53 minutes | Jul 6th 2020

Chris Broussard: Being True To Yourself

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Fox Sports analyst, commentator, and radio host, Chris Broussard, took time out to chat with host Michael Redd about his path to becoming an influential voice in sports journalism, how betting on himself has allowed him to remain objective, and his involvement with the K.I.N.G. Movement.

"When I talk to young people I say, ‘There’s a fine line between confidence and arrogance … and you have to learn how to walk it.’" – Chris Broussard

Chris is a longtime sports journalist, best known for his coverage of the NBA, and has contributed to The New York Times, ESPN The Magazine, ESPN.com, and has appeared as an analyst on ESPN's SportsCenter, NBA Countdown, First Take (alongside FS1 colleague Skip Bayless – whom he joins regularly as a contributor on Undisputed), and NBA Fastbreak.

The Fox Sports 1 commentator also co-hosts a radio show and podcast with fellow FS1 sports analyst Rob Parker on FOX Sports Radio that “... takes listeners through the biggest hits in sports.” The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker can be heard on FOX Sports Radio and Sirius XM Channel 83.

Broussard is also an active philanthropist who serves as Founder and President of the K.I.N.G. Movement, a national Christian men’s organization.

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In this episode Michael and Chris talked about:

  • The fine line between confidence & entitlement, and the Chris Broussard Rule
  • How to get a job in the big leagues of sports reporting
  • Why it’s so important to focus on academics … even when you don’t have a career objective
  • On not selling dreams, starting from the beginning, and the legend of Stuart Scott
  • Why you need to be true to yourself and keep it real in broadcasting
  • How data analytics has changed pro sports forever
  • And his mission through the K.I.N.G Movement to empower men through Christianity

To ask a question, read the transcript, or learn more, visit MichaelRedd.com.

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