Sarah Kustok is a sports correspondent at YES Network. She’s worked as sports analyzer, sideline reporter, and anchor for various television stations including ESPN and CSN. Having grown in the Chicago suburbs she was an enthusiastic Bulls supporter. She subsequently attended the DePaul University and received both her bachelors and master’s degrees. It was during her school days that she became adept at the three point shot. She was part of the Blue Devils women’s basketball team at University. She resides in Manhattan now. Kustok began her career in television as sports analyzer at ESPN. She also served as substitute anchor at CSN. She was the fill in sports anchor at WMAQ TV. She’s hosted the School Sports Minute and can also be a freelance sports anchor and reporter at WFLD TV. She also works for Versus. She joined the YES Network in the year 2012 when she stop working for CSN. While at YES Network, she’s had various duties as studio host, sideline reporter, so when host of the Internets Magazine, which will be a monthly issue. She’s been hailed as a versatile journalist. Being a real basketball player herself, she’d made her a valuable accession to the Nets Basketball coverage team. Sarah can also be a music fan and her favorites include Limp Bizkit, Janis Jopling, U2, Bailey Ray, and many more. She grew up watching Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen play, and since then basketball is becoming a natural part of her. She’s helped DePaul enter the NCAA twice while she was part of the Basketball team and the assistant trainer. In 2010, her mom was killed and her dad Allan Kustok was charged with the homicide. She later joked saying that she was preparing for a blind union as opposed to a blind date.