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ESPN’s Malika Andrews is Dating NBA Reporter Dave McMenamin

ESPN’s Dave McMenamin and Malika Andrews are topping the trends on Twitter after it was revealed that they are dating. Twitter folks are reacting to reports that Dave and Malika are now a couple via Side Action;

ESPN has a love story on their hands.

First let’s make the intros. Dave McMenamin is an NBA reporter for ESPN, he began his career as a NBA reporter back in 2009, working as a beat writer and television analyst primarily covering the Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers. He’s been covering the league in 2005 for Now it looks like he’s covering his co-worker Malika Andrews.

Malika Andrews is a journalist at ESPN as well, an NBA Reporter too and also the host of ESPN’s weekday NBA studio show, NBA Today.

McMenamin and Andrews are apparently dating, and the internet was pretty shook.

Apparently, around ESPN this is an open secret, but they chose for obvious reasons to keep it very low-key. Andrews just won a sports Emmy.

ESPN won 11 Sports Emmy Awards last night, the most of any network group, as the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honored the best in sports media during the 43rd Annual Sports Emmy Awards ceremony, the organization’s first in-person live ceremony in three years.

ESPN received nods in a wide range of categories, reflecting its commitments to: direct-to-consumer, innovation, diverse storytelling, quality programming and audience expansion. Wins received are in multiple sport categories such as NFL, NBA, NHL and college sports, along with multiple individual recognitions and Spanish language programming via ESPN Deportes. ESPN has now won 232 Sports Emmy Awards in 35 years of eligibility, tying its own records for the most wins since 2015 and 1996.

Malika Andrews for Outstanding Personality/Emerging On-Air Talent.

Now flip to the next page to see how Twitter is reacting to the news. Let’s just say they aren’t reacting well to it. Cheer up fellas lot of fish in the sea.

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