Andrews met ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, who had read her work at The Beacon, before an NBA Summer League game in 2017.
She interned at the Denver Post before joining The New York Times as a James Reston Reporting Fellow in the sports section.
Andrews also worked for the Chicago Tribune for a year before joining ESPN.com as a reporter covering the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks. He eventually moved to New York to cover the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets.
She was one of the first reporters to enter the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex for the 2019–20 NBA season in the Bubble in 2020. Andrews hosted a virtual interview with the top draftees during the 2020 NBA select show.
Andrews was nominated for an Emmy in the category of Emerging On-Air Talent in 2021.
Andrews' work as ESPN's sole black female NBA reporter has been acknowledged by the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Association of Black Journalists, and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Forbes named her one of the sports industry's 30 Under 30 for 2021.
She has been on SportsCenter, Get Up, NBA Countdown, Around the Horn, and The Jump, among other shows.
Andrews was announced as ABC's sideline reporter for the NBA Finals broadcast on July 6, 2021, succeeding Rachel Nichols.
Her career as a journalist brings her great income.
Malika Andrews' net worth is currently estimated at $0.5 million.
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Malika Andrews’ father is Mike.
Malika Andrews’ mother is Caren.
Siblings: Malika Andrews has a sister named Kendra Andrews.
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