Adrian Wojnarowski

Adrian Wojnarowski is known as an American sports columnist and reporter, He is most famous for tweeting out exclusive breaking news about the NBA.

Related Biography: Josh Hawley

Background and Age

Adrian Wojnarowski was born in 1969, in Bristol, CT. Adrian is a 1987 alumni of Bristol Central High School and a 1991 alumni of St. Bonaventure University.

Career and Net Worth

Adrian Wojnarowski started to establish his reputation as the leading NBA insider when he worked for Yahoo Sports. He went through there for about 10 years, including two as editorial manager of The Vertical. His career in news coverage includes almost 10 years at The Record of New Jersey where he has twice named the APSE "Journalist of the Year.

In July 2017, Adrian Wojnarowski joined ESPN as their senior NBA Insider. Wojnarowski is focal in ESPN's multimedia coverage of the NBA consistently, covering the league, players, trade deadline, free agents, and the NBA Draft. His reporting and examinations appear on, SportsCenter, NBA Countdown, Outside the Lines, and other ESPN platforms.

Wojnarowski hosts The Woj Pod, which normally covers the greatest stars and newsmakers in the NBA. Wojnarowski likewise hosts "The Woj Report" on ESPN's Youtube page.

Wojnarowski was named the National Sports Media Association's National Sportswriter of the Year in three back to back years in 2017, 2018 and 2019. Wojnarowski joined past NSMA victors as Tom Verducci, Rick Reilly, Frank Deford, Jim Murray, and Red Smith as champs in three progressive years. He was the first digital journalist to win the honor. Wojnarowski is a New York Times bestselling author of “The Miracle of St. Anthony: A Season with Coach Bob Hurley and Basketball’s Most Improbable Dynasty.”

In July 2020, Adrian Wojnarowski got some help from the NBA players he covers. Various players got on social media, protesting ESPN's suspension of Adrian and starting the trend #FreeWoj. The issue started when Wojnarowski got a public statement from Missouri's Senator Josh Hawley's office. It itemized Hawley's letter to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver,  calling the league's arrangements to respect the Black Lives Matter development as unpatriotic.

Wojnarowski reacted to Hawley with the simple "f*ck you." Hawley was quick to share this short correspondence on social media. Wojnarowski, who sent the reaction from his work email account, immediately apologized, with ESPN including an extra comment separating themselves. Before long the correspondent was suspended.

Marriage, Wife and Kids

Adrian Wojnarowski is married to a woman named Amy. They have a daughter named Annie and a son named Ben.

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 4 Mar, 1969
Age: 51 yrs
Occupations: Writer
Sports journalist
Citizenship: United States of America
Birth Place: Bristol
Education: St. Bonaventure University
Gender: Male
Description: American sportswriter
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Last Modified: Feb 19 2023
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