Marvin Bagley III Biography, Age, Family, Education, Kings, Height and Stats

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Who is Marvin Bagley III?

Marvin Bagley III is an American professional basketball player for the Sacramento, California-based team Sacramento Kings of the NBA.

Marvin played college basketball for the Duke Blue Devils and was a 2018 Consensus All-American. He was also selected with the second overall pick by the Kings in the 2018 Nba draft. He attended Corona del Sol High School in Tempe, Arizona as a freshman and Hillcrest Prep in Phoenix, Arizona as a sophomore.

How Old is Marvin Bagley III?

Bagley III is 22 years old as of 2021. He was born on March 14, 1999, in Tempe, Arizona. He shares his birthday with other famous people such as Albert Einstein, Stephen Curry, Michael Caine, Aamir Khan, Quincy Jones, Jamie Bell, among others.

Marvin Bagley III Family

Who are Marvin Bagley III’s Parents?

Marvin was born to Marvin Jr. and Tracy Caldwell. His father previously played college football at North Carolina A&T as well as with the Arizona Rattlers professionally. His father met his mother while he was playing with the Rattlers in the Arena Football League.

A photo of Marvin Bagley III
A photo of Marvin Bagley III

Does Marvin Bagley III have Siblings?

He has two younger brothers Marcus Bagley and Martay. Marcus has received offers from Arizona, Arizona State, and UCLA.

Marvin Bagley High School

In his sophomore year, Bagley was teammates with future #1 pick Deandre Ayton. He then transferred to Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, California in 2016. Bagley was ruled ineligible to play his first year at Sierra Canyon due to California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) rules. The ruling would help play a factor in reclassifying his senior year of high school up a year early. He averaged 24.9 points per game and 10.1 rebounds per game in his last session for Sierra Canyon. In 2017, Bayley would be named for the All-USA Today First-team.

He was rated as a five-star recruit throughout his high school career and was also formerly ranked as the top player in the 2018 class before his reclassification. Marvin’s first college basketball scholarship came from Northern Arizona University when he was 14.

Before beginning what would have been considered his senior year of high school, Marvin would reclassify himself into the Class of 2017 instead. This would allow him to enter the 2018 NBA draft as an early entry at the collegiate level.

Bagley announced that he successfully reclassified himself as a graduate from Sierra Canyon in August 2017 and is eligible to play college basketball for Duke University during the 2017–18 NCAA Division I men’s basketball season. While still a member of the Class of 2018 for Sierra Canyon, Marvin filed for reclassification. This made him eligible for NCAA play. On September 1, 2017, Bagley graduated from Sierra Canyon and made his way onto Duke’s campus after finishing up his high school academics a week later.

Marvin Bagley III Duke | College

He made his Duke debut on November 10, 2017, recording 25 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Elon University.

He recorded 34 points and a freshman record 15 rebounds for Duke as they defeated the Texas Longhorns 85–78 in overtime on November 24. Bagley tied the freshman record in rebounds recorded 4 days later in their next game and scored 30 points in an 87–84 win over the Florida Gators. This would be the first time a Duke player would record such numbers for the team since the 1960s. He recorded 32 points and a record-high 21 rebounds in a 100–93 win over the Florida State Seminoles on December 30.

On January 13, 2018, with the 30 points and 11 rebounds Bagley III recorded on an 89–71 win over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. He became the ACC’s newest record holder for most 30 points, 10 rebound double-doubles for a season. At the end of the regular season, he was named both the ACC’s Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year, as well as become a member of the All-ACC first team. Bagley was also named a consensus member of the All-American First-Team throughout multiple organizations. In addition to that, he joined DeAndre Ayton and Trae Young to record the most freshmen players to join the consensus All-American First-Team in a season.

In 2018, following Duke’s loss in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, he announced his intention to forgo his final three seasons of collegiate eligibility and declare for the 2018 NBA draft

Marvin Bagley III Sacramento Kings

Marvin was selected with the second overall in the 2018 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings, behind his former high school teammate Deandre Ayton on June 21, 2018. He officially signed a rookie scale contract with the Kings on July 1, 2018. He made his professional debut with Sacramento on October 17, 2018.

That night, Bagley recorded 6 points and 5 rebounds in only 12 minutes of action coming off the bench in a 123–117 loss to the Utah Jazz. In his next game two days later, he recorded 19 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 blocks in a 149–129 blowout loss to the New Orleans Pelicans. He recorded a season-high 20 points, 9 rebounds, a season-high 5 blocks, and 3 assists in a 126–112 loss to the Denver Nuggets On October 23.

He was diagnosed to have a non-displaced fracture in his right thumb on October 24, 2019. Though he was expected to be sidelined for four to six weeks. Bagley played 13 games then the Corona Pandemic hit and the season was suspended. During his practice on July 19, 2020, Bagley sustained a right foot injury. As a result, he missed the remainder of the 2019–20 season.

The Sacramento Kings announced on December 4, 2020, that they had exercised their option on him. He was later informed before the 2021–22 season, that he would not be part of the rotation. This was after he failed to reach a contract extension.

How Tall Is Marvin Bagley III

Marvin stands at a height of 6 inches 10 feet.

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2017–18 Duke