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How old is Damian Jones?

24 years (June 30, 1995)

Furthermore, how tall is Damian Jones?

2.11 m

Subsequently, question is, what college did Damian Jones go to? Vanderbilt University 2013–2016

Hereof, what happened to Damien Jones?

Jones became the starting center for the Warriors in 2018–19, starting in 22 of the Warriors' first 24 games. On December 1, 2018, he suffered a torn left pectoral muscle in a 111–102 loss to the Detroit Pistons. He initially was ruled out for the season after undergoing surgery to repair the muscle.

What number is Damian Jones?

30 Atlanta Hawks / Center

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Why is Damian Jones not playing?

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