Stacey King Biography
Stacey King is an American sports announcer. King serves at NBC Sports Chicago as the lead color commentator for Chicago Bulls television broadcasts. He received three consecutive championships as a power forward.
And Chicago Bulls playing center as an NBA player. After retiring in 2001, King served for the CBA’s Rockford Lightning as head coach in addition.
Stacey King Age
Stacey King was born on January 29, 1967, in Lawton, Oklahoma, in the United States of America. He is 55 years old as of 2022.
Stacey King Height
Stacey stands at an average height of 6 ft 11 inches/ Approx 2.11 m tall.
Stacey King Family
Stacey was born to his hardworking parents James Edward and his mother whose names remain unknown in Lawton, Oklahoma, in the United States. His father died 20 years ago though, and Stacey has three siblings.
Stacey King Wife
Stacey is cheerful and married to his good-looking wife Debi. He was married to Lisa King and they are proud parents to their three children Brandon. Garrett, and Erick Alexander King previously. There is not much information concerning his wife Lisa though.
Stacey King Salary
He earns an annual salary of $71,800, according to NBA News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Stacey King Net Worth
He earns an estimated net worth of $2 Million US dollars.
Stacey King Education
Stacey attended Lawton Senior High School and earned his high school diploma. He joined Oklahoma University where he was drafted for his stand-out career by the NBA later on..
Stacey King Career
Stacey was first drafted by the Bulls with the sixth pick and was one of three first-round picks in the 1989 NBA draft. He was picked along with Jeff Sanders and B. J. Armstrong.
Stacey played for four and half seasons for Chicago moreover. He was traded in exchange for 7’2″ Australian-born center Luc Longley. To Minnesota Timberwolves during the 1993–94 campaign.
King played for one season in the year 1996 then Grand Rapids Hoop for Miami Heat from 1995 to 1996. During the 1996 and 1997 game seasons, he was an active NBA player while playing for both the Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks further.
In 1999, Stacey retired with Atenas de Córdoba after a one-game season. After retiring in 2001, Stacey served for the CBA’s Rockford Lightning. As head coach and the team reached the CBA championship game in 2002 in addition.