Dalen Cuff is a former basketball player in the United States who now works as a basketball analyst. He played collegiate basketball at Columbia University and now works for ESPN’s college basketball coverage as an in-game and studio analyst. He was a founding member of ESPN’s ACCN Network.
Columbia University graduate
Dalen Cuff is a native of Palm Harbor, Florida, who relocated to New York City to attend Columbia University. During his stay at Columbia, he was a collegiate basketball player for the Columbia University Lions as a point guard. He was even named captain of the collegiate basketball team during his final year.
In terms of total games played, lifetime three-point scoring, three-point percentage for a single season, and three-point scores made in a season, Cuff graduated from Columbia as one of the best players in the school’s history.
Instead of pursuing a career as a basketball player after graduation in 2006, Cuff chose to pursue a career in sports broadcasting.
Dalen Cuff began his career in sports broadcasting right after graduating from university in 2006. His first employment in broadcasting was at his alma institution, where he worked as a color commentator alongside play-by-play man Jerry Recco on Columbia University’s radio broadcasts of men’s basketball games.
Cuff began working for the Madison Square Garden Network in 2010 as a studio host, reporter, and basketball analyst for MSG Varsity, the network’s varsity sports network, covering high school basketball tournaments in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area.
In addition to being an in-studio and in-game college basketball expert, he presented The Sports Desk, nightly news, and highlights show. Cuff left MSG Varsity in 2013 after three years with the network.
In 2012, Cuff joined NBC Sports Network as a college basketball analyst. He was a host and reporter for Comcast SportsNet New England (CSNNE) and NBCSN in addition to being an analyst for NBC (NBC Sports Network).
Cuff hosted a variety of shows at CSNNE, including nightly news/highlights, opinion shows, team-specific magazine shows, and pre/post-game analysis and commentary. During his time at NBCSN, he also covered the 2016 Rio Olympics.
In 2016, Cuff began working on ESPN as a college basketball commentator. Since then, he’s been with the network. Cuff was key in the debut of ESPN’s ACCN Network on August 22, 2019, in addition to his expert opinion. The Atlantic Coast Conference is covered exclusively by the subscription-based transnational television channel.
Is Dalen Cuff married or unmarried?
Dalen Cuff is married to Adrienne Cuff, his longtime lover. He and his wife are currently live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
|United States of America
|6 Feet 2 Inch
|Palm Harbor, Florida, USA
|Former Basketball Player, Basketball Analyst
|Weight in KG