of the Midwest Region and play in New Orleans at the Final Four. Like almost every other expert and non-expert in the country, he's also high on Kentucky and expects the Cats to make it out of the South Region. As for the Buckeyes chances in the East, the Jet is still decidedly non-committal.

Video after the jump:

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