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April 12, 2024

Isaiah Stewart is a power forward and center in the National Basketball Association. He plays for the Detroit Pistons.

Isaiah Stewart II was born in Rochester, New York on May 22, 2001. His father is a Jamaican immigrant named Dela Stewart. Dela stood 6 feet 9 inches tall and was a fisherman. When Dela Stewart came to the United States, he moved to New York, where he met Shameka Holloway, who is Isaiah’s mother.

As a child, Isaiah Stewart liked soccer and boxing but was eventually drawn to basketball where he had an advantage due to his size and athleticism. He began playing with a team at age ten while attending elementary school. He had grown to six feet in height by the time he was only twelve years old.

He started high school at McQuaid Jesuit High School where, as a freshman, he was 6 feet and 7 inches tall. Stewart played basketball for his high school and was a phenomenal player. He averaged more than 18 points per game, with an average of more than 12 rebounds and 3 blocks per game. He even had two 40-point games back to back. That year, he was named Rochester City Athletic Conference Player of the Year.

Stewart was invited to try out for the United States National Under-16 Team in October of 2016. He broke his tailbone during the tryout and missed the majority of his sophomore season of basketball in high school, due to this injury. In his returning game, he recorded 35 points and had 14 rebounds and six blocks.

Before Stewart’s junior year, he transferred to La Lumiere School. La Lumiere School is located in La Porte, Indiana. It is a prep school that is well known for its exceptional basketball program. As a junior, he played in 19 games for La Lumiere School. In those games, he averaged more than 19 points per game as well as more than 11 rebounds and 4 blocks per game. He was recognized as a Junior All-American Honorable Mention.

As a senior at La Lumiere School, he averaged more than 18 points per game. He also contributed more than 11 rebounds and almost three blocks per game. He was named Mr. Basketball USA and honored with the Naismith Prep Player of the Year award. USA Today named him to All-USA First Team. He was named All-American Second Team by MaxPreps. He was also invited to and played in the Nike Hoop Summit, the Jordan Brand Classic, and the McDonald’s All-American Game.

Coming out of high school he was considered a consensus five-star recruit. He was actively recruited by Syracuse, Michigan State, the University of Kentucky, and Duke University. However, because he had a longtime friendship with former Syracuse assistant Mike Hopkins, who at the time was the head coach of the Washington Huskies, that was the program that he ended up committing to.

Before attending college, he won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2018 FIBA Under-17 Basketball World Cup, where he scored 15 points and had nine rebounds in the championship game. During the tournament, he averaged more than 11 points and 8 rebounds per game

Stewart entered college with heavy NBA Draft buzz, projecting that he would go in the first round of the 2020 NBA draft if he were to declare. His collegiate debut was at the 2019 Armed Forces Classic against the Baylor Bears. He scored the winning basket in the game and totaled 15 points and 11 rebounds. In his only season playing for the Huskies, he started and played in 32 games. He averaged more than 17 points per game, as well as more than 6 rebounds and a block per game. He was given All-Pac-12 First Team Honors and named to the All-Pac-12 Freshman Team. In the Pac- 12 Tournament he recorded 29 points and 12 rebounds in the Huskies game against Arizona.

Stewart was drafted into the National Basketball Association by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2020 NBA draft. He was taken 16th overall, during the first round. In November of 2020, the Houston Rockets received Stewart as part of a trade deal for Robert Covington. Two days later, he was traded again in a second package deal to the Detroit Pistons. He was signed by the Detroit Pistons on December 1, 2020. In 2020, he started in 14 games and played in 68. He averaged almost 8 points and 7 rebounds per game for the season. Isaiah Stewart is still an active player for the Detroit Pistons.

Isaiah Stewart has created Isaiah Stewart Holdings LLC, which oversees his business holdings. Isaiah Stewart Holdings LLC filed a federal trademark application for “BEEF STEW” for use on clothing items, specifically shirts, in 2021. The shirts can be purchased on his website.

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