Bam Adebayo

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Bam

Adebayo

NBA All-Star Game
NBA All-Star Game

HEIGHT

6 ft10 in

/ 2.08m

WEIGHT

255 lbs

/ 115.7kg

LATEST VIDEOS

All Dunks of the Day, 02/13/2019

All Dunks of the Day, 02/11/2019

All Dunks of the Day, 02/10/2019

0021800838 - Bam Adebayo - Golden State Warriors - Miami Heat - Dunk - 4Q

0021800824 - Bam Adebayo - Miami Heat - Sacramento Kings - And-1 - 1Q

All Dunks of the Day, 02/05/2019

0021800803 - Bam Adebayo - Miami Heat - Portland Trail Blazers - Dunk - 2Q

All Dunks of the Day, 02/02/2019

All Dunks of the Day, 02/01/2019

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Dwyane Wade finds Bam Adebayo for your Heads Up Play of the Day!

0021800772 - Bam Adebayo - Miami Heat - Oklahoma City Thunder - Dunk - 4Q

0021800757 CHI MIA RECAP

Bobby Portis scores 26 points off the bench and Wayne Selden adds 20 as the Bulls win on the road.

0021800757 - Bam Adebayo - Chicago Bulls - Miami Heat - Dunk - 1Q

All Dunks of the Day, 01/27/2019

0021800709 - Josh Richardson Dunk

All Dunks of the Day, 01/23/2019

0021800709 - Bam Adebayo - Los Angeles Clippers - Miami Heat - Buzzer-Beater - 3Q

All Dunks of the Day, 01/21/2019

0021800698 MIA BOS RECAP

Kyrie Irving finishes with 26 points, 10 assists and a career-high eight steals in the Celtics victory.

0021800685_Miami Heat with a 12-0 Run vs. Chicago Bulls


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected in the first round (14th overall) of the 2017 NBA Draft by the HEAT…signed by the HEAT on July 1, 2017. 2017-18 SEASON: Appeared in 69 games (19 starts) with the HEAT and averaged 6.9 points (.512 FG%, .721 FT%), 5.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 19.8 minutes…missed one game due to injury with a sprained right ankle (Mar. 27), 11 games as a DNP-CD and sat out one game (Mar. 3) due to personal reasons…ranked among the NBA rookie leaders in field goal percentage (4th), rebounds per game (6th) and blocks per game (9th)….led the HEAT in dunks (91), finished second in offensive rebounds and third in total rebounds…his 41 blocks ranked fourth on the HEAT’s all-time rookie list…scored in double figures on 18 occasions…grabbed double-figure rebounds 10 times and posted seven double-doubles…had five-or-more assists in a game on six occasions…topped the team in blocks on 16 occasions, in rebounds 11 times, in steals 10 times, in plus/minus on eight occasions, in assists four times and in minutes twice…was Miami’s leading scorer off the bench eight times and also led the Miami reserves in rebounds 17 times, in assists and blocks 15 times each, in plus/minus on 14 occasions, in steals 12 times and in minutes in three games…when he made all seven of his field goal attempts and all five of his free throw attempts at Cleveland on Nov. 28 he became just the second player in franchise history, joining Dorell Wright (Feb. 4, 2008 vs. Toronto), to be perfect from both the floor and the foul line in a single-game with a minimum of five attempts of each…hit 13 consecutive field goal attempts from Nov. 19-29, the most consecutive makes by a HEAT player in 2017-18…set a HEAT rookie single-game record for offensive rebounds with 10 on Oct. 30 vs. Minnesota…made his NBA debut on Oct. 18 at Orlando…made his first career start on Oct. 25 vs. San Antonio…Season Highs: 19 points (at Cleveland, Nov. 28), 16 rebounds (at Sacramento, Mar. 14), six assists (twice), five blocks (at Toronto, Jan. 9), four steals (vs. Charlotte, Dec. 1) and 37:30 minutes (vs. Dallas, Dec. 22). PLAYOFFS: 2018: Came off the bench in all five games in Miami’s Opening Round series against Philadelphia and averaged 3.4 points (.467 FG%, .214 FT%), 4.0 rebounds and 15.4 minutes…ranked among the NBA rookie postseason leaders in rebounds per game (4th), blocks per game (tied-6th), scoring average (7th) and minutes per game (7th)…finished second on the team in offensive rebounds…topped the team in blocks once…made his NBA postseason debut in Game 1 at Philadelphia on Apr. 14.

College History

Played one season at Kentucky before becoming an early entry candidate for the 2017 NBA Draft…was the only player to start all 38 games for Kentucky in 2016-17…averaged 13.0 points (.599 FG%, .653 FT%), 8.0 rebounds, 1.50 blocks and 30.1 minutes…named to the SEC All-Freshman Team and the All-SEC Second Team…selected to the SEC All-Tournament Team after leading the Wildcats to the tournament championship…was a two-time SEC Freshman of the Week recipient (Feb. 27 and Mar. 6)…was one of three Kentucky players drafted in the first round of the 2017 NBA Draft joining De’Aaron Fox and Malik Monk…led the Wildcats in rebounds, blocks, double-doubles, dunks and starts…finished second on the team in free throws made and minutes played and third in points…led the team in rebounding a team-high 20 times and in blocks on a team-high 18 occasions…recorded 101 dunks which ranked second in the NCAA in 2016-17 and marked a single-season high by any Kentucky player under head coach John Calipari, surpassing Anthony Davis’ 92 in 2011-12…tallied back-to-back 15-rebound games with a 22-point, 15-rebound double-double at Missouri on Feb. 21 and then a 18-point, 15-rebound double-double against 13th-ranked Florida on Feb. 25, becoming the first Wildcat since Jared Prickett in 1994 to post consecutive 15-rebound games and the first time it was done during SEC games since Sam Bowie in 1984…grabbed 18 rebounds in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Northern Kentucky, the third-most ever in school history during March Madness…became just the second player in school history to post a double-double in each of his first two NCAA Tournament games joining Julius Randle (2014).

Full name is Edrice Femi Adebayo…goes by the nickname “Bam” which was given to him at the age of one after flipping over a table while watching The Flintstones in a manner that resembled one of the characters, Bamm-Bamm Rubble...is the son of Marilyn Blount and John Adebayo…his cousin, Bruce Peartree, played basketball at East Carolina University and his cousin, Avery Oden played at Shaw University…credits his mother as the person who made a difference in his life and despite their struggles she made him the man he is today…keeps a framed picture of the single-wide trailer he grew up in North Carolina as a reminder of where he came from and to stay humble, near the bottom of the photo engraved on a metal plate are the words: Never forget where you came from, and never lose sight of where you are going…has his own foundation, the Edrice Adebayo Foundation, Inc. (also known as the BAM Foundation) whose mission is to change lives for single parents while also changing future chances, choices and challenges for children…the foundation is built on the principles Bam, Books & Brotherhood…held his inaugural Bam Youth Clinic in Miami on Aug. 4, 2018…says his most prized possession is his cell phone…first started playing basketball in 2010…has trained with Rasheed Wallace during each of the last three summers…his favorite sport other than basketball is football and he’s a fan of the New York Giants…played football in high school where he was a wide receiver and a defensive end…played basketball his first three years in high school at Northside High School in Pinetown, NC where he averaged 32.2 points and 18 rebounds as a junior before transferring to High Point Christian Academy for his senior year…averaged 18.9 points and 13.0 rebounds in his senior year at High Point Christian Academy and led the Cougars to a NCISAA state championship appearance…was named the North Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior in 2016…played in both the McDonald’s All-America Game and the Jordan Brand Classic in 2016…was named a Second Team All-American by USA Today and was a finalist for the Morgan Wooten Player of the Year Award…was an honor roll student in high school and was a member of the poetry club…says something most people don’t know about him is that he’s a fan of Katy Perry…threw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Atlanta Braves-Miami Marlins game at Marlins Stadium on July 23, 2018…wears size 16 sneakers.


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