Michael Grange joined Sportsnet in 2011 as a columnist for Sportsnet.ca and regular contributor to Sportsnet magazine. Since first joining the network, Grange has established himself as one of the network’s leading basketball insiders, contributing to Raptors on Sprotsnet broadcasts and regularly appearing on Prime Time Sports and Sportsnet Central.
Growing up in Montreal, Grange was an active athlete and dedicated sports fan. Playing CIS basketball during his university years, Grange attended Mount Allison University before studying journalism at the University of Western Ontario. After time pursuing other experiences, Grange finally landed a media job with the Globe and Mail where he would work as a sports reporter for 15 years. Joining Sportsnet in 2011, Grange has become a leading source for all sporting news and a major contributor to Sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet magazine.
Grange’s career highlights to date include covering Michael Jordan’s last NBA Championship, covering Mike Weir’s 2003 Masters win and the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games. Currently living in Toronto with his wife and two children, Grange also co-wrote the best-selling book “Leafs Abomination” and won a National Magazine Award in 2003.