Born in Islip, NY...
Crowned Mr. Basketball of New York in 2010, Tobias Harris has been dominating on the court from a young age. The All-American and top ten recruit, chose to play collegiately at the University of Tennessee. A one-and-done for the Volunteers, he was named All-SEC before declaring for the 2011 NBA Draft. The 19th overall pick in 2011 by the Charlotte Bobcats, a draft night trade made the Milwaukee Bucks his permanent home for his rookie season.
Harris got his feet wet in the league and was eventually traded to the Orlando Magic in 2013, where he soon experienced career highs. A mid-season trade to the Detroit Pistons and Harris made his first trip to the playoffs in 2016. A consistent threat for the Pistons, it was another midseason trade in 2018 that had him packing his bags for Los Angeles, to play for the Clippers. In Los Angeles he proved dominant, being named the western conference player of the week and eventually the month of October. In the Tobias Harris’ trend, he was again traded mid-season, this time to the Philadelphia 76ers in 2019. The versatile small forward found a home for himself in Philly though, signing a five-year, $180 million contract.
Tobias Harris’ interest in fashion was a passion from a young age and only escalated on the NBA platform. Known for his custom design drips, Tobias Harris is consistently one of the best dressed in the NBA’s tunnel. He prefers his tailoring to be very fitted to his body, so working closely with custom designers is key to making it work with his 6’9” frame. He tends to air of the classic side of fashion while adding a modern finish to what he wears. While he works with stylist, Eric White, for the majority of his looks and alongside Harris, they scour the scene to keep him in looks you won’t see around the league.
- To the T! He has five siblings who all have names that start with ‘T’.
- Philly fresh! Tobias is a big fan of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
- Harris wore number 12 through high school and as a player on the Orlando Magic as a tribute to his close friend and former teammate Morgan Childs, who died at age 17 due to leukemia.
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