NBA TV Personality Rick Kamla has been reliable sports commentator for NBA for over 15 years. He is also known as the senior NBA and NFL editor for Fanball.com.
Born on 19 July 1969, the TV host Rick Kamla commenced his Journalism career as the host of Gatorade Virtual GM. His dedication to basketball has made been one of the influential figures in NBA TV fraternity. Rick is also a play-by-play announcer for the Euroleague Game of the Week.
Relishes Family Moments With Wife And Kids
NBA TV personality Rick Kamla, age 49, is a family man, who has learned to enjoy every minute of his free time with his family. He and his wife, Cristina Kamla are parenting two children; Tyrus and Jalen.
Rick prefers to keep his romantic affair with Cristina private. But, his Twitter account gives a glimpse of his myriad story.
Rick married Cristina in August 2014, but the news of their marriage was revealed by his colleague Steve Kyler, who congratulated Rick on his beautiful wedding through Twitter.
Despite the hectic work schedule, Rick makes time to enjoy vacations and events with his spouse and kids. When it's about his leisure time, he prefers to stay busy hanging with his family members.
Although CBS Sports journalist, Rick is seen gushing about his sweetheart on his tweet, he has never made a public appearance with the love of his life. However, he sometimes appears with his two sons in sports events and games.
Enjoying the game at Atlanta United FC stadium, Rick and his son poses for a selfie photo (Photo: Twitter)
The Kamla's trio went on a trip to The Benz in June 2018 and Rick shared a picture of his two boys enjoying a match in Atanda United FC Stadium.
Rick Kamla's Salary And Net Worth
Rick Kamla has been gathering the net worth as being the television personality for NBA TV and CBS Sports. He has been accumulating the prominent part of the net worth as an NBA TV commentator. As suggested by the Paysa, an estimated salary of the NBA TV personality ranges between $64,041 and $122,196.
Completing graduation in History and a minor in Speech-Communication from the University of Minnesota in 1992, he went to cover the Golden Gophers on the student-run radio station KUOM. Later on, Rick stepped into the journalism career as a part-time writer for Fantasy Football Weekly in 1994.
After four years, he became the full-time senior editor for both Fantasy Football (American) in 1998. Since then, he has contributed play-by-play to NBA, WNBA, USA Basketball, Summer League and Euroleague games. His career took a great height when he was hired as a commentator for NBA TV. Currently, Rick, who stands at a decent height, is hosting Game Time on NBA TV.