|Birth Name||Tyrese Maxey|
|Birth Place||Dallas, Texas|
|Famous Name||Tyrese Maxey|
|Birth Date||November 4, 2000|
|Height||6 ft 3 in|
|Currently Working For||Kentucky Wildcats Men's Basketball team|
|University attended||University of Kentucky|
|School attended||South Garland High School Team|
Tyrese Maxey, the basketball player who is 19 years old and striving his way to the NBA, recently joined at the University of Kentucky, where he is playing with Kentucky Wildcats Men's Basketball team. He previously played with South Garland High School Team and was also a member of the United States under-18 basketball team that won gold medal at the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Americas Championship.
Born on November 4, 2000, in Dallas, Texas, United States, he is 6 ft 3 inch tall and weighs 198 lbs. He was named the 2019 McDonald’s All-American as a member of the West Team and was also included in the USA Today All-Texas first team.
Tyrese has no salary because he stills plays from the college and college athlete does not have a salary, but one can get the benefits of roughly $120,000 a year from the college.
The young Tyrese is pursuing his way to the NBA with Kentucky Wildcats Men's Basketball team with his teammates like Keion Brook Jr and Nick Richards, and instead of salary, he has a full scholarship from the college, which is worth $45,000 to $50,000.
He is projected to be picked at the NBA in the 2020 NBA draft, and if this happens, then he will receive a staggering contract reported to be in millions.
Tyrese is the young player of basketball, and it is hard to give specific details regarding his personal life affairs and breakups. However, we assume that he is dating a girl who goes by the name skyelesblanks on Instagram. He has posted a picture of the prom with her where she reportedly is his prom partner.
Further, we have no details regarding his relationship, but it is assumed that more than anything else, he has devoted himself to his game so that he could be drafted to the NBA.
The Kentucky Wildcats point guard is the only son of former basketball player Tyrone Maxey. In contrast, his mother's name is Denise Maxey, and Tyrese has one sibling as a sister who is currently studying in a high school.
Maxey's father, Tyrone, headed to Washington State to play college basketball. In 1990 until around the 1992 season, he played 61 matches, totaling 5.4 points, 2.5 assists, and 1.2 rebounds. Later on, his father Spend the 2017-18 season as Player Development Director for SMU's men's basketball team. He was also an 11-year high school head coach until taking up the SMU job.
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