Lenn Robbins

Lenn Robbins was born and raised in Brooklyn and has covered professional, college and Olympic sports for more than 30 years. He began his career at Greenwich Time in Connecticut where he was awarded a varsity letter by the girls field hockey team, which remains his fondest honor.

After gaining national recognition for his reporting on the New York Jets’ last game at Shea Stadium, Lenn covered professional and college sports for The Record (N.J.), winning the Associated Press Sports Editors highest honor for his coverage of the 1994 NYC Marathon. He was awarded the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association Good Guy Award in 2011.

Lenn fulfilled a lifelong dream in 1997 when he was hired by The New York Post where he covered college and professional football and basketball for 16 years in addition to the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics and the Athens Summer Olympic Games. He appeared regularly on ESPN, FOX, NY1, SNY and YES. Lenn served as the president for the Football Writers of America Association and remains a Heisman Trophy voter.

Before joining MSGNetworks.com, Lenn was the in-house, multi-media reporter for the Brooklyn Nets. Lenn traveled with the team to Great Britain and China. In addition to digital reporting, Lenn was the featured guest on the team’s pregame live stream show.

Lenn lives in Manhattan with his son, Harry, a proud member of the New York City Cyclones Pee Wee Major team. Lenn is a lifetime member of the NAACP and supports God’s Love We Deliver and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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