Stacey King Biography
Stacey King is a famous retired NBA player and American sports announcer. King serves for Chicago Bulls television broadcasts at NBC Sports Chicago as the lead color commentator.
As an NBA player, King from 1991 to 1993 with the Chicago Bulls playing center and power forward received three consecutive championships. In addition, after retiring in 2001, Stacey served for the CBA’s Rockford Lightning as s head coach.
Stacey King Age
Stacey King was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, in the United States of America, on January 29, 1967. He is 55 years old.
Stacey King Height
King stands at a height of 6 ft 11 inches (Approx 2.11 m).
Stacey King Education
Stacey attended Lawton Senior High School and earned his high school diploma. He later joined the University of Oklahoma where he was drafted for his stand-out career by the NBA.
Stacey King Family
Stacey was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, in the United States to his hardworking parents James Edward and his mother whose names remain unknown. However, 20 years ago his father James died. King grew up with three brothers including Darryl King.
Stacey King Wife
King is happily married to his beautiful wife Debi. Previously, Stacey was married to Lisa King and they are proud parents to their firstborn son who turned 30 on October 6, 2021, called Erick Alexander King, Garrett, and Brandon.
Stacey King Salary
Stacey’s salary is $79,800 per year. This is according to Chicago Bulls anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Stacey King Net Worth
King has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
Stacey King Career
Stacey serves for Chicago Bulls television broadcasts at NBC Sports Chicago as the lead color commentator. Before joining NBC Sports, King served for the Chicago Bulls as the lead color commentator alongside Neil Funk in 2008 after Tom Dore was replaced by Neil Funk.
King joined Chicago Bulls as a Studio analyst for pre-and post-game shows. Additionally, in 2006, He filled in as a third commentator joining Johnny “Red” Kerr, and Tom Dore during the 2006 playoffs.
As an NBA player, King from 1991 to 1993 with the Chicago Bulls playing center and power forward received three consecutive championships.