Brian Windhorst Biography
Brian Windhorst is an illustrious American 2 times New York best-selling author and a media personality. As of now, Brian serves as a sportswriter for ESPN.com where he reports on the National Basketball Association (NBA). Initially, he worked for the Akron Beacon Journal as a sports columnist.
Brian Windhorst Age
Brian Windhorst was born on 29th January 1978, in Akron, Ohio, United States of America. He is 43 years old.
Brian Windhorst Height
Brian is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx. 1.75 m).
Brian Windhorst Family
Brian Windhorst was born to his caring and dedicated parents and grew up in Akron, Ohio, United States of America. His parents are Todd E. Windhorst of Austintown, Ohio, and Merrylou Windhorst of Akron, Ohio.
Brian Windhorst Education
Brian attended and graduated from St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio. Moreover, he graduated with a degree in journalism from Kent State University in 2000.
Brian Windhorst Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his lovely wife, Maureen Ellen Fulton. She graduated with a law degree from Ohio State from the University of Missouri. The adorable couple exchanged their wedding vows in 2012 at Lauritzen Gardens in Omaha.
Brian Windhorst Salary
He pockets an ample salary of $124,568 annually. This is according to ESPN columnists’ salaries.
Brian Windhorst Net Worth
Brian Windhorst has piled up quite an impressive fortune in his career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Brian Windhorst Career
Brian joined ESPN in the year 2010 and reports on the NBA for ESPN.com. He also makes regular appearances on several ESPN platforms including Get Up, First Take, SportsCenter, Hoop Streams, and The Jump. Moreover, Brian hosts the Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective podcast.
Brian alongside a team of NBA Insiders sorts out life in and around the NBA world on the podcast. He joined ESPN Cleveland on October 10, 2014, on WKNR AM 850. He launched the NBA Lockdown Insiders, a weekend show on ESPN Radio with Marc Stein, and Amin Elhassan.
Before joining ESPN, he served at the Akron Beacon Journal from 2003 to 2008. Later, he joined Cleveland Plain Dealer and served there from October 2008 to 2010. In 2010, he moved to ESPN after LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Miami Heat. Prior to leaving The Plain Dealer, he made appearances on ESPN First Take and contributed columns to ESPN.com.