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How Kevin Negandhi’s SportsCenter Dreams Became a Reality

By Shashwat Baxi On April - 21 - 2010

Every single day, millions of Americans tune in to ESPN’s family of channels and networks.

Since its creation in 1979, SportsCenter has grown to be one of the most, if not the most, popular sports-related programs in television history. 

In 2007, SportsCenter aired its 30,000th episode and still continues to grow in fanbase and viewership. As the popularity of SportsCenter and the entire ESPN network continues to grow, so too do many dreams of being an ESPN anchor.

From the likes of Chris Berman and Bob Ley to Stuart Scott and Scott Van Pelt, SportsCenter anchors are now becoming as popular as the superstar athletes that they are reporting about.

One of these SportsCenter anchors is West Philadelphia native Kevin Negandhi. Negandhi joined ESPN in September of 2006 as a host for ESPNews. Since then, he has worked his way to becoming one of the most regularly seen personalities on ESPN’s SportsCenter.

How did this average Indian guy go from being a 14-year-old kid with a dream to a household name on the largest sports channel in the world?

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