Jordan Schultz is The Huffington Post's sports columnist and writes The Schultz Report, a daily blog in which he dishes on all things sports. He is also the co-host of Sirius XM's The Afternoon Drive on the Bleacher Report channel, as well as a college basketball analyst for <a href="http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2416861-jordan-schultzs-college-basketball-awards-freshman-coach-player-of-the-year" rel="nofollow">Bleacher Report</a> and a former co-host of the NBC Sports Radio program, <a href="http://nbcsportsradio.com/" rel="nofollow">"Kup and Schultz,"</a> which aired every Sunday morning from 9-12 ET. A proud native of Seattle, he is a former all-state and college shooting guard. He began his journalism career with the <em>Los Angeles Times</em>, chronicling the best pick-up basketball games in L.A. He also played a prominent role in reporting the 2008 NBA Draft for <em> latimes.com</em>. His hoops blog, 10 Feet High, was anthologized in "The Best Sports Blogs of 2010." Before HuffPost, he worked as a sportswriter, broadcaster, producer and editor for FanHouse.com, while gaining national notoriety for his on-site video series on the "D-League", which he both played in and covered, including earning a trip to the vaunted "second stage" with the Idaho Stampede. He has appeared on The Today Show, MSNBCs The Cycle, The Last Word, The Daily Rundown, CBS This Morning, Inside Edition, Entertainment Tonight, as well as WNBCs The Debrief, NPR, The Bill Press Show, Fox Sports Radio, Yahoo Sports Radio, NBC Sports Radio and ESPN Radio.