Chris Broussard Biography, Age, Height, Wife, ESPN, Sources, Salary And Net Worth

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Chris Broussard Biography

Chris Broussard is an American sports analyst for Fox Sports, who mainly covers the NBA. Previously, he was a columnist for ESPN Magazine and ESPN.com, and made appearances on ESPN’s NBA Fastbreak as an analyst.

Chris Broussard Age

Chris was born on October 28, 1968 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is 50 years old as of 2018.

Chris Broussard Height

Chris stands at the height of 5 feet 2

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Chris was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  He is  of Louisiana Creole descent. Information about his parents and siblings is not yet known.  Chris  grew up in the Midwest, where he attended St. Luke Catholic Grade School in Indianapolis and Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines, Iowa. In 1985 he moved to North Royalton, Ohio  and transferred to and graduated from Holy Name High School in Cleveland, Ohio, and then attended Oberlin College, from which he graduated in May 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in English. He played point guard on the Oberlin basketball team.

Chris Broussard Wife

He resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Crystal, and twin daughters, Alexis and Noellea as of 2018 . Chris has spoken publicly about his Christian faith, which he has had since 1989.

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In addition to his writing duties, Chris has also been seen frequently on ESPN as an NBA insider and analyst, and occasionally as a panelist on First Take debating sports topics with Skip Bayless since 2004.  For the 2011-2012 NBA season, Chris was added to ABC’s NBA Countdown pregame show as an NBA insider.

Chris was criticized for comments he made on an ESPN Outside the Lines program about NBA player Jason Collins coming out as homosexual in April 2013.  He had expressed his views on homosexuality and other sexual behaviors which he characterized as sins, stating “If you’re openly living in unrepentant sin…I believe that’s walking in open rebellion to God.”  Later Chris released a statement clarifying his remarks, saying that he had merely offered his “personal opinion as it relates to Christianity,” and conceded that he realizes “that some people disagree with my opinion and I accept and respect that.”

Chris is a regular panelist on FS1’s Skip and Shannon: Undisputed.

ESPN’s Chris Broussard announced on Friday October 14, 2016 that he’s leaving the network after 12 years to re-join former coworkers including Skip Bayless, Jason Whitlock and Colin Cowherd at FS1.

“Had a wonderful 12 yrs @ESPN!” Brousaard tweeted. “Can’t thank them enough for the support & opportunities they gave me. But time for a new chapter in my life.”

Chris Broussard Sources

Chris Broussard’s Sources have a reputation of being a bit behind the curve with relation to other real NBA reporters and occupying a world of their own.  That was proven true once again with the news that the Cleveland Cavaliers fired head coach Mike Brown.  Again.

NBA reporters and pretty much everyone else all tweeted out the news that the franchise had announced Brown’s firing and the hiring of David Griffin as GM.

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His net worth has never been disclosed but it has grown significantly since he is earning a good amount of money  and he is currently living a luxurious lifestyle.

Chris Broussard Podcast

Its your daily dose of all things NBA! The Hoops on Fox podcast gives you the BEST basketball conversations from Fox Sports including studio show interviews, special content from Chris, post game interviews from NBA stars around the league and much more!

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ESPN’s Chris Broussard announced on Friday October 14, 2016 that he’s leaving the network after 12 years to re-join former coworkers including Skip Bayless, Jason Whitlock and Colin Cowherd at FS1.

Chris Broussard Lebron James

In an interview when Bill Laimbeer  was asked which one he considers the greatest player of all time, Laimbeer didn’t hesitate. “I’ll take LeBron James every day of the week,” he said to Chris Broussard and Rob Parker of Fox Sports 1 on The Odd CoupleThis is the stance that Laimbeer has always taken.

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Chris was credited for breaking the news that LeBron James is “leaning” towards joining Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami. The first is that Stephen A. Smith was originally the person who  had broke this news over a week ago this brought their conflict. Yet somehow this is breaking news now—never mind the fact that Chris himself has balked numerous times that summer at the notion of Wade and James teaming up.

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