Malika Rose Andrews born January 27, 1995 is an American sports journalist and reporter. She is the host of NBA Today, which replaced The Jump.
She joined ESPN in October 2018 as an online NBA writer and debuted as its youngest sideline reporter for a broadcast during the 2020 NBA Bubble.
Andrews was named one of the Forbes 30 Under 30 in the sports industry for 2021
Malika was asked to leave Head-Royce School in the past from where she went on to attend a year-round therapeutic boarding school in Utah and graduated from there at the age of 17.She pursued a communications degree at the University of Portland.
Andrews’ family lived in California as she was born; her father, Mike Andrews, is a personal trainer, and her mom, Caren, is an art teacher. Malika’s mother has Jewish ancestry. Her younger sister, Kendra Andrews, covered the Golden State Warriors for NBC Sports Bay Area with her in the league as well.
Malika had his bat mitzvah ceremony in 2008.
One of the earliest posts that Malika uploaded to her Instagram account was on December 17, 2013.
In October 2018, Malika was employed as an online NBA writer by ESPN. Later, she made her debut as the youngest sideline reporter for a broadcast during the 2020 NBA Bubble, hence, also making her the only black female reporter for the channel.
Height : in feet inches – 5’ 4” 1.62 cm
Weight : Pounds – 125 lbs 57 kg
Measurements : 34-25-35
Dress Size : 4 (US)
Bra Size : 32A