A Sherrod Blakely Biography
A. Sherrod Blakely is a journalist from the United States. He is currently an NBA contributor for BostonSportsJournal.com. As a college freshman, he began his journalism career as an agate clerk at the local paper, the (Syracuse) Post-Standard. Short agate files gradually gave way to larger agate filings. The equation shifted after Sherrod revealed that one of Syracuse University’s top football players was ineligible.
A Sherrod Blakely Age
A Sherrod Blakely was born in the USA. Will soon fill out his exact age details.
A Sherrod Blakely Height
Sherrod stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
A Sherrod Blakely Family
Sherrod was born in the United States of America to his father and mother. He is of American nationality but of African American ancestry. He is not just a journalist, but also a lecturer. Sherrod’s main goal as a lecturer at Boston University and the Chair of the National Association of Black Journalists Sports Task Force is to teach the next generation of journalists.
A Sherrod Blakely Wife
Sherrod currently resides in Newton with his gorgeous wife Jennifer. Their son Isaiah graduated from college and now works two or three doors down the hall in Newton. Arianna, Sherrod’s daughter, is a junior at Loyola University of New Orleans. Arianna generates a lot of proud-poppa moments in her 3.985 GPA.
A Sherrod Blakely Education
Sherrod attended Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Communications, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Newspaper Journalism. Although he had not intended to attend SU, the opportunity to attend on an all-expenses-paid academic scholarship was a major changer for him.
A Sherrod Blakely Salary
Sherrod pockets an annual salary of $70,275.
A Sherrod Blakely Net worth
Sherrod has an accumulated net worth of $2 million.
A Sherrod Blakely Career
This Boston-based American sports reporter is an experienced NBA journalist who has covered the Boston Celtics since 2009. Sherrod covered the Detroit Pistons from 2000 through 2009. The journalist has almost two decades of experience in writing, editing, and sports coverage. He’s covered football, the Finals 4, and now the NBA.
He had never before had a coach scream, cuss, and yell at him. He liked it a little. He turned his concentration to digital journalism after noticing that the newspaper industry was changing and that it was no longer the biggest game in town.
He departed Tobacco Road for Mlive.com in Michigan, a growing force in elevating sports content on Michigan’s digital platforms. The journalist got the opportunity to cover the Detroit Pistons, being a front-row witness to significant NBA occasions including as Detroit’s unlikely 2004 title drive, the Larry Brown Era (both years), and Malice at the Palace.
He had a successful tenure as the first Celtics Insider for Comcast SportsNet New England (now NBC Sports Boston). The journalist supplied content across all media, including some sideline reporting, but also blending in breaking news such as Shaquille O’Neal’s arrival in Boston.