The UCLA basketball player Mac Etienne started playing basketball at a young age. Stay with the article to find out more about the basketball player.
Mac Etienne is a college basketball player in the NCAA men’s college basketball. Mac plays in the forward position for the basketball team of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Etienne played in the UCLA team in the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament against Michigan on March 31, 2021, at the Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis. The UCLA team celebrated their victory as they won by 51-49.
Mac Etienne Age And Height Details Revealed
Mac’s age might be in the early 20s. He is a young player.
Mac Etienne’s height is 6 feet 9 inches or 206 cm.
His full name is Micawber Etienne, but he prefers to be called Mac. Etienne weighs around 106 kg or 235 lb.
Etienne graduated from Suffield Academy HS, where he was a two-year varsity basketball letter winner under head coach Matthew Fava. He got into UCLA mid-year, as Mac initially went to the Brewster Academy, Wolfeboro, NH, reports UCLA.
Mac Etienne Brother And Parents
Mac grew up with his brother and family in New York.
Mac Etienne’s parents are Henry Etienne and Heather Black. Etienne was born in New Jersey, but his family moved to New York City. Mac loves New York City, mainly the Manhattan and the Lower East Side.
Further information about Mac’s siblings and family is not revealed to the media.
Etienne prefers to keep the details of his relationship and girlfriend private.
Is He On Wikipedia?
Mac Etienne is not on Wikipedia.
However, Etienne is active on Twitter under the username Micawber_e. He joined the platform in October 2016, with 1.2k followers and 544 tweets. Mac mostly tweets about his game, highlights, and scores on Twitter.
Silky jumper from @dommdarius! 🏀
— UCLA W. Basketball (@UCLAWBB) February 27, 2021
One can read about Mac, his career details, and college stats on a couple of websites.
Etienne has not disclosed any details of his net worth and salary to the media. He is likely to deserve remarkable earnings in the future.