Full name Trevor Anthony Ariza, born on June 30 1985 in Miami. He was a man born to excel in the court of basket ball.
Trevor Ariza was used to play from his childhood but the motivation that made him so passionate about playing basketball came from his younger brother Tajh’s death. Tajh died in an accident in 1996.
Tajh was passionate about basket ball and his memories brought Trevor to basketball with so much passion for the game. Trevor ariza used to love his brother so much that he named his son tajh in the memories of his late brother.
Trevor is a humble person with so much passion and compassion for his society. Trevor has also founded The Trevor Ariza Foundation which is a non profit organization solely dedicated to support poor and needy. The goal of this organization is to spread information by providing education and advocacy of asthma disease to layperson.
The primary goal of foundation is to increase public awareness and educate patients so that they should be able to get rid of it in quick time. Trevor ariza foundation is serving humanity very well by guiding general public about factors contributing to health problems related to allergic and non-allergic asthma in athletes and children.
The career of Trevor ariza is also fine as beautiful his of personal contributions are for his society. He started to shine like a star right from his school career where he was named as Parade Second Team All-American after prefatory career at Westchester High School in Los Angeles. He was having jersey no 4 when retired by Westchester.
Trevor’s college career as basketball star was equally charming. Trevor started his freshman campaign at UCLA and was declared for NBA Draft following his freshman campaign. Trevor played 25 games “23 starts” in his lone season with the Bruins at an average of 11.6 points, 6.5 rebounds rate and a team high 1.7 steals in 2003-04 season. His dedicated playing earned him All-Pac 10 Freshman Team honor at the end of that season.
Trevor started his rookie campaign with New York in 2004-05 where he Played 80 games by averaging at 5.9 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.1 overall assists. Trevor was the youngest player ever to wear a Knicks uniform at that time. During the season of 2005-06 he appeared in 57 contests with New York and Orlando at an average of 4.6 points, 3.8 rebounds and1.1 assists while his steals were 1.00.
Trevor also faced the back injury problem later after that season that make him deprived of 12 contests. He played 92 games from 2006-08 with healthy shooting and average. Toward the end of that season on Nov 20 Trevor acquired Lakers from Orlando.
Trevor played his career high 82 games from 2008-09 at an average of 8.9 points, 4.3 rebound rate, 1.67 steals and 1.8 assists. Trevor holds the honor of posting 12 career double-doubles which also includes one career triple-double. The man also owns 16 career 20 plus point games and two outings with 30 plus points.