The network didn’t renew her contract, which expired last July 1, and the broadcasting veteran said she didn’t find out until the last minute. It was management that had come in when I was in an existing contract and they wanted their own people.” Cervasio was replaced this past season by Rebecca Haarlow, who had worked at Fox Sports Net, NFL Network and Big Ten Network.
After she covered the draft on June 25, when Phil Jackson selected Kristaps Porzingis with the No. “I was just told my contract was not renewed and all this crap about change and direction and the reporter’s job with the Knicks is going to have a new role and different roles,” Cervasio said.
One of the questions I get asked most often is ‘what do you do to stay in shape on the road?
’ I’ll admit, working out can take a backseat to prepping for a game or getting a few extra winks of sleep.
I mix it up with running, walking and various kinds of lunges to keep it fun and maximize the number of muscles I’m using and calories I’m burning.
After 20 minutes, I’m dripping sweat and ready to attack the rest of the day.
She also serves as a sideline reporter for Big Ten Network.
Previously she served as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports Net.
Afterward, Haarlow joined MSG Channel as a journalist for New York Knick telecast, substituting Tina Cervasio.
Rebecca Haarlow has an estimated net worth of $ 500 thousand dollars and also has a huge salary, which she is easily surviving herself.
There are also no any information about, where she invests and deposit her net worth, but according to some wiki sites, she invests in some local Hockey club and local media stations as well.
4 overall pick, Cervasio said she started learning Latvian words to speak to Porzingis in his native tongue. “So I really thought maybe they were going to go really young and really hot. I was like, ‘Hey, if I’m replaced by Greg Anthony’ — because he wasn’t working at the time [and a] former Knick analyst — I was like, ‘OK, I get it.’ I would have these up and down moments.
When she woke up the next day to go to the press conference with Jackson and the Knicks draft picks, she was told she was out of a job. Twenty-four hours later, I was livid.” Cervasio said she reached out to Mike Breen, the television play-by-play voice, because she thought they had good chemistry.