Jordan Nwora was brought into the world on September 9, 1998. He is a Nigerian-American expert ball player for the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). His folks' names are Alexander Nwora and Amy Nwora. He has three kin.
Nwora was called up to be important for the D'Tigers for the 2019 FIBA world cup qualifier between June 28-30th 2018, by his dad Alexander Nwora who is the lead trainer of the group. In the competition he arrived at the midpoint of 21.7 focuses, 8 bounce back and 2.7 helps.
During the 2019 FIBA Worldcup qualifiers in Lagos, Nwora scored 36 focuses against Mali to be the most noteworthy scoring player for Nigeria ever, breaking Ike Diogu's record of 31 focuses. His networth is $1,208,146 Annually.
2020 Third-group All-American – AP, SN, USBWA, NABC
2020 First-group All-ACC
2019 Third-group All-ACC
2019 ACC Most Improved Player