Mike Breen Biography
Mike Breen is a preeminent American lead announcer for New York Knicks games on the MSG Network as well as a play-by-play sports commentator for NBA on ABC. Moreover, Mike calls NBA games for ESPN as well. As of now, he works as a sports commentator for ESPN.
Mike Breen Age
Mike Breen was born on 22nd May 1961, in New York, in the United States of America. He is 61 years old.
Mike Breen Height
Mike Breen is a man of tall stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 11 inches (Approx 1.85 m).
Mike Breen Family
Mike Breen was born in New York City, New York, but brought up by his loving and caring parents in Yonkers. However, Mike has not disclosed any details with reference to either his parents or whether he has siblings.
Mike Breen Education
He attended and graduated from St. Paul the Apostle Catholic grammar school. Later on, Mike graduated from Salesian High School in 1979. He also matriculated at Fordham University and graduated in the year 1983.
Mike Breen Wife
Mike is gladly married to his beautiful wife Rosanne Breen. The duo first met at a sporting event in the United States. Together, they are blessed with three children namely, Michel Breen, Nicole Breen, and Matt Breen.
Mike Breen Salary
She receives a decent salary of $77,121 per year. This is according to ESPN sports commentators’ salaries.
Mike Breen Net Worth
Mike Breen has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Mike Breen Career
He is the lead announcer for New York Knicks games on the MSG Network as well as a play-by-play sports commentator for NBA on ABC. Moreover, Mike calls NBA games for ESPN as well. As of now, he works as a sports commentator for ESPN.
Apart from his role as ABC’s main play-by-play on Saturday nights, he regularly works for ESPN on Fridays and sometimes on Wednesdays, often calling games alongside Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson, with the rest of his schedule reserved for MSG.
Before, he served as a play-by-play announcer for the New York Giants’ preseason games. Mike also called frequent NFL season games for both NFL on NBC and NFL on Fox. He calls the NBA Finals on ABC as well. Mike debuted his professional radio career in the early 1980s, serving as a sportscaster on WNBC radio and regularly substituted for Dave Sims as host of “SportsNight” on the station.