Brian Windhorst Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Kids, ESPN, Podcast

Brian Windhorst Bio

Brian Windhorst Biography

Brian Windhorst is an ESPN.com sportswriter who focuses on the National Basketball Association. Previously, he was the Cleveland Cavaliers beat reporter for the Akron Beacon Journal.

Brian Windhorst Age

He was born on January 29, 1978, in Omaha, Nebraska

Brian Windhorst Education

Windhorst attended St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio.  He later graduated from Kent State University with a journalism degree in 2000. Windhorst began covering James when he was still in high school. He joined the Cavaliers in 2003, the year James was picked. Windhorst was the NBA’s youngest traveling beat reporter, while James was the league’s youngest player.

He and sports columnist Terry Pluto co-wrote The Franchise: LeBron James and the Remaking of the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007. In 2009, the United States Basketball Writers Association and the Associated Press both recognized his work at The Plain Dealer, awarding him Best Game Story.

Brian Windhorst Height

He stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches tall

Brian Windhorst Parents

He is a beloved son of Todd E. Windhorst (father) and Merrylou Windhorst (mother).

Brian Windhorst Wife

He has been happily married to Maureen Ellen Fulton since 2012. The duo got married in an outdoor ceremony at Lauritzen Gardens in Omaha.

Brian Windhorst Kids

He is a loving father of one, a son named Dane.

Brian Windhorst $ Lebron James

James Lebron attended the same school as Brian. He joined the Cavaliers in 2003, the year James was picked. Windhorst was the NBA’s youngest traveling beat reporter, while James was the league’s youngest player.

Brian Windhorst ESPN

Windhorst has been covering the NBA for ESPN.com since 2010. He appears on ESPN’s SportsCenter, Get Up, First Take, The Jump, and Hoop Streams on a daily basis. Windhorst hosts the Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective podcast, in which he and a group of NBA Insiders discuss life in and around the league. With Marc Stein and Amin Elhassan, Windhorst launched NBA Lockdown Insiders, a weekend show on ESPN Radio, in 2014. He also appeared on ESPN’s TrueHoop podcast on a regular basis. Windhorst covered the NBA for the Akron Beacon Journal and Cleveland Plain Dealer from 2003 through 2010.

Brian Windhorst Podcast

Windhorst is also known for his “Brian Windhorst and The Hoop Collective Podcast,” which he hosts. Brian and a group of ESPN veterans and insiders who are experts on the NBA and its stars host the podcast. His podcast has almost 200 episodes and a 4 out of 5 rating on the Apple podcast review network. Basketball, players, and staff are all discussed in this podcast. They report on breaking news, current events, and much more. Some of the episodes of the podcast also include exclusive and never-before-heard news and information from the most seasoned ESPN insiders who are experts in basketball, particularly the NBA.

Brian Windhorst Salary

He earns an annual salary of approximately $72,500.

Brian Windhorst Networth

His networth is estimated at $1 million -$4 million

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