Cameron Thomas (Basketball) Age, Wiki, Height, Biography, Career & More

Cameron Thomas (Basketball) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More

  Cameron Bouchea Thomas is an American basketball player who lives in Chesapeake, Virginia. He plays as Shooting guard. Cameron plays for Brooklyn Nets in National Basketball Association. He is one of the best shooting guards in 2020 class. In 2022, he is the part of Brooklyn Nets in National Basketball Association Draft 2022.

Real nameCameron Thomas
ProfessionBasketball player
Date of birthOctober 13, 2001
Age (as 2022)21 year old
Birth PlaceYokosuka, Japan
ParentsFather: Not Known
Mother: Leslie Thomas
SiblingsSister: Shaniece Collins
HometownChesapeake, Virginia, America
Net worth$5.1 million (Approx..)
Martial StatusUnmarried
Cameron Thomas
Cameron Thomas

Birth & Early Life

Cameron Thomas was born on October 13, 2001, in Yokosuka, Japan. After that he was bought up along with his sister, Shaniece Collins to Chesapeake, Virginia, America. When Cameron was 7 year old, he won a contest making 33 free throws in row and also watches the videos of NBA players to learn new trick of basketball.

High SchoolOscar F. Smith, Virginia Oak Hill Academy, Virginia
CollegeNot Known
Education QualificationGraduate
Cameron Thomas
Cameron Thomas


High School

In 2018, Cameron Thomas started playing basketball for Oscar F. Smith High School at Chesapeake, Virginia, but he did not play because he and his mother were not on the same page with the coaching staff. After that he was transferred to Oak Hill Academy at Mouth of Wilson Virginia, where Cameron joined Cole Anthony and Kofi Cockburn in one of the most touted teams in National Basketball Association (NBA).  In that season his average a team-high 26.2 points, 3.4 assists per game, and 3.8 rebounds. Cameron was named Offensive Player of the Year in Nike Elite Youth Basketball League in July 2019, where his average was 29.5 points per game. After that he played in senior team at Oak Hill, Cameron averaged 31.5 points, 3.4 assists and 6 rebounds. He made 30 plus points in nine games. In that season he led his team to the Tournament Championship title where Cameron was named most valuable player. Later on he was selected to play in Jordan Brand Classic High School.

College Career

In 2020, Cameron made his debut in college basketball for LSU Tigers men’s basketball against SIU Edwardsville Cougars men’s basketball on November 26, 2020. He scored 27 points in that match and won the match (94-81). In that season he was led all freshman scoring 23 points per match, while averaging 1.4 assists per game and 3.4 rebounds. Later on he made his debut in American college athletic for Southeastern Conference team (SFC).

NBA Drafts

In 2021, Cameron was declared for the NBA drafts. He was selected for Brooklyn Nets with 27th pick in 2021 NBA drafts. After he was included in the Brooklyn Nets to play in NBA Summer League 2021. In that season he was most valuable player with Davion Mitchell, Cameron average was 27 points per game and leading scorer in Summer League. In same year he made his debut in NBA draft while playing against Milwaukee Bucks with scoring 2 points and lost the match on October 19, 2021. After one month November 20, while on assignment with Long Island Nets played his first match with Raptors 905 and he scored 46 points and won the match (114-110).

In 2022, Cameron joined to Nets in NBA Summer League 2022. He named to All-NBA Summer League first team on July 18, 2020. After becoming MVP in last Summer League season, he became CO- MVP honors at the Las Vegas Summer League with averaging 27points per game.

High School 2019
College footballNovember 26, 2020 against Edwardsville
NBA DraftOctober 19, 2021 against  Milwaukee Bucks
Squad Number 24
Cameron Thomas
Cameron Thomas

Physical Stats

Height6 feet 3 inch
Eyes ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack

Facts of Cameron Thomas

  • Cameron birth place was Yokosuka, Japan and when he was young he and his family was shifted to Chesapeake, Virginia.
  • On November 18, 2019, he enrolled for college basketball against LSU Tiger’s men’s basketball, and he also got offer from UCLA Bruins men’s basketball University of California, after that he visited to both college and University to take his final decision.
  • In NBA Summer League he became MVP with scoring 27 points per game on August 5, 2021.


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