Who was Brandon Hunter? Cause of death, age, net worth, career, wife Mary Hunter, children, and more

Brandon Hunter, previous star for Ohio College who played for Boston Celtics and Orlando Wizardry, died at 42 years old
He kept playing b-ball in the wake of leaving NBA, contending in various associations in Focal America and Europe
He was hitched to Mary Tracker and had three youngsters

Brandon Hunter, a previous star for Ohio College who later played for the Boston Celtics and Orlando Wizardry in the NBA, died at 42 years old. Tracker had a fruitful vocation as an expert b-ball player abroad after his residency in the NBA.


The shocking insight about his passing was affirmed by Ohio College via web-based entertainment post. The post read, “We are horribly disheartened to learn of the deficiency of our previous colleague, Brandon Hunter. We send our most profound sympathies to the whole Tracker family.”

Reason for death-

As revealed by NBC, His mother by marriage, Carolyn Cliett, affirmed that Brandon Hunter unfortunately died out of nowhere on Tuesday subsequent to dropping during a hot yoga class in Orlando.


Brandon Hunter was born on November 24, 1980. He died at 42 years old.

Total assets

As detailed by different news sources, Tracker had an expected total assets of around $5 million starting around 2023.


Brandon Hunter, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, was a cultivated American expert b-ball player. From 2003 to 2006, he secured himself in the Public B-ball Affiliation (NBA).

Tracker was a champion ball player at Ohio College during his undergrad vocation, driving the NCAA in bouncing back during the 2002-03 season with an astonishing normal of 12.6 bounce back per game. He was chosen by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the 2003 NBA Draft thanks to this exhibition.

He played for both the Boston Celtics and the Orlando Wizardry during his short NBA profession. In 67 games, he kept on averaging 3.3 focuses and 2.8 bounce back. He kept playing b-ball expertly subsequent to leaving the NBA, contending in various associations in Focal America and Europe.


He was hitched to Mary Tracker.


The couple had three kids – Andrew, Tristan, and one girl