MarJon Beauchamp's Stats and Biography

Team: Milwaukee Bucks

Position: SG

Height: 6'7" (2.01m)

Weight: 199lb (90kg)

Country: USA

Attended: NBA G League Ignite

Age: 23 years

Dob: October 12, 2000

Draft: 2022 R1 Pick 24


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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Who Are Marjon Beauchamp's Parents?
Marjon Beauchamp's parents are Jon Marc Beauchamp, a former basketball player with a background in college football, and Denise.

What Is The Story Of Marjon Beauchamp?
Marjon Beauchamp is an aspiring NBA player who, after high school, trained with Chameleon BX in San Francisco in preparation for the 2021 NBA Draft, but returned to Washington and began reconsidering his college options due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What College Did Marjon Beauchamp Attend?
Marjon Beauchamp attended Yakima Valley College.

What Is The Value And Duration Of Marjon Beauchamp's Contract?
MarJon Beauchamp signed a 4-year contract with the Milwaukee Bucks worth $12,609,596, including $5,094,600 guaranteed.

What Is The Height Of Marjon Beauchamp?
The height of Marjon Beauchamp is currently unknown.

Was Marjon Beauchamp Drafted?
Yes, Marjon Beauchamp was drafted 24th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2022 NBA draft.

What Is Marjon Beauchamp's Net Worth?
The net worth of Marjon Beauchamp is currently unknown.

Who Is Marjon Beauchamp's Mom?
The identity of Marjon Beauchamp's mom is not publicly disclosed.

MarJon Beauchamp, born October 12, 2000, is an American professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Having played college basketball for Yakima Valley Yaks before making his leap to the professional circuit, Beauchamp’s journey from a high school to professional career is full of significant milestones that demonstrate his extraordinary potential and dedication to the sport.

Born and raised in Yakima, Washington, Beauchamp entered high school and made a significant move to Seattle. He attended Nathan Hale High School with the intent of playing competitive basketball under the guidance of head coach Brandon Roy. This move was mainly to face stronger competition and develop his skills further. As a freshman, he was part of a highly competitive team, playing alongside top-rated recruits Michael Porter Jr. and Jontay Porter.

Nathan Hale’s performance during Beauchamp’s freshman year was phenomenal — they ended the season with an unbeaten record of 29-0 and won the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Class 3A state title while also securing the No.1 national ranking from MaxPreps.

In his sophomore year, Beauchamp shifted to Garfield High School in Seattle. Along with him, former Nathan Hale coach Brandon Roy and teammate P.J. Fuller also joined Garfield. During his time at Garfield, Beauchamp helped the school achieve its second consecutive Class 4A state championship, reaching the quarterfinals at High School Nationals.

Due to a lack of motivation in class and health issues related to mold in his house at Garfield, Beauchamp moved to join Rainier Beach High School for his junior season. His adeptness in basketball continued to shine at his new school.
He led Rainier Beach to league and district titles, earning the recognition of the most valuable player of the Seattle 3A Metro League. The promising basketball player averaged impressive stats of 26 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists per game during his time at Rainier Beach.

Before his senior season, Beauchamp transferred to Dream City Christian School — a school in Glendale, Arizona with a fledgling basketball program. On completion of his high school career, he went back home to Yakima to graduate from Eisenhower High School.

After impressing in his freshman season, Beauchamp received offers from four NCAA Division I programs, including the University of Washington. However, Beauchamp announced on August 1, 2019, that he would forgo college basketball.

Instead of attending a college, Beauchamp signed up with Chameleon BX, a San Francisco-based training program, to prepare for the 2021 NBA draft. However, due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, Beauchamp returned to Washington and started re-considering his options. By March 2021, he joined the basketball team at Yakima Valley College back in his hometown and played a season. Despite the school’s offer and interest from several other Division I universities, Beauchamp decided to forgo attending a university, concerned about his amateur status.

In 2021, Beauchamp signed with the NBA G League Ignite of the NBA G League. He made a good impression by averaging 15.1 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game.

His performance in the G League eventually led to his selection in the 2022 NBA draft by the Milwaukee Bucks. In his Summer League debut, Beauchamp did not disappoint and scored 16 points, aiding in a 94-90 victory over the Brooklyn Nets.

Post his Summer League performance, on July 7, 2022, Beauchamp was offered and signed a rookie-scale contract with the Bucks. He continued to impress, setting career highs of 19 and then 20 points in games against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Atlanta Hawks respectively.

Beauchamp also put on excellent performances while playing for the Milwaukee Bucks’ G-League affiliate, the Wisconsin Herd. He scored an impressive 36 points in a game against the Birmingham Squadron, cementing his reputation as a player to watch.

Apart from his impressive basketball journey, Beauchamp has strong family ties and a strong faith. He is a devout Christian and is of Native American descent from the Mission Indians and La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians. His father, Jon, played college basketball for Eastern Washington and Highline College. Jon Beauchamp also had a career in radio and currently works in customer relations in Bellevue, Washington. MarJon Beauchamp is the proud grandson of Henry Beauchamp, who was the first African-American mayor of Yakima.

Latest Stats

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Indiana Pacers on Apr 26, 2024 Stats (away)
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Orlando Magic on Apr 14, 2024 Stats (away)
Points: 7
Two pointers made: 2
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Steals: 1
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Turnovers: 0
Assists: 0


Memphis Grizzlies vs. Milwaukee Bucks on Apr 03, 2024 Stats (home)
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Washington Wizards on Apr 02, 2024 Stats (away)
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Atlanta Hawks on Mar 30, 2024 Stats (away)
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. New Orleans Pelicans on Mar 28, 2024 Stats (away)
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Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Milwaukee Bucks on Mar 24, 2024 Stats (home)
Points: 2
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Brooklyn Nets vs. Milwaukee Bucks on Mar 21, 2024 Stats (home)
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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Boston Celtics on Mar 20, 2024 Stats (away)
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Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks on Mar 17, 2024 Stats (home)
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