Paul Millsap

Paul Millsap attempting a dunk


TEAM: Philadelphia 76ers

POSITION: Power Forward

Height/Weight: 6′ 7″, 257 lbs

Date of Birth: 2/10/1985 (37)

COLLEGE: Louisiana Tech

DRAFT INFO: 2006: Rd 2, Pk 47 (UTAH)

STATUS: Active

EXPERIENCE: 14th Season

PLACE of BIRTH: Monroe, LA

Career History

Brooklyn Nets: 2021*-2022 (1 SEASON)

Philadelphia 76ers: 2021-CURRENT (1 SEASON)

Denver Nuggets: 2017-2021 (4 SEASONS)

Atlanta Hawks: 2013-2017 (4 SEASONS)

Utah Jazz: 2006-2013 (7 SEASONS)

Career Highlights

All-Defensive 2nd Team (2016)

All-Rookie 2nd Team (2007)

Paul Millsap is an American professional basketball player, currently playing for the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). A power forward from Louisiana Tech University, Millsap was drafted in the second round (47th overall) of the 2006 NBA draught by the Utah Jazz and was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team. He was a member of the Utah Jazz until 2013, when he joined the Atlanta Hawks. Millsap has also played for the Brooklyn Nets and the Denver Nuggets. He has been a member of the NBA All-Star team four times.

Professional career

Utah Jazz (2006–2013)

Millsap was chosen 47th overall in the 2006 NBA draught by the Utah Jazz, and he signed his rookie scale deal with the Jazz on August 2, 2006. Millsap was mentioned as a possible Rookie of the Year candidate by some sports journalists in late 2006, an award not generally granted to athletes selected so late in the draught.

Atlanta Hawks (2013–2017)

Denver Nuggets (2017–2021)

Brooklyn Nets (2021–2022)

Philadelphia 76ers (2022–present)


Q: What happened to Paul Millsap?

A: After an exceptional start to his career, Millsap suffered a left wrist injury which ruled him out indefinitely.

Q: Does Paul Millsap have a ring?

A: Paul Millsap hasn’t won any championship (Ring) in his career.

Q: Did Paul Millsap get traded?

A: Paul Millsap was traded with James Harden by his Houston.

Q: What is Paul Millsap salary?

A: His reported net salary is 20 Million Dollars.

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