Khris Middleton Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Khris Middleton Celebrity Life

James Khristian Middleton or Khris Middleton is a basketball professional from America. He was born on August 12th, 1991 and plays with the Milwaukee Bucks from the NBA. He went to the Porter-Gaud School and played under the instruction of John Pearson.

He received the award for the best player of South Carolina during junior and senior days, he has also been a nominee for McDonald's All-American. In his college days, he played with the A&M University of Texas. He was a starter even in the freshman season.


During his sophomore year, he was honored with the All-Big 12 second-team after he led the Aggies in average points tally with 14.3 every match. The Detroit Pistons selected Middleton as a 39th pick during the NBA drafts of 2012. He earned a selection into the All-Star for the first time in 2019.

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Professional Career

Detroit Pistons (2012–2013)

After signing his rookie contract with the Pistons in August of 2012, he was deployed to the Development League of NBA to play for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. After a week there, he was called back to the Pistons. He played only 27 matches during the Rookie season with an average of 6.1 points, 1 assist, and 1.9 rebounds from average playtime of 17.6 minutes every match.

Milwaukee Bucks (2013–present)

Middleton, Viacheslav Kravtsov, and Brandon Knight were sold to the Milwaukee Bucks in July 2013 as a part of a player exchange deal. He ended up playing all matches in the 2012-13 season and started 64 matches with an average points tally of 12.1, 2.1 assists, 1 steal, and 3.8 rebounds from average playtime of 30 minutes average playtime. In December 2013, he set a career-best points tally of 29 during a victory versus the Washington Wizards.


In December 2014, Middleton scored a winning buzzer-beater to beat the Phoenix Suns and he scored a total of 14 points. He set a new career-best points tally of 30 during a victory against the Washington Wizards.

After his second season, he had an average points tally of 13.4 and an assist count of 2.3 per match.

He signed with the Bucks again in 2015 and it involved a pay rise. He netted 36 versus the Oklahoma City Thunder which was his career-best. During a victory against the Minnesota Timberwolves in March, he made 32 points with 8 out of 9 3-point shots successful.

It was the highest number of 3-pointers by a Buck since 2011. He equaled his career highest tally of 36 during a victory against the Philadelphia 76ers.

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Middleton sustained an injury in the left hamstring and was sidelined for 6 months as he needed surgery. He played his season debut in February 2017 and netted 5 in a defeat at the hands of Miami Heat. He netted season-best of 30 points from the victory against Los Angeles Lakers in March 2017.

Middleton set a new career-best of 43 during a victory against e Charlotte Hornets. He registered 40 points during a victory against the Suns in November 2017. He landed the initial triple-double of his career scoring 23, making 10 assists, and 14 rebounds during a defeat versus the Philadelphia 76ers.

In October 2018, he made 7 out of 8 3-point attempts and a total tally of 30 points during a victory against the New York Knicks. He netted 29 points during a victory against the Brooklyn Nets in December.

He earned a selection to reserves of the All-Star team from the Eastern Conference. His season-best was 39 points during a victory against the Los Angeles Clippers in March. After the 2019 season, he extended his contract to 5 more years.

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