Following the emergence of Malika Andrews, ESPN is going all-in with the Andrews family.
According to a new report from Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, ESPN is hiring another member of the Andrews family. Kendra Andrews, 24, will reportedly join ESPN to cover the Golden State Warriors.
Kendra is currently a Warriors reporter and host for NBC Sports Bay Area. However, she'll soon be stepping up to the big leagues - sorry to the local NBC affiliate - with the Worldwide Leader.
From the report:
After the meteoric rise of Malika Andrews, ESPN is hiring her younger sister, Kendra, as an NBA reporter, The Post has learned.
Kendra, 24, will be ESPN’s Warriors writer and appear on TV for the network. She and Malika, 26, grew up in the San Francisco area.
Kendra is currently the Warriors reporter and a host for NBC Sports Bay Area. It was Kendra, not Malika, who first wanted to be a sports reporter.
Malika Andrews took over as the main host for ESPN's NBA coverage following the network's decision to sideline Rachel Nichols.
Now Kendra will be the latest member of the Andrews family to join ESPN's NBA coverage.
Congratulations in advance to Kendra on her new role.