TEAM: Los Angeles Clippers

HOMETOWN: Bajos de Haina, Dominican Republic

DATE OF BIRTH: November 20, 1994

COLLEGE: Seton Hall University

POSITION: Center/Forward



  • In January 2018, Delgado became the Big East all-time leading rebounder. He was later awarded with the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award, given to the nation’s best college center
  • During his senior season at Seton Hall, Delgado averaged a double-double per game, tallying 13.6 points and 11.8 rebounds per contest
  • In the second round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament versus first seed Kansas, Delgado scored 24 points and collected a career-high 23 rebounds with five assists, in what was his final game in a Seton Hall jersey
  • Delgado led the NCAA in rebounds in 2017 with over 13.1 per game and was second in double-doubles with 27 during his junior campaign with the Pirates
  • During his freshman season, Delgado became the second Seton Hall freshman to be named Big East Rookie of the Week three times, subsequently earning Big East Rookie of the Year
  • Prior to Seton Hall, Delgado emerged as a top recruit while playing for and representing the Dominican National team. He earned Most Valuable Player of the Nike All-Star Game at the NBA Basketball Without Borders Americas event in Buenos Aires in 2013


  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award (2018)
  • All-Big East Second Team (2018)
  • Haggerty Award Winner (2017)
  • All-Big East First Team (2017)
  • Big East Championship All-Tournament Team (2017)
  • Big East Champion (2016)
  • All-Big East Honorable Mention (2016)
  • Centrobasket Bronze Medalist (2016)
  • Big East Rookie of the Year (2015)
  • Big East All-Rookie Team (2015)
  • Jordan Classic Regional Selection (2014)


  • Delgado lived in the Dominican Republic until 2012. He has a sister, Yaelis, and a brother, Raidin


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