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Cheryl Miller Married, Husband, Gay, Lesbian, Net Worth, Salary, Family

Updated On: 21 May, 2018

Cheryl Miller Married, Husband, Gay, Lesbian, Net Worth, Salary, Family

Cheryl Miller has made her name as one of the prominent women's basketball players of the all time. She is known as a forward player of University of Southern California (UCC) who scored 3,018 career points in NCAA's history. The former basketball player is now a basketball coach and a sideline reporter for the NBA on the channel network affiliated to Turner.

What Is The Net Worth Of Cheryl?

Cheryl Miller has accumulated a net worth of $5 million. She has mostly derived her fortunes from her career as an NBA reporter. The NBA analyst in the United States earns the average salary between $106K-$116K which does not include cash bonus, tips, and commisions. The former NBA players receive more $750K per year. Cheryl's nearly 23 years of experience in the field of NBA reporter has played a significant role to muster her net worth.

After Cheryl graduated from the university in 1991, she worked as an assistant coach and television sportscaster at University of Southern California. From 1987 to 1993, she increased her fortunes by serving at ABC Sports/ESPN as the reporter for ABC's Wide World of Sports. 

In 1993, Cheryl became the head coach in USG where she also coached the Basketball team, Phoenix Mercury until she resigned in 2000 after her team lost to Houston Comets in the finals. On September 2012, Cheryl celebrated her 30 year anniversary at WTVR CBS 6 during the show Virginia This Morning. She initially joined WTVR in 1984 and worked as an anchor from where she started to gather her wealth.

Cheryl is also women's basketball coach at California State University in Los Angeles. Since September 1995, she is serving as an NBA sideline reporter on Turner Channel, TNT Sports. She also works for NBA TV as a reporter and analyst which helped her assemble some earnings.

Is Cheryl Miller Married?

Being a prominent figure, Cheryl Miller has been active in various interviews. In most of her interviews, Cheryl talks about her career at USC and her relationship with her family. She also shares a beautiful bond with her close friends and her younger brother Reggie Miller. In one of the interviews with ESPN in April 2011, the basketball coach made it clear that she loves her family and said that her relationship with Reggie is her treasured possessions.

In April 2012, Cheryl's friend, Danielle Kaelin attempted to set her up on a date with her younger brother Reggie. Her brother is a retired American basketball player who played for Indiana Pacers. Cheryl's close friend was unaware of the fact that Reggie was her sibling. Danielle affirmed the duo had things in common and he was the best guy to look out. She further added,

Reggie loves basketball as much as you do. He played in college and even a few years in the NBA. I won’t lie to you Cheryl—he’s not the best looking guy out there. But he’s still in really great shape for his age, and he’s really rich, too.

After the stress from her close friends, Cheryl agreed to go on a dinner date with the American retired professional basketball player.

Cheryl Miller and her younger brother Reggie Miller (Photo: nba.nbcsports.com)

In February 2016, Reggie saw Cheryl's retired number hanging from the rafters. He was not pleased with the USC over the banner for Cheryl's retired numbers, and the former basketball player posted the photo on his Instagram where he said,

Reggie's dissatisfaction with USC against Cheryl's retired number (Photo: Instagram)

Except talking about the relationship with her younger brother, the sportscaster has not mentioned about her romantic life. As of May 2018, she is reportedly unmarried. Although she is at her age 55, she has not indicated a thing regarding her possible husband neither she was found dating someone in the past.

Is Cheryl Lesbian?

As per the journal, International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, in 1997, Cheryl's fans wrote on the internet asking about her sexuality. One of her fans even asked whether she is a lesbian or not. The Journal consists a talk about the views of fans regarding the public figure Michelle Timms and Cheryl Miller's sexuality under the chapter 'Breaking the Silence: Lesbian Fans, the Internet, and the Sexual Politics of Women’s Sport.'

Regardless of the public views, Cheryl is not romantically linked with any of the ladies. The sportscaster is reportedly not a lesbian. Whereas her brother Reggie was also speculated to be a gay, but he shut down gay rumors in 2017 by welcoming a baby daughter with his mysterious love interest. 

Short Bio

Cheryl Miller was born on 3 January 1964 in Riverside, California. She grew up in southern California with her family. Cheryl attended the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, California where the basketball coach studied organic chemistry and quantum physics. As per wiki, she won WBCA Player of the Year in 1985.