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Kendrick Nunn is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was born as Kendrick Melvin Nunn on August 3, 1995, He played college basketball for the Oakland Golden Grizzlies men’s basketball team.
Nunn sat out a season due to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) transfer rules. Nunn previously played three seasons at the University of Illinois. He was dismissed from the team following the 2015–16 season.
He was named to the 2013–14 Big Ten season All-Freshman team. He was the 2018 Horizon League Men’s Basketball Player of the Year after leading the nation in three-point shots made per game.
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Kendrick Melvin Nunn is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association. Kendrick Nunn was born on August 3, 1995, in Chicago, IL. He is a guard for the Santa Cruz Warriors. He played college basketball at Oakland University (MI).
Kendrick Nunn Education, High school career
As a freshman, Nunn received his first scholarship offer from the late Rick Majerus while he was the head coach at Saint Louis University. In talking about schools he was considering, Nunn listed Illinois, Marquette, Memphis, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and UCLA.
During his senior season, Simeon Career Academy celebrated its senior night by retiring Nunn’s No. 20 and teammate Jabari Parker’s No. 22. Nunn and Parker joined Derrick Rose, Bobby Simmons, and Benji Wilson as the only other Wolverine basketball players to have their jersey number retired. Over the course of his high school career, Nunn won four IHSA state titles with Simeon.
Initially, Nunn had verbally committed to Texas A&M before the start of his junior year in August 2011. About two months later, Nunn had announced his de-commitment from Texas A&M to re-open his recruiting process. Nunn’s father, Melvin, explained that Kendrick felt he committed too quickly in the process and wants to further explore all of his options.
After his official visit to Illinois, Nunn verbally committed to the program and coach John Groce on September 15, 2012.
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Kendrick Nunn is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Oakland Golden Grizzlies men’s basketball team. Kendrick Nunn has a height of 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) tall and a weight of 184 lb (83 kg)
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Kendrick Nunn is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Kendrick Nunn signed a 3 year / $3,085,450 contract with the Miami Heat, including $304,737 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $1,028,483.
In 2019-20, Nunn will earn a base salary of $1,416,852, while carrying a cap hit of $1,416,852 and a dead cap value of $300,000. He has an estimated net worth of $1,416,852 as of 2019
2019 non-guaranteed, $50k guaranteed if not waived on or before 7/1/19, $150k guaranteed if not waived on or before 8/1/19, $450k if not waived before first reg season game
2020 non-guaranteed, fully guaranteed on first reg season game
Kendrick Nunn College career
He made his first start for the Fighting Illini on February 9, 2014, against Penn State, scoring 19 points and helping the team end an eight-game losing streak. Nunn tied his career-high of 19 points starting against Minnesota in Minneapolis on February 19, and he was awarded Big Ten Freshman of the Week on February 24, 2014, for his efforts in helping the Illini to a win.
Following wins over Nebraska and Michigan State, in which Nunn averaged 10.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 3.5 assists, Nunn repeated as Big Ten Freshman of the Week on March 3. Following the regular season, Nunn was named to the 2013–14 Big Ten All-freshman team by the coaches.
Nunn was dismissed from the Illinois basketball team on May 24, 2016, after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor battery charge. Almost a month later, he transferred to Oakland University. Nunn had to sit out for the 2016–17 season per NCAA transfer rules.
Nunn earned Horizon League Player of the Week for the 2017–18 Oakland Golden Grizzlies three times: November 13, December 18 and January 22.
As a senior, Nunn led NCAA Division I with 4.47 Three-point shots made per game, and he finished second in scoring to Trae Young with a 25.9 point per game average. On February 28, 2018, Nunn was chosen as the Horizon League Player of the Year.
Kendrick Nunn Professional career
Santa Cruz Warriors (2018–2019)
After going undrafted in the 2018 NBA draft, Nunn signed a partially guaranteed deal with the Golden State Warriors. The contract guarantees him a spot on the Warriors NBA Summer League roster and an invitation to their fall camp, plus some guaranteed money. The Warriors released him on October 12.
He was then added to the roster of the Warriors’ NBA G League affiliate, the Santa Cruz Warriors. In his November 4 professional debut in the NBA G League, Nunn recorded 15 points in a 118-108 win against the Northern Arizona Suns. On November 10, he posted 32 points off the bench against the Iowa Energy.
Miami Heat (2019–present)
On April 10, 2019, the Miami Heat announced that they had signed Nunn. On October 18, Nunn scored a career-high 40 points in a preseason loss to the Houston Rockets. On October 23, 2019, Nunn made his debut in NBA, started in a 120–101 win over the Memphis Grizzlies with twenty-four points, two rebounds, three assists, and two steals.
National team career
In March 2011, Nunn was among the 24 players who earned an invitation to the June 10–18, 2011 tryouts for FIBA U16 competition at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Nunn was one of four Chicago products to emerge from the 27-man tryouts as part of the 12-man team.
He won a gold medal in the 2011 FIBA Americas Under-16 Championship, with Team USA in Cancun, Mexico. This qualified the United States for the 2012 FIBA U17 World Championship. The team, which was coached by Don Showalter of Mid-Prairie High School, scored over 100 points in each outing.
Nunn was selected for the USA team that competed in the 2012 FIBA Under-17 World Championship in Kaunas, Lithuania from June 29 – July 8, 2012, along with Simeon teammate Parker and Whitney Young rival Jahlil Okafor. Again, Nunn won a gold medal with Team USA.
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Rookies Herro and Nunn make their presence known in Heat’s season-opening win over Memphis
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And now, Tyler Herro and Kendrick Nunn.
The common thread between these four duos: They’re the only rookie pairs to start for the Miami Heat on Opening Night in the franchise’s 32 seasons.
But Herro and Nunn, who joined that club on Wednesday, are the only tandem to start and win.
The two combined for 38 points in the Heat’s 120-101 win over the Memphis Grizzlies at AmericanAirlines Arena.
And that fails to mention fellow rookie Chris Silva’s eight fourth-quarter points as the Heat used a 37-17 final period — fueled in large part by those first-year players — to put the game out of reach.
“Those three rooks that we have,” Justice Winslow said, “They played phenomenally.”
Herro and Nunn both being in the starting lineup in their first NBA game was a move made possible with four-time All-Star Jimmy Butler out due to personal reasons and Dion Waiters suspended for conduct detrimental to the team.
Coach Erik Spoelstra had Nunn penciled into the starting lineup from the start. Herro’s insertion came only after Butler was ruled out.
“I was ready to start or ready to come off the bench either way,” Herro said. “I was excited to start. Whatever coach needs, I got.”
And the two quickly went to work.
Herro, the youngest player to ever start a game for the Miami Heat at 19 years and 276 days old, scored Miami’s first points of this young season with a floating bank shot 36 seconds into his NBA career. The first-round pick out of the University of Kentucky finished with 14 points, eight rebounds, an assist and two steals.
He played the first 9:54 of the game before being subbed out — the longest of any Heat starter — and was on the court for 33:54 overall. Only Winslow (36:58) played more minutes for Miami.
Nunn, a 24-year-old undrafted rookie who showed playmaking potential with a 40-point outburst in the preseason finale against the Houston Rockets, scored 24 points. The Heat outscored Memphis by 27 points in Nunn’s 26:31 on the floor. Foul trouble — two whistles in the first four minutes — limited Nunn early, but he emerged with 11 points in the fourth quarter.
“Kendrick just plays at this very steady fourth-quarter pace, and he does that throughout the course of the entire game,” Spoelstra said. “He doesn’t get sped up even when guys get up and into him. That’s part of the reason why he’s such an efficient basketball player, low turnover. You feel confident that he’s going to get you a look somehow because he plays at a pace that is under control, but still puts pressure on the defense.”
The two paired up for one of the highlights plays in the first quarter. Bam Adebayo stole a pass and took the ball up the court and passed to Herro, who quickly lobbed the ball to a running Nunn on a play that ended with a big dunk.
Statistically speaking, it was the best one-two starting rookie punch in the season opener that the Heat has played within four tries over the franchise’s history.
In the 2008-09 season opener, Chalmers put up 17 points on 7 of 13 shooting with seven rebounds, eight assists, and just one turnover, while Beasley recorded nine points and four rebounds in a 120-115 loss to the New York Knicks.
Wade scored 18 points in his NBA debut in 2003, while fellow rookie Haslem had two points and eight rebounds in an 89-74 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.
And in the first-ever Miami Heat game on Nov. 5, 1988, Seikaly and Edwards combined for 23 points and 10 rebounds in a 111-91 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.
And, most importantly, the Heat hope it’s just the beginning.
“Nothing surprised me,” Winslow said. “We’ve been in the trenches for a couple of weeks now together — a month or so — so I know what all these guys are capable of. There’s going to be nights when we have different leading scorers and things like that, but nothing surprised me. We’ve got a lot of dogs in this locker room and they showed it tonight. Mentally, they were tough, they were stable, they were ready for the opportunity.”
Opening night comes with $150,000 payoff for Heat’s Kendrick Nunn
The value of Kendrick Nunn’s opening-night uniform? An argument could be made that it is priceless, considering it is the first time wearing an NBA jersey in a regular-season game.
The reality is that the experience is worth $150,000, with the appearance on the Miami Heat opening-night roster triggering that guarantee.
As part of the contract he signed with the Heat on the final day of last season, Nunn received $150,000 of his contract guaranteed if on the roster on Aug. 1, which was the case after his breakout performance during summer league.
The guarantee for the 6-foot-2 guard then was elevated to $300,000 if on the opening-night roster. There then will be another $150,000 guarantee if on the roster on Dec. 1.
The remainder of Nunn’s $1.4 million 2019-20 salary will guarantee if he is on the roster on Jan. 10, the date when all NBA contracts are guaranteed for the season.
The only other contract, beyond the Heat’s two two-way contracts, already not fully guaranteed for the season is Duncan Robinson’s $1.4 million salaries, with $1 million of that figure already guaranteed and the rest due at the Jan. 10 deadlines.
Because of the Heat’s position against the hard cap, the waiving of either Nunn or Robinson would not free up enough salary to sign a replacement player. Because of that, Nunn essentially is already guaranteed his full 2019-20 salary.
Because he was not with the Heat last season and did not play for the Golden State Warriors while spending 2018-19 with their G League affiliate, the Santa Cruz Warriors, Nunn is classified as a rookie by the NBA, eligible for All-Rookie, Rookie of the Month and similar recognition this season. He went undrafted out of Oakland University in 2018. Published on Oct 23, 2019
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