Aaron Gordon

Team: Denver Nuggets

Position: PF

Height: 6'8" (2.03m)

Weight: 235lb (107kg)

Country: USA

Attended: Arizona

Age: 27 years

Dob: September 16, 1995

Draft: 2014 R1 Pick 4

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Latest Stats

Denver Nuggets vs. Phoenix Suns on May 07, 2023 Stats (away)
Points: 18.95
Rebounds: 7.6
Assists: 3.34
Three Pointers Made: 1.05
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 36.61
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 36.58

Denver Nuggets vs. Phoenix Suns on May 05, 2023 Stats (away)
Points: 19.06
Rebounds: 7.6
Assists: 3.43
Three Pointers Made: 1.06
Steals: 1
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 36.91
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 36.91

Phoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets on May 01, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 18.05
Rebounds: 7.34
Assists: 3.29
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 35.15
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 35.12

Phoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets on Apr 29, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 18.78
Rebounds: 7.59
Assists: 3.46
Three Pointers Made: 1.03
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 36.56
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 36.54

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Denver Nuggets on Apr 25, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 16.71
Rebounds: 6.73
Assists: 3.04
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 32.48
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 32.46

Denver Nuggets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves on Apr 23, 2023 Stats (away)
Points: 16.31
Rebounds: 6.55
Assists: 2.95
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 31.72
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 31.73

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Denver Nuggets on Apr 19, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 16.61
Rebounds: 6.59
Assists: 3.03
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 32.27
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 32.3

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Denver Nuggets on Apr 16, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 16.69
Rebounds: 6.72
Assists: 3.07
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 32.64
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 32.7

Aaron Gordon is an NBA professional basketball player who currently plays for the Orlando Magic. He was born September 16, 1995 in San Jose, California and grew up in a family of athletic talent. His father Ed played college basketball at Penn State University and his brother Drew plays college football for the University of Oregon. Aaron attended Archbishop Mitty High School where he set several school records and led his team to back-to-back Division II state titles as a junior and senior.

In 2013, Gordon committed to play for the Arizona Wildcats, becoming one of their highly sought after recruits ever since 2005 when Chase Budinger signed with them from La Costa Canyon High School in Carlsbad, CA. In addition to being named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year during his freshman season in 2014, he was also unanimously selected as a first team All American by many outlets such as CBS Sports Network, USA Today & Fox Sports 1 among others that same year. During his two seasons at Arizona he averaged 12 points per game on 48% shooting from the field and 42% from 3 point range along with 8 rebounds per contest over 65 total games before deciding to enter into the NBA Draft following sophomore year (2015).

At 6’9” & 224 lbs., Aaron was taken 4th overall pick by Orlando Magic making him one of most promising young players drafted that year alongside Karl Anthony Towns (1st overall), D’Angelo Russell (2nd) & Jahlil Okafor (3rd). Though initially expected to make an immediate impact upon entering league due to size/athleticism combination plus esteemed collegiate success despite only average offensive skillset it didn’t work out so quickly with slow progression over entire rookie season culminating mere 5 points & 2 boards averages each game through 53 contests played while shooting just 41%. This led some critics highlighting lack of ability finishing around rim + struggles creating own shot off dribble which were completely unexpected given proclamations prior draft process but lead him use offseason afterwards developing needed areas improve all around performance moving forward career wise .

Since then Aaron has continually improved each successive season gradually working way up towards becoming reliable starter on any night showing plenty upside not yet tapped into either due inexperience or injury setbacks suffered past few years including slight ankle sprain 2017 causing miss end regular campaign but thankfully healed time playoffs rolled around . Alongside recent improvements seen court beyond box score numbers like defensive prowess using length bother opponents presence glass grabbing 7+ rebounds approx 10 times last season highlights importance front office clearly places counting ..

Though still early days respectability post‑draft hype yet be realized fully its clear see potential greatness awaits especially when realizing how versatile kind talents possesses combined fact already improved aspects weaknesses faced rookie prior years something could signal truly special journey ahead near future if continues stay course already set himself thereabouts way too long ago now only matter time before even bigger leaps begin take place both personal individual levels recognition wider scale audience down road possibly even future Hall Famer if works enough magic happens..