|Date of Birth:||1996, January 16|
|Age:||23 years old|
|Height:||7 Feet 1 Inch|
|Birth Name||Zhou Qi|
|Famous Name||Zhou Qi|
|Birth Place||Xinxiang, Henan, China|
|Currently Working For||Houston Rockets|
|Salary||$800,000 which he is estimated to earn as an annual salary|
|Net Worth||Around $ 7,00,000|
|Weight in KG||109 kg|
Zhou Qi is a Chinese professional basketball player for NBA team, Houston Rockets, he is primarily deployed at power forward or center position and occasionally in a central position.
Before he moved to the USA and joined the NBA, he played with the Chinses Basketball team, Xinjiang Flying Tigers.
Zhou Qi was born to Zhou Jianwei on January 16, 1996, in Xinxiang, Henan, China. His father and mother both were tall with the height of 6ft 5 and 5ft 11.5 inches respectively.
He first caught the notice of Chinese talent scout when he led China to win the TBF International U 16 Tournament in 2011.
Qi later established himself best teen Basket players in an international basketball arena in Albert Schweitzer Tournament in 2012. During the tournament, he recorded an average score of 16.2 points,7.8 rebounds,4.2 blocks in 28.2 minutes per match.
The Chinese basketball player joined Liaoning Jaguars and later the team in the club to play for Xinjiang Flying Tigers.
His annual salary playing for NBA team, Houston Rockets is estimated to be over $800,000 at current. His yearly earning for the next three season is reported to be $1,378,242, $1,618,520, and $1,752,950 respectively.
Club's highest paid players James Harden and Chris Paul earn $28 million and $24 million in a year respectively.
A promising player, his exact net worth is not known but looking at his relatively fresh career, his net worth could be assumed to be more than $1 million.
Despite him having rumors to join several US college teams, it was reported that he had signed a three-year contract with Xinjiang Flying Tigers for a fee in excess of $ 740,000, but the authorities denied this claim.
After settling an agreement with Xinjiang Flying Tigers, that enable him to join the NBA that had global stars like Michael Jordan and Lebron James. In the 2016/17 season, he recorded a score of 16 points as well as 10 rebounds and played a crucial role in winning its first championship in 2016/17.
Qi after a successful spell with Xinjiang Flying Tigers, he was selected as the 43rd overall draft pick by NBA basketball team, Houston Rockets in 2016.
In the draft pick, he had the highest and longest wingspan 2.33 m, in NBA in 2016 and officially signed in early July 2017 and made his debut for Houston Rockets in a winning cause against Dallas Mavericks on October 21, 2017.
He played for seven minutes and recorded three bounds and one block and later on score his first NBA point against New York Knicks and finished the match with three points.
Qi also played for NBA g league basketball team, Rio Grande Valley Vipers during 2017/18 season.
He made his debut with the senior Chinese basketball team in 2014 Asian Games in South Korea and was the prominent player in the Chinese side that won the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship in China.
Qi contributed 16 points and 14 rebounds in the successful tournament for China and played for China national basketball team in 2016 Summer Olympics.
Currently 22, he stands at a towering height of 7 feet 1 inches tall and weighs around 109 kg. It is not confirmed that he has a girlfriend or be possibly married.
His Instagram does not suggest anything about him any sort of relationship with any women. He seems to a person who tends to focus on building and developing his career rather be involved in scandals or controversy.
As per our record, he is probably single and unmarried.