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Tony Kornheiser Net Worth 2022, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki and Career Details

Wife/Spouse Name: Karril Kornheiser (m.1973-present) Kids/Children Name: Michael Kornheiser, Elizabeth Kornheiser. Profession: Columnist, former sportswriter and American TV sports talk show host. Net Worth: $20 million. Last Updated: May 2022. Tony is a well-known American television sports talk show, columnist and former sportswriter. He has been widely known for his...
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Tony Kornheiser Reacts To Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Speculation

Both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are included in the field for this month's PGA Championship. Obviously, they both bring plenty of buzz to the course with them. While Woods is unquestionably the bigger name, ESPN's Tony Kornheiser thinks there's more potential intrigue surrounding Mickelson appearing at Southern Hills. He...
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Why ESPN's Tony Kornheiser was having none of the WM Phoenix Open's name change

If you watched or read any coverage of the WM Phoenix Open over the weekend, you may have noticed the new name — it used to be the Waste Management Phoenix Open. WM rebranded itself “to reflect the company’s focus on continuous innovation and sustainable solutions for the company and its customers,” according to a release on the tournament website. “WM’s slogan is also changing from Think Green to For Tomorrow to convey the brand promise of ‘always...

Tony Kornheiser Reacts To The Russell Westbrook Drama

On Wednesday night, Los Angeles Lakers head coach Frank Vogel made headlines when he decided to bench point guard Russell Westbrook. Vogel made the decision after Westbrook struggled on the defensive side of the ball. Late in the game against the Indiana Pacers, Westbrook made an error that saw him riding the pine for the rest of the game.

Tony Kornheiser Has 4 Teams In Mind For Baker Mayfield

Tony Kornheiser of ESPN’s PTI believes Baker Mayfield needs a fresh start. It’s been a highly disappointing season for Mayfield. There’s no way around it. He’s posted career lows in passing yards (3,010) and touchdowns (17), couldn’t stay healthy and failed to lead the Browns to the playoffs.

Tony Kornheiser Lists 4 Teams That Should Have Interest In Mayfield

Days after a disappointing performance as the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, Baker Mayfield‘s potential future plans are hitting the airwaves. What we do know for fact is that Mayfield will get the necessary shoulder surgery this week to allow him time to recover by the late spring OTAs.

Tony Kornheiser Not Happy With 1 Team’s Playoff Ranking

The College Football Playoff rankings are almost always met with a fair amount of criticism, no matter what the committee does. But on Wednesday, the latest poll drew out the ire of ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser. The Pardon The Interruption host voiced his displeasure with one particular decision the committee made...

Barack Obama Surprised Tony Kornheiser And Michael Wilbon To Celebrate The 20th Anniversary Of ‘Pardon The Interruption’

The Pardon the Interruption 20th anniversary celebration rolled on this week, and to cap off the hit ESPN show’s actual anniversary, hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon received a congratulatory message from former President Barack Obama. As Kornheiser explained, this was a surprise largely organized by ESPN’s Pablo Torre, at which point Obama popped up on screen, much to the delight of the two hosts.

Tony Kornheiser Says The Sixers Should Trade Ben Simmons For Bradley Beal

Everybody's talking about Ben Simmons right now. The former first-overall pick has reached out to the Philadelphia 76ers to let them know that he doesn't intend to play for the team anymore:. "In a looming standoff that could have lasting implications for the NBA, Philadelphia 76ers All-Star forward Ben Simmons...
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Tony Kornheiser Says a Ben Simmons-Bradley Beal Trade ‘Benefits Both Teams'

Kornheiser says a Simmons-Beal trade 'benefits both teams' originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Training camps across the NBA begin in just about a week and the biggest news entering the season is the ongoing saga between the Philadelphia 76ers and Ben Simmons. Simmons has reportedly requested a trade and...

Tony Kornheiser calls out Joel Embiid as a liar

Joel Embiid called out the media on Wednesday after reports suggested that the Philadelphia 76ers were left to choose between Embiid and Ben Simmons as the two reportedly have been engaged in an escalating rift. The 76ers All-Star center refuted the report, saying he loves playing with Simmons and that...

The Night Kiss Made ‘PTI”s Tony Kornheiser Quit His Job

Pardon the Interruption host Tony Kornheiser said attending a Kiss concert immediately convinced him to quit his job as a music critic. "I was a rock critic at Newsday, [and] I went to the Calderone Music Theater in Hempstead one night to see Kiss," the longtime ESPN host explained on a new episode of The Tony Kornheiser Show. "I'd not heard of Kiss, not heard of them at all. I watched this band go onstage in that makeup, four pretty big guys, and bang out a sound that was deafening." (According to, Kiss played the Calderone Concert Hall on Aug. 23, 1975.)