Chris Broussard — one of ESPN’s top NBA analysts — will speak at Cedarville University’s chapel service at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Jeremiah Chapel.
Broussard regularly appears on a variety of ESPN shows, such as Outside the Lines, First Take and the network’s flagship program, SportsCenter.
Broussard also is the founder of a men’s movement called K.I.N.G., which stands for Knowledge, Inspiration and Nurture through God. K.I.N.G. is a non-denominational movement that seeks to unite true Bible-believing Christian men across all denominational lines.
A former writer for the New York Times, Broussard also has authored several books and is a frequent speaker at churches, colleges, high schools, charitable fundraisers and youth-related events.
Broussard — a 1990 graduate of Oberlin College — was named as an African-American Man of Achievement by Bright Star Baptist Church in Cleveland in 1997.
Broussard also is taking part in two private receptions tonight at Cedarville that involve students majoring in sport management, as well as university leaders and the athletic department.