Tim Legler Biography
Tim Legler is a former professional basketball player from the United States who played in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He is an ESPN basketball commentator and a SiriusXM NBA Radio co-host/analyst.
Tim Legler Age
He was born on December 26, 1966, in Washinton DC.
Tim Legler Height
He stands at a height of 6 feet 4 inches tall.
Tim Legler Education
Legler attended St. Mary’s Catholic School in Richmond, Virginia, and John Randolph Tucker High School in Henrico County, Virginia. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with an MBA in 2002. Legler played four seasons for the men’s basketball team at La Salle University, where he was an Academic All-American and scored 1,699 points in his career.
Tim Legler Parents
Details about his parents are still not yet in the limelight.
Tim Legler Siblings
No information about whether he has siblings is available.
Tim Legler Wife
Timothy Legler is married to Christina Fuller, who is a stunning woman. Christina was a cheerleader for the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL for five years before becoming a cheer coach and black belter. Christina’s father is from the United States, while her mother is from South Korea. Her parents met while her father was stationed in South Korea while serving in the United States Air Force. . Tim was previously married to Jennifer Snyder Legler, whom he met while playing basketball at La Salle University.
Tim Legler Kids
He is a devoted father to Lauren Legler and Ryan Legler who are from his former marriage.
Tim Legler ESPN
Legler, a former NBA player, joined ESPN in 2000 as a studio commentator for ESPNEWS, and his role has increased with the network each year. He added NBA Shootaround, the pre-game show before to ESPN’s Friday night doubleheader, to his duties for the 2004-05 season. He also appears on ESPN2’s NBA Coast to Coast and NBA Fastbreak as a regular analyst. In addition, he works as a game analyst for ESPN and ESPN Radio broadcasts.
Tim Legler NBA
Legler was undrafted in the NBA draft in 1988 and moved to Europe to play basketball. After a few seasons in Europe, he returned to the United States and joined the Omaha Racers of the Continental Basketball Association. He was the league’s leading scorer while helping Omaha to a CBA championship. From 1989 through 2000, Legler was a shooting guard in the National Basketball Association. He is best remembered for his four seasons in Washington (two with the Washington Bullets and two with the renamed Washington Wizards) from 1995 to 1999. In 1995–96, he had his best NBA season, finishing first in the league in both three-point field goal % and true shooting percentage while also ranking second in turnover ratio.
Due to a persistent knee ailment, his career came to an end. Legler earned a bit more than $5.1 million in compensation during the course of his ten years in the league. Legler was one of only three NBA players to finish a season with a field-goal percentage of more than 50%, a three-point percentage of more than 50%, and a free-throw percentage of more than 80%.
Tim Legler Salary
He earns an estimated salary of $87,000 annually.
Tim Legler Networth
He has garnered a networth of approximately $1 million.