Chris Broussard is an award-winning American journalist and a sports analyst for NBA in the channel, Fox Sports.
Born on 28 October 1968 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he was raised by his parents, Cheryl Broussard and Edward Broussard.
The journalist stands firm at the height of 5 feet and 2 inches (1.58 meters) and belongs to the North American race. He holds American nationality. As for education, Chris, age 49, graduated with a degree in English from Oberlin College, where he used to play basketball.
Chris Broussard's Career Plus Net Worth
He initiated his career in sports writing since 1990 by serving the Plain Dealer. After completing four years, he moved to the Akron Beacon Journal. He then covered NBA, where he spent two-and-half seasons as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat writer.
He worked with The New York Times in 1998 and later, served ESPN Magazine and ESPN.com. He also appeared as an analyst on ESPN's NBA Fastbreak.
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Besides journalism, Chris is also an author. He has written a book titled, Not Without Scars: The Inspiring Life Journey of Marck C. As a sports reporter and author, Chris has a net worth of $8.5 million. His net worth is undoubtedly garnished by his salary of a reporter, that is $35K.
Chris's Married Life, Wife
Chris exchanged the wedding vows with his long-term girlfriend, Crystal Naii Collins on 3 June 1995. His wife, Crystal is a specialist in Hepatitis and is board certified in Internal Medical and Gastroenterology.
The married couple got into the cloud nine when they welcomed their first twin daughters, Alexis, and Noelle in the year 1999.
As of now, Chris is relishing his married life with wife, Crystal; having no any extramarital affairs and feuds with his partner. He resides in Los Angeles along with is partner-in-crime and 18-year-old daughters.
Chris Broussard flaunts his wedding photo with wife, Crystal Naii Collins on their 23rd anniversary on 4 June 2018 (Photo: Chris Broussard's Instagram)
Moreover, Chris and his wife timely flaunt their relationship on their social accounts. For instance, on 4 June 2018, Chris Instagrammed a picture of his wedding and stated that he was blessed to celebrate 23 years of marriage with his wife.
The journalist and ESPN columnist suffered a controversy with his own comments on live television in April 2013, when his statement equalized homosexuality to impenitent sin.
Chris spoke about the NBA center, Jason Collins becoming one of the first players from the U.S team to quote himself gay in the special edition of ESPN's Outside the Lines. He said,
“If you’re openly living in unrepentant sin, whatever it may be, not just homosexuality, (but) adultery, fornication, premarital sex between heterosexuals … I believe that’s walking in open rebellion to God and to Jesus Christ."
His comment fired up a controversy on all his social media. Furthermore, many other individuals disagreed with him including the CNN and ESPN journalist, LZ Granderson.