Jae Crowder Wiki/ Biography
Jae Crowder was born on 6th May 1990 (Age:32 years as of 2022) in Villa Rica, Georgia, U.S. His full real name is Corey Jae Crowder. His nationality is American and his ethnicity is Black. His Zodiac sign is Cancer and he follows Christianity (religion). His profession is a famous basketball player in America.
Jae Crowder Educational Qualification
Jae completed his schooling at Villa Rica High School. After completing schooling he attends South Georgia Technical College in Americus, Georgia. Later, he shifted to Howard college for his scholar season. After that, he shifted to Marquette. He starts playing football and basketball with his school teams and also in college with college basketball teams.
Jae Crowder Physical Stats
- Height: 6′ 6″ inches
- Weight: 107 kg
- Eye Colour: Dark brown
- Hair Colour: Black
Jae Crowder Family & Parents
Jae was born into a high-class family to American parents. His father’s name is Corey Crowder (who is a basketball player and play for Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs in the NBA he plays basketball for 14 years) and his mother’s name is Helen Thompson.
His mother died in 2017 August, because of Cancer.
He has seven siblings. Crowder has two brothers (Cortez Thompson and Davarius McClure) and five sisters (Stephanie McClure, Jessica Walker, Chania Crowder, Justine Crowder, and Zoe). His father mostly plays his games in Europe.
Jae Crowder Wife, Relationships & Children
Jae Crowder’s dating status is committed and his marital status is unmarried (no wife). In 2012, Jae is in a romantic relationship with Dana Lambert (girlfriend) and the couple announced their first child in 2013.
The couple has one daughter in 2013, whose name is Jada Crowder. After the daughter was born, the couple separated they doesn’t live together. According to the sources, they are not married.
Jae Crowder Career & Profession
Crowder starts his basketball career in college life. After completing schooling Jae attended South Georgia Technical College and later shifted to Howard College, where he led the team to an NJCAA Division I Basketball Championship in his scholar season. In Howard, College Jae was named State Farm Junior College Player of the year.
After that, he shifted to Marquette, where he get the name Big East Player of the Year in his senior season. After completing his senior year he is capable for the 2012 NBA selection, where he was selected 34th overall by the team Cleveland Cavaliers and signed a contract with Dallas Mavericks on election night.
After that, Jae signed another contract with Boston Celtics in 2014. He complete 3 years with the Boston Celtics team before signing back to his selection team, the Cavaliers in 2017 August. Then, he signed a contract with Utah Jazz and also played for the team Memphis Grizzlies and the Miami Heat. Then, he reached his second NBA Finals with the Phoenix Suns in 2021. And currently, Jae was Played for the team Phoenix Suns.
Jae Crowder Awards & Achievements
- NJCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship.
- Second-team All-American – AP, SN in 2012.
- Third-team All-American – NABC in 2012.
- Big East Player of the Year in 2012.
- First-team All-Big East in 2012.
- NABC Junior College Player of the Year in 2010.
Jae Crowder’s Net Worth
Jae Crowder’s net worth is estimated at $15 million dollars. His salary is $9.258 dollars. His last contract with Phoenix Suns was for three years for $30 million dollars. Currently, he is playing for Phoenix Suns.
Jae Crowder Social Handles
- Twitter: cjc9boss
- Instagram: bossmann99
- Facebook: Jae-Crowder
Jae Crowder Amazing Facts
- Crowder jersey number is 99 for Phoenix Suns.
- His position in his team is Small forwarded/ Power forwarded.
- His mother died in August 2017 due to cancer.
- His father is also a Basketball player in the NBA mostly he played in Europe.
- He reached his second NBA Finals with the Phoenix Suns in 2021.
- Jae Crowder committed to South Georgia Technical College in Americus, Georgia.
- He got a natural motor and a natural, real, pure basketball energy.
- Crowder is known for his good all around-play and his positional flexibility.
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