This veteran reporter on FOX Sports is a fixture on the sidelines of NFL and NBA games. During her recent run-in with “the hair police,” Oliver gave a firm reminder of what’s important when she’s on the field. “You’re out there trying to catch players, get your reports turned around quickly, and I may or may not have time to put on lip gloss or powder my face,” she said.
This former collegiate women’s basketball player was one of the first to get a comment from disgraced (ahem, racist) Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s wife this weekend. Salters has covered the NBA and NFL for over a decade.
By now Miller is a staple on NBA sidelines. A two-time basketball Hall of Famer, she has covered, and coached, the game for over two decades.
This Detroit native lives and breathes sports, co-hosting both ESPN2’s Numbers Never Lie and the His & Hers sports podcast.
Moderating heated sports debates betwen Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless is no easy task. Champion has to do it every day on their lively daytime ESPN talk show, First Take.
Steele has risen through the ranks of sports commentating, starting as a sports reporter at a CBS affiliate in Indiana to now co-hosting ESPN’s NBA Countdown. She’s also co-hosted SportCenter, and contributed to ESPN First Take and SportNation.
The Emmy winner and former college track and field star covers the NFL and the NBA on ESPN shows like SportCenter and Sunday NFL Countdown.
Pink is a sideline reporter for Fox Sports, covering the Los Angeles Clippers.
A former college athlete and WNBA coach, Winters Scott covers the NBA, WNBA and NCAA for a variety of television and radio networks, including ESPN, Fox Sports, Raycom and CBS Radio.
Fulton, a seasoned sports reporter, currently works as an anchor and reporter for Comcast’s SportsNet Central covering the NFL and NBA. And she’s a proud member of #teamnatural!
A former NCAA athlete (she played volleyball for the University of Georgia), Taylor now serves as an ESPN sideline reporter covering college football, basketball and volleyball.
When she’s not playing for the Washington Mystics WNBA team, Lawson is a basketball analyst on ESPN.