Jordan Hamilton, a player born in Los Angeles, California, started his professional career in Denver by playing for the Nuggets. He was the 28th overall draft pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, selected by Dallas Mavericks but immediately traded to Denver. Hamilton played for Denver’s G-League team first, and after that he was assigned to the first team, where he spent three years. During that span, he averaged 5,6 PPG, 2,8 RPG and 0,7 APG. At the start of 2014 he was traded to the Houston Rockets, but he played only in 21 games and averaged 6,6 PPG, 2,9 RPG and 0,9 APG. Jordan Hamilton was later waved by the Rockets, the Raptors and the Jazz before even playing a game for them, so because of that he saw himself in the position to go and play in the G-League once again. In 2015, he signed a 10-day contract with the Clippers, a contract that would extend to a one-year deal. He averaged 2,7 points, 1,1 rebounds and 0,5 assist per-game in 14 games, and so he was waived by the Los Angeles team. Seeing that he can’t keep up with the level of basketball played in the NBA, he ultimately decided to go and give it a try in Europe. In the summer of that same year, 2015, he joined Krasny Oktyabr, a Russian team, but he managed to stay there only three months, while playing in six Eurocup games. Coming into the next year, he returned in the G-League, and after playing a month there, the New Orleans Pelicans decided to give him a try, signing to a 10-day contract. The organization went on and signed him for the whole year, but he failed once again and went on to play in Venezuela in that same season, less than a month away after signing his contract with the Pelicans. Hamilton played for a few months in Turkey and again in Venezuela, this time for a different team, but it didn’t end up well for him in neither of those scenarios. In 2018, Jordan Hamilton played in Israel for Hapoel Holon and after the season was over, he signed a one-year deal with Brescia, from Italy.