A self proclaimed "basketball nerd," David not only met an associate's challenge to watch 225 college basketball games during the 2008-2009 season, he shattered it by catching 274 games. Talk about commitment. When it comes to professional hoops, David ...Read More
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A self proclaimed "basketball nerd," David not only met an associate's challenge to watch 225 college basketball games during the 2008-2009 season, he shattered it by catching 274 games. Talk about commitment. When it comes to professional hoops, David is obsessed with the off-season and considers himself a wizard with NBA mock drafts. He does not have any children, so his mock draft is considered his “baby.”
David graduated from Marquette University with a major in broadcasting and has been working in television journalism since 2001. He has covered such events as Brett Favre's retirement, un-retirement, retirement again, and un-retirement yet again. David was sprayed with champagne in the Brewers' locker room in 2008 when Milwaukee clinched their first post-season berth in 25 years and has been nominated for a Midwest Regional Emmy.
David is currently the Executive Vice President at The Sports Bank.net, founded by fellow Washington Times Community writer, Paul M. Banks. He also heads up the NBA and college basketball material at Walter Football.com.