If you are fan of NBA, Doris Burke is not new name to you, as she works as color analyst and also a reporter. She works for the ESPN network and ABC network. If you are unaware of it, let us tell you that she is the very first lady journalist on NY Knicks game on TV and radio. Burke started her profession amazingly as she is one hardworking person. In this column, today we will be discussing about Doris Burke net worth, salary and her career.

Doris Burke Net Worth and Salary

Being NBA reporter is not easy thing and also it is not just another reporting either. Being NBA reporter and analyst, she earns more than a million dollar annually as salary. Although we do not have actual estimation of her salary, we roughly estimate it to be around $500 thousands.

Doris Burke Salary from ESPN

Talking about her net worth, as of 2017, we estimate her total worth to be around $6 million. As she earns more, she has habit of spending incomes mostly in shopping luxurious items and for vacation.

Doris Burke and Her Accessories Collection

As her net worth is in million she is status-conscious. Doris loves to buy new blazers and dresses. As mentioned in some wiki site, she goes shopping at least once a week.

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Apart from dresses, she is fond of jewelleries as well. You must have noticed, she always report with at least one jewellery item, never seen her without one.

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Doris Burke’s Career as Reporter

Doris started her career in the year 1990 when she worked for one radio channel. The first show she ever worked was Women’s Games Analyst. Later in the year 1996, she got opportunity in working for Big East Women’s Games on television. In the year 2000, she became color analyst and in 2009, she joined ABC network. In the same year she also became NBA 2k11 sideline reporter.

That was not the end as she started working for ESPN channel starting October 2013. She also featured NBA countdown and NCAA football games. For now she is busy reporting sports and we would like to wish her bright future.