The young and talented Filipino- American college basketball player named Kihei Clark plays for the Virginia Cavaliers of the Atlantic Coast Conference. He plays the role of point guard in the team. Kihei has won the title of NCAA champion in 2019 and was selected in the third team All – ACC in 2020.
Kihei Issaiah Clark most popularly known as Kihei Clark was born on January 25, 2000, in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, United States of America. He is the son of his father Malik Clark and his mother Sharon Clark and his father is Chinese while his mother is Filipino. He is named after a place called Kihei in Hawaii, where his father proposed to his mother. Kihei is the oldest son of his parents. He has two brothers named Nalu and Shaka. Kihei loves to play chess and he attended Buckley School, Sherman Oaks in California but later transferred to William Howard Taft, Woodland Hills in California and completed his high school education from there. He is currently attending Virginia college. He joined this University in the year 2018 and still studies there.
Kihei Clark Career
Clark debuted in 2014-2015 where he played basketball for his school averaging 15.2 points and six assists per game. He helped his team reach the CIF Southern Section Division 4A semi-finals scoring 16 points where they lost to Campbell Hall School and collected All- Liberty League Honors. In 2015, he averaged 12.1 points where he earned the title of most valuable player for his team and all-conference recognition. As a junior Kihei averaged 18.9 points, 7.1 assists, and 4.2 rebounds per game. In 2017, Clark was named as MVP of the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League Peach Jam after leading his Oakland Soldiers team to the title. He then verbally committed to play for his college team but then de-committed in August 2017, as he thought that he could play at a higher level.
Kihei decided to play for Virginia on October 2, 2017, after also considering Gonzaga and UCLA. On November 6, 2018, he played for Virginia for the first time recording four points and six assists, where they won over Towson. He even scored a season-high 12 points on January 26, 2019, where they won against Notre Dame. He even won the 2019 NCAA Tournament on March 29 against Oregon. After Clark made a three-pointer with 2.1 seconds left on February 26, 2020, he was selected to the Third Team All-ACC. In the previous match on February 16, 2021, Clark’s team lost the semi-final match against Duke. Currently, they have not any schedule for their upcoming matches or tournaments but they might be practicing hard for their next game in order to win it.
Kihei Clark Biography
|Real Name||Kihei Issaiah Clark|
|Birth Date||25 January 2000|
|Birth Place||Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimetres – 175 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 73 kg – in Pounds – 160 lbs|
|Shoe Size||10 (U.S.)|
|School||Taft Charter High School, The Buckley School|
|Is he a Gay?||No|
|Favourite Food||Not Known|
|Favourite Destination||Not Known|
|Favourite Color||Not Known|
Kihei is just a 21- year- old boy who is still busy growing his career and is career-focused since a young age. There is no news of him dating anyone and is currently single. He has no previous dating history or has not been previously engaged. Kihei has been a part of the recent controversies where the Virginia Cavaliers, the team in which he is a player lost the semi-final match of the NCAA Men’s Basketball against Duke Blue Devils who won the games three times in a row now on February 20, 2021. In that match, Kihei Clark was titled as the Key player of the Virginia Cavaliers.
Kihei Clark Net worth
Kihei is a man who just entered his twenties. He earns a huge sum of money through playing basketball for which he practices well and pours his whole heart into it. As of 2021, Clark earns an estimated net worth of around $ 2 million USD. He currently plays for Virginia and is expected to play at a higher level in near future and achieve more success.
- Kihei was named after a place in Hawaii where his father proposed to his mother.
- He started practicing basketball at the age of 8.
- Kihei used to play basketball for his school team.
- Clark decided not to play for his college team in August 2017, as he thought he could play at a higher level.
- He has won the title of the most valuable player on the team.
- He plays for Virginia since 2018.
- Kihei was selected to the Third Team All-ACC on February 26, 2020.