Hannah Storm Reveals What Led Her To Become An ESPN SportsCenter Anchor

By Logan DeLoye

April 8, 2024

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Hannah Storm, ESPN's SportsCenter anchor since 2008, reveals how playground moves led her to pro courts in the latest episode of NBA DNA with Hannah Storm on iHeartRadio.

Per the summary, the podcast encompasses how Storm's childhood cultivated a love for basketball that ultimately directed her towards an entire future compromised of the popular sport.

"Hannah grew up on basketball literally, as her father Mike Storen was a GM, owner and eventually Commissioner of the ABA League in the seventies. Her life of growing up around basketball legends and pioneers in professional sports paved the way for her historic television career."

The beloved journalist tells the story of how she pursued her dreams throughout the podcast, with special guest appearances from hall of famers, prominent members of sports media, and current NBA superstars.

The most recent episode of the podcast, which aired on March 27th, dives into where Storm felt like she belonged most and the role her father's career played in honing in on her aspirations.

To learn more about the path that led Hannah Storm towards a life of sports hosting and commentating listen to the latest episode of NBA DNA with Hannah Storm titled "My Father's Basketball" on iHeartRadio now!

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