Doug Gottlieb is an American basketball coach. His brother is an assistant basketball coach at the University of California. He was born in Oklahoma. The Gottlieb family moved around a lot before settling in the Los Angeles area. Gottlieb lost his father to cancer in November 2014, and his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after. Gregg Gottlieb is a UCLA assistant coach, and his sister Wendy works in public relations.
In 2003, Gottlieb co-hosted a midday sports talk show on an Oklahoma City radio station. He was hired by ESPN Radio in September 2003 to co-host GameNight. Gottlieb also co-hosted “The Pulse,” a show airing weekdays from 8-10 Eastern. His hourly show started with “Um, right?”
Doug Gottlieb’s brother is also an ESPN broadcaster and radio personality. The Gottlieb brothers have hosted numerous television shows on ESPN. Doug Gottlieb’s first marriage was to his wife in late 1998, and they are now married with three children. Doug Gottlieb’s net worth is estimated to be between $58,000 and $75,000 annually, and he is expected to reach a net worth of $150 thousand by 2020. Gottlieb was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and attended Oklahoma State University. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in marketing in 2000.
Doug Gottlieb was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Bob and Jane Gottlieb. He received a Bachelor’s degree in marketing from Oklahoma State University in 2000. The Gottlieb family moved frequently because his father’s job took them to different states. Doug Gottlieb’s younger brother, Gregg, was born in Manhattan, Kansas. He is also a philanthropist and mentor at Oregon State. And the Gottlieb siblings are close by blood.