His temper got the better of him again in the game against the Boston Celtics when he pushed down his namesake Kelly Olynk which resulted in a brawl on the court, leading to the former’s forceful removal from the court. [28] On March 4, he had 27 points and 13 rebounds in a 114–105 win over the Milwaukee Bucks. Kelly Oubre Jnr was born as Kelly Paul Oubre Jnr on the 9th of December 1995 to Tonya Coleman Oubre and Kelly Oubre Snr in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. By November 2016 his production increased as he earned his first double-double 10 rebounds against the Sacramento Kings. The Best Vodafone Ghana Bundles and Broadband Packages For You. Led Suns with Impressive Performance vs Warriors", "Williams scores 30, Clippers send Suns to 15th straight loss", "Jackson, Booker lift Suns over Pelicans in OT, 138-136", "Sources: Suns' Oubre (thumb) out rest of season", "Booker scores season-high 44 points, Suns outlast Pelicans", "Booker Drops 44 Points as Suns Beat Pelicans in Overtime Thriller", "Booker scores 32 to help Suns hold off Kings and end skid", "Oubre steps up as Booker struggles, Suns beat Hornets 100-92", "Oubre scores career-high 39, Suns top Rockets 127-91", "Suns' Kelly Oubre Jr. undergoes arthoscopic surgery on knee, out at least four weeks", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Kelly_Oubre_Jr.&oldid=967125724, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Career statistics and player information from, This page was last edited on 11 July 2020, at 08:40. 6'7" guard/forward who was selected 15th overall in the 2015 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks, then immediately traded to the Washington Wizards. Kelly Oubre Jnr had his elementary education in Edward Hynes, which is now known as Hynes Charter School. [31], On July 16, 2019, Oubre signed a two-year, $30 million contract extension with the Phoenix Suns. In his freshman season with the collegiate team, he played in 36 games, 27 of which he started, he racked home an average score of 9.3 points, 1.1 steals in 21.0 minutes per game, 5.0 rebounds per game, this result was good enough to earn him yet another set of college awards and recognition as he took the Big 12 New Comer Awards and All-Newcomers Team Honors all in 2015. He has played in the NBA for 3 years now though he missed some games due to back to back suspensions. He participated within the McDonald’s All-American Video game along with the Jordan Brand Basic Video game in senior high school. He landed himself in yet another trouble with the NBA, this time around for kicking the ball into the stands during a playoff against Atlanta Hawks, of course, he did not go scot free, as he got fined  $25,000 for this deed on the 21st April 2017.