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Dallas Mavericks | #8 | Guard

Josh

Green

PPG

8.2

RPG

3.2

APG

2.3

PIE

6.3

HEIGHT

6'5" (1.96m)

WEIGHT

200lb (91kg)

COUNTRY

Australia

LAST ATTENDED

Arizona

AGE

23 years

BIRTHDATE

November 16, 2000

DRAFT

2020 R1 Pick 18

EXPERIENCE

4 Years

6'5" | 200lb | 23 years

DRAFT

2020 R1 Pick 18

BIRTHDATE

November 16, 2000

COUNTRY

Australia

LAST ATTENDED

Arizona

EXPERIENCE

4 Years

Player Bio

Green was born Nov. 16, 2000 in Sydney, New South Wales. He was born to Australian mother Cahla and American-born father Delmas. Green began playing basketball at five years old, in suburban Syndey, when his mother began coaching him. Green also played Australian rules football, track athletics, rugby, soccer and swimming. By the time he was 10 years old, he had been selected to represent his home state in nine separate sports. Green loved playing Australian rules football. In November 2014, he and his family moved to Phoenix, Arizona. After impressing at his first American High School, Mountain Ridge, he transferred to IMG Academy in Florida, where he became a five-star draft prospect. During the final game of Green's high school career, he led IMG to a national title and was named MVP of the championship game. For college, he went to Arizona. After averaging 12.0 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.5 steals as a freshman, Green declared for the 2020 NBA Draft. Green started all 30 games he appeared in during his first and only collegiate season with Arizona. He put his scoring prowess on display right off the bat, scoring 22 points in the second game of the season against Illinois. Not long afterward, he set a career high with 24 points Nov. 28 against Pepperdine. He averaged 12.0 PPG when it was all said and done, which was bolstered by his outside shooting -- 36.1 percent from beyond the arc. The 6-6 guard was also capable on the defensive end, averaging 1.5 steals per contest, which was good for sixth in the Pac-12. He also had the fourth-best defensive plus/minus in the conference. Green and the Wildcats had done enough to earn an NCAA Tournament berth, but the event was ultimately canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He officially entered the 2020 NBA Draft in early-April.