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Devin Booker is a 6 foot 6 professional basketball player. He currently plays in the NBA for the Phoenix Suns. He has played there since he was drafted in the 2015 draft in the 13th position.

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Devin Booker was born the 30th of October of 1996 in Grand Rapids. His father was also a professional basketball player, mostly playing internationally but he played for the Rockets and the Nuggets. Thanks to him Devin Booker became the player he is today. During his highschool days, he played for Moss Point School District in Mississippi. During those three years, he would be known as a great scorer as in his first year he averaged 22.8 points and was named South Mississippi Player of the Year.

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In his second year he would average nearly 30 points a game along with 8 rebounds and four assists. He also had offers from Duke, North Carolina, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, and Mississippi State. Going into his senior year of highschool, he was ranked 30th of his class. During the year, he committed to the Kentucky Wildcats and he became Moss Point´s all time scorer with 2,263 points and was named to the USA Today All-USA third team.

During his college career he played with future NBA players Karl-Anthony Towns and Tyler Ulis. He averaged 10 points, 2 rebounds and 1.1 assists. After this he would be drafted 13th to the Phoenix Suns.

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Lastly, in his NBA career, he has been known as a very underrated player, since he has been averaging over 25 points a game for 4 years but was only named an All Star these last two seasons. This is because it was believed that he was putting empty stats since his team was always one of the worst ones. However everything changed this year thanks to the help of the veteran point guard Chris Paul, who helped the team to the 2nd seed and a trip to the finals for the first time since 1993. During the playoffs Booker proved all the haters wrong averaging 27 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists. He also scored 40 points 4 times during those playoffs, two of them being in the finals, where he would ultimately fall to Giannis and the Milwaukee Bucks.

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