The 25 years old Devon Hall, a complete delight to watch, is an American Professional Basketball Player who plays as a shooting guard for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the National Basketball Association.
Before getting reckon and recognition in his professional career, outgrowing his undying love and passion for sports, he played basketball in college, representing Virginia Cavalier’s men’s basketball team.
Not to mention, Hall’s fans would love to know the fun-fact trivia that Devon Hall was also a right-handed quarterback and left-handed point guard. He also played football, but soon, he gave up on football following the eighth grade. We shall disclose more about him right here in this article.
Now, without further ado, let’s hop on to Hall’s journey to discover more about the on and offs of his personal and professional life.
Before hopping into his details, mentioned below are some quick facts about the player Devon Hall.
Devon Hall – Quick Facts
|Full Name||Devon Howard Hall|
|Birth Date||July 7, 1995|
|Birth Place||Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States|
|Education||Cape Henrey Collegiate|
|Father’s Name||Mark Hall|
|Mother’s Name||Leslie Guidry|
|Age||25 years old|
|Height||6 ft 5 in (1.96m)|
|Weight||98 kgs (215 lb)|
|Current Team||Oklahoma City Thunder|
|Active Years||2018- till now|
|Marital Status/ Girlfriend||Unmarried/not known|
|Salary||Around 18172$ per month in 2020|
|Net Worth||Around 1 million $|
Devon Hall- Early Life
Devon Hall was born on July 7, 1995, in Virginia, the United States, to his parents Leslie Guidry and Mark Hall. He has an older brother Mark Hall named after his father. His brother is a redshirt senior defensive end on the Virginia football team.
He went to Cape Henry Collegiate School in Virginia Beach. He chose Virginia for his graduation, likely for the choice of his career in basketball and also as the college itself was rated high in terms of nationality or ethnicity for African-Americans.
Devon Hall- College Career
From the various sources, Hall’s fan might have come to know that Hall redshirted his freshman of the year for the 2013-14 season at Virginia to establish himself as one of the efficient and impactful players.
When he was a redshirt freshman, Hall played 10.6 minutes per game and appeared in only 23 games. In all three seasons, Hall managed to average 5.2 points per game. As a senior, he averaged 11.9 points and 4.3 rebounds per game, shooting 44.3 percent from behind the arc on a No. 1 Cavaliers team.
Hall also scored a career-high 25 points in a 68-51 win against NC State on January 14, 2018. He was a second-team All-Acc selection in 2017-2018. He also participated in the 2018 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, averaging 17.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 3.3 assists in 3 games.
He was a member of the Cape Henry Collegiate School Honour Roll from 2010-2013. He also volunteered at the local food bank, Sea Shore State Bank trash pick-up.
Hall left UVA in the spring of 2018 with two degrees- a bachelor’s degree in media studies and a master’s in higher education and is currently enrolled as a graduate student in the Professional Development Program at the Curry School of Foundation.
Devon Hall- Professional Career
Cairns Taipans (2018-2019)
Hall was selected with the 53rd overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft by the Oklahoma City Thunder. After the draft, Hall played for the Thunder in the 2018 NBA Summer League. However, OKC officials and Mark agreed to it as it made sense to them, and there was also no position available for the roster.
Hall’s most both welcoming and challenging moment was in August 2018 when the very young and talented basketball player Hall signed a contract with Cairns Taipans for the 2018-19 NBL season and moved to Queensland, Australia. Hall was one of the three Americans on the Taipan’s roster, along with D.J. Newbill and Melo Trimble.
He says he learned a lot more there; he learned how to grow up, about the organization, how to play under a brand new coach, and moreover, he learned how to be professional.
In 28 games with Taipans, Hall averaged 9.2 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 2.5 assists. He wasn’t satisfied, but he found a “safe haven” in the gym.
“I didn’t want to spend too much time in room.”
With this statement, he must have meant Life is not a piece of cake, surely. He must have his own struggles.No matter how bad or good he plays, he wanted to be consistent with his workouts.
Oklahoma City Blue (2019)
After returning to U.s., Hall joined the Thunder’s G League team, the Oklahoma City Blue. In 10 games with the Blue during the 2018-19 season, he shot 42.2 percent from beyond the arc and averaged 7.3 points and 1.4 rebounds, and 1.5 assists.
Oklahoma City Thunder (2019-2020)
On September 19, 2019, Hall signed a two-way contract with the OKC Thunder. In a pre-season game, he scored 19 points (on 6-for-9 shooting) against the Memphis Grizzlies, but this period also did not last long.
Hall spent 45 days with the OKC Thunder; the maximum allowed a two-way played under NBA rules. Hall was waived on December 11.
What a chaos of life ended him back in OKC G-League, where he had a starring season with OKC Blues. It seems like Hall was swaying between the Blues and thunders.
In 30 games, Hall averaged 15.5 points, 5.7 rebounds, 4.4 assists, and made a perfect 35.7 percent of 3-point attempts.
Well, they say, “Everything happens for a reason.” This is it! Moving back and forth between Blues and the Thunders really boosted up his skills. He seems miraculous when confidence kicks in.
“I had a really good second half of the season where I got into my groove,scoring more than I’ve scored in my life. We were winning and I was a kind of at the forefront of that team, so I felt good”.
Hall returned to Charlottesville when the pandemic hit in March 2020, and The G league and the NBA had to shut down. After which, another opportunity popped up again in his life. Thunder added Hall to its roster for the bubble in Orlando.
Decon Hall, 25, wasn’t active for Orlando’s play-offs but he stayed there with the Oklahoma City Thunders. Brewing himself up with passion and dedication, he tried to swallow all the tips and techniques from point guard Chris Paul and the other veteran players.
Also, read about the other passionate attacking basketball player Damian Lilliard.
Devon Hall – Personal Life
As of now, there is no such information available on the internet and media about Hall’s marriage or Hall’s girlfriend, which sounds like good news for the female fans out there. Yeah, but we cannot bet on the fact that he might be having a secret affair with someone and might disclose about it sometimes later when he feels right. Oops, that’s a mystery again!
On a serious note, apart from the love affairs, the hook-ups, he does share a strong bonding with his parents. He is often spotted hanging out with his friends and family when he is not hitting the court.
Below is one of the posts from his Instagram account where he seems like a Mama’s boy, Cute, Isn’t it?
Devon Hall – Net Worth
The exact information regarding Devon Hall is still behind the rocks regarding his net worth and salary. According to the claims made by various sources, Hall is making 18172$ per month in 2020 as of the recent report. Also, Devon earns s an additional amount of money from his association with different brands.
“Devon Hall is rumoured to have an estimated net worth of around 1 million$ as of 2020”
The players who enrolled in the NBA league team earn around a basic salary of $7000 per month. They also earn from affiliations, bonuses, and NBA call-ups seem like another bite at the cherry.
In 2018, approximately one-quarter of NBA-G league players earned an average of $44000 as bonuses because of their affiliations with the league. Things seem so far so good for the club members out there.
Well, Looking at the brighter side from his story till now, we can get the fact cut straight that ‘Hard work does pay off”. When it comes to talking about his assets, he keeps flaunting the pictures of his lavishing beautiful Jeep Car, which he owns in his Instagram Handles.
Devon Hall- Unknown Facts
- Hall ranks in the 506 positions as a best-paid National Basketball Association player.
- Hall ranks in the 219 positions as a best-paid shooting guard this year.
- Hall ranks in the 17 positions as a best-paid player of Oklahoma City Thunder this year.
- Hall’s agent ” Daniel Curtin” is the one who planned to have him play in the G-League following the NBL season.
- Hall has his own list of favorite players, including the two top-listed sports chauvinist named Michael Jordan, Lebron James.
Devon Hall – Social Media Presence
Sadly we cannot find Hall on Facebook and Twitter handles but yes, of course, there are some hashtags take in with his name Devon Hall.
But the heartwarming side is we can get a sneak peek into his life with his Instagram Handles. He keeps posting about some random stuff, things of his interests, sports, family, friends, social issues, etcetera.
Devon talking about racism.
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August 12th, 2017, Heather Heyer marched against racism and tragically lost her life in Charlottesville, Virginia. Today, we want to honor her name and message. Heather protested against racism wearing a black t-shirt. This black t-shirt with her message is available today only with 100% of profits going to the Heather Heyer Foundation. Tag a friend who will help spread the word. – Visit @lockerroomaccessinc (link in the bio) or lockerroomaccess.com. #heatherheyer #neverforget #charlottesvillestrong #equalrights #biggerthanbasketball #lovenothate #lockerroomaccess
Must say he has a minimal but loyal and supportive fan base.
Feel free to give him a follow or become one after reading this.
Instagram- @d_hall3 followed by 33.2k followers.