American professional basketball player Eric Gordon is yet to have kids. Scroll down to learn more in detail about the basketball player. 

Eric Ambrose Gordon Jr. is a 32-year-old American professional basketball player for the National Basketball Association’s Houston Rockets (NBA).

He was named Indiana’s “Mr. Basketball” during his senior year at North Central High School.

Eric Gordon Parents

Denis and Eric Gordon Sr. gave birth to Gordon. His mother Gordon is a native of Nassau, Bahamas.

Denise met Gordon Sr. when he was a basketball player at Liberty University, where he is still the team’s 18th leading scorer.

Evan and Eron, Gordon’s younger brothers, are also referred to as “Gordon’s younger brothers.”Evan spent two years at Liberty University (2009–2011), two years at Arizona State (2012–13), and his senior year at Indiana University (2013–14).

Eron attended Seton Hall for two years (2016–18) and Valparaiso University for two years (2019–21).

Eric Gordon Wife: Is He Married? Know About His Kids

Eric Gordon is yet to be married at the moment. Gordon is also not in a relationship.

Gordon’s relationship with Tiffany, a bottle service employee, was made public in 2020. Tiffany is a native of Houston, and she was spotted at a Rockets game.

However, online sleuths have now claimed that Gordon’s bottle service lover is cheating on him with one of his Rockets teammates.

Gordon’s relationship with Jen Selter has been the subject of numerous rumors. He has been following her a lot lately.

Concerning, Eric has been admiring Jen Selter’s social media images, and she is linked up with the famous NBA player Kristaps Porzingis.

No, Eric Gordon has yet to marry and have his children. The player is looking for the right woman for himself and his family.

Regarding his childhood, he was born and raised in Indianapolis, USA.

Eric Gordon Net Worth Explored

Eric Gordon is a $45.6 million net-worth professional basketball player from the United States.

Eric Gordon discovered his love of basketball at the YMCA when he was four years old. He guided the North Central High School team to the Indiana 4A championship when he was a student there.

In 2007, he was a member of the Indiana Hoosiers as a shooting guard. In 2008, Gordon was selected as the Big Ten Freshman of the Year and the Big Ten Conference’s First Team.

Gordon was chosen sixth overall by the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2008 NBA Draft. From 2008 until 2011, he was a member of the squad. He was moved to the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for Chris Paul and two other players.