CBS college basketball analyst and broadcaster Clark Kellogg has made a huge impact throughout his career as a player, announcer and mentor. After a successful streak in high school, college and the NBA, Kellogg would undergo three knee surgeries that led him to begin questioning and seeking God. Through a local ministry program with the Indiana Pacers, Kellogg learned about God and the gifts He's given us. Soon thereafter, he gave his life to Christ and ultimately announced the end of his basketball career due to his injuries.
Other doors opened however, and Kellogg is in his 27th year as a broadcaster, and currently serves as the VP of Player Relations with the Indiana Pacers. In this role, he works with current players to help them succeed on and off the court through mentoring and building relationships with them to and helping them develop holistically off the court.
No matter what role I embrace, however, my faith remains my foundation. Christ is my all and the driver of my life. He permeates my very being and impacts everything I do...Whether I’m broadcasting, being a husband and father, mentoring our guys, or interacting with my colleagues, that’s who I am.