James Monteinez Wiseman, who was born on March 31, 2001, is currently a professional basketball player from the United States. His achievements include ranking first, winning multiple national player-of-the-year honors, and playing in the McDonald’s All-United States Game following his final season. James belongs to the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association. At present, he is the top ranked player and has been awarded numerous national player of the year awards.

It is a fact that her mother’s name is Donzaleigh Artis and her father’s name is Stefan Wiseman. His mother raised him and his sister, Jaquarius Greer, alone, as his father may have left the family when he was young. He is incredibly tall, dark, and handsome, and is a natural choice as the heartthrob of many young people. In relation to his affairs, he is currently in a romantic relationship with Alana, who is also of black ethnicity. Alana is very supportive of him and encourages him.

Birth NameJames Monteinez Wiseman
Birth Date31 March 2001
Age22 Years Old
Birth PlaceNashville, Tennessee, U.S
ProfessionAmerican basketball player Center
WeightIn Kilograms- 98 kg (approx)
ParentsStefan Wiseman(Father) and Donzaleigh Artis(Mother)
SiblingsJaquarius Greer(sister)
Husband/Wife/SpouseNot Known
Net Worth210,233 Euros


His teammates included Wiseman, who is a freshman at The Ensworth School in Nashville, Tennessee, and Jordan Bone, who will play for the NBA in the future. Assumed the role of St. Louis Eagles Amateur Athletic Union squad member in 2016. The MaxPreps Sophomore All-American team gave him an honorable mention with a score of about 20 points and six rebounds per game. Wiseman was ranked #1 on 247Sports and ESPN’s 2019 class list, and was a unanimous five-star recruit from high school. In the 2020 NBA draft, Wiseman was considered the odds-on favorite to be picked first overall. Wiseman was unable to play with Memphis in Nassau, Bahamas in August 2019 due to a minor shoulder injury. Wiseman announced on December 19, 2019 that he would leave Memphis, work with an agent, and prepare for the 2020 NBA draft, which would conclude his college career. His suspension resulted in him missing seven games. In the 2020 NBA Draft, the Golden State Warriors selected Wiseman as their second overall pick. On December 22, 2020, he made his NBA debut against the Brooklyn Nets, registering 19 points, six rebounds, and two steals in a 99-125 loss. In spite of his impressive performance in the Under-16 tournament, he was unable to compete in the 2018 FIBA Under-17 Basketball World Cup due to injury. Wiseman was absent from the season, but he was instrumental in helping the Warriors defeat the Boston Celtics in six games to win the NBA title. On July 10, 2022, when Wiseman returned to the NBA Summer League after injury, he beat the San Antonio Spurs 86-85, with 11 points, two rebounds, and two blocks.

Net Worth

In November 2020, the center negotiated a deal with the Golden State Warriors that would pay him an incredible salary of 8.9 million dollars ($7.5 million euros) annually. His net worth currently sits at 210,233 Euros. His goal is to reach a net worth of $250,000. The speed at which he agrees to the deal will determine the speed at which he arrives.

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