Kenny Beecham

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Chicago, Illinois
  • Podcaster
  • Youtuber
  • Basketball analyst

Kentrell Beecham also known as KOT4Q (King of the Fourth Quarter) is a podcaster, youtuber, and basketball analyst. He is the founder of the Enjoy Basketball brand, co-host of Numbers on the Board Podcastand host of The Kenny Beecham Podcast. He formerly worked with Bleacher Report on Through The Wire Podcast Kenny has multiple Youtube channels, including his NBA2K gaming channel with over 1 million subscribers.

Early Life

Kenny was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He is in his mid to late 20's. At 19 years old, he quit his job at a Chicago vitamin store to pursue content creation full time after receiving a $500 check from Youtube. [1]

Creation of Enjoy Basketball

In March of 2022, Kenny created Enjoy Basketball, a brand which promotes positivity in the basketball community. [2] [3]

Transition from Through the Wire to Numbers on the Board

Kenny worked with Bleacher Report through House of Highlights, as a cohost of Through The Wire Podcast. Kenny worked with Bleacher Report through the end of 2023, where he and the other cohosts of Through The Wire left BR to start their own podcast. Kenny, with Pierre Andresen, Mike Heard, and Darrick Miller, created Numbers on the Board Podcast, which is owned by Kenny's company Enjoy Basketball. They are also produced by ESPN and Omaha Productions .[4]

The Kenny Beecham Podcast

The Kenny Beecham Podcast started The Kenny Beecham Podcast in the summer of 2023. This Podcast is also a part of the Enjoy Basketball brand.

Personal Life

Beecham was married in 2023. He has a young daughter.


  1. Salao, Colin (July 18, 2022). "How Kenny Beecham and YouTube's House of Highlights are turning a love of basketball into a digital media empire". Business Insider. Retrieved February 29, 2024.
  2. "Kenny Beecham". MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Retrieved February 29, 2024.
  3. "Who We are". Enjoy Basketball. Retrieved February 29, 2024.
  4. Stonebrook, Ian (January 11, 2024). "Kenny Beecham's Next Big Move". Boardroom. Retrieved February 29, 2024.

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