Jordan McRae Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Jordan McRae Background Check, Jordan McRae Public Records

Jordan McRae Celebrity Life

Jordan Tyler McRae or Jordan McRae is a basketball professional from America. He was born on March 28th, 1991 and currently plays for the Washington Wizards in the NBA. In his college days, he played with the Tennessee Volunteers.

Later, in the NBA drafts of 2014, he was picked as the 58th overall draft by the San Antonio Spurs. His height is 1.96 m and is a shooting guard as well as a small forward.


Professional Career

Melbourne United (2014–2015)

The San Antonio Spurs sold him to the Philadelphia 76ers on the same night he was selected and went to the Summer League of NBA in 2014. From 4 matches there, he had an average points tally of 21, 1.8 steals, and 1 assist per match.

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He signed for the Melbourne United during the NBL season of 2014–15. He earned the Player of the Week recognition for 11th round as he netted 30 points on two occasions against Sydney and Wollongong. We earned the award for the Player of the Month in December. At the close of the season, he had an average points tally of 19.9, 2.7 assists, 1 steal, and 4.7 rebounds out of the 27 matches he played. He also finished 3rd on scoring charts for the whole league.

Delaware 87ers (2015–2016)

Delaware 87ers picked him up in March 2015. They were the affiliates of the 76ers in the D-League. He netted a career-best tally of 39 points during a defeat versus the Oklahoma City Blue. He went to the Philadelphia 76ers to feature in the Summer League of NBA in 2015. He had an average of 12.5 points from 4 matches. He later signed with the Philadelphia 76ers. However, he was waived after 7 preseason matches.


McRae joined the 87ers again in November. He set a new career-best of 61 points, a new D-League record for a single match. He also made 7 assists and 11 rebounds during the overtime victory against the Canton Charge. He earned a call to the All-Star East team to play in the All-Star match of D-League for 2016.

Phoenix Suns (2016)

McRae agreed to a 10-day deal for the Phoenix Suns. He played his first NBA game on the same day making 4 assists and netting 12 points along with a steal and 2 rebounds from the 25 minutes as a substitute. He agreed to another 10-day deal with the Suns in February.

He received an assignment to Bakersfield Jam to feature in the All-Star match of the D-League. He scored 7 points and made 5 assists from just 14 minutes as East won against the West. He featured for the Suns in February and scored 8 points versus the Houston Rockets. He went back to Delaware as his contract ended after the match.

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Cleveland Cavaliers (2016–2017)

McRae agreed to a 10-day deal for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He also debuted on the same day versus the Washington Wizards, scoring 8 points as a substitute. In March, he agreed to a multi-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He received an assignment to Canton Charge for one day and played for them in the Eastern Conference Finals’ first Game in the D-League versus the Sioux Falls Skyforce. He went back to Cleveland and scored a career-best of 36 points with 7 assists and 4 rebounds from 47 minutes versus the Detroit Pistons.

Baskonia (2017)

McRae joined Baskonia in August 2017, but underwent surgery in his left shoulder, allowing him to play just three matches in EuroLeague

Washington Wizards (2018–present)

Washington Wizards signed McRae in September 2018. In April 2019 his contract was changed to a regular NBA contract.

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