Ros Gold-Onwude Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, ESPN
Ros Gold-Onwude Biography
Ros Gold-Onwude is a popular American-Nigerian basketball player and sports broadcaster. She played college basketball on the Nigeria women’s national basketball team and at Stanford. She covers NBA basketball on ESPN’s digital, radio, and TV platforms. Ros is also a fill-in host of “First Take” together with Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith each week.
Since 2012, she has covered March Madness, the NCAA tournament, and Pac-12 Men’s and Women’s college hoops as both the reporter and analyst at Pac-12 Networks. Ros joined forces with Rich Kleiman’s and Kevin Durant’s 35 Ventures as among the faces of “The Boardroom”.
Ros Gold-Onwude Age
Ros Gold-Onwude was born on 28th April 1987, in
Ros Gold-Onwude Height
Ros is quite a tall woman and stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx. 1.78 m).
Ros Gold-Onwude Family
Ros was born and brought up by her caring and supportive parents in Queens, New York. She has one sibling called Annie. Ros’ father Austin Onwude is Nigerian, while her mother Pat Gold is Russian-Jewish.
Ros Gold-Onwude Husband
Ros is a gorgeous young woman who loves her life and career. However, she does not have a husband yet but she is probably dating. There were rumors that Ros had been in a relationship with basketball player, Kevin Durant, and recording artist Jidenna.
Ros Gold-Onwude Education
She enrolled at Archbishop Molloy High School located in Briarwood, N.Y, and played basketball. Her team won 2 state titles in 2003 and 2004, although, a knee injury ended her senior season early. Later, she got a scholarship to Stanford University where she grdauted with both bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in sociology.
Ros Gold-Onwude Salary
She receives a remarkable salary of $76,564 per year. This is according to ESPN sports broadcasters’ salaries.
Ros Gold-Onwude Net Worth
Ross Gold-Onwude has stockpiled decent wealth from her victorious career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Ros Gold-Onwude Career
She is currently working at ESPN while reporting on NBA basketball. Also, Ros serves as a fill-in host of “First Take” together with Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith each week. Previously, Ros worked for Turner Sports in her first national role, covering All-Star Weekend, playoffs, the NBA regular season, and NBA Summer League games for NBATV and TNT from 2017 to 2019.
Before, Ros worked for the Golden State Warriors as the sideline reporter on NBC Sports Bay Area. While there, she covered the Warriors’ run to two championships and three straight NBA Finals from 2014 to 2017. Moreover, Ros worked as the color commentator for the WNBA’s NY Liberty at MSG Networks from 2011 to 2017.