Did Doris Burke Undergo Plastic Surgery?

What plastic surgery procedures did Doris Burke do? Below we gathered Doris Burke’s plastic surgery facts like nose jobs, botox, lips, and boob jobs. Check it out!


Doris Burke is a US sports analyst and announcer for NBA championship on ESPN sports channel and ABC games. Earlier she worked as a specialist for WNBA games on MSG. She has also worked on New York Knicks games. Doris Burke has been the first female commentator to give commentary for New York Knicks game on television and radio. She is also honored for her revolutionary performance, where she got chosen to enter the Basketball Hall of Fame by winning the Curt Gowdy Media Award 2018.

Doris Burke got married to Gregg Burke, who had been working at the post of head Golf instructor at the University of Rhode Island. The couple had two children. The couple took a divorce after a few years of their marriage. On March 27, 2020, Doris Burke got infected by the Coronavirus. According to medical reports, her state is recovering.

Plastic Surgery Facts

This honor, however, will not be a curtain call. As a woman thriving in a man’s world, she plans on broadcasting for the foreseeable future. “I promise you,” Burke told Kramer, “I’m not having plastic surgery.

Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Doris Burke went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.

Doris Burke - Plastic Surgery Overview
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)N/A
Breast AugmentationN/A
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Can you tell from the photos whether Doris Burke's body and face are natural?

Impressive: Regardless of whether or not plastic surgery is involved, Doris Burke still looks stunning.

Doris Burke Quotes

"When I started women's college basketball coverage, it was exploding. I happened into a men's college basketball game because of a mistake, someone not showing up. So I've sort of been the beneficiary of good timing."

Doris Burke

"I was a very shy kid. The only place I had confidence was in between the lines of a basketball court."

Doris Burke

"I feel like every repetition, every game, every practice that I'm allowed to watch, I'm picking up some small piece of information, a nuance about the game or a coach's philosophy."

Doris Burke

"The last time I played basketball it was eight weeks after I delivered my second child. You know that expression - the mind believes and the body would not follow? That was me on that particular day."

Doris Burke

"In 1990, I was an assistant coach at Providence College, but I knew I wanted to get married and have children. I did not think I could be a great basketball coach and be a great mom."

Doris Burke