Adrian Wojnarowski Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, ESPN, NBA, Books, Podcast, Net Worth

Adrian Wojnarowski is an American sports columnist, reporter and author who is currently employed with ESPN. He previously covered the NBA for Yahoo! Sports

Adrian Wojnarowski Biography

Adrian Wojnarowski is an American sports columnist, reporter and author who is currently employed with ESPN. He previously covered the NBA for Yahoo! Sports.

Adrian Wojnarowski Age

He was born on March 4, 1969 in Bristol, Connecticut, United States. He is 53 years old as of 2022.

Adrian Wojnarowski Height

Adrian stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Adrian Wojnarowski Family

Adrian is very private about his personal life, he has not revealed any information about his parents nor if he has any siblings .

Adrian Wojnarowski Wife

Wojnarowski likes to keep his personal life private hence there is no any news or information about his wife or children.

Adrian Wojnarowski Salary

Wojnarowski earns an estimated salary of about $10000 to $50000 annually.

Adrian Wojnarowski
Adrian Wojnarowski

Adrian Wojnarowski Net Worth

Wajnarowski has an estimated net worth of about $1 million to $5 million.

Adrian Wojnarowski Education

Wojnarowski graduated from Bristol Central High School in 1987. He then attended St. Bonaventure University, where he graduated in 1991.

Adrian Wojnarowski Career

Adrian Wojnarowski began his career working for the Hartford Courant starting as a high school senior and continuing during breaks from college. After graduating from college, Wojnarowski wrote for some smaller papers before becoming a columnist for the Fresno Bee in 1995.

In 1997, Wojnarowski started working for The Record in New Jersey. As a result of his work with The Record, Wojnarowski was named “Columnist of the Year” in 1997 and 2002 by the Associated Press Sports Editors. During this time, he also contributed regularly to

In 2006, Wojnarowski published a New York Times best-seller: The Miracle of St. Anthony: A Season with Coach Bob Hurley and Basketball’s Most Improbable Dynasty.

Adrian Wojnarowski Yahoo! Sports

In 2007, Wojnarowski left The Record and joined Yahoo! Sports full-time. He has helped break many major national stories while at Yahoo! Sports. In March 2009, Wojnarowski and Dan Wetzel wrote a story tying the Connecticut Huskies men’s basketball program to several recruiting violations.

In 2010, the New York Post reported that Wojnarowski was being sued by the Penguin Group for failing to meet a deadline for a book covering the life of coach Jim Valvano. He responded that the problem was “a miscommunication between my agent and me” and said that he would be returning the money to Penguin Books.

He is widely considered one of the best NBA “scoopers” in the business, especially during the NBA Draft, when Wojnarowski has called the picks and trades involving said picks ahead of time on his Twitter account.

However, he has been criticized by media critics for his reporting on NBA player LeBron James, being accused of having an apparent bias and relying on anonymous sources. Wojnarowski was listed #1 in Sports Media Watch’s Worst of Sports Media 2010 as a result of this criticism.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN

Adrian Wojnarowski left Yahoo! Sports for ESPN on July 1, 2017, just before the start of NBA free agency. He made his ESPN debut on the midnight edition of SportsCenter earlier that day.

He regularly posts his scoops on Twitter, with important transactions he reports referred to by his followers as “Woj Bombs.”

Adrian Wojnarowski Podcast

Woj is probing the biggest newsmakers in the sport – from the commissioner, to general managers, coaches and star players – to bring listeners inside the processes, personas and stories that impact the NBA. Beyond longer sit-down interviews in our New York studios, Woj will deliver real-time podcasts with league personnel built around breaking news.

Adrian Wojnarowski Book

  • 2005: The Miracle of St. Anthony
  • 1998: ’98 Champs: The Greatest Season, a Chronicle of the Yankees’ Amazing Journey to the World Championship Adrian Wojnarowski


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