Jayson Tatum Biography, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Contract, Parents, NBA, Shoes, Tattoo, Song

Jayson Tatum Biography

Jayson Tatum (Jayson Christopher Tatum) is an American professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA). A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Tatum attended hometown Chaminade College Preparatory School, where he was rated a five-star recruit and regarded as one of the top players in the Class of 2016 by recruiting services.

After one season with Duke, he entered the 2017 NBA draft, and was selected with the third overall pick by the Boston Celtics. He won the 2019 Skills Challenge during NBA All-Star Weekend. It was in 2017 that he made the NBA Draft after he signed for the Celtics, where he has been doing great for himself having broken records of Larry Bird to become the first Celtics rookie to record 20 points in as much as 5 playoff games in a row as well as the first to record 25 points or more in a playoff game.

More importantly, he has been able to help the Celtics to reach the 2018 NBA Playoffs. He has represented the United States at the FIBA U19 World Championship in 2015 and the FIBA U17 World Championship in 2014, helping the teams to win the gold medal.

Jayson Tatum Age | Jayson Tatum Birthday

Tatum was born on 3rd March 1998. He is 21 years old as of 2019.

Jayson Tatum Height Weight

Tatum has a height of 2.03 m and he Weighs 94 kg.

Jayson Tatum Photo
Jayson Tatum Photo

Jayson Tatum Net Worth

Tatum has a net worth of approximately $5 million as of 2019.

Jayson Tatum Salary

In a projection of his 2017 salary for NBA Draft 1st round rookie, Tatum may be earning as much as $12,346,200 in 2019. An estimation for his 2021 salary is$27,118,800.

Jayson Tatum Contract

Jayson Tatum signed a 3 year / $20,176,200 contract with the Boston Celtics, including $20,176,200 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $6,725,400. In 2018-19, Tatum will earn a base salary of $6,700,800, while carrying a cap hit of $6,700,800 and a dead cap value of $6,700,800.

Jayson Tatum Mother | Jayson Tatum Father

Tatum is the son of Justin Tatum and Brandy Cole. Justin Tatum played basketball at Saint Louis University and is a gym teacher and basketball coach at Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis, from which he graduated in 1997. He was previously the coach and athletics director at Soldan International Studies High School for six years. Jayson was born when his parents were both 19-year-old undergraduates.

His mother, Brandy, graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law and is now a practicing attorney in the St. Louis area. Tatum is the godson of retired NBA player Larry Hughes, who was his father’s high school and college teammate. He is also a cousin of former NBA player and former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue. As of 2017, Tatum is a spokesperson for Imo’s Pizza. Tatum is also a Christian, crediting Jesus for his success and career. When in high school at Chaminade College Preparatory School, Tatum was good friends with NHL forward Matthew Tkachuk of the Calgary Flames, as the two were placed in the same gym class.

Jayson Tatum Wife

Last year December, Jayson Tatum left his girlfriend Samie Amos for Toriah Lachelle, a woman who he is having a child with. Nothing is certainly confirmed but rumors say that Tatum’s relationship with both women overlapped which has left Amos anything but thrilled.

The now-former girlfriend of Jayson was understandably very upset with the way everything went down that she went to Instagram to vent her frustration of the Celtics star. Describing Tatum as someone with a lot of flaws and someone who can be easily replaced, Amoss was blunt and honest when speaking about his betrayal.

Jayson Tatum Son | Jayson Tatum Child

Tatum has a son, Jayson Christopher Jr. , with his girlfriend Toriah Lachelle. The boy slightly over a year old.

Jayson Tatum Dunking On Lebron | Jayson Tatum Dunk

Reliving Jayson Tatum’s monster dunk on LeBron from the 2018 Eastern Conference Finals originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com. Jayson Tatum’s dunk over LeBron in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Celtics had gotten a huge spark from Tatum during the NBA playoffs, and with a trip to The Finals on the line, Tatum made one of the biggest plays of his young career.

He went up for a dunk and threw it down despite LeBron coming over and attempting to block it. He received a thunderous ovation from Celtics fans everywhere and endeared himself to the fans by giving LeBron a bump on his way back up the court. That dunk will go down as a legendary moment in Celtics history and in the career of Tatum.

Jayson Tatum Duke Jersey | Jayson Tatum Shoes | Jayson Tatum White Jersey | Jayson Tatum Poster

The Boston Celtics player is not only good in the basket ball game. When it comes to the shoe game, he is still the boss. The following is a little collection of his jerseys as well as the shoes. The recent deal he made with NIKE has surely placed him at the top.

Jayson Tatum Gallery
Jayson Tatum Gallery

Jayson Tatum Rookie Card

17. 2017-18 Donruss Jayson Tatum RC
Donruss might not have a long history in basketball like it does in baseball, but that blue Rated Rookie logo is still likely to conjure up some nostalgia for a lot of collectors. 2017-18 Donruss Basketball doesn’t try to be something high-end. Rather, its themes look to the past while a lot of the designs (particularly many of the parallel patterns) opt for something more modern.
16. 2017-18 Panini Chronicles Jayson Tatum RC 
The big draw for 2017-18 Panini Chronicles is the inclusion of several brands not getting their own release this season. That said, Chronicles does have a main set and it’s somewhat overlooked. The angle the cards take, like Tatum’s Rookie, is something of a newspaper approach with a headline to go with a small accomplishment story.
15. 2017-18 Hoops Jayson Tatum RC
2017-18 Hoops has the first mainstream Jayson Tatum Rookie Card of him in a Boston Celtics uniform. Another entry-level release, the base set is largely no-frills in its approach. As far as basketball cards go, it’s widely available and targets a broad collecting base. So it might not carry a ton of value, but it’s popular in other ways.
14. 2017-18 Prestige Jayson Tatum RC
2017-18 Prestige offers a Jayson Tatum Rookie Card that’s straightforward in its approach and boasts a full action shot. Parallels are largely based on the types of packs you open, putting a different sort of spin on the chase. Widely available at retail and complimented by a hobby version, tracking a copy down isn’t hard or expensive.
13. 2017-18 Status Jayson Tatum RC
The debut release of Status Basketball stems out of the Elite line. While there are some similarities — like the use of foil for base cards — the colorful look is definitely different. Not a high-end card, it’s likely to be most appreciated by those looking for something affordable and modern.
12. 2017-18 Revolution Jayson Tatum RC
2017-18 Revolution Basketball is a bit of a modern throwback. Going back about 20 years to the brand’s early days, then with Pacific, it’s about patterned foil backgrounds. And that’s done with additional foil accents. It’s busy, it’s bright and it might not be for everyone. But there are a segment of collectors, particularly on the basketball side, that love the different approach.
11. 2017-18 Donruss Optic Jayson Tatum RC 
The 2017-18 Donruss Optic Jayson Tatum Rookie Card puts a chromium spin on his regular Donruss card. So while it’s a little more premium to touch, it’s the shine that’s the big draw. And, like Prizm and Select, there’s a sizeable parallel rainbow to go with it, mixing both colors and background patterns.

10. 2017-18 Select Jayson Tatum RC 
2017-18 Select is one of a handful of chrome-styled sets released over the course of the season. One of the ways it sets itself apart is through a tiered base set. So while Tatum has three different cards, it’s this one that’s the most common and, therefore, the RC.

9. 2017-18 Court Kings Jayson Tatum RC
2017-18 Court Kings has one of the busiest looks of any Jayson Tatum Rookie Card. Going to back to the early days of baseball’s Diamond Kings, art is the theme. And that’s readily apparent with the background. Tatum actually has four different cards in the base set. The other three are short prints that have different photos and entirely different designs. It’s a tiered approach with the final one being especially tough. Because card #121 is the most common, it’s considered to be the RC.
8. 2017-18 Panini Ascension Jayson Tatum RC 
2017-18 Panini Ascension has a pair of Jayson Tatum Rookie Cards. All 40 rookies in the set, a new addition to Panini’s portfolio, have two different cards. Both have the same number and are available in equal numbers. As a result, both get the RC tag. As for the card itself, it’s full of color, but in a subtle way. Ascension is in that middle-ground where it’s not an entry-level release but it’s not exactly high-end either.
7. 2017-18 Totally Certified Jayson Tatum RC 
Etched foil rules on the 2017-18 Totally Certified Jayson Tatum Rookie Card. As far as designs go, this has to be one of the most modern looking of the bunch. The lines, colors and textures are somewhat reminiscent of a pair of sneakers in an abstract way. This card does have the distinction of being the first serial-numbered Jayson Tatum RC. At 299 copies, it’s not scarce but as time goes by, it could get fairly tough to track down.
6. 2017-18 Panini Prizm Jayson Tatum RC 
2017-18 Panini Prizm Basketball is one of the hottest releases of the year. While the Prizms parallels are leading the charge, the Rookie Cards like this one, are hanging tough as well. For a product that’s available at both the hobby and retail levels, this card is still fetching some premium numbers and proving the staying power of chromium. It helps that Prizm has been around for a few years now and established itself as one of the cornerstone basketball releases.

5. 2017-18 Panini Mosaic Prizm Jayson Tatum RC
The 2017-18 Panini Mosaic Prizm Jayson Tatum Rookie Card has a few things going for it. First, there’s the look. The added background gives it plenty of flash. Like other Prizm sets, there’s some color with the parallels but not a ton. Beyond the product’s physical attributes, Mosaic Prizm was Panini’s first full release done as an online exclusive. That cut down on availability somewhat. It also meant a relatively small print run, making the card a rarer than other similar Tatum cards.

4. 2017-18 Absolute Memorabilia Jayson Tatum RC 
Unless you buy it professionally graded, you’re likely to find the 2017-18 Absolute Memorabilia Jayson Tatum Rookie Card in a sealed magnetic holder. That’s because Panini opted for an uncirculated approach to the product’s base cards. Although not numbered, they’re not likely to have a massive print run. Absolute Memorabilia isn’t a cheap product to start with and there are only a pair of base cards (or scarce Maroon parallels) in each master box.
3. 2017-18 Panini Contenders Draft Picks Jayson Tatum RC
2017-18 Panini Contenders Draft Picks takes its name to heart, taking a largely college approach. Vets are in their NBA uniforms for the base set, but this set isn’t really about them. It’s the first packed out basketball product with the year’s rookie crop. In Contenders tradition, the Jayson Tatum Rookie Card is a Rookie Ticket Autograph — and on-card to boot. Obviously, that adds a lot of value.
2. 2017-18 Panini Contenders Jayson Tatum RC Autograph
Contenders is one of the cornerstone lines in the Panini portfolio. While it’s biggest in football, the Rookie Ticket Autograph popularity transfers to other sports. Jayson Tatum’s RC in 2017-18 Contenders comes with an on-card autograph, but it’s numbered to 125 copies. Also of note, among the parallels are Premium Edition versions done on chromium stock, a first for the line in basketball.
1. 2017-18 Panini National Treasures Jayson Tatum RC Auto Patch 
2017-18 Panini National Treasures is the grand-daddy of all Jayson Tatum Rookie Cards. Since Panini landed the NBA exclusive, the line has become synonymous with valuable Rookies. But it doesn’t just rely on history. The card’s construction backs it up with an on-card autograph, huge patch piece and a low print run of 99 copies. Basically, it’s the complete package as far as a super-premium card goes.

Jayson Tatum Wingspan

Tatum stands just over 6’8″ in shoes, with a 6’11” wingspan and an upper body that looks as if it can fill out over time as he matures physically. He combines that with an advanced, diversified skill level and flashes of two-way potential, which makes it easy to see why Tatum has been a top rated prospect all season long.

Jayson Tatum Career Stats | Jayson Tatum Nba

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Jayson Tatum Tattoo

The Boston Celtics forward, Tatum last year september got a pair of massive new thigh tattoos. One tatoo shows Tatum wearing a St. Louis Cardinals jersey and holding his son, while other shows an apocalyptic bomb cloud with “St. Louis” written on the top and “Till the world blows” written on the bottom. He shared a photo gallery of the tattoos on Instagram.

Jayson Tatum Rookie Of The Year

In May, 2018, the NBA announced Boston Celtics’ forward Jayson Tatum as a finalist for Rookie of the Year. Donovan Mitchell and Ben Simmons were also named as finalists.

Jayson Tatum Song

Jayson Tatum is a song about Boston Celtics Star player Jayson Tatum, who is from Saint Louis just like La4ss. La4ss compares his success to balling like Tatum. Tatum, a hometown hero who attended Chaminade College Preparatory School in West County, Saint Louis, was only a senior in high school when this song was released. Now, as a Boston Celtic, he is doing great thing on and off the court.

Jayson Tatum College Stats | Jayson Tatum Career High | Jayson Tatum Duke |

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