FULL NAME: Joel Vincent Anthony
DATE OF BIRTH: August 9th, 1982.
STATE OF ORIGIN: Montreal, Quebec.
LANGUAGES: America English.
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HIGH SCHOOL: Selwyn House School (Westmount, Quebec)
Dawson College (Montreal, Quebec).
COLLEGE: Pensacola State (2002–2004)UNLV (2004–2007)NBA draft2007 / Undrafted.
PLAYING CAREER: 2007 – present.
COMPLETE Biography, History, Family, State Of Origin, Birth And Throwback Photos Of Joel Anthony
Joel Vincent Anthony born on August 9, 1982 is a 35 years old Canadian professional basketball player who plays for San Lorenzo of the Liga Nacional de Básquetbol . He is also a member of the Canadian national basketball team.
Joel Anthony signed a one-year deal (with an option for a second) with Miami in July 2007.He made 24 appearances that season, averaging 3.5 points and 3.9 rebounds. The following year Anthony made his NBA playoff debut during Miami’s first round series with the Atlanta Hawks. Miami lost the series 4–3. He was re-signed by the Heat in July 2009.
Joel Anthony‘s mother is Erene Anthony from the island of Antigua, who he listed on his biography as the person that made a difference in his life because she has been an inspiration to him. He also has a sister, Sherlette Pryce. He graduated from UNLV in December 2006 with a degree in university studies, and majoring in sociology and physical education.
He is commonly referred to as “The Warden” by fans. The nickname started gaining traction on Twitter after the Heat beat the Knicks in New York on December 17, 2010,and fans credited Anthony for “locking up” Amar’e Stoudemire. However, his teammates refer to him as “Doc”.
Joel Anthony after attending Selwyn House School and Dawson College in the Montreal, Quebec area, Anthony was recruited by Pensacola Junior College in Pensacola, Florida, United States. After two years, he transferred to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). He led the team in blocks in his junior season in 2004–05; fourth overall in the Mountain West Conference, but redshirted the next season and did not play.
Returning to help lead the Runnin’ Rebels to a 30–7 season his senior year (2006–07), he was named Mountain West Conference defensive player of the year after finishing second in the NCAA’s Division I in blocks-per-40-minutes (6.77), and first in the conference in blocked shots, blocks per game, and defensive win shares. (The D–I leader, Mickell Gladness, later became Anthony’s Miami Heat teammate.) The highlight in Anthony’s senior year was his only double-double of the season, a season-high 13-block, 11-rebound effort versus Texas Christian on February 7, 2007.
If there should be anything to at all mention as Joel Anhony‘s skill, then basket ball related stuffs should be at the helm(I mean number one).
Joel Anthony is but a proffessional basket ball player, whom has wins several NBA awards.Therefore Basket should be rated as his number skill.
There’s no current estimated net worth for Joel Anthony. Meanwhile, if there’s later any, it’ll be updated as soon as it’s been discovered, so stay tune and never stop coming back!(**winks**).
Hmm! Joel Anthony‘s relationship affairs? Well, currently nothing has been gathered relating to his relatioship sector. Meanwhile he must definitely ghat a lot of girlfriends and crushers(as a star you know). More Loading….
AWARDS AND EVENTS
On January 15, 2014, a three-team trade was completed involving the Miami Heat, the Boston Celtics, and the Golden State Warriors. The Heat sent Anthony, a protected future draft pick received from Philadelphia in an earlier trade, and a 2016 second-round draft pick to the Celtics. In exchange, the Heat received Toney Douglas from the Warriors. The Warriors also received Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks from the Celtics as part of the deal.
National team career
Anthony made his national team debut in the summer of 2008. He made a tremendous impact on the court for the Canadians, by setting both scoring and shot blocking records for an individual game. However, Canada failed to qualify for the Beijing Olympics.
JOEL ANTHONY PLAYOFFS
NBA career statistics
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