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Who is Josh Hart? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Height, Relationship, Wife

Josh Hart

Who is Josh Hart?

Josh Hart is a professional basketball player from the United States who currently plays for the Portland Trail Blazers.

Hart is a good rebounder for a guard, a quick passer with top-court Intelligence, and he averages a high assist percentage per game.

His exceptional basketball abilities have resulted in a large fan base. He has six years of professional basketball experience and many more to come.

Relationship Details, Josh Hart is Married?

Josh Hart is married to his high school sweetheart, Shannon Phillips.

Similarly, the couple had been dating since high school and were open about their relationship even before getting married.

Josh surprised Shannon with a marriage proposal in 2020, which was adorable. Look it up on YouTube.

In terms of Shannon’s profession, she earned her master’s degree in nursing in 2019 and is now a registered nurse.

She graduated from the University of Maryland (UMBC) women’s soccer team as well as the University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON).

The pair married in front of their friends and family in 2021. Their wedding look is fascinating and wonderful, and their wedding movie is hilarious.

Josh has posted a couple of clips from his wedding on Instagram that appear to be both entertaining and gorgeous. The newlyweds traveled to Italy for their honeymoon.

Aside from his romantic life, Hart is a big family man who adores his parents. He appreciates and spends a significant amount of time with his family.

Josh, on the other hand, has two dogs named Apollo and Nova. They’re both Rottweiler dogs.

Quick facts about Josh Hart

Full Name Josh Hart
Birth Date March 6, 1995
Birth Place Silver Spring, Maryland, US
Nick Name Not Known
Religion Christian
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
Education
  • Wheaton High School
  • Sidwell Friends School
  • Villanova University
Horoscope Pisces

Josh Hart: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

Josh Hart was born on March 6, 1995, in Silver Spring, Maryland, to parents Pat Hart and Moses Hart.

Josh is the nephew of Elston Howard, a baseball catcher, and has two siblings, Moses Joseph Hart and Aimee Hart.

Hart’s parents are still in love and routinely post photos of themselves together to show how happy they are.

Josh had a wonderful background and supportive parents, which enabled him to live his goal while growing up in such a caring environment.

Similarly, as a child, Hart was always interested in basketball, therefore he had a reputation as a high-energy player.

However, because he was more interested in sports than in reading and getting good grades, he was almost expelled from high school.

In terms of education, he attended Wheaton High School before transferring to Sidwell Friends School.

Education, Schooling, University

Education
  • Wheaton High School
  • Sidwell Friends School
  • Villanova University

Professional Career, (Basketball player)

Beginnings of a Career

Josh Hart attended two high schools in his early years: Wheaton High School in his hometown and Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C.

His senior year was successful in a Sidwell, and he was awarded to the All-Met first team. Later, Josh expressed interest in Villanova and signed a letter of intent with them.

Furthermore, Josh received the highest rank from the Boy Scouts of America and became one of only a few members to play in the NCAA Final Four.

Similarly, for his university education, he enrolled at Villanova University and spent five years there preparing for the next phase of his basketball career.

Similarly, during his senior year, Hart announced that the Wildcats had retired his jersey number 3.

Professional Development

Moving on to Josh Hart’s professional career.

After being picked by the Utah Jazz, Josh made his professional debut. In the 2017 NBA Draft, he was picked with the 30th overall pick.

He was later traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he made his debut in December 2017. He received a hand fracture and had to miss a month of work.

As a rookie, he made a fantastic score against the Los Angeles Clippers in the final game of the season and finished the season with 7.9 points per game and a team-high three-point percentage.

He later missed the remainder of the 2018-19 season after undergoing right knee patellar tendon ultrasonic debridement treatment.

Hart joined the New Orleans Pelicans for the 2019-20 season after being traded by the Lakers on July 6, 2019.

Hart was moved to the Pelicans together with Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, and De’Andre Hunter in exchange for All-Star Anthony Davis.

Josh had a career-high score and a win over the Memphis Grizzlies in 2021.

Similarly, Hart was moved to the Portland Trail Balzers in 2022 for a first-round pick 2022, along with Didi Louzada and Tomas Satoransky.

Josh scored 44 points per game in a 127-118 victory over the Washington Wizards on March 12.

Net Worth, Salary, Assets

Hart has been a professional basketball player for the past six years, earning a good living and living in luxury with his family.

His real net worth is unknown, however, it is thought to be in the $10 million area.

Similarly, his total earnings during the 2017 – 21 seasons while playing for the New Orleans Pelicans and the Los Angeles Lakers are $8,474,999.

Similarly, his salary with the Portland Trail Blazers is expected to be $12,000,000 in 2021-22 and $12,960,000 in 2022-23.

Josh is the 11th highest-paid NBA player this year, owing to his basketball love. He was also the fifth highest-paid player on the Portland Trail Blazers this season.

Rumors and Controversy

Talking about his rumors and controversy, he has not been in any part of rumors as well as controversy to date.

What is the Height of Josh Hart? Weight, Full Body Status

Height 6 ft 5 inches (1.96 m)
Weight 215 lb (98 kg)
NBA Draft 2017/ Round:1 /Pick:30th overall
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black

Social Media Accounts

Instagram:674k followers 

Facebook:239k followers

Twitter:522.8k followers

YouTube:15.6k subscribers

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