Justin Holiday's Stats and Biography

Team: Minnesota Timberwolves

Position: F-G

Height: 6'6" (1.98m)

Weight: 180lb (82kg)

Country: USA

Attended: Washington

Age: 35 years

Dob: April 5, 1989

Draft: Undrafted


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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Did Justin Holiday Play For The Warriors?
Yes, Justin Holiday played for the Golden State Warriors during the 2014-15 NBA season.

What Is The Contract Details Of Justin Holiday?
As of the current updates, Justin Holiday's contract with the Indiana Pacers is a 3-year deal worth $18,100,000.

Who Is Justin Holiday's Brother?
Justin Holiday's brother is Jrue Holiday, who is also a professional NBA player.

What Is Justin Holiday's Salary?
Justin Holiday's salary is 947,276 USD.

Who Is Justin Holiday's Wife?
Justin Holiday's wife is Shekinah Holiday.

What Is Justin Holiday's Net Worth?
As of 2024, the net worth of NBA player Justin Holiday is unknown as the information is not provided in the context.

What Is The Height Of Justin Holiday?
Justin Holiday stands at a height of 6 feet 6 inches.

Which Teams Has Justin Holiday Played For?
Justin Holiday has played for several teams in the NBA including the Philadelphia 76ers, Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls, Memphis Grizzlies, and Indiana Pacers, but not for the Denver Nuggets.

Justin Alaric Holiday is an esteemed American professional basketball player, presently contracted with the Denver Nuggets of the NBA. Born April 5, 1989, in Mission Hills, California, he rose to prominence in the basketball world on both the national and international stage. This comprehensive Biography tells the story of Holiday’s journey from his early life and college career to his diverse professional path.

During his high school years, Holiday attended Campbell Hall School, located in Studio City, California. As a senior, he demonstrated exceptional talent, averaging notable statistics of 19.1 points, 9.5 rebounds, and 2.0 blocks per game. In that year, he helped Campbell Hall to achieve a 33-1 record and secure the state Class IV championship.

Post high school, Holiday began his stint with the Washington Huskies, where he had a stellar college basketball career. In his freshman season, he played in 19 games, averaging 0.7 points in 6.6 minutes per game. His sophomore season witnessed a notable increase in his role, playing time, and productivity. He clocked in 2.1 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.2 assists over 15.6 minutes per game in 35 games.

In his junior season, the promising athlete made a considerable leap in his career when he was honored with a position in the 2010 Pac-10 All-Defensive Team. During these 34 games, he successfully averaged 5.9 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.8 assists, and one steal in 22.2 minutes per game. Quite impressively, his senior season was marked by being named the Huskies’ co-captain, along with Isaiah Thomas, and receiving recognition as the Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year by Netscouts Basketball.

Despite these tremendous achievements, Justin went undrafted during the 2011 NBA draft. Unfazed, Holiday secured a new journey overseas, signing with Okapi Aalstar of Belgium for the 2011–12 season.

His return to the United States saw him join the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2012 NBA Summer League. However, despite signing with the Cavaliers, he was waived by the team. He was claimed off waivers by the Portland Trail Blazers, but soon again was waived.

Later in 2012, he was acquired by the Idaho Stampede, where he made a promising debut scoring 15 points and attaining six rebounds. In a turn of events, Holiday was signed by the Philadelphia 76ers in April 2013, making a decent debut against the Charlotte Bobcats.

In 2013, he was waived by the 76ers and subsequently signed by the Utah Jazz. However, he was not able to secure a long-term position with the jazz and subsequently headed back to Europe, signing with Szolnoki Olaj of Hungary for the rest of the 2013–14 season.

His defining career triumph arrived In July 2014 when he joined the Golden State Warriors. With them, he attained the pivotal championship win in 2015, successfully defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers. After his stint with the Warriors, he signed a multi-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks in 2015, and in February 2016, Holiday was traded to the Chicago Bulls.

In June 2016, he was traded to the New York Knicks, where he stayed till the 2017 season, after which he returned to the Chicago Bulls. The next series of years of his career saw him move between a few more teams, including the Memphis Grizzlies and the Indiana Pacers. After being traded to the Sacramento Kings in 2022, Holiday was reunited with his brother, Aaron, at the Atlanta Hawks in the same year.

Holiday continued to switch teams, moving to the Houston Rockets and the Dallas Mavericks in 2023. His journey finally led him to sign with the Denver Nuggets in July 2023, where he plays presently.

Personal Life:
Born to Shawn and Toya Holiday, both of whom played college basketball at Arizona State, Justin grew up in a family with rich sports lineage. All his siblings, Jrue, Aaron, and Lauren, have played basketball professionally. His brother-in-law is also sportsperson Jrue’s wife, who is a player in the U.S. women’s national soccer team. Away from basketball, Justin enjoys family life with his daughter, born in November 2017.

Latest Stats

Denver Nuggets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves on May 12, 2024 Stats (home)


Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Denver Nuggets on May 06, 2024 Stats (home)
Points: 13
Two pointers made: 0
Three pointers made: 4
Steals: 0
Free throws made: 1
Turnovers: 1
Blocked shots: 0
Assists: 1


Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Denver Nuggets on May 04, 2024 Stats (home)
Points: 3.7
Two pointers made: 0
Three pointers made: 1.2
Steals: 1.2
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 0
Blocked shots: 0
Assists: 0


Denver Nuggets vs. Memphis Grizzlies on Apr 14, 2024 Stats (away)
Points: 3
Two pointers made: 0
Three pointers made: 1
Steals: 1
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 1
Assists: 3


Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Denver Nuggets on Apr 10, 2024 Stats (home)
Points: 3
Two pointers made: 0
Three pointers made: 1
Steals: 1
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 0
Assists: 0


Denver Nuggets vs. Utah Jazz on Apr 09, 2024 Stats (away)
Points: 6
Two pointers made: 0
Three pointers made: 2
Steals: 0
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 0
Assists: 0


Atlanta Hawks vs. Denver Nuggets on Apr 06, 2024 Stats (home)
Points: 8
Two pointers made: 1
Three pointers made: 2
Steals: 1
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 1
Assists: 6


Denver Nuggets vs. Los Angeles Clippers on Apr 04, 2024 Stats (away)
Points: 0
Two pointers made: 0
Three pointers made: 0
Steals: 0
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 1
Assists: 0


San Antonio Spurs vs. Denver Nuggets on Apr 02, 2024 Stats (home)
Points: 5
Two pointers made: 1
Three pointers made: 1
Steals: 1
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 0
Assists: 1


Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Denver Nuggets on Mar 31, 2024 Stats (home)
Points: 7
Two pointers made: 2
Three pointers made: 1
Steals: 1
Free throws made: 0
Turnovers: 1
Assists: 0