A graduate of California State University San Marcos in San Diego with a Bachelor's Degree in communication, Nick graduated from Chula Vista High School. Nick is old: class of 1991 and he has an AARP card that he uses to get into the movies cheaper. Nick played basketball in high school, and then played baseball and football in college at Mid-America Nazarene University his junior year in Olathe, Kansas. Nick realized that an education was much more important and went back to San Diego to CSU-San Marcos to concentrate on school.
Nick is an avid sports fan and loves to play basketball, flag football, softball, baseball, golf and just about anything that involves a ball and exercise at the same time.
Nick is the son of Andre and Shien-Tze James. He is an only child and is spoiled rotten. Nick has won several broadcasting awards for his work in New Mexico and also mentors kids that are interested in sports broadcasting.
In his short time here on the South Plains he has enjoyed covering all the high school sports as well as Texas Tech and LCU. This is Nick’s 7th year on-air broadcasting sports. He began his career in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and then Roswell, New Mexico before landing on the other side of the state in East Texas in Lufkin, where he covered Stephen F. Austin athletics with a slew of high school sports and Angelina Junior College.
"The people are very friendly and very outgoing. The people in Lubbock have been very nice to me and I intend to do my very best in covering the sports in the South Plains with enthusiasm and flair," Nick said.
Nick's favorite movies are Remember the Titans, Office Space, Wedding Crashers, Rudy, Coming To America and Transformers.
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