Jarrett Jack Bio And Early Life
Jarrett Jack is an American-born professional basketball player, born in Brooklyn on February 27, 1983. He attended Georgia Tech University where he led the team to three straight Atlantic Coast Conference titles and its first NCAA tournament victory since 1995.
Jack was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 2005 but was later traded to the Indiana Pacers for Earl Watson. He has also played for San Antonio Spurs, Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Hornets, Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Brooklyn Nets. While playing for the Indian Pacers he earned his nickname “One Man Fast Break” because of his speed with the ball while running fast breaks.
Jack’s parents are Jack Sr., a former college basketball player who worked as a stockbroker, and Valerie Monique Brown, a former high school track and field star. He has two siblings, Jacqueline and Tommy, who also played basketball at Georgia Tech where they were teammates on the Yellow Jackets team.
Jack’s favorite players growing up included Tim Hardaway and Kevin Johnson. His other childhood sports hero include football player Shannon Sharpe and baseball umpire Eric Gregg.
Jack married Taelor Ka’Derrion in 2007; the couple divorced in 2010 but have one daughter named Milan (born 2008). Not long after his divorce Jack began dating model Gia Macool whose likeness he has tattooed around his left biceps along with butterflies and stars all to be able to give her a voice because she can’t talk back due to surgery complications from an accident.
Jarrett Jack’s Career And Professional Life Achievements
In his rookie season with the Pacers, Jack was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team. In 2007, during a Blazers/Timberwolves game, he hit a three-point shot at the buzzer which helped Portland clinch its fifth straight win and also tied them for the best record in their conference.
He again had a great performance in 2008 when he scored 37 points against New Orleans Hornets and had 20 points and 14 assists in another game against Houston Rockets. While playing for the Hornets in 2009 Jack averaged 21.3 points per game which increased to 22.9 in 2010 improving his chances of getting elected into All-Star games twice consecutively (the only Hornet player to achieve this record to date).
Jarrett Jack Net Worth And Salary
As of 2022, Jarrett Jack’s total NBA career earnings is $35,469,901 and his net worth is $8 million.
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