Troy Weaver, the Vice President of Basketball Associations, is the newly assigned General Manager of The Detroit Pistons.
Weaver was formerly associated as the Vice President of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Quick Facts and Information on Troy Weaver
|Full Name / Real Name||Troy J Weaver|
|Birthday / Date of Birth||13th June 1968|
|Profession||General Manager of Detroit Pistons / Vice President of Basketball Associations|
|Education (High School / College / University)||–|
|Wife/Spouse / Partner||Not Disclosed|
|Children (Son, Daughter)||Two|
|Net Worth / Salary||$4 Million / $200239|
|Height in Feet||5 ft 10 in|
Tory Weaver Career Highlight
Mr. Weaver, who is now assigned as the new general manager for The Detroit Pistons has had an outstanding career to date. Mentioned down below are the list of responsibilities, Tory took in the span of the last 20 years.
|Vice President of Basketball Operations of the Oklahoma City Thunder since 2018-2019 (Promoted).|
|Vice President of the Oklahoma City Thunder from 2010-2011 (Promoted) to 2017-2018 (Promoted).|
|Assistant General Manager of the Oklahoma City Thunder from 2010-2011 (Promoted) to 2017-2018 (Promoted).|
|Director of Player Personnel of the Utah Jazz from 2007-2008 (Promoted) to 2007-2008.|
|Head Scout of the Utah Jazz from 2004-2005 (Hired) to 2006-2007 (Promoted).|
|Assistant Coach of the Syracuse Orange from 2000-2001 (Hired) to 2003-2004.|
|Assistant Coach of the New Mexico Lobos from 1999-2000 (Hired) to 1999-2000.|
|Assistant Coach of the Pittsburgh Panthers from 1996-1997 (Hired) to 1998-1999.|
Troy Weaver Wiki: How Old is Troy Weaver
The former Vice President of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Troy Weaver was born to his parents in the year 1969. Weaver who is 52 years of age now celebrated his 52nd birthday on 13 of June this year (2020).
When Troy was 10 years old, he wanted to be an NFL quarterback. But little did he know that he would fall in love with basketball soon enough.
But back then, Troy dreamed not of calling shots in an NBA front office, but plays on Sundays under center. Talking about his thoughts growing up, Troy expressed in an interview,
“Growing up, there weren’t many black quarterbacks, but I played it. I was fascinated with the position, with the command of the game.”
Although at 10, Weaver wanted to be under center. But by 20, he aspired to be in an NBA front office.
In 2003, he left Syracuse for a scouting position with the Utah Jazz, where he was promoted to director of player personnel before Presti hired him in Seattle. Even as a coach, his passion had been in piecing together a roster, in finding the right fits to click together.