Javonte Green is a professional basketball player who currently plays for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He plays in the position of shooting guard or a small forward. Although he is enjoying his stay at the NBA, he struggled and fought to get to where he is today. Before getting the opportunity to play in the coveted league, he played for the Spanish Basketball club Marin Peixegalego, the Italian League club Pallacanestro Trieste, and the Basketball Bundesliga Club Raptiopharm Ulm.
Is Javonte Green Married? Does He Have Any Children?
Despite being always under media and public scrutiny, hardly anything has been known about Javonte Green's private life. To this day, the information regarding whether he is in a relationship or married to someone has been a mystery.
The Boston Celtics forward has two daughters; Khloe Green (Born on June 25, 2012) and Kylie Green (Born on March 26, 2018). For Javonte, his daughters are the source of his happiness, his world, and his everything.
Due to his busy professional life, Javonte could not be there at the birth of his youngest daughter Kylie as he was playing in Germany at that time. It may be because he could not give time to his family, especially for his adorable children; these days, he is doing his best to be there for them.
The NBA star is not particularly a social media guy, but he does share a picture or two of his private life on Instagram every now and then.
It is still not sure if the basketball player has a wife or a girlfriend. However, there is a strong possibility he has a companion considering the fact that someone has been taking care of his kids while he is hands full with his profession. It seems rational to conclude that Green prefers keeping the details of his partner behind the curtains.
Played Professionally in Europe And Debut in The NBA
Javonte Green began his professional basketball career in 2015. He went undrafted in the 2015 NBA Draft and subsequently signed with the Spanish third division LEB Plata club, Marin Peixegalego, on September 11, 2015.
After only a season at Marin, the 1.93 meters tall man signed with Pallacanestro Trieste of the Italian second division, Serie A2 Basket. He stayed at Trieste for two seasons before signing for Rpatiopharm Ulm on July 25, 2018.
In 2019, he was invited to play in the 2019 NBA Summer League as a member of the Boston Celtics Roster. He played in all five games getting on average stats of 10.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists, and 1.8 steals per game.
Javonte successfully managed to impress the Celtics and was awarded a two-year contract with a partially guaranteed salary for the first season. After getting even better overall stats in the preseason, he was named the Celtics final roster of 2019-2020.
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On October 25, 2019, Green's dream of finally playing in the NBA came fulfilled when he debuted against the Toronto Raptors. On August 25, 2020, the 27-year-old underwent surgery for his right knee and returned to the action in the preseason opener versus the Philadelphia 76ers in December 2020.
Javonte Green's Net Worth And Salary
Javonte Green has a net worth of $2 million from his professional basketball career. On average, an NBA player makes a whopping salary of $7.7 million per season.
Although the Radford graduate is an NBA player, he does not earn such a large payroll yet. Less than two years ago, Green played in the German League and before that in Italy and Spain. Therefore, he does not possess a huge net worth yet.
In 2019, he signed a non-guaranteed $1.52 million two-year contract with NBA playing club Boston Celtics. If Javonte keeps putting on the impressive performance which he has been, then his payroll will undoubtedly increase in the coming days.
Quick Facts: Javonte Green
- Javonte Green was born in Petersburg, Virginia, United States.
- He attended Brunswick High School in Lawrenceville.
- While at Brunswick, he played basketball for former NBA shooting guard Bryant Stith.
- After high school, he went to Radford University after receiving a scholarship. He played college basketball for Radford University.
- Green is a dual-citizen and has citizenship of the United States and Montenegro.
- In 2017, he made his debut with the Montenegro National Basketball Team. In the same year, he also played at the European 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualifiers.
- In 2018, he was named to the Phoenix Suns NBA Summer League Roster.
- He wears a 43 number jersey while playing for Boston.