Adrian Wojnarowski Wiki – Biography
Adrian Wojnarowski is an American sports columnist, reporter, and author. He is currently working for ESPN since July 2017 as Senior NBA Insider. His reporting, insights, and analysis appear on ESPN.com and in the ESPN app, featured on SportsCenter, NBA Countdown, Get Up, Outside the Lines, and other programs. He hosts The Woj Pod and also hosts “The Woj Report” on ESPN’s Youtube page.
Prior to ESPN, Wojnarowski worked for Yahoo Sports, where he spent nearly 10 years, including two as editor of The Vertical. His standout career in journalism includes nearly 10 years at The Record of New Jersey (where he was twice named the APSE “Columnist of the Year”), as well as several years each at The Fresno Bee, The Waterbury (Conn.) Republican-American.
Wojnarowski is the New York Times best-selling author of “The Miracle of St. Anthony: A Season with Coach Bob Hurley and Basketball’s Most Improbable Dynasty.”
He graduated from Bristol Central High School in 1987. He went on to St. Bonaventure University, where he graduated in 1991. He was named the 2019 Alumnus of the Year at St. Bonaventure and is inducted into the Russell Jandoli School of Communications Hall of Fame.
Wojnarowski founded and funds the “The Writing Initiative.” The multifaceted program encourages students at Bristol Central High School to write and helps them develop and hone their skills, fund scholarships for college, residential summer writing programs, numerous educational trips in the Northeast, and develops teacher enrichment programs for educators teaching writing. Wojnarowski is also active in fundraising with the Bristol Boys and Girls Club and Family Center.
Adrian Wojnarowski Age
He was born on March 4, 1969, in Bristol, Connecticut, United States.
Adrian Wojnarowski and Senator Josh Hawley
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sent a letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver criticizing the league’s relationship with China. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski offered a blunt response to the Senator in an email. He wrote: “F**k you.” Hawley shared a screenshot of the email, tweeting, “Don’t criticize #China or express support for law enforcement to @espn. It makes them really mad. @Outkick.”
Wojnarowski apologized in a statement on Twitter. He tweeted: “I was disrespectful and I made a regrettable mistake. I’m sorry for the way I handled myself and I am reaching out immediately to Senator Hawley to apologize directly. I also need to apologize to my ESPN colleagues because I know my actions were unacceptable and should not reflect on any of them.”
ESPN also released the following statement: “This is completely unacceptable behavior and we do not condone it. It is inexcusable for anyone working for ESPN to respond in the way Adrian did to Senator Hawley. We are addressing it directly with Adrian and specifics of those conversations will remain internal.”
Adrian Wojnarowski is married to his wife, Amy.
Adrian Wojnarowski and his wife have two children Annie and Ben.
Adrian Wojnarowski’s Salary is unclear.