|Age:||19 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Paul Biancardi|
|Birth Place||Boston, Massachusetts|
|Famous Name||Paul Biancardi|
|Birth Date||August 11|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|No. of Twitter Followers||65 k|
|No. of Instagram Followers||3545|
|Started career as||basketball analyst|
|Currently Working For||ESPN|
|Awards||James Twohig Award, National Player of the Year.|
|Current City||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|University attended||Salem State|
|School attended||John XXIII High School|
|Married to||Francis Biancardi|
|Children||Two daughters Katerina Biancardi ansd Abby|
Paul Biancardi is a famous sports analyst currently working for ESPN. Known for his appearance in High School Basketball recruiting. Paul is serving a Recruiting Director of the ESPN'S high school basketball. In addition, he also worked as League Coach for the Wright State University, St. Louis, Ohio State, Boston College, and Eagles.
The resident of Charlotte, North Carolina, Paul Biancardi, reportedly earns around $100,000 annually with a net worth of $2 million as of 2019. Paul is married to his girlfriend Francis Biancardi and has two daughters Katerina Biancardi and Abby.
Paul Biancardi works for the famous Sports Network ESPN as their recruiter for the boy's high school basketball and also their sports analyst. Being one of the top Sports Network, ESPN pays a quite good amount of money to its analysts. The American sportscaster/analyst Paul has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Broadcasting sports analysts make $78,200 per year on average. Since this number can sometimes be skewed by higher wages, average wages are often used to predict earnings.
According to the Labor Statistics Office, half of all broadcast analysts earned at least $56,680 a year.
As of 2019, the sports analyst receives an annual salary of $100,000 from his successful reporting career with ESPN. In addition, Debbie Antonelli and Irv Brown are among the sportscasters having the same salary as of Paul.
Further, ESPN reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
Paul Biancardi married to Francis Biancardi. They were in a long relationship before getting married. The couple exchanged the vows on 14th May 1994, in a secret ceremony.
In addition, the lovely couple is blessed with two daughters Katerina Biancardi and Abby.
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Paul is a charming personality with black hair and brown eyes.
Besides, Paul is very much popular on social media with a huge number of followers.
Paul Biancardi currently, lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, along with his family, and has a beautiful home there.
Paul Biancardi was born on August 11, 1962, in Boston, Massachusetts. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, information about Paul's parents and siblings is not available yet.
Paul Biancardi completed his schooling from John XXIII High School in Boston. Later he joined Salem State and earned his Bachelor's degree in physical education in 1985.
During his career with Salem State, he was voted as captain playing for four years. Besides, he was selected for the James Twohig Award.
Paul Biancardi started his career as a coach for the College basketball teams. Besides, Paul is the lead analyst for all high school basketball matches, including the Next Summer, Gecio ESPN High School Showcase Series, Dick's Nationals, Jordan Brand Classic, the Nike Hoop Summit and the McDonald's All American Scrimmage.
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The breakdown on Jalen Green. ?? Notice how he scores without the ball and how he creates space for himself without the dribble. Very effective and efficient! Green is no.3 on our Espn big board in the class is 2020. #basketball #Espn60 #hoophallwest #ESPN ?? #Thanks to our friends @krossovr
Paul joined ESPN in 2006. Before joining ESPN, he worked at the Wright State University as their head coach.
Currently, Paul is serving as the Recruiting Director for ESPN's Boys high school basketball. In addition, he was the head coach and president for the Salem State University. Dan Shulman, Al Morganti, Rebecca Grant are among the best sportscasters of ESPN Network.