Kenneth Smith is a retired basketball player of NBA. He has also won many Emmys for his work in Inside the NBA. He is also a TV personality and basketball analyst of TNT.

Personal life

Smith was born in New York. He attended Archbishop Molloy High School and played for the school team. In 1983, he was named as McDonald’s All-American. He married Gwendolyn Osborne in 2006. He has two children with her. His wife is a model of The Price Is Right. Prior to Osborne, he was married to Dawn Reavsis. He has two children with Dawn.

He met Osborne in a charity event in 2004. They dated for two years and got married in California. Their marital life is going smooth, without any problems or rumors. Osborne was not married before but has one child from her previous relationship. Kenny never talked about his personal life and dating history. His previous girlfriends before meeting his wife are not known to the media. Kenny and Dawn were considered to be very close. Media came to know that Kenny divorced Dawn only when he was married to Osborne. The reason for the separation and the divorce proceedings are not known to the media. Kenny still maintains a good relationship with his children from previous marriage and thus, it is assumed that the divorce was a smooth one.

Kenny never talked about his marital life. Osborne is also not very open to media. Thus, there is very little that we know about their personal life. Kenny never talked about his childhood, parents and siblings. Since there are no rumors, it is assumed that Kenny is having a smooth and peaceful marital life with his wife and smooth relationship with his children and step-children.

Dawn was not active on social media. Thus, her side of the divorce story is not known to the media. It is not known whether or not she is married or in a relationship. His net worth is 15 million dollars, as of 2012. His current net worth is not known to the media. He makes one million dollar per year from his contract with TNT. His other project details and income specifications are not known to the media.


Kenny joined Michael Jordan in Tar Heels. He played a lot of games for his college team and was a part of 1986 FIBA World Championship. He also won a gold medal in the match. In 1987, he was drafted by NBA for Sacramento Kings. He was named to NBA All Rookie Team. He was traded to Atlanta Hawks in 1989. In the same year, he was again traded to Houston Rockets, where he played for six seasons. In 1995, he signed up with Detroit Pistons. He played only 9 games before he was waived off. In 1998, he started working for Turner Sports as Studio Analyst for NBA regular season. He also appeared in NBA TV as basketball analyst. In 2005, he became a commentator for MSG Networks for NBA games and playoff. In the same year, he also worked as an analyst for CBS.

Last Modified: May 11, 2020

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