Juan Ronel Toscano-Anderson is a Mexican-American professional basketball player for the Capitanes de Ciudad de México of the NBA G League and here is everything you need to know about Juan Toscano-Anderson, including his net worth, records, personal life, and more.
Juan Toscano-Anderson Facts
|Born||April 10, 1993 (age 30), Oakland, California, U.S.|
|Nationality||Mexican / American|
|Listed height||6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)|
|Listed weight||209 lb (95 kg)|
|NBA draft||2015 / Undrafted|
|2015–2016||Soles de Mexicali|
|2016||Bucaneros de La Guaira|
|2018–2020||Santa Cruz Warriors|
|2020–2022||Golden State Warriors|
|2022||Los Angeles Lakers|
|2023||Capitanes de Ciudad de México of the NBA G League|
Juan Ronel Toscano-Anderson, a Mexican-American professional basketball player for the Capitanes de Ciudad de México of the NBA G League, was born on April 10, 1993. (NBA). He played college basketball for the Marquette Golden Eagles. He and the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship in 2022.
Juan Toscano-Anderson Salary and Net Worth
Juan Toscano-Anderson has numerous physical and intangible assets of net worth at an estimated $7 million dollars. Although his current salary is less than that amount, it is important to remember that he has played professional basketball overseas.
In 2022, Joan Toscano-Anderson agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Lakers on a one-year contract worth $1,902,133, with a cap hit of $1,836,090 and a dead cap value of $1,836,090. The Mexican player will then become an unrestricted free agent, and eventually join Capitanes de Ciudad de México of the NBA G League.
Juan Toscano-Anderson College Career
In high school and college, Toscano-Anderson went by Juan Anderson for convenience. As a senior, he led Castro Valley High School to its most wins in a season (30-2) and won the league and North Coast Section titles for the first time.
Toscano-Anderson joined the Marquette basketball team for the 2011-12 season. He was ineligible for the first three regular-season games of Marquette because of an NCAA suspension. He made his collegiate debut on November 20, 2011, against Mississippi. In a win over Wisconsin, Toscano-Anderson made his first collegiate field goal in seven minutes off the bench. He also grabbed five rebounds and assisted once.
On November 11, 2012, Toscano-Anderson had a career-high nine points and nine rebounds against Colgate. On November 19, 2012, he made his collegiate debut against Butler in the Maui Invitational Tournament, tallying five points and six rebounds in a career-high 22 minutes. On December 19, 2012, Toscano-Anderson had a career-high two blocks and three rebounds against Green Bay.
On March 11, Toscano-Anderson had three regular-season field goals, five rebounds, and two assists as Marquette defeated Seton Hall 78-56 in the first round of the 2015 Big East tournament. Toscano-Anderson finished the 2014-15 NCAA season as the team’s leading rebounder (5.7 per game), second in blocks (12), and third in steals (35) with 35. His 49 percent overall field goal percentage was second on the team, but it was the highest of any Marquette player who attempted a 3-pointer this season.
Juan Toscano-Anderson Professional Career
Toscano-Anderson was reported to have joined Soles de Mexicali of the Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional on September 2, 2015, after going undrafted in the 2015 NBA draft (LNBP).
Toscano-Anderson played for the Bucaneros de La Guaira of Venezuela’s Liga Profesional de Baloncesto (LPB).
In his second season as a professional basketball player, Toscano-Anderson was reportedly assigned to Fuerza Regia de Monterrey.
On October 22, Toscano-Anderson took part in a regional tryout and was later included on the roster for the Santa Cruz Warriors’ training camp. On November 1, 2018, he was a member of the Santa Cruz Warriors’ roster for the team’s inaugural game.
On February 6, 2020, Toscano-Anderson agreed to terms with the Golden State Warriors on a three-year contract. Toscano-Anderson set an NBA career high with 16 points against the Pelicans on February 23, 2020.
On February 19, 2022, Toscano-Anderson became the first NBA player of Mexican descent to compete in the Slam Dunk Contest.
Toscano-Anderson and the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals on June 16, 2022. He became the second basketball player of Mexican descent to win an NBA championship ring as a member of the Warriors in 2022.
On July 1, 2022, Toscano-Anderson signed with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Juan Toscano-Anderson Achievements and Records
- NBA champion (2022)
- 2× LNBP champion (2017, 2019)
- LNBP Most Valuable Player (2018)
- 2× LNBP All-Star (2016, 2017)
- 2× LNBP All-Star Game MVP (2016, 2017)
Juan Toscano-Anderson Personal Life
JTA was born in Oakland, California on April 10, 1993. Juan Toscano-Anderson is of Mexican-American descent; his father is African-American, and his mother is Mexican-American.
Toscano-family Anderson’s immigrated from Michoacan, Mexico, in the 1940s and has lived in Oakland ever since.
Arrianna Linaa is Juan Toscano-girlfriend, Anderson’s whom he has been dating since 2018.
She is a University of South Florida graduate and is reportedly 26 years old. The couple lives a lavish lifestyle while keeping their relationship private.
FAQs about Juan Toscano-Anderson
|Does Juan Toscano Anderson have Instagram?|
Juan Toscano Anderson (@airtoscano)
|How old is Juan Toscano?|
30 years (10 April 1993)
|Why does Juan Toscano-Anderson wear 95?|
Los Angeles Lakers forward Juan Toscano-Anderson wears the number 95 on his jersey as a way to honor his childhood home and his Oakland roots.