Cedi Osman

by John Max 15 Mar,2018
Cedi Osman
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 8 Inch
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Cedi Osman
  • Birth Place Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia
  • Famous Name Cedi Osman
  • Net Worth $4.2 million
  • Salary $2.7 million
  • Nationality Turkish / Macedonian
  • Currently Working For Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Currently Married N/A
  • Affair with Deniz Mergen
  • Girlfriend Yes
  • Tatto(s) No

A Turkish enthusiastic basketball player, Cedi Osman presently plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association in the position shooting guard and small forward. The young talent has also represented his national side in both junior and senior level, playing in various basketball tournaments.

 

A professional since 2011, his net worth is approximately $4.2 million, in 2019. Furthermore, the twenty-three years old is dating his girlfriend, Deniz Mergen

Cedi Osman's Net Worth and Endorsement

As of 2019, Osman has an estimated net worth around $4.2 million. His current market value is $6 million.

Currently, under a 3 year $8,317,064 contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Osman will earn a base salary of $2,775,000 in 2018-19, while carrying a cap hit of $2,775,000 and a dead cap value of $5,682,143.

Furthermore, his salary for the 2019-20 season is estimated to be around $2.9 million. 

Apart, he too adds the good sum through his endorsing deal with few renowned brands including Adidas.

Cedi Osman's Girlfriend and Personal Life

Osman, who is six feet eight inches tall and 98 kg, is neither single nor married. Currently, he is in an open relationship with his longtime girlfriend Deniz Mergen. If we analyzed his Instagram account, it is full of their romantic picture which they have captured while they were on vacations and fancy dates.

 

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It seems that the duo shares a strong bond with each other and might take their relationship to the whole new level some day.

Cedi Osman's Early Life

A native of Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, Cedi Osman was born on 8th April 1995, to an ethnic Turkish father and a Bosniak mother who is from Novi Pazar, Serbia. He grew up with his older brother, Dzaner, who is also a professional basketball player.

 

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Osman’s birth sign is Aries. Regarding his nationality, he holds both Turkish and Macedonian nationality.

At the age of six, Osman started off playing basketball with KK Bosna’s youth team. Following his outstanding success with KK Bosna youth team, he switched to Anadolu Efes’ junior team in 2007.

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As his father belongs to Turkish ethic, Osman was immediately naturalized as a Turkish citizen and since then he has represented the national team of Turkey.

Cedi Osman's Professional Career

Anadolu Efes

After playing almost three seasons with the youth team of Efes, he was loaned out to Pertevniyal for the 2011-12 season.

In the summer of 2012, Osman signed his first professional contract with the senior club of Anadolu Efes.

NBA

On 25th June 2015, Osman was picked 31st overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves. That same night, his draft rights, along with those of American basketball player Rakeem Christmas and a future draft pick, were traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, in exchange for the Tyus Jones’ draft rights.

On 18th July 2017, he joined the Cleveland Cavaliers, signing a three-year deal for a reported fee of $8.3 million. On 9th February 2018, he played 38 minutes in a 123-107 win against the Atlanta Hawks.

Cedi Osman's International Career

Osman was a part of the junior national team of Turkey has played in the various tournaments including “2011 FIBA Europe U-16 Championship”, “2012 FIBA Europe U18 Championship”, “2012 Albert Schweitzer Tournaments”, “2013 FIBA Europe U18 Championship” and “2014 FIA Europe U20 Championship”.

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With Turkey’s senior national team, Osman made his appearance at the “2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup”, “2015 EuroBasket”, and the “2016 manila FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament”.

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