Biwali Bayles is a professional basketball player from Australia who currently plays in the top-tier Australian basketball league known as National Basketball League. He plays in the point-guard position for the basketball club Sydney Kings, which he joined in 2021. He wears shirt Number 14 for his team Sydney.
Bayles also plays from the shooting guard position beside the point-guard position. Playing for the national team of Australia, he won the Men's basketball. He also won the FIBA U17 Oceania Championship 2019 season with club Noumea. Bayles also plays for the Australian national team. He is also an accurate shooter and known for long-range shooting and three-pointers.
Biwali Bayles, professionally known as Bayles, was born on February 15, 2002, in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. According to astrology, Bayles's birth sign is Scorpio. He must have attended an Australian school as he was raised in Australia.
Bayles' father and mother's names are yet to be revealed. Bayles has never talked about his parents in public or shared photos of them on social media. He also makes no mention of his siblings or their occupations.
As of 2022, Bayles is 20 years old and possesses 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 meters).
He weighs around 84 kg and has long curly hair and slightly brown eyes.
The net worth of Sydney's point guard is estimated to be $1M approximately. His principal source of income comes from his professional basketball career with various teams. His net worth comprises his cars, residences, and other possessions.
As per sources, his yearly income at Sydney Kings is $60,500 in 2022. And his monthly wage is $5,000. Bayles is one of the team's highest-paid players of team Sydney Kings.
Biwali Bayles, a point guard with the Sydney Kings, is a modest man who rarely speaks about his personal life in public.
On Instagram, Bayles hasn't shared any pictures of himself with women. As a result, he must be unmarried and unattached in 2022. He's never been married or engaged before.
In January 2020, Bayles committed to playing collegiate basketball in Hawaii. In his lone season with the school, he led the team in assists per game (2.6) while also scoring 6.2 points per game.
He also made a three-pointer against Cal State Northridge that ended up being the game-winner for Hawaii. Bayles revealed in March 2021 that he will leave the program to pursue a professional career in Australia.
Bayles was a member of the Australian national under-17 squad that won gold in the FIBA U17 Oceania Championships in 2019. He was also a part of Australia's national under-19 squad, representing them in the FIBA U19 World Cup in 2021.
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