Diamond Stone: Family, Relationships & Net Worth

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The big man, Diamond Stone, is an American-born professional basketball player playing for the TaiwanBeer HeroBears of the T1 League.

Stone initiated his basketball pursuit solely from his high school days, and in the meantime, he was detected as one of the better bigs on the team.

During his stints at high school, he assisted in leading the team to four straight WIAA Division 4 state championships, and he was named McDonald’s All-American in 2015.

Diamond Stone Posing With The Ball
Diamond Stone Posing With The Ball (Source: Clips Nation)

Back in the fall of 2016, he stepped foot in a reputable parade, NBA, and seemed destined to be a star after the selection brought him to become a part of the NBA as a team player of the Los Angeles Clippers.

After entering the NBA, he had strived to find a spot. While the maximum number of youth free agents paved their way to the NBA by signing training camps or two-way contracts, Stone seemed to have been overlooked.

Even though Stone could not get any significant playing extent on the NBA tier, he did shine in some periodic G League stints.

However, the player has to rotate around the sphere to locate himself on the ideal spot to continue his playing, and in the exploration of that hearth, he traveled mainly to Puerto Rican and Taiwan.

Besides, Stone is an elite center player; he retains his size and physical stature. He has excellent strength and agility in his game and is an excellent free-throw shooter.

Excavate further details about the prominent center player, Diamond Stone, beneath.

Also, quickly peek at the quick instructive facts about the player below.

Quick Facts

Full Name Diamond Louis Stone
Birth Date February 10, 1997
Birth Place Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Nick Name Many Moves
Religion Christianity
Nationality American 
Ethnicity Unknown
  • Dominican High School
  • Maryland University
Horoscope Aquarius
Father’s Name Robert Stone
Mother’s Name Cynthia Oliver-Stone
Siblings One (Endia Oliver)
Age 27 Years Old
Height 6’10’/2.08 m/208 cm
Weight 132 Kg/290 lb.
Jersey no. 33 – TaiwanBeer HeroBears 
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Athletic
Profession Basketball Player
NBA Draft 2016 / Round: 2 / 40th Overall Pick
League NBA, NBA G League & International
Active Years 2016 – Present
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Unknown
Wife Unknown
Kids One (Sapphire Louise Stone)
Net Worth $1 – $5 Million
Position Center
Last Played NBA Team Los Angeles Clippers
Social Media Instagram, Twitter
Merch Not Available
Last Update July 2024

Early Life & Family

The versatile athlete, Diamond Stone, was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on February 10, 1997. Moreover, he holds an American nationality and follows Christianity.

Stone is a prolific son of the supportive parents Cynthia Oliver-Stone and Robert Stone.

His parents had been a tower of strength throughout his life and had stuck with him during his thick and thin.

Diamond Stone With Los Angeles Clippers
Diamond Stone With Los Angeles Clippers (Source: clopsnation.com)

His father, Robert, was a basketball player who played at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, and his mother played volleyball at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.

Similarly, Stone’s rise to prodigy began early when his father hired a professional trainer for him. He also made him partook in Taekwondo and drumming so that he would craft his mind in his hands.

To add more, Stone is endowed to have an older sister, Endia Oliver. She also played volleyball at Tennessee State University.

Coming from a sports background, the passion for playing exists in his blood, and he has gathered the experience from numerous teams in the diverse league to date.

First off,  Stone got interested in basketball from an early age; he initiated playing when he was nine years old and was in fourth grade.

Furthermore, when he was in his eighth grade, he broke his wrist while dunking and was sidelined for eight long weeks.

A Professional Player

Stone also has a cousin sister, Arike Ogunbowale, a professional basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the Women’s National Basketball Team.

She earned an NCAA championship in 2018, and she was labeled WNBA ALL-Star Game MVP in 2021.

Thus, their mothers, Cynthia Oliver-Stone and Yolanda Ogunbowale are sisters who were exceptional athletes of their era.

Diamond Stone With His Cousin, Arike
Diamond Stone With His Cousin, Arike (Source: chicagotribune.com)

Together they grew up and thrived until they caught up to the point where the entire sphere recognized them.

They were the best two high school basketball players from the same land, Wisconsin, and the same family.

Diamond and Arike concurrently played all sports, including football, with their siblings and cousins.

Basketball Career

High School Career

Stone enrolled at the Dominican High School, located in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin.

During his senior year, he logged 24.4 points and added 11.7 rebounds per game.

Also, he hit 7-of-9 shots with 14 points and added three rebounds during the 2015 McDonald’s All-American Game.

College Career

After his four stints with Dominican, he committed to Maryland University in March 2015, and he was one of the highest-rated recruits to ever arrive at Maryland.

In the meantime, he scored 12.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 1.6 blocks for Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball.

Stone was labeled AP Big Ten Newcomer of the Year in December 2015.

Then, he announced for the NBA draft forgoing his final three years of college eligibility.

National Team Career

Stone partook in the 2014 FIBA Under 17 World Championship and was labeled to the All-Tournament Team.

The player also participated in the USA U-16 and 2014 USA U-17 World Championship teams.

Professional Career

Stone was selected as the 40th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Pelicans.

Later, he was traded to Los Angeles Clippers, and in July 2016, he signed with the Clippers.

Yet, he had multiple assignments between the Santa Cruz Warriors and Salt Lake City Stars of the NBA G League.

The Atlanta Hawks acquired Diamond Stone in July 2017, but the Hawks subsequently waived him.

Then, he joined the Chicago Bulls in September 2017, and the Bulls shortly waived him in October 2017.


Stone initiated his season playing with Windy City Bulls, and he was later traded to the Salt Lake City Stars, an affiliated team of the Utah Jazz.

Moreover, he played in the summer leagues for the Utah Jazz, and later, he was acquired by the affiliated team of the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Iowa Wolves.

Diamond Stone With Utah Jazz During Summer League
Diamond Stone With Utah Jazz During Summer League (Source: Twitter)

After Iowa Wolves waived him, Stone was acquired by the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in January 2019.

In February 2021, Stone joined the Guelph Nighthawks of the Canadian Elite Basketball League but didn’t play for the Nighthawks.

Stone joined the Mets de Guaynabo of the Baloncesto Superior Nacional in July 2021 and later signed with the Gigantes de Carolina.

In November 2021, Stone signed with TaiwanBeer HeroBears of the T1 League and is presently playing for the team.

Grants & Honors

  • NBA G League champion (2019)
  • First-team Parade All-American (2015)
  • McDonald’s All-American (2015)
  • Wisconsin Mr. Basketball (2015)

Body Features

An athletic player, Diamond Stone was born on February 10, 1997, and evaluating his birth date, he is 27 years old.

About the physical stats, he stands at a soaring height of 6 feet 10 inches (2.08 m), and his body weight is around 290 lb (132 kg). The dominant player has a wingspan of 7’2.”

Diamond Stone Posing
Diamond Stone Posing (Source: clipsnation.com)

Stone is a sharp player with a fine combination of size, strength, and skill. His length could induce opposing players to alter their shots at the rim.

Moreover, his length and solid instincts enabled him to emerge as a solid shot-blocker, and he also does look confident in his footwork.

Net Worth & Salary

One of the most celebrated players, Diamond Stone, has a net worth of $1 – $5 Million.

Addressing the player’s salary, in the 2017-18 season, with Atlanta Hawks, he earned $1,312,611.

Similarly, in the 2016-17 season, his estimated income with Los Angeles Clippers was $543,471.

Social Media Presence

Diamond Stone is relatively active on social media sites, specifically Twitter and Instagram.

The player has thousands of followers on his verified accounts. He kept them updated with on-court and off-court activities.

Further, he’d essentially uploaded his self-pictures and short clips that portrayed his commitment to basketball. 

On the flip side, his introductory bio is the most notable part of his account.

On his Instagram account, he stated, ” May, The People Who Want To See Me Fail Live Long Enough To See My Success.”

The bio seemed dedicated to those who relish his downfall, and the player wants to kill them with success.

  • Instagram: @iamdstone
  • Twitter: @Diamond_Stone33

Diamond Stone’s Wife

A graceful player, Stone’s relationship status at present is unknown.

The player hasn’t unraveled his love diaries to the general public; thus, his hookups, breakups, or past relationships persisted inaccessible.

Diamond Stone With His Loved Ones
Diamond Stone With His Loved Ones (Source: Instagram)

However, Stone had an adorable little daughter named Sapphire Louise Stone. He loved and cared for his daughter the most.

Nonetheless, the mother of his kid is unknown; he has kept his life confidential, or he’s more focused on his mission to create triumphant basketball glory.

Exposed By A Woman 

The center player, Diamond Stone, was exposed by a woman; well, that was one of the outrageous parts of his life.

A woman called Reyna, who inferred herself as “The Queen of Nudes,” exposed Stone on Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram after sleeping with him.

Even she asserted she hoped to be impregnated by him so she could get some hefty child support checks.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

Who is Diamond Stone’s close friend from the NBA?

Stone’s close friend from the NBA is Jabari Parker; he used to share many things with him. Since Stone was with the Los Angeles Clippers, his list had expanded; he got a good bond with Blake Griffin. 

What number did Diamond Stone wear for the NBA team?

Stone wore number 0 for the Los Angeles Clippers to retain his motivation close. 

What is the reason behind Stone’s nickname M&M?

M&M refers to ”Many Moves” initially given to him by Stone’s dad. The nickname got popularized during his college days in Maryland.

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