Timothy Duane Hardaway Jr. was born in Alameda, California, to Yolanda Hardaway and Tim Hardaway Sr. His father was a five-time All-Star in the NBA. Tim Hardaway Jr. attended Palmer Trinity School as a high-school freshman, playing football before focusing on basketball. He transferred to Miami Palmetto High School prior to his sophomore season, and there he played basketball for three years. During his senior season, Hardaway Jr. posted per-game averages of 31.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 4.0 assists. He earned first-team All-City honors following his junior and senior campaigns after a selection to the third team as a sophomore. As a college basketball star at the University of Michigan, Hardaway Jr. and many of his teammates visited the St. Louis Center -- a caring residential community for children and adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities -- in Chelsea, Michigan, to spend time with residents and demonstrate basketball skills. After reaching the pros, he joined fellow NBA player Ray Allen for a visit to Lake Stevens Middle School in Miami Gardens, Florida, to celebrate the donation of a revamped computer lab and brand new computers via Allen's Ray of Hope Foundation. Learn more about Hardaway Jr. by following him on Twitter (@T_HardJR) and on Instagram (@timmyjr10).