Dion Waiters Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Dion Waiters Celebrity Life

Dion Waiters played basketball professionally for the Miami Heat under the NBA (National Basketball Association). Presently, he plays for Memphis Grizzlies. He played basketball for the Syracuse Orange in his college career. The Cleveland Cavaliers selected him with the 4th overall pick within the 2012 NBA draft.


Personal Information

Dion Waiters plays basketball at the position of shooting guard. His birthplace was Philadelphia in Pennsylvania and his birth date is 10th December 1991. His height is 6 ft 3 inches or 1.91 m and his body weight is 210 lb or 95 kg. His nationality is American. Dion Waiters Sr. and Monique Brown are his parents.

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Professional Information

Dion Waiter joined Bartram High School as well as South Philadelphia High School in his freshman season. But he didn’t play basketball at any of these schools. He joined South Kent School in the sophomore season of his high school career. After that, he had started playing basketball at Life Center Academy during his junior as well as senior career.

Dion got the ran positioning the 15th best overall recruit considering ESPNU and also got the rank of No.2 for the best shooting guard within the ESPN 100 when he played as a senior. Rivals.com ranked him for the best basketball player overall recruit positioning the 15th place.

Dion Waiters started his college career by joining Syracuse and played basketball for them from 2010 to 2012. He played his freshman season at Syracuse and scored at an average of 6.6 points including 1.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists for each game. He scored 18 points in a 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament and played against Marquette.

 Dion also played his sophomore season at Syracuse and scored at an average of 12.6 points including 2.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists. He achieved the All-Big East honors of third-team when he was selected for the Sixth Man of the Year in the Big East. His name was placed for AP Honorable Mention All-American. He was also selected for playing basketball with a team of the All-Big East Tournament in his sophomore season.

The Cleveland Cavaliers drafted Dion Waiters by selecting the 4th overall pick within the 2012 NBA draft. He played basketball Cleveland Cavaliers from 2012 to 2015. He played basketball against the Sacramento Kings on 14th January 2013 and career-high points of 33. During All-Star Weekend of 3013 NBA, his name was also placed for playing within the game of Raising Star Challenge along with the other teammates such as Tristan Thompson, Kyrie Irving, and Tyler Zeller.

Dion Waiters Public Records

Dion Waiters started to play for the Oklahoma City Thunder on 5th January 2015. He debuted his playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder with a poor scoring of 4 points when playing against the Sacramento Kings on 7th January 2015. He led the team to win over the Utah Jazz by scoring 15 points two days later. He also led the to win over the Minnesota Timberwolves by scoring career-high points of 33 on 15th April 2015.

Dion played for Miami Heat from 2016 to 2020. He started playing for Memphis Grizzlies on 6th February 2020.

Background Check Information

When Dion Waiters was born, his father was imprisoned and his mother aged 17. His mother raised him. His grandmother died after four after Dion’s birth. Dion Waiters consistently suffered from loose cartilage and ankle sprain during his rookie season and failed to play 21 games throughout the year.

Dion Waiters elbowed Manu Ginobili roe making required space to inbound the ball was highly scrutinized by media personnel and the public.

Miami suspended Dion due to offense of “conduct detrimental to the team” on 19th October 2019.

Dion Waiters failed to play a game against the Loss Angeles Lakers for a panic attack which was stemmed from over consumed THC-infused edibles. The Heat suspended him for 6 games on 12th December 2019 for his misconduct.

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