Jantel Lavender

John Max 03 May,2019


Jantel Lavender is an American professional basketball player who plays in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) for the Chicago Sky as their center. She also plays in Turkey's Fenerbahçe Istanbul. Previously, she played for the Los Angeles Sparks from 2011-2018. 

Jantel Lavender as a total estimated net worth of above $1 million as of 2019 and is currently receiving a salary of around $115,000 annually. 

Is Jantel Lavender Lavender Single Or Married? Know Her Boyfriend Or Spouse

Jantel Lavender is not married yet since she hasn't reported that she is married neither on media nor on her official sites. Similarly, she has not mentioned about her current relationship status from which her love affair or probable boyfriend can be guessed.


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Her current boyfriend is unknown but she used to be in a romantic relationship with Adam Ashley. Jantel and Adam were together until 2011 after he filed a complaint against his girlfriend Jantel for threatening him to kill. He also said that she grabbed a knife to kill him but somehow he escaped from there.

Jantel is an active user of social media but however, she managed to keep her personal life hidden from the public and is still a mystery. Lavender loves her family a lot since it can be assumed by seeing her official social accounts posts. 

Despite the busy schedule, she always spends her leisure time with her family. Since she is still playing professionally so she remains a bit busy in her career games.

Jantel Lavender Height, Weight, and Age

Jantel Lavender is a young and energetic athlete with a height of 1.93 meters (6 feet 3 inches) along with a weight of 84 kilograms (185 lbs). Currently, she is about 31 years old.

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How Much Is Jantel Lavenders' Net Worth And Salary In 2019? Her Contract Details

Jantel Lavender has a total estimated net worth of around $1 million as of 2019. Jantel has made a decent amount of money from her professional basketball playing career and surely she will add a lot more in her income since she is still playing basketball.

In addition to this, Lavender is currently earning an annual average salary of around $115,000 from the Chicago Sky in 2019. 

Let's discuss in detail Jantel's past and projected salaries at Los Angeles Sparks:

season Team Weekly salary Annual salary Cumulative salary
2018 Los Angeles Sparks $2173 $113.000 $113,000
2019 Los Angeles Sparks $ 2,212 $ 115,000 $228,000
2020 Los Angeles Sparks   $ 117,000 $345,000
2021 Los Angeles Sparks     $345,000

In addition to this, she hasn't reported about any endorsements and sponsorships. Jantel is living a lavish life since she has earned well enough. Besides, Maya Moore is among the top five highest earners of WNBA history as of 2019.

Jantel Lavender Early Life and Family

Jantel Lavender was born to parents Freddie and Robin Lavender in Cleveland, Ohio on November 12, 1988. Lavender is American by nationality whereas her ethnicity is mixed. Jantel has a brother named Freddie and also a twin sister  Jazmine.


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Jantel Lavender played college basketball for the Ohio State University and became the only player to be selected for four years Big Ten Conference Player of the Year.

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Jantel Lavender's Professional Basketball Career

Jantel has been playing basketball professionally for over a long time and detailed information about her career is mentioned below:

USA Career:

Jantel Lavender played for the United States Women's Under-16 basketball team in the FIBA Americas Championship where they won the gold medal. She played for the United States team in several other tournaments.

WNBA Career:

Lavender's professional WNBA career started after she was drafted by the Los Angeles Sparks in the 2011 WNBA Draft. She was debuted in the 2015 season replacing Candace Parker who played as in the center position of the team Sparks.

From 2011-2018, she played for the Los Angeles Sparks. 

A few days before the 2019 season, she was traded to the Chicago Sky in exchange for a 2020 second-round draft pick.


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