Devin Booker has a $30 million net worth.
American basketball player Devin Booker, also known as Devin Armani Booker. Devin Booker has a $30 million net worth as of 2022. He plays for the Phoenix Sun of the NBA, or National Basketball Association. His father is former basketball player Melvin Booker.
The Phoenix Suns selected him with the thirteenth overall pick in the first round of the 2015 NBA draught after he played one season of NCAA basketball with the Kentucky Wildcats. He set a new record for the youngest player to score over 60 points in a game on March 24, 2017, against the Boston Celtics. His final score was 70.
At the age of 22, he made NBA history by scoring 50 points in back-to-back games in March of 2019. He has been selected to the NBA All-Star team three times and helped the Suns reach the NBA Finals in 2021.
Devin Booker’s biography and wiki
Devin Booker, who was born on October 30, 1996, will be 26 years old in 2022. In Grand Rapids, Michigan, the United States, he was born and reared in a stable Christian home. He belongs to the American nationality and practises Christianity.
Grandville High School in Michigan, the United States, is where he finished his early education. After that, he attended Mississippi’s Moss Point High School. After that, he also enrolled himself at the American University of Kentucky.
His father taught in him the value of having both natural athleticism and a good basketball IQ. Booker had friends in middle school named Tyler Ulis and D’Angelo Russell, both of whom went on to play in the NBA.
|Full Name||Devin Armani Booker|
|Net Worth||$30 Million|
|Date of Birth||30 October 1996|
|Age||26 Years Old|
|Birth Place||Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States|
|Currently Live In||Grand Rapids|
|Years Active||2015 – Present|
|Ethnicity||Mexican, Puerto Rican, African and American Descent|
|Hometown||Grand Rapids, Michigan|
|School/High School||Grandville High School, Michigan, United States
Moss Point High School, Mississippi
|College/University||Kentucky University, United States|
Family, Girlfriend & Relationships
Devin Booker’s parents are Melvin Booker and Veronica Gutierrez. Devin Booker’s father’s name is Melvin Booker who is an American former professional basketball player by profession.
Devin Booker’s marital status is unmarried. From the year 2018 to the year 2019, he was reportedly dating Jordyn Woods who is an American socialite and model. There were early reports about Wood and his relationship in May 2018 when they were sighted on a double date with Kendall Jenner’s suspected boyfriend, Ben Simmons.
Later from the year 2020 to the year 2021, he was reported to be dating Kendall Jenner who is an American model social, media personality and socialist by profession.
|Father Name||Melvin Booker|
|Mother Name||Veronica Gutierrez|
|Brother Name||Davon Wade|
|Sister Name||Mya Powell|
|Girlfriend||Jordyn Woods (Ex)
Kendall Jenner (Ex)
Devin Booker is a good-looking smart and handsome man with a charming and dashing personality. He owns a strong and attractive physique with impressive body measurements and a normal body type.
He is about 6 feet 5 inches in height and his body weight is around 93 Kg. He has short and stylish black color hair and also has blistering dark brown color beautiful and mesmerizing eyes.
|Height (Approx)||in centimeters: 170 cm
in meters: 1.70 m
in feet inches: 5’ 6”
|Weight (Approx)||in kilograms: 93 kg
in pounds: 205 lbs
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
When he was in college, Devin Booker began playing basketball. After his first year of high school in Grandville, Michigan, where he participated in the freshman, junior varsity, and varsity basketball teams, he relocated to Mississippi.
He began working there in August 2011 after his father accepted a position as an assistant coach at Moss Point High School. He was defeated by Gulfport High School 52-32 in his team’s sixth game (15). He assisted Moss Point High School defeat Harrison Central and improve to 4-6 with a buzzer-beating shot from just beyond half court.
In the Laurel MLK Shootout against Northeast Jones, he came up nine points short of Litterial Green’s Moss Point record of 54 points set in 1988. In the game that followed, he scored 32 points and made the game-winning three-pointer against Murrah High School. According to his father, Missouri, Ole Miss, Florida, Alabama, Georgetown, Mississippi State, and Florida were among the interested schools.
In a 57-55 Division 7-5A tournament victory over Gautier, he scored 14 points while making no field goals in the second half. In the last game, Moss Point defeated Pascagoula High School 48-32 while limiting him to 8 points, a season-low. Due to the defeat, Wayne County High School, the reigning state champion, will face South State in the first round of the playoffs. To end Moss Point’s season, Wayne County’s defence held Booker to just one free throw in the opening period.
He scored 22.8 points on average per game for the South Mississippi Sun Herald. Second sophomore Sun Herald winner. He has received scholarships from Ole Miss, Alabama, Georgetown, Michigan, and South Alabama.
After his second year, he took part in the Kevin Durant Nike Skills Camp, the Elite 100 Camp, the LeBron James King’s Academy Camp, and the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League. He was unable to attend the May South Mississippi All-Star Basketball Showcase due to these obligations.