Jordan Bone Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Jordan Bone Celebrity Life

After enjoying some impressive basketball this season, with a double-double early in December 2019, and helping his team win three consecutive matches in which his average points were 23, Detroit Piston’s point guard Jordan Latham Bone has been enjoying some good b-ball performances of late.

He was out with a sore knee in between but bounced back to score 34 points, five assists and rebounds each, and even a steal in the 39 minutes he spent on court in a winning match against Texas. This was the first time Bone was able to cross the 30 points mark this year and was able to help the Grand Rapids score a crucial win during overtime.

Experts have observed this rookie improving on his scores on a gradual basis while adapting more and more to the rigorous professional basketball playing methods. In the 10 G league games that Bone has appeared so far in this season, his average has remained 18.5 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 7.7 assists while spending roughly 35 minutes on court.

 

Childhood and Early Career

Born on 5th November 1997 in Nashville, Tennessee, Bone’s parents are Joshua Bone Sr. and Rhonda. His father is the deputy of the Sheriff of Davidson County while there is not much information available about his mother. His father has also remained a basketball player, having represented his college, Berry College, in several matches. Bone also has two brothers, Joshua Jr. and Jaryn Bone.

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Bone was enrolled in the Ensworth High School followed by studying Recreation and Sport management as one of his subjects when he was with the University of Tennessee. While he was in high school, he was a member of their varsity basketball team and one of his teammates was another future NBA player, James Wiseman.

 

While in college, Bone’s average stood at 7.2 points during freshman year. But Bone appeared to be set on making a career in basketball which is why he continuously improved his game and the results were evident with his scores improving during his later college years. His average was 7.3 points and 3.5 assists during his sophomore year but shot up 13.5 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 5.8 assists when he was in his junior year. His contributions helped the Tennessee team get a spot in the “Sweet 16” list and post a 31-6 winning season.

At the end of that season, Bone declared for the 2019 National Basketball Association (NBA) draft while forgoing the last year of his eligibility.

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Later Career

In the 2nd round of the NBA draft, Bone was the overall 57th pick and he was drafted by the New Orleans Pelicans but was almost immediately traded off to the Detroit Pistons. In July of 2019, Bone inked a two-way contract with the Detroit Pistons and as a part of its terms is required to spend time between the Pistons and their affiliate G league team, the Grand Rapids Drive. So far, his NBA career has mainly been comprised of G league matches and going by the current averages, will be a valuable addition to the Pistons when he appears for them formally.

Bone is a 6 ft 3 in a tall player who weights approximately 180 lbs and has an estimated salary of $79,586 in his first NBA season. His agents are Jose Smith and Thaddeus Foucher. Known as having above-average passing skills, Bone’s brother Joshua Jr. is also a basketball player who also played for the University of Tennessee. Bone has so far enjoyed an overall successful run in basketball without any serious injuries appearing in the maximum number of games in all the seasons he has played.

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