Terance Mann, born October 18, 1996), was originally from Brooklyn, New York, but grew up in Lowell, Massachusetts. The functional shooting guard, currently playing for the NBA Los Angeles Clippers.
Location: G-F (No. 14)
Height: 1.96 meters / 6 feet 5
Weight: 98 kg/215 lbs
Team: Los Angeles Clippers
School: Florida State University
Draft: the 18th pick in the second round of 2019
Salary this season: $1.52 million
His father, Dania LaForce, coached the women’s basketball team in Rhode Island. Growing up in the gymnasium made him deeply understand how difficult it is for a coach to knead a team, so after he became a star player, he followed his own rules of life: first establish a deep relationship with the coach.
Terence Mann graduated from Florida State University in 2015. In the 2019 NBA draft, Mann was selected by the Los Angeles Clippers with the 48th pick in the second round. In March 2020, Terence Mann underwent ligament repair surgery on his right hand. On August 15, 2020, in the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Mann scored a career-high 25 points, 14 rebounds and 9 assists.