Kendra Andrews Biography
Kendra Andrews is a renowned American sports journalist currently serving as an NBA reporter for ESPN. Before that, she worked as a Warriors reporter for NBC Sports Bay Area. She is the younger sister of Malika Andrews, the NBA Today host on ESPN.
Kendra Andrews Age
Kendra Andrews was born on June 8, 1997, in Oakland, California, in the United States of America. She is 26 years old.
Kendra Andrews Height
Kendra’s height is 5 feet 8 inches(Approx. 1.73m).
Kendra Andrews Family
Kendra was born in Oakland, California, in the United States. She is the proud daughter of Mike and Caren. In addition, her mother is an art teacher while her father is a personal trainer. In addition, she was raised alongside her older sister, Malika Rose Andrews, a popular sports journalist and reporter working for ESPN as the host of NBA Today.
Kendra Andrews Husband
Despite being a public figure, Kendra is secretive about her personal life, especially her love life. She has therefore not revealed whether she is single, married, or in any relationship. Moreover, Kendra has also withheld her earlier dating history from the public domain.
Kendra Andrews Education
She earned her high school diploma from Head-Royce School. Later, Kendra matriculated at Gonzaga University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in solidarity & social justice in 2019.
Kendra Andrews Salary
She bags an ample salary of $89,800 annually. This is according to ESPN NBA reporters’ salaries.
Kendra Andrews’ Net Worth
Kendra has been able to stockpile a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Kendra Andrews Career
Kendra has been the NBA reporter for ESPN where she mainly covers the Golden State Warriors. In addition, she is responsible for writing and reporting for ESPN.com while also contributing reports to the network’s various television platforms such as NBA programming and SportsCenter. Prior to joining ESPN in January 2022, she worked as the Golden State Warriors reporter for NBC Sports Bay Area.
Before covering the Warriors, Kendra worked as the Denver Nuggets Beat Writer for The Athletic from June 2019 to January 2021. Moreover, she served as the host of the Dubs Talk podcast. Before joining The Athletic, Kendra served as an intern for The Washington Post. Furthermore, she worked as a sports editor for The Gonzaga Bulletin.