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Cheryl Deann Miller Wiki/Biography
Cheryl Deann Miller was born on the 3rd January 1964, in Riverside, California USA, and is best known for being a former professional basketball player, considered to be one of the greatest female basketball players in the history of basketball, who was also the women’s basketball coach of the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury. She is also recognized for being a reporter for the TNT Sports and NBA TV channels.
Have you ever wondered how rich Cheryl Miller is, as of mid- 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Cheryl’s net worth is as high as $5 million, which has been accumulated through her successful involvement in the sports industry as a professional basketball player, coach and sportscaster.
Cheryl Miller Net Worth $5 Million
Cheryl Miller spent her childhood in her hometown, Riverside; she is the sister of Reggie Miller, an NBA Hall of Famer, and Darrell Miller, a retired Major League Baseball catcher. She attended Riverside Polytechnic High School, and there began playing basketball. As she excelled in it, she received the Dial Award in 1981, as well as she became the first player who was named four times an All-American by the “Parade” magazine. As a senior, Cheryl scored 105 points in one game against another high school. She finished her high school career setting the state record in a career with 3405 points. After matriculation, she became a student at the University Of Southern California (USC), where she continued to play for the college team in the position of forward. During her time at the USC, she scored 3,018 points, and had 1,534 rebounds. She won several prestigious awards, including the Naismith College Player of the Year three times, and was named NCAA Tournament MVP twice. Furthermore, she became the NCAA Champion with the USC in 1984 and 1985, and won the Wade Trophy.
After college graduation, she was drafted by several leagues and teams, including a team from the United States Basketball League, which is a men`s league, however, she had hurt her knee, and that stopped her from further pursuing her career as a professional basketball player.
Before she retired from playing basketball on a professional level, she was a part of the USA Women National team that won the gold medal in the Olympic Games, held in Los Angeles in 1984.
However, she stayed in the sport, working as assistant coach at the USC, and later becoming head coach of the team. She is currently the head coach of Langston University Women`s basketball team Langston Lions, and has been in that position since 2014, which has increased her net worth by a large margin.
In the past, she also worked as the head coach and general manager of the WNBA team Phoenix Mercury, which also added a lot to her net worth.
To speak further of her involvement in basketball, Cheryl worked for the ABC’s Wide World of Sports Sports and ESPN between 1987-1993, and she has been working as commentator for TNT; as early as 1995 she became a part of Turner Sports, and since then has contributed as a reporter and analyst for TBS and TNT, increasing further her net worth.
When it comes to speak about her personal life, there is no information in the media about Cheryl Miller, except the fact that her current residence is in Los Angeles, California.
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||1964-01-03|
|Place Of Birth||Riverside, California, United States|
|Education||University of Southern California, Riverside Polytechnic High School|
|Siblings||Reggie Miller, Darrell Miller, Saul Miller Jr.|
|1||Older sister of retired National Basketball Association star Reggie Miller, and younger sister of former Major League Baseball catcher Darrell Miller.|
|2||Miller played at Riverside Polytechnic High School (1978-1982) where she was a four-year letter winner and led her team to a 132-4 record.|
|3||She was the first player, male or female, to be named an All-American by Parade magazine four times. Averaging 32.8 points and 15.0 rebounds a game,.|
|4||Miller was Street & Smith's national High School Player of the Year in both 1981 and 1982.|
|5||Attended the University of Southern California.|
|Sports Theater with Shaquille O'Neal||1997||TV Series||Coach Tracy Thompson|
|Hangin' with Mr. Cooper||1997||TV Series||Coach Norris|
|Living Single||1994||TV Series||Denise Hatcher|
|30 for 30||2010||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Class C: The Only Game in Town||2008||Documentary||Herself - Four Time NCAA All-American|
|The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...||2005||TV Series||Herself|
|2003 NBA All-Star Game||2003||TV Special||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|The 6th Annual Black Achievement Awards||1985||TV Special||Herself|