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How to Become a Sports Analyst: 12 Steps (with Pictures) – wikiHow


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To become a sports analyst, start by taking as many math classes as you can to help you understand how to apply statistics to player performance and game outcomes. While you’re still in school, try out for a sports team to gain practical knowledge of how a team operates. Additionally, to hone your communication skills, try writing out your thoughts and analyses of games you watch on TV, or attend at your school. Finally, talk to coaches, recruiters, or sports reporters, and ask them about their jobs to learn the business and develop important contacts. To learn which degrees give you the best chance of having a successful career as a sports analyst, read on.

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