Doris Burke in Bikini – Body, Height, Weight, Nationality, Net Worth, and More
Biography - A Short Wiki
Doris Burke is a US sports analyst and announcer for NBA championship on ESPN sports channel and ABC games. Earlier she worked as a specialist for WNBA games on MSG. She has also worked on New York Knicks games. Doris Burke has been the first female commentator to give commentary for New York Knicks game on television and radio. She is also honored for her revolutionary performance, where she got chosen to enter the Basketball Hall of Fame by winning the Curt Gowdy Media Award 2018.
Here is a short summary of Doris Burke's career:
In 1990, Doris Burke started her broadcasting career as an analyst for women’s soccer games on the radio. Doris became a part of ESPN’s reporting of the WNBA. For several years, she has also been the primary television and radio voice of the NY Liberty.
Family and Personal Life
Doris Burke got married to Gregg Burke, who had been working at the post of head Golf instructor at the University of Rhode Island. The couple had two children. The couple took a divorce after a few years of their marriage. On March 27, 2020, Doris Burke got infected by the Coronavirus. According to medical reports, her state is recovering.
|Husband's/Spouse's Name||Gregg Burke|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Doris Sable|
|Age (as of today)||57 years|
|Date of Birth||November 4, 1965|
|Place of Birth||Manasquan, New Jersey, United States of America|
|Height||1.63 m, 5 feet 4 inches|
|Weight||60 kg, 132.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$5 Million|
|Occupation||American Sports Announcer, Analyst|
Height, Weight, and Age
Doris Burke's height is pretty average measuring 1.63 m. The american sports announcer weighs 60 kg. Being born on November 4, 1965, translates to an age of 57 years as of todays date (June 8, 2023).
"For me to even think about attending a college or university would have been a real financial hardship. It would not have happened. That basketball scholarship changed my life."Doris Burke
"The last time I played basketball it was eight weeks after I delivered my second child. You know that expression - the mind believes and the body would not follow? That was me on that particular day."Doris Burke
"I want girls to dream big and to think that there is nothing that is impossible."Doris Burke
"If there's anything I'm proud of in my career, it's that I've been able to hang in there and keep progressing over the years."Doris Burke
"I was, at times, painfully shy as a kid and all the way through college."Doris Burke