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Clark Kellogg Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Wife, Kids, Son, Height

Clark Kellogg Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Wife, Kids, Son, Height

Facts of Clark Kellogg

Full Name: Clark Kellogg
Birth Date: July 2, 1961
Age: 61 years
Gender: Male
Profession: Professional basketball player
Country: United States of America
Horoscope: Cancer
Height: 6 feet 7 inches (2.01m)
WifeRosy Kellogg
Net Worth$2 million
Salary$400 thousand
Eye ColorBrown
Birth PlaceCleveland, Ohio
EducationSt. Joseph’s High School, Ohio State University
KidsNick, Talisa
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Clark Kellogg is an American sports executive, sports commentator, as well as former professional basketball player. He is popular for his endeavors as a basketball player for the National Basketball Association (NBA) and even managed to achieve the amount of fame and name at the age of 54.

Early Life of Clark Kellogg

Clark Kellog put his first step in this world on 2 July 1961 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. As of 2019, his age is 58 years old with birth star Cancer. He is an American by his nationality and belongs to the Afro-American ethnicity.

Additionally, he grew up in East Cleveland, Ohio, he attended Chambers Elementary, W.H. Kirk Middle School, and also he moved to St. Joseph’s High School in Cleveland, Ohio.

Educational Framework

Even he also played basketball throughout his high school career. He also participated and performed in the McDonald’s All-American and Capital Classic Games. Just after high school, he enrolled at Ohio State University. And while studying at Ohio College, he showed his excellence in the game of basketball. There he played at the College from 1979 to 1982.

Is Clark Kellogg Married?

Actually, he has been married since 1983 to the love of his life Rosy Kellogg. The couple is getting along pretty together since with no signs of marital issues or divorce between them. Besides that, his son Nick Kellogg played basketball for Ohio University like his father and his daughter Talisa also played Division I volleyball at Georgia Tech University.

Clark Kellogg with his wife, Rosy Kellogg
Caption: Clark Kellogg with his wife, Rosy Kellogg

About the rumors, there was a rumor of Kelloff leaving the Pacers after 32 years. There are rumors which say he is gay (homosexual). Recently, there are no desperate rumors regarding his personal and professional life. He is doing the best job without harming others and has been a straight person in his life.

What is Clark Kellogg Salary? Net Worth

As of 2019, Clark Kellogg has an estimated net worth of over $2 million gained through his basketball and analyst skills. Serving as an analyst for CBS, he currently gets paid $400,000 per annum as salary.

Clark Kellogg
Caption: Clark Kellogg(Photo: Muncie Journal)

How tall is Clark Kellogg?

Probably, Kellogg is a basketball player with a huge height. He stands 6 feet 7 inches tall with a weight of 102.1 kg. He has a bald head with brown eyes color.

Clark Kellogg’s Career

  • Moving forward, Clark had a high school basketball career who was generally regarded as the finest in Cleveland’s history.
  • And he continued to play basketball in college, again amassing multiple athletic awards and honors.
  • Likewise, the Indiana Pacers drafted him in 1982, and he excelled during his rookie season with the team.
  • Even he was poised to become the next major NBA star.
Clark Kellogg
Caption: Clark Kellogg
  • But, severe knee problems forced him to retire in 1986. In the year, he began working as a basketball analyst and has since provided analysis for ESPN, Big East Sports, the Prime Network, and CBS Sports.
  • In addition, he is also the Vice President of Player Relations for the Indiana Pacers.
  • And the state championship game to Columbus East brought the highlight was a 79–65 loss.
  • Similarly, Kellogg has done television analyst work for Cleveland State University, the Big East Television Network, and ESPN.
  • Recently, he serves as a game analyst for CBS’ coverage of college basketball and also works as a studio analyst during the network’s coverage of “March Madness”.
  • Simultaneously, he is a former first-round draft pick of the Pacers.
  • Now, he retired after career averages of 18.9 points and 9.6 rebounds per game as well as a unanimous selection to the 1982 NBA All-Rookie Team.
  • About his awards, he also earned the All-Big Ten Conference Honors.
  • After that, he declared himself for the NBA draft.