Jordan Poole is a famous American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Jordan Poole attended Rufus King High School in Milwaukee and La Lumiere School in La Porte, Indiana. Check all the details below about Jordan Poole’s Wiki, Age, Height, College, Girlfriend, Parents, Career, Stats, Net Worth, Biography & More.
Jordan Poole Wiki/Biography
Jordan Poole was born on 19th June 1999, (Age: 23 years; as of 2022) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. His full real name is Jordan Anthony Poole and his nickname is “Poole Party”.
His nationality is American and his ethnicity is Mixed. His zodiac sign is Gemini and he follows Christianity (religion). His profession is a famous American basketball player.
Jordan Poole Educational Qualification
Jordan Poole completed his schooling at Rufus King High School in Wisconsin. After that, he announced that he would from Rufus King to La Lumiere School in Indiana for his senior year. And then he attended Michigan University for his higher studies or for his degree. And then, he started his basketball career.
Jordan Poole Physical Stats
- Height: 6′ 4″ inches
- Weight: 88 kg
- Eye Color: Dark Brown
- Hair Color: Black
Jordan Poole Family & Parents
Jordan Poole was born into a middle-class family to American Parents. His father’s name is Anthony Poole and his mother’s name is Monet Poole.
He has one sister whose name he doesn’t disclose. His family always supports him in his all decisions and in his basketball career.
Jordan Poole’s Girlfriend & Relationships
Jordan Poole’s dating status is committed and his marital status is unmarried. He doesn’t disclose any information related to his love life & girlfriend’s name.
But During the 2022 NBA Finals, Poole’s girlfriend was reported to be Instagram model Kim Cruz.
Jordan Poole Career & Stats
As a freshman at Rufus King High School in Wisconsin, Poole once made a game-tying three-point shot in the closing seconds after coming off the bench. Poole visited Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Drake, and Marquette as a blue-chip high school basketball recruit.
Then, he visited Michigan for the September 26 football game between the 2015 Wolverines and BYU, receiving an offer that weekend. He returned to campus on October 17 for the rivalry game against Michigan State.
He had several competing offers including Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska, Memphis, Marquetta, Virginia Tech, and Auburn. Poole announced that he would transfer from Rufus King to La Lumiere School in Indiana for his senior year, where he would experience a campus lifestyle, play a schedule with several ESPN broadcasts, and be teamed up with a then-unsigned class of 2017 prospects Brian Bowen and Jeremiah Tilmon on 1st July 2016.
The 13 points included a shot clock buzzer beater in the closing seconds of the third quarter. La Lumiere, which included 2017 McDonald’s All-Americans Bowen and Jaren Jackson Jr, defeated perennial power Montverde Academy, which was led by Canadian sophomore R. J. Barrett.
Michigan defeated Indiana 69-55, in its 2017-18 Big Ten conference season opener with him leading the way with a team-and then career-high 19 points in his Big Ten debut on 2nd December. After trailing by 14 points in the first half and 10 points at halftime, Michigan was trailing by 7 points in the second half when they made 7 consecutive three-point shots, including three by Poole whose 11 points made him one of only two double-digit scorers for Michigan in the game.
Poole finished the regular season with three straight double-digit scoring efforts, making 9 of 12 three-point shots against Ohio State on February 18, Penn State on February 21, and Maryland on February 24. The shot was described as nearly identical to the buzzer beater he had made a year earlier in the Dick’s National Championship game.
The play began with Michigan trailing by two points with 3.6 seconds remaining in the game and Isaiah Livers passing the ball from under the opposite basket to Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman near midcourt. The term “Poole party” was widely used in the press as a play on words to describe the celebration of Poole’s heroic shot.
His career-high 22 points helped Michigan defeat George Washington 84-61 on 17th November 2018. Michigan was led by Poole with a game-high 21 points, including 5-for-5 from three-point range. He was recognized as Big Ten Player of the Week for his performance against these two ranked teams on 3rd December. Michigan was led by Jordan with a career-high 26 points.
On January 13, the 2018–19 Wolverines team defeated Northwestern to establish a school record for the best start at 17–0 and tied the school’s record 17-game win streak. Michigan was led by Poole with a game-high 19 points earning its third consecutive Sweet 16 appearance and second consecutive one keyed by Poole.
Golden State Warriors
Jordan Poole was drafted 28th overall in the first round of the 2019 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors on 20th June 2019. His guaranteed contract was $6.2 million over three years. The Warriors signed him to his rookie scale contract on 11th July. On October 29, Jordan Poole made his first NBA start for the Warriors against the Pelicans scoring 13 points in the Warrior’s first win of the season.
Jordan Poole was assigned to the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA-G league in December. In January 2020, Poole got called back to return to the Golden State Warriors lineup. Poole set a then career-high 26 points in a 120–98 loss to the Phoenix Suns on 4th March 2021. The Warriors used several shooting guards during the season and closed the 2020–21 NBA season with Kent Bazemore, Mychal Mulder, Damion Lee, and Kelly Oubre Jr. all in the picture.
Breakout season and first championship
Jordan Poole beat out Otto Porter Jr. and Lee for the 2021-2022 Warriors’ starting shooting guard spot, while Thompson continued to recover. With the return of Klay Thompson from injury to the starting line-up in January 2022 Poole began to play point guard in a three-guard system, alongside both Thompson and Steph Curry. It was the first time in 45 years that teammates finished in the top two positions.
On the final day, he went 4-for-4 to hold on to the lead, ending the season with 28 consecutive free throws made. The Warriors would go on and win the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics, awarding Poole his first NBA championship. During a team practice with the Warriors, he and teammate Draymond Green got into an altercation resulting in Green striking Poole.
On October 15, 2022, Jordan Poole signed a four-year contract extension worth $140 million with the Warriors. On November 14, Poole scored 36 points on 13-of-20 shooting from the field in a 132–95 win over the San Antonio Spurs. On December 30, Poole scored 41 points, along with 5 rebounds and 6 assists in a 118–112 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
Jordan Poole’s Net Worth
Jordan Poole’s net worth is estimated at $3.9 million dollar. His profession is a famous American Basketball player he played so many matches in various teams and earned money from them. Jordan Poole’s annual salary is $3,901,399 as of December 2022. Jordan Poole signed a four-year contract for a total fee of $140 million dollars with the Golden State Warriors.
Jordan Poole Social Handles
- Instagram: jordan_poole
- Facebook: jordanpooleofficial
- Twitter: no_poole
Jordan Poole Amazing Facts
- Currently, he was played for Golden State Warriors.
- His jersey number is 3 in his team.
- Jordan’s position in his team is Shooting guard.
- Jordan Poole has developed into a dynamic and efficient scorer throughout his tenure with the Warriors.
- Jordan Poole is a prolific finisher at the rim, frequently slashing to the basket using his ball-handling skills and speed while being a proficient mid-range shot-creator.
- His combination of abilities has drawn comparisons to Warriors teammate Stephen Curry, with some basketball media writers calling him the “third Splash Brother”.
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