After signing up for the big leagues and making the cut in the 2017 NBA draft, Jordan Bell had a memorable rookie season with the Golden State Warriors. This debut season saw him win his first championship after the Warriors’ victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in a 2018 game.
While he first entered the NBA as a player for the Chicago Bulls, the Californian was later transferred to the Golden State Warriors. The swap brought in $3.5 million in cash. Read on for all the interesting facts you never knew about the NBA star, including his personal life and family information.
Jordan Bell Bio, Age
The American professional baller was born on January 7, 1995, in Los Angeles. Details about his family background are not yet known, but his physical condition reveals him to be a black American. The identities of his parents and siblings are also not yet known. He received his education at the Long Beach Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, California before moving to the University of Oregon, where he continued to play basketball and recorded milestones in his college career during his time with the Oregon Ducks.
He began his freshman year in Oregon in a red shirt position and eventually achieved an average of 5.1 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 2.7 blocks per game. He set a school record for an entire season with his 94 blocks and continued as a Rothemd-ten student. In the second season, Bell averaged 7.0 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 1.8 blocks per game. In his capacity as a junior in 2017, the baller was named Defensive Player of the Year in the Pac-12 after receiving the Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year award in the second season. In addition, he averaged 10.9 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks per game as a Red Shirt Junior. He also helped lead his team into the Final Four at the 2017 NCAA tournament, the same year he joined the National Basketball Association (NBA) in the second round of the draft.
Since joining the NBA in 2017, Jordan Bell has been a Golden State Warriors. On April 18, 2017, he signed up for the big league and was awarded the 38th league title by the Chicago Bulls. Despite this, he would soon be sold to the Golden State Warriors for $3.5 million in cash, a move that guaranteed him his first championship in his first season.
After joining the big boys, Bell entered the 2017 NBA Summer League. Later in the season, on October 23, 2017, to be exact, he became the subject of an online debate after he scored a slam dunk and bounced the ball off the backboard to himself during a 133:103 routing over the Dallas Mavericks. This was not well received by the Mavericks’ players and coaches. The game also triggered a fierce debate about social media platforms.
After the debacle, Bell scored a career-high of 16 points with an 8/10 shot that was scored within 16 minutes of the game. This feat was accomplished on December 1 with a 133-112 victory over Orlando Magic. Later that month, he raised his career-high to 20 points in a 9-13 shootout to continue his career-high of 10 rebounds in 25 minutes in a game against the Lakers.
On the way to his first major trophy, Bell left the bench on April 14, 2018, to play his first game in the NBA playoffs. In a 113-92 blowout win over the San Antonio Spurs, he scored three points and two rebounds. His team qualified for a showdown at the 2018 NBA finals and beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in four games.
As announced on June 27, 2018, Jordan Bell will play for the Golden State Warriors in the 2018 NBA Summer League.
Jordan Bell Height, Weight, And Other Measurements
With an intimidating height of at least two meters above the ground and appropriate weight and stamina, you might be on the right track if you decide to play basketball. Jordan Bell has all this and more.
According to his body statistics, the baller stands at an impressive height of 2.06 m (6 feet 8 inches) and weighs a balanced 102 kg when he enters the NBA. In addition, his hand length is measured at 9.25 inches, while he has a hand width of 9.50 inches. His physical build contributes greatly to his success in his growing career in the NBA.