Facts of Simisola Shittu
Simisola Shittu is a young and hardworking basketball player, and he played for the Vanderbilt Commodores of the Southeastern Conference.
He is a bright talent and has a long way to go. He has improved a lot and has worked on his weaker aspect to make it his strength.
Always Thankful To Basketball
He has always been thankful to basketball for taking him places. He has tweeted a beautiful photo with his expressions towards that game.
He has thanked everyone who has helped him to be the player he is. He would like to thank his coaches, family, and friends for making him who he is today.
He has explained how Vanderbilt University will always be his home.
He has finalized that he will forgo his college eligibility and stay in the draft.
He has been declaring himself for the NBA draft, and he has announced this with his Twitter. Reports also suggest that he does not have plans to return to Vanderbilt if picked for NBA, but he might have to do so because of a NCAA Rule. He does have plans to hire an agent according to the sources.
During the start of the season, he was a bright prospect, but sadly, he had to suffer as his team struggled in the second half of the season. His team suffered a hammer blow of 20 game losing streak.
Currently, he has Number 81 ranking, and it will surely improve, and he might grab his spot in NBA.
He has posted his dream in his Twitter account.
He had posted a Tweet in which he has explained,
“Basketball has taken
Career and Stats
He was a part of McDonald’s All American in 2018 and Jordan Brand Classic in 2018. He won a Silver Medal in 2015 Argentina, FIBA Americas under 16 Championship. He has a brilliant record of 10.9 PPG, and he has 1.8 assists per game.
Wiki of Simisola Shittu
He was born in the year 1999 on the 7th of November, and this makes his age 19 in 2019. He was born in a place called Harrow, which lies in the United Kingdom. His nationality is British and Canadian.
He is a very tall man, as he has a right height of 2.08 meters. He has a perfect weight of 109 kg.