Devin Booker Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Kids, National Basketball Association (NBA), Net Worth

Devin Booker

Devin Booker Biography

Devin Booker is an American professional basketball player for the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association (NBA). After playing college basketball for one season with the Kentucky Wildcats, Booker was selected by the Phoenix Suns in the first round of the 2015 NBA draft with the 13th overall pick.

Devin is a three-time NBA All-Star and helped the Suns reach the NBA Finals in 2021. Booker also won a gold medal on the 2020 U.S. Olympic team in Tokyo. He is the son of former basketball player Melvin Booker.

Devin Booker Age

Booker was born on 30th October, 1996, Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.

Devin Booker Height

Devin stand at a height of 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) tall.

Devin Booker Weight

Booker weighs 206 lb (93 kg)

Devin Booker Nationality

Booker is an American nationality.

Devin Booker Ethnicity

Devin is Multiracial.

Devin Booker Education

Booker attended Grandville High School and later joined University Of Kentucky.

Devin Booker Parents

Devin Booker was born to Veronica Gutiérrez, a cosmetologist, and Melvin Booker, is an American former professional basketball player. A 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m), 185 lb (84 kg) point guard, he played for the University of Missouri. Despite his accomplishments, Booker was not selected in the 1994 NBA draft. He played in the NBA for the Houston Rockets during the 1995–96 season; and the Denver Nuggets and Golden State Warriors, during the 1996–97 season, for 32 games.

Devin Booker Siblings

Devin was an only child of his parents, he had two half-siblings: a half-brother named Davon Wade and a half-sister named Mya Powell.

Devin Booker Wife

Booker and Jenner were first spotted on a double date with other people in May 2018. While the model was seeing Ben Simmons at the time, Booker was linked to Kylie Jenner’s then-best friend Jordyn Woods. In February 2019 that Booker and Woods’ relationship quietly fizzled out before she was caught kissing Khloé Kardashian’s on-again, off-again boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, at a party.

The scandal, which prompted Kardashian and Thompson to split, also resulted in the end of Woods and Kylie’s friendship. (Kardashian and Thompson got back together in August 2020.). Kendall, Woods, Booker and Simmons dined together in Los Angeles in May 2018. The twosome were spotted on a road trip to Sedona, Arizona, on April 29, 2020. The model cuddled up to the athlete at her 25th birthday party in November 2020.

The duo proved to be going strong in the new year after Booker reposted a steamy snap of Kendall in a bikini in January 2021 via Instagram. That same month, the reality TV personality posted a pic watching her man and the Phoenix Suns take on the Dallas Mavericks on the social media platform.

Devin Booker Children

Devin Booker does not have any children.

Devin Booker National Basketball Association (NBA)

Devin Booker is a 26-year old American professional basketball player who plays at the Shooting Guard or Point Guard position for the Phoenix Suns in the NBA. He was the 13th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft selected by the Phoenix Suns.

Booker agreed to a four-year on 7th July, 2022, $224 million maximum contract extension with the Suns; the same day, he was announced as one of the cover stars of NBA 2K23. On November 18, Booker scored a season-high 49 points alongside 8 rebounds and 10 assists in a 134–133 loss to the Utah Jazz.

Devin was named the Player of the Week in the Western Conference for his performance during Week 6 of the season During the 2021–22 NBA season, on November 29, 2021,, which helped the Suns achieve a franchise-record 18-game winning streak. He received the honor again on January 17, 2022 for his efforts during Week 13.

Booker reached 8,000 points scored in a 130–126 overtime loss to the Denver Nuggets on January 22, 2021, , straining his left hamstring during that overtime. He returned to action on February 1, reaching 700 career three-point shots, including a game-winning 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds left in the game, to win 109–108 over the Dallas Mavericks.

Devin played in the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League and participated in the Elite 100 Camp, the LeBron James King’s Academy Camp, and the Kevin Durant Nike Skills Camp. These commitments caused him to miss the inaugural South Mississippi All-Star Basketball Showcase in May.

Booker participated in the Kevin Durant Skills Academy, the LeBron James Skills Academy, the CP3 Elite Guard Camp, and the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) Top 100 camp. His fellow participants in the NBPA camp voted him to the camp’s 10-man all-star team. Booker also participated against international competition at the Nike Global Challenge.

Booker almost put up a triple-double with 35 points, a career-high 12 rebounds on November 23, 2019, and 9 assists in a 100–98 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. From December 27, 2019 until January 7, 2020, Booker scored over 30 points in seven straight games, including a 40-point performance in a loss against the Memphis Grizzlies on January 5.

Devin scored 18 points in a 98–92 loss to the Brooklyn Nets to reach 3,000 career points and the fourth-youngest player in NBA history to score 3,000 points On November 6, 2017, behind LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Carmelo Anthony. On November 13, a 36-point game and 26th 30-point in his career tied Steve Nash for 15th most in franchise history. Over the Suns’ first 17 games of the season, Booker had seven 30-point games. On December 4, Booker scored a season-high 46 points in a 115–101 win over the Philadelphia 76ers.

Booker outscored the entire Ocean Springs High School team 40–39 through three quarters en route to a 48-point finish as Moss Point won 100–55. He followed up this performance with a 30-point outing, including 7 three-pointers, in a win over 54–37 win over Laurel High School in the second annual Melvin Booker Shootout, named in honor of his father. The following week, Booker left a game against Harrison Central High School in the third quarter with a sprained MCL; he had scored just 9 points, but grabbed 7 rebounds.

Booker trained with head coach Earl Watson and former NBA player Baron Davis at UCLA, was invited to be on the select team that practices against Team USA in preparation for the Summer Olympics, and played two games for the Suns during the Las Vegas Summer League.

Devin signed his rookie scale contract with the Suns, and in seven subsequent Summer League games, he averaged 15.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game. He went on to make his NBA debut two days before his 19th birthday, in the Suns’ season opener against the Dallas Mavericks. In 21 minutes of action against the Mavericks, he scored 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting in a 111–95 loss.

Devin Booker Position

Booker has an Overall 2K Rating of 91 with a Versatile Offensive Force Build. He has a total of 33 Badges. The above line graph shows his NBA 2K23 Rating Season Movement while below are his Attributes, Badges, Hot Zones and 2K Rating Over the Years.

Devin Booker Current Contract

Devin Booker signed a 5 year / $158,253,000 contract with the Phoenix Suns, including $158,253,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $31,650,600. In 2022-23, Booker will earn a base salary of $33,833,400, while carrying a cap hit of $33,833,400 and a dead cap value of $33,833,400

Devin Booker National team

Devin Booker drew interest from the Mexican and U.S. national teams. He played on the 2016 USA Select Team that trained against the 2016 U.S. Olympic team. In February 2020, he was named a finalist to play on the 2020 United States men’s Olympic basketball team. However, the 2020 Summer Olympics were postponed into 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, Booker and Team USA won the Olympic gold medal in men’s basketball.

Devin Booker Starting Five Foundation

Booker has his own charitable foundation called the Starting Five, which grants five nonprofit organizations $100,000 each, and plans to donate $500,000 to Phoenix charities per year for 5 years.

Phoenix Suns Charities introduced the “Devin Booker Starting Five” in 2019, an initiative that recognizes five local nonprofit organizations with a $100,000 grant to continue improving the lives of youth and families in need throughout Arizona. This has been made possible thanks to a generous donation from Phoenix Suns Guard Devin Booker, who announced a $2.5M donation to Phoenix Suns Charities over five years.

Local nonprofit organizations that have received a program grant from Phoenix Suns Charities in the past are encouraged to apply for funding by submitting an engaging 3 to 5 minute video for an impact project that can be executed within the year of receiving the grant.

Since inception in 1988, Phoenix Suns Charities has been focused on making our community a better place through its mission of supporting children and family services throughout Arizona and has distributed more than $35 million to local non-profits and organizations in need. The entire Suns organization has embedded itself locally by supporting community efforts through hundreds of player appearances and thousands of volunteer hours by Suns players and staff.

Devin Booker Paradise Valley House

Devin bought a 5,590 square foot house in Paradise Valley in 2019, Arizona for $3.5 million. The modern single-story home features dramatic views of the nearby Phoenix Mountains Preserve, as if the framed vistas were painted by the Taos Society of Artists. In fact, it was precisely that drama, that immediate connection to the surrounding landscape. His house is his sanctuary, an oasis from the high-pressure life of a professional athlete. With retracting walls of glass and a yard that boasts a Bali-inspired swimming pool, a firepit, and a guesthouse, the young superstar feels the best version of himself while at home.

Devin Booker Sister Microdeletion Syndrome

Devin was named a global ambassador to the Special Olympics for his support for his younger half-sister who has microdeletion syndrome, a genetic chromosomal disorder. A microdeletion syndrome is a syndrome caused by a chromosomal deletion smaller than 5 million base pairs (5 Mb) spanning several genes that is too small to be detected by conventional cytogenetic methods or high resolution karyotyping (2–5 Mb). Detection is done by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH). Larger chromosomal deletion syndromes are detectable using karyotyping techniques.

Devin Booker Salary

Devin Booker earns a base salary of $33,833,400, while carrying a cap hit of $33,833,400 and a dead cap value of $33,833,400.

Devin Booker Net worth

Booker has a net worth of around $30 million, with his basketball career having paid him a total of around $65 million before tax.

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