Named on Feb. 10, 2020, a finalist for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team.
Member of USA Basketball’s 2018-20 Men’s National Team.
Voted a finalist for Performance of the Year in the Fan Vote for NBA Awards 2017 for his 70-point game.
Played in BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge at NBA All-Star 2017 in New Orleans and NBA All-Star 2016 in Toronto.
2019 3-point Contest Champion at NBA All-Star.
2018 3-point Contest Champion at NBA All-Star in Los Angeles, scoring event-record 28 points in finals.
Participated in Skills Challenge at NBA All-Star 2017 in New Orleans.
Finalist in the 3-point Contest at NBA All-Star 2016 in Toronto
Totaled 5,820 points in four season and became the fifth-youngest in NBA history to reach 5,000 points at 22 years, 86 days old (Jan. 24, 2019), behind only LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony and Dwight Howard. In addition to being the fifth-youngest to 5,000, was the third-youngest to 4,000 (James, Durant); fourth-youngest to 3,000 (James, Durant, Anthony); third-youngest to 2,000 (James, Durant); and fourth-youngest to 1,000 (James, Bryant, Durant)
Totaled 528 3-point shots through four seasons, most through four seasons in Suns history and 14th-most in NBA history by any player through his first four seasons.
Has 36 games with 30+ points and 5+ assists; the only players ever with more while 22 years old or younger are LeBron James (110) and Oscar Robertson (52).
One of just six players in NBA history with multiple career games scoring 59+ points: Wilt Chamberlain, Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, James Harden, Elgin Baylor.
Is the only active player in the NBA with a 70-point game.
Scored franchise-record 70 points (21-40 FG, 4-11 3FG, 24-26 FT) at Boston on March 24, 2017, becoming just the sixth player in NBA history to record a 70-point game (Wilt Chamberlain, Kobe Bryant, David Thompson, David Robinson, Elgin Baylor).
Played one season (2014-15) at the University of Kentucky.
Helped lead Kentucky to a 38-1 record and the NCAA Final Four. The 38 wins is tied for the most in NCAA history as the Wildcats also won SEC regular season (18-0) and tournament titles.
Named 2014-15 SEC Sixth Man of the Year, All-SEC second team and All-SEC Freshman Team honors.
His 41.1 percent from 3-point ranked second-best for a freshman in Kentucky history (min. 100 attempts) and eighth-best overall.
Won SEC Freshman of the Week honors a league-high five times including four straight from Jan. 12-Feb. 2, 2015.
Full name is Devin Armani Booker.
Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Father, Melvin, played in 32 NBA games with Houston, Denver and Golden State over the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons. Father had a distinguished playing career at the University of Missouri, earning Big Eight Player of the Year and Consensus All-America second team honors in 1994. Also played professionally in the CBA and in Italy, Turkey and Russia.
Served as an honorary coach for the NBA Cares Special Olympics Unified Basketball Game at NBA All-Star 2016.