The TNT network hired Rose to work as a Sideline Reporter for the 2006 NBA Playoffs in Los Angeles. In the years since his retirement, Rose has worked for ABC/ESPN, first as an analyst on SportsCenter and then as one of the hosts of NBA Countdown, which he joined in 2012. Rose has also contributed to the ESPN show Grantland. [ose is the founder and owner of Three Tier Entertainment, a management and production company based in Los Angeles that is independent. Three Tier Entertainment, founded in 2007, develops television and film projects while also managing talent, such as directors, actors, and screenplay writers, among other things. In 2011, he was the executive producer of the ESPN documentary The Fab 5. According to the Nielsen Company, The Fab Five earned a 2.1 rating, making it ESPN's highest-rated documentary, despite igniting a controversy that resulted in a series of media exchanges between members of the media, Michigan Wolverines men's basketball players, and Duke Blue Devils men's basketball players.
Rose's autobiography, Got to Give the People What They Want, was published in 2015 and is based on his own life story. It is a New York Times Best Seller, and it was included on the list of Michigan Notable Books in the year 2016. As of 2021, he and David Jacoby will co-host Jalen & Jacoby, a national sports radio show on ESPN Radio that will broadcast throughout the United States. Since April 2018, Rose has appeared as a guest analyst on Get Up!, an ESPN morning sports talk show that airs for three hours every morning.
Also, as part of his partnership with the New York Post, Rose has created the Renaissance Man podcast and column, which can be found on their website and in their print edition.
Rose graduated with honors from the University of Maryland University College in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Management Studies.
When Rose was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to prison.
In April 2021, he filed for divorce from Qerim. It was after she relocated to Connecticut, he claimed, that their marriage ended in divorce. Rose filed for divorce from Qerim on December 8, 2021, according to the official announcement. Rose has three children from a previous relationship: two daughters and a son.Return to the previous page
|Date of Birth:||30-01-1973|
|Birth Place:||Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Alma Mater:||University of Maryland University College|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Profession:||Basketball player, Actor|
|Net Worth:||$60 million|
|Birth Date:||30 Jan, 1973|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Description:||American basketball player|
|Net Worth 2021:||50 million|