Marcus Derrickson Bio: Career, Love Life, Net Worth & Wiki

Marcus Derrickson is one of the most down-to-earth players you will ever come across. Calm and laid-back yet cool personality is an American professional basketball player who plays for the Busan KT Sonicboom of the Korean Basketball League (KBL). Marcus’ first taste of the pro dream came when the Golden State Warriors drafted him in the 2018 NBA draft.

Additionally, he is an athlete with a fitting personality who aims for a chill lifestyle. To date, he has played for teams like Golden State Warriors, Santa Cruz Warriors, College Park Skyhawks, and Busan KT Sonicboom. Before we plunge deeper into the life history, let’s get used to with some general facts.

Marcus Derrickson
Marcus Derrickson

Quick Facts

Full Name Marcus Derrickson
Date of Birth February 1, 1996
Birth Place Washington, D.C.
Nick Name Doc
Religion Christianity
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Age 24 years old (as of 2020)
Height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Weight 250 lb (113 kg)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Build Athletic
Father’s Name Reginald Derrickson
Mother’s Name Wendy Derrickson
Siblings A brother, Reginald Derrickson, and two sisters, Nichelle Derrickson and Nicole Derrickson
Education Paul VI Catholic (Fairfax, Virginia)

Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro, New Hampshire)

Georgetown Hoyas Men’s Basketball ( 2015-2018)

Marital Status Unknown
Wife Unknown
Profession Basketball player
Position Power forward
Jersey number  32
Affiliations  Golden State Warriors (2018-2019)

Santa Cruz Warriors (2018-2019)

College Park Skyhawks (2019-2020)

Busan KT Sonicboom (2020-present)

Active Years  2013-present
Net Worth Salary $78,523
Social Media Instagram

Physical Attributes

Derrickson is a tall man of 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m), weighing 250 lb (113 kg). He has a ripped physique with a chocolate-colored complexion, and adding to it; he has dark black eyes and black short hair. Additionally, he is sort of chubby and has tattoos.

Marcus Derrickson | Early Life

Derrickson was born on February 1, 1996, to his parents Reginald Derrickson and Wendy Derrickson. He was raised in Washington, D.C., alongside his siblings, Reginald, Nichelle, and Nicole. Besides, he falls under the star sign of Aquarius. However, any further information about his childhood days is not available.

Marcus Derrickson | Initial Career

High School

Derrickson attended Paul VI Catholic High School in Virginia, where he started playing basketball and served the high school team for three years. He recorded an average of 11.8 points per game for his junior years while he was named to the All-Met Team, and he led the Panthers to two Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles.

Paul VI Catholic High School
Paul VI Catholic High School

Later, he was transferred to the Brewster Academy for his final years, where Rival.com ranked him as the No. 81 overall prospect in his class. In October 2013, he then enrolled in Georgetown College.

College

While Marcus recorded 7.1 points and 4.5 rebounds per game during his freshman years, he had posted an average of 8.3 points and 4.4 rebounds per game for his sophomore years. Additionally, right in his starting years, he was named to the Second Team All-Big East.

For the year 2018, Marcus started with his career-high of 27 points on January 20, against the victory over the St. John’s in double overtime. Nearing the end of the season, he struggled with his injured right ankle, which eventually bought a loss to Villanova. By the end of his junior season, he had an average of 15.9 points and 8.1 rebounds per game, which stood him in second place on the team in both categories to Jessie Govan.

Not to mention, he was in the top three-point shooter with an attempt of 46.5 percent. Therewith, he chose to enter into the NBA draft as he gave up his senior years.

Georgetown College
Georgetown College

Marcus Derickson | Professional Career

Golden State Warriors (2018–2019)

Marcus first tried for the 2018 NBA Draft; however, he signed into the Golden State Warriors as he went undrafted. On September 20, 2018, he signed a training camp contract with the Warriors while giving them an outstanding solid preseason.

On October 13, State Warriors converted their deal into a two-way contract with their NBA G League affiliate, the Santa Cruz Warriors. Afterward, Marcus made his G League debut against the Northern Arizona Suns, where he contributed 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting, three rebounds, and three assists over the 118-108 victory.

Similarly, his foremost NBA Debut also came in as a 116-100 win on November 10, 2018, where he posted 2 points and 1 rebound in 6 minutes against the Brooklyn Nets. Following it on December 12, he gained his career-high 37 efficiencies in Santa Cruz’s road win against Erie, 100-101. In the meantime, he had 27 points, 13 rebounds (career-high), and 4 assists. Likewise, the same day, he had recorded a career-high of 6 assists during Santa Cruz’s road win against Frisco, 89-121.

Hence, the 2019 NBA finals didn’t come well for the Warriors as they got defeated in 6 games by the Toronto Raptors. On March 3, 2019, he made his career-high 3 blocks 3 blocks in a 93-114 win against Southaven.

Golden State Warriors
Golden State Warriors

College Park Skyhawks (2019–2020)

On August 23, 2019, the Atlanta Hawks signed an Exhibit 10 (NBA salary cup) contract with Derrickson. However, they waived off Marcus on October 18, 2019, thus signing in with the Hawks’ G League affiliate’s roster, the College Park Skyhawks.

During his tenure in the College Park Skyhawks, he had an average of 13.1 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.8 assists over 27.8 minutes per contest. He had played a total of 40 games during the 2019-2020 G-League regular-season. Furthermore, on November 12, he recorded a season-high with 31 points in 37 minutes against the Long Island Nets.

Against the Capital City Go-Go on December 12, he posted a season-high 11 rebounds in 32 minutes while he had dished a season-high 4 assists in 29 minutes against the Maine Red Claws on December 29. Altogether, in the timeframe of 40 games, he had his score in double figures alongside 3 double-doubles. Despite his impressive record, they waived him off on March 4, 2020.

Atlanta Hawks
Atlanta Hawks

KT Sonicboom (2020–present)

Moving forward, Derrickson dealt with Busan KT Sonicboom on June 26, 2020, as their roster. With the team, he maintained a point of 18.9, 10.2 rebounds, and 6.2 assists.

Marcus Derrickson | 2020 Stats

PTS REB AST PER
4.2 1.2 0.1 0.00

Marcus Derrickson | Highlight

Second-team All-Big East (2018)

Net worth

Although Marcus’ total worth is unknown, his average salary is estimated to be $78,523.

Marcus Derrickson | Love Life & Social Media

Derrickson is a versatile and chill player in the field; however, it is still a mystery when it comes to his personal life. Therefore, if we go through his Instagram posts, we can see him showering love on his daughter. Despite it, his Instagram bio reads a different story for his love.

Instagram handle @doc32

 

 

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