Donny Marshall is a former NBA basketball player from the United States. He is currently an NCAA basketball television analyst for FOX Sports. Since 2014, he has provided analysis for WestwoodOne national radio broadcasts of the men’s NCAA championship basketball tournament. He played in the NBA for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Connecticut Pride, and New Jersey Nets. He is also a vegan and a member of Mensa International.
Donny Marshall Age
Donny Marshall was born on 17, July 1972. He is 50 years old.
Donny Marshall Height
Donny stands at an average height of 6 ft 7 in/2.01 m tall.
Donny Marshall Family
Donny was born in the United States of America to a supporting father and mother in Detroit, Michigan. He has kept details on his parents and siblings confidential.
Donny Marshall Wife
Donny is married to Jillian, a stunning woman. The couple has two daughters. He is the father of Westbrook Lady Knights point guard Savannah Marshall. He was previously married to Kelly, with whom he had a daughter named Savannah.
Donny Marshall Education
After winning over 100 high school basketball games, Donny was chosen to Washington’s All-State team four years in a row. He graduated from Federal Way High School and went on to play men’s basketball for the University of Connecticut Huskies (Uconn). He averaged nearly 24 points per game throughout the tournament as a senior, earning him a spot on the NCAA All-Tournament team. He was subsequently selected for the Uconn All-Century team.
Donny Marshall Salary
Donny earns an annual salary of $82,450.
Donny Marshall Net Worth
Donny’s approximate net worth is $2 Million.
Donny Marshall Career
The Cleveland Cavaliers selected Donny in the first round of the 1995 NBA Draft. He was a member of the Cavaliers from 1995 to 1997 before joining the Connecticut Pride in 1999. From 1999 to 2001, he was a member of the Connecticut Pride of the Continental Basketball Association. In addition, he was named to the All-CBA Second Team in 2000. From 2001 to 2003, he also participated with the New Jersey Nets.
He is currently a FOX Sports NCAA basketball television analyst. Since 2014, he has provided analysis for WestwoodOne national radio broadcasts of the men’s NCAA championship basketball tournament. Prior to joining FOX Sports, he worked as a sideline reporter for the Brooklyn Nets from 2013 until 2017.
He also provided basketball color commentary for NBC during the London Olympics in 2012. He worked as a basketball studio analyst and color commentator for the Boston Celtics for eight years on New England’s Comcast SportsNet. In addition, he reported on over 650 NBA games as a commentator and analyst. He has also done community service and served on the University of Connecticut’s Board of Trustees.