Elie Seckbach

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Elie Seckbach is an Israeli-born, American sports writer who has been covering the NBA since 1997 along with Boxing. His YouTube Channel EsNews has over 210,000,000 page views and over 95,000 Subscribers. He has worked for the Los Angeles Daily News [1] as well as news outlets in Israel. In 2008, he began reporting for AOL Sports FanHouse [2] He also has appeared in the film Who Shot Mamba. In October 2008 he began reporting for NBC-TV's website covering the Los Angeles Lakers. In September 2008 Seckbach was a featured speaker at The Blog World convention in Las Vegas talking about new media and journalism. In June 2009 Yahoo Sports wrote about hip-hop superstar Lil' Wayne dropping a rap song in honor of Lakers star Kobe Bryant. Seckbach was sampled in the song six times—including part of an interview he did with Orlando's Mickael Pietrus. In 2011 Seckbach produced a reality show about top boxing trainer, Robert Garcia, trainer of year 2011, 2012, 2013 there are over 100 episodes of the Robert Garcia Reality Show.

Seckbach also worked as a boxing correspondent for AOL Sports FanHouse before going on to establish his own boxing video news website.

Away from the NBA, Elie has covered major news events and has won both a Golden Mike and an Emmy Award. In 2009 Seckbach was nominated by the Associated Press and won the Mark Twain Award.

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