Cheryl Miller

Sportscaster

Cheryl Miller was born in Riverside, California, United States on January 3rd, 1964 and is the Sportscaster. At the age of 60, Cheryl Miller biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
January 3, 1964
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Riverside, California, United States
Age
60 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Networth
$5 Million
Profession
Basketball Coach, Basketball Player, Sports Commentator
Cheryl Miller Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 60 years old, Cheryl Miller has this physical status:

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188cm
Weight
82kg
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Cheryl Miller Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Cheryl Miller Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
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Cheryl Miller Life

Cheryl D. Miller (born January 3, 1964) is a former basketball player.

She served as a sideline reporter for NBA games on TNT Sports and now works as a reporter and analyst, as well as NBA TV ashumain, a sportscaster for ABC Sports, TBS Sports, and ESPN.

She served as both head coach and general manager of the Phoenix Mercury Nation. Miller was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1995.

In 1999, she was inducted into the inaugural class of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, which is located in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Miller was also inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame on August 20, 2010 for her international participation. Reggie Miller, a retired National Basketball Association (NBA) Hall of Famer, and former Major League Baseball catcher Darrell Miller were among the inductees.

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Cheryl Miller Career

High school career

Miller was a four-year letter winner and coached Riverside Polytechnic High School (1978–1982) where she led her team to a 132–4 record. In 1981, she was awarded the Dial Award for the national high-school scholar-athlete of the year. She was the first female or male to be named an All-American by Parade magazine four times. Miller was the National High School Player of the Year in 1981 and 1982, averaging 32.8 points and 15.0 rebounds per game. In a game against Norte Vista High School in her senior year, she scored 105 points. She set California state records for points scored in a single season (1156) and points earned in a high school career (3405).

Post-college career

She was drafted by several professional basketball leagues, including the United States Basketball League, a men's league, after graduating from USC in 1986. Miller, however, suffered knee injuries in the late 1980s that barred her from playing. She served as an assistant coach at USC and a television sportscaster from 1986 to 1991.

Miller was named head coach at USC and spent two seasons (1993–95). Both teams had a combined 42-14 record and advanced to the NCAA tournament both seasons, with one team winning a Regional Final once. She then worked with the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA for four seasons (1997-2000), where she also served as the general manager. Miller said about her team, "Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run, and run." "Play some outstanding defense." "I want this team to be healthy, but I want them to know the game." Miller coached the Mercury Mercury Mercury to a 16–12 record and the WNBA Finals in 1998, where they lost to the Houston Comets. She resigned after the 2000 season, citing exhaustion.

Athletic Director Mike Garrett named her as the women's basketball coach at Langston University on April 30, 2014.

Athletic director Mike Garrett named women's basketball coach at California State Los Angeles on May 26, 2016.

Broadcast career

Cheryl Miller was a sideline reporter for NBA on TNT's doubleheader coverage for TNT Sports on Thursday night. During the 2008-09 NBA season, she also appeared on NBA TV as a reporter and analyst. Miller joined Turner Sports in September 1995 as an analyst and reporter for the NBA on TBS and TNT. She made occasional appearances as a Studio Analyst for NBA games. She became the first female analyst to dial a nationally broadcast NBA gameSchülerinnen (TBS) in November 1996. She has also appeared in 2K Sports' NBA 2K Series as the sideline reporter. She left the company after her deal came to an end in 2013.

Miller served as a Basketball Commentator at the 1994 Goodwill Games. Miller served as a basketball reporter and called weightlifting for the 2001 Goodwill Games. Miller served as both a women's basketball analyst and a men's basketball reporter for NBC's coverage of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

Miller worked at ABC Sports/ESPN from 1987 to 1993, where she appeared as a sports reporter for ABC's Wide World of Sports and a commentator for the network's college basketball telecasts before joining Turner Sports. She served as a Field Reporter for the 1987 Little League World Series and as a besondere Correspondent for the 1988 Calgary Olympics.

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Cheryl Miller Awards

Awards and honors

  • 1984 – Winner of the Honda Sports Award for basketball
  • 1984 – WBCA Player of the Year
  • 1984 – The Honda-Broderick Cup winner for all sports.
  • 1985 – Winner of the Honda Sports Award for basketball
  • 1985 – Wade Trophy winner
  • 1985 – WBCA Player of the Year
  • 1991 – International Women's Sports Hall of Fame
  • 2010 – FIBA Hall of Fame

Reggie Miller, a former Air Force veteran, mourns the death of his father Saul, a former Air Force veteran

www.dailymail.co.uk, August 30, 2022
Saul Miller served in the Air Force for 26 years and had five children with his wife Carrie. Outside of Reggie, three more of his children developed into professional athletes, including another basketball Hall of Fame in daughter Cheryl Miller, with his variety of influences impacting his most popular son. According to author Mark Montieth, he was also a high-level basketball player in his own right and continued to play at Lemoyne College.