Who Is E’Twaun Moore? His Bio, Height, Weight, Measurements
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E’Twaun Moore started playing a basketball style that is synonymous with professional basketball in his high school days. The boy continued to improve with every game he played in college and was drafted by the Boston Celtics in 2011.

In the few years of his professional career, Moore has achieved great successes and since his induction, he has played on several NBA teams, all of which had something positive to say about him.

The NBA player earned many notable titles in college basketball, which in some ways made his NBA call-up easier. Apart from his life on the court, there is so much more to know about E’Twaun Moore. To learn more about the NBA player, we would start with the question:

Who is E’Twaun Moore? His Bio, Age

He was born on February 25, 1989, as E’Twaun Donte Moore in East Chicago, Indiana. Moore attended Central High School, where he showed great achievement in B-ball, for which he naturally had a talent. In his graduation season, he scored an impressive 21.2 points and averaged 5.5 rebounds. The NBA player led his school’s team to the 2007 Indiana High School Athletic Association 4A State Championship where his skills earned him the Pomace Award. He also made it to the top ranks on various platforms, including number 7 as a Shooting Guard on Rivals.com.

After high school, E’Twaun Moore went on to Purdue University, where his college basketball career began. With great points in his first season, he made the leap to the Big Ten All-Freshmen team. In his second season, Moore led his school team to the 2009 NCAA Tournament, and the following season Moore led Purdue to win the regular Big Ten Conference Season title they had missed for 14 years. During his final season (2010-2011) with Purdue, Moore earned much recognition for his outstanding performances. His first 30-point match came in 2010 in a game against Southern Illinois, where he scored 31 points. At the end of his senior season, Moore averaged 18 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 3.2 assists and was also one of the 20 nominees for the prestigious John R. Wooden Award.

E’Twaun’s professional career began in 2011 when he was selected by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the 2011 NBA Draft. He then signed a contract with the team in December of the same year. His time with the Celtics earned him 7 rebounds in a game against Miami Heat.

His next move was to Orlando Magic in 2012. At Orlando Magic, E’Twaun Moore achieved impressive performances, including 18 points against the Philadelphia 76ers, making it a career highlight. Moore joined the Chicago Bulls in September 2014 and played two seasons before moving to the New Orleans Pelicans in July 2016.

His Net Worth, Salary

The NBA player has already collected enough in the course of his career. Moore owes his enviable financial status to his impressive skills on the field. His first official contract with the Boston Celtics was worth $1.24 million. As he advanced in the game, his financial status improved as well.

E’Twaun’s next contract with Orlando Magic was valued at $1.65 million, followed by the Chicago Bulls’ $1.96 million. All this was nothing compared to his 4-year $34 million contracts with the New Orleans Pelicans, which made him one of the highest-paid players on the team. The NBA player was paid by the Pelicans with an average salary of $8,500,000. His salary at the Pelicans, which was recorded as his highest, replaced his previous salaries at the Boston Celtics as well as the Chicago Bulls and Orlando Magic. All this adds up to an enviable net worth for the NBA player. However, there is no guaranteed figure, as Moore treats his private life very privately.

Body Measurements – Height, Weight

E’Twaun Moore has the perfect body to match his demanding career. He stands at a height of 1.93m (6ft 4in), which is in good proportion to his weight of 87kg (190 lbs). He may not be the tallest, but his size helps him a lot to stop shooters. Moore uses his wingspan, which measures 6’9.5″, very well to deter offenders from attempting to shoot. He also owes his wingspan to the perfect over-securing of a dominant side.