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Isaiah Hartenstein

German-American Professional Basketball Player

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German Basketball Player Source: Google

From 2011-12 to 2014-15, Isaiah Hartenstein played four seasons in Germany’s youth and boys divisions. He participated in the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders camp in 2016. In addition, he won the Lithuanian League in 2017 and added to his glory by winning the King Mindaugas Cup.

 Early Life & Family

On May 5, 1998, Isaiah Hartenstein, a remarkable player, was born in Eugene, Oregon.

Furthermore, he is of German-American descent and is a devout Christian. Florian Hartenstein and Theresa, his German father and American mother, gave birth to him.

He also has a sister, Jasmine, and a nephew, Shawn.

In addition, his father, Florian, is a former professional basketball player in Germany who now works as a basketball coach.

Furthermore, he lived in the United States until 2008, when he moved to Germany with his family, where his father played professional basketball.

In terms of his early life, Hartenstein has been an active athlete from his childhood, and he has been a part of the German junior national team since 2014.

Basketball Career

In addition, being a German citizen, Hartenstein represented his country at the 2014 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship and the 2015 FIBA Europe U-18 Championship.

As a result, he helped Germany finish fourth in the 2016 FIBA Europe U-18 Championship.

Meanwhile, he had a team-high 14.7 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.7 blocks, and 1.7 steals, and his best performance earned him a spot on the game’s “All-Star Five.”

In August 2017, he represented Germany on the men’s national team, and he subsequently competed in EuroBasket 2017. He averaged 4.3 points and 2.5 rebounds per game throughout that time.

Professional career

Isaiah Hartenstein has joined MTV GieBen, a professional basketball team headquartered in Germany.

He continued his career with QTSV Quakenbruck’s younger squads before joining the professional team Artland Dragons.

Similarly, he competed in the Under-16 Bundesliga JBBL in 2013-14, aiding the Artland Dragons junior squad win a German title.

In the meanwhile, he was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

As a result, he was chosen to compete in the 2014 Jordan Brand Classic International event. In 18 minutes, he had four points and five rebounds.

He rejoined the Zalgiris Kaunas Under-18 team and helped them win the Euroleague Basketball Next Generation Competition qualifying tournament.

As a result, he was selected the event’s Most Valuable Player.

As a result, Hartenstein made his debut in Germany’s top-tier basketball league, the Bundesliga, in February 2015.

Isaiah Hartenstein signed a contract with Zalgiris Kaunas in Lithuania in August 2015, he remained on loan with the Artland Dragons.

Later that month, he elected to join Zalgiris Kaunas and leave the Dragons.

Similarly, he debuted with Zalgiris in Lithuanian league games, Betsafe LKL, and EuroLeague. As a result, he helped the squad win their first King Mindaugas Cup.

Hartenstein attended the ‘Basketball Without Borders Global Camp’ in February 2016, during the NBA All-Star Weekend in Toronto.

Then, in 19 minutes of action at the Nike Hoop Summit, he scored 10 points and grabbed three rebounds.

As a result, in April 2017, he announced the 2017 NBA Draft. He was taken with the 43rd overall choice in the 2017 NBA Draft by the Houston Rockets, and he participated in the 2017 NBA Summer League.

Similarly, he appeared in 38 NBA G League games with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in 2017-18, averaging 9.5 points and 6.6 rebounds.

Then, in February 2019, he recorded his first career triple-double with 12 points, 16 rebounds, and 11 assists in a win over the Utah Jazz.

 

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Awards & Achievements

  • NBA G League champion (2019)
  • All-NBA G League First Team (2019)
  • NBA G League Finals MVP (2019)
  • King Mindaugas Cup winner (2017)
  • Lithuanian League champion (2017)

Net Worth

Hartenstein, a player with leadership and intelligence, has a net worth of $1 million to $5 million.

He made $1,729,217 with the Los Angeles Clippers in 2021-22. As a result, he is gaining 6.7 percent more than in 2020-21.

This season, he is also the Clippers’ 13th highest-paid player and the 164th highest-paid center.

As a result, his expected salary with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2020-21 was $1,620,564. His original starting salary with the Houston Rockets in 2018-19 was $838 464.

As a result, his total earnings with various NBA teams to date have been roughly $2,459,028.

Relationship

Following this, Hartenstein is dating Kourtney Kellar, an American bikini model. She is also the 2017 Miss Texas International.

Kellar also models for Ignite, a company that makes thin string bikinis, and KO Watches. As a result, it’s been more than two years with his partner, and they’re still going strong.

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Isaiah with his girlfriend
Source: Google

 

Height & Weight

Furthermore, he is 7 feet (2.13 meters) tall and weighs around 250 pounds (113 kg). He also has a nice tattoo of a basket and a ball on his arm.

The quote “Make every day your masterpiece” is another inspiring aspect of his tattooed arm.

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FAQ’s

What college did Hartenstein go to?

Is Isaiah Hartenstein injured?

Hartenstein will play against the Spurs on Saturday, according to Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints.com. Hartenstein has missed 13 consecutive games due to an ankle ailment.

Quick Facts

Full Name: Isaiah Hartenstein
Birth Date: May 5, 1998
Birth Place: Eugene, Oregon
Nick Name: Hartendimes
Religion: Christianity
Nationality: German-American
Ethnicity: Mixed
Education: Not available
Horoscope: Taurus
Father’s Name: Florian Hartenstein
Mother’s Name: Theresa
Siblings: One (Jasmine)
Age: 24 years old
Height: 7 feet
Weight: 113 Kilogram

 

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