Kevon Grant Looney is an American professional basketball player and a two-time NBA champion. He currently plays in the center/power forward position with the Golden State Warriors.

Looney attended the Alexander Hamilton High School and became the best player in the team. He was heavily recruited by several colleges even as a freshman. He attended the University of California – Los Angeles after graduating. While playing with UCLA, he led the country in rebounding and double-doubles among all the freshmen.

Looney declared for the 2015 NBA draft after deciding to forego his remaining college eligibility. He signed with the Golden State Warriors on July 8, 2015 and joined them in the Las Vegas Summer League team.

Team Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors
Position Center
Height / weight 2.06 m / 101 kg
Born 6 Feb 1996
Nationality United States United States
Nickname Not Kevin
Team History
Golden State Warriors GSW 2015 - present

After a successful hip surgery, he was relegated to the Santa Cruz Warriors and later rejoined the Golden State Warriors after his performance improved. He made his debut in the NBA on January 27, 2016. He was sidelined for several months when he needed to have surgery to repair his left hip.

When he overcame his injuries, he became a regular rotation player in the 2017 to 2018 Season. He was able to play in the playoffs and had a 97.5 defensive rating from the franchise. The Golden State Warriors went on to win their second consecutive championship against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Career Accomplishments:• 2-time NBA champion (2017, 2018)• Second-team All-Pac-12 (2015)• Pac-12 All-Freshman team (2015)• McDonald’s All-American (2014)• Parade All-American (2014)• Wisconsin Mr. Basketball (2014)

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