Kyle Draper Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NBS Sports
Kyle Draper Biography
Kyle Draper is an American journalist presently in California serving for the Sacramento Kings as a Play-by-Play announcer. Draper also serves as a show host in Bay Area & California for NBC Sports.
Previously, Kyle served for eleven years and two months at NBC Sports Boston as a Play-by-Play announcer, host, reporter, and sports anchor. Additionally, During his free time, Kyle enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife, watching sports, as well as traveling.
Kyle Draper Age
Kyle was born in the United States of America, however, his age, date of birth, and place of birth remain unknown to the public.
Kyle Draper Height
Draper stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/ approx. 1.7 m tall.
Kyle Draper Family
He was born and raised under the loving care of his supportive and caring parents in the United States of America. Kyle belongs to the Black ethnicity but holds an American nationality by birth. Though, He has managed to keep information about his father, mother, and siblings. We will update you on this matter as soon as we get clear facts as of now that remain unknown to the public.
Kyle Draper Wife
Kyle is a married man to his supportive and nice-looking wife whose identity is unclear at the moment. Additionally, due to his secretive nature, it is not known whether the lovely duo shares any children. The couple is happily residing in California.
Kyle Draper Salary
Kyle earns an annual salary of $86,970. This is according to NBC Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kyle Draper Net Worth
Draper has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Kyle Draper Career
Currently, Kyle serves in California for Sacramento Kings as a Play-by-Play announcer since officially joining in December 2020. He also served since December 2020 as a Show Hos tat NBC Sports. Previously, Kyle served for eleven years and two months at NBC Sports Boston as a reporter, sports anchor, host, and Play-by-Play announcer.
From March 2003 to November 2009, Kyle served at WHAS-TV as a sports director. For nearly three years that was from June 2000 to March 2003, He served at KIMA-TV as a sports anchor. Kyle started his journalism career in Wisconsin in August 1998, where he was hired for nearly two years at WKBT as a weekend sports anchor and news reporter.