Kai Sotto Age, Bio, Father, Wife, Height, Career, Net Worth

Kai Sotto Bio- Sotto was born on May 11, 2002, in Las Piñas, Philippines, to Ervin Sotto and Pamela Sotto. Sotto began playing basketball when he was four years old. Sotto began studying at Saint Francis of Assisi College to pursue his primary education. He grew up idolizing basketball players Tim Duncan, June Mar Fajardo and Kristaps Porziņģis.

In March 2019, Sotto left Ateneo as a third-year high school student to move to the United States in an attempt to advance his basketball career. In the United States, he continued his studies at the Miami School in Hamilton, Ohio while simultaneously dealing with commitments with The Skill Factory and NBA G League Ignite. He graduated from Miami School in April 2021.

Kai Sotto Biography

Kai Zachary Perlado Sotto (born May 11, 2002) is a Filipino professional basketball player for Hiroshima Dragonflies of the Japanese B.League. Listed at 7 feet and 3 inches (2.21 m) land 232 pounds (105 kg) he plays the center position. He also played for the Ateneo Blue Eaglets of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) before moving to The Skill Factory (TSF) in Atlanta, Georgia.

He has represented the Philippines national team in several senior and youth tournaments. He is the tallest Filipino professional basketball player ever, tied with Raul Dillo, who is also 7'3″ and the tallest Filipino professional basketball player ever. Also, Sotto is currently the second tallest Filipino man, tied with Raul Dillo, and second only to the currently tallest Filipino man, who is William Biscocho with a height of 7'4″.

Kai Sotto Parents and Siblings

His father, Ervin Sotto, and his godfather, Ranidel de Ocampo, played basketball professionally in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).[43] Ervin Sotto stands 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) and Pamela Sotto stands 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m). He has two siblings.

Kai Sotto Height and Weight

Kai Sotto is estimated to stand at around 2.18 meters tall. In terms of weight, Sotto weighs approximately 105 kilograms.

Kai Sotto Career

On November 9, 2019, Sotto announced that he would join The Skill Factory, a preparatory program based in Atlanta, Georgia. In his debut one day later, he recorded 18 points and 12 rebounds in a 65–61 loss to IMG Academy. On January 21, 2020, Sotto was named MVP of the King Invitational tournament, averaging 27 points, 10.6 rebounds, 4.3 blocks and three assists in three games. In February 15, 2020, he participated in the Basketball Without Borders Global Camp held during NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago.

In the United States, Sotto was considered a consensus four-star recruit by major recruiting services. He was recruited by several NCAA Division I programs. It was announced on May 13, 2020, that Sotto joined the NBA G League Ignite, forgoing his college eligibility.

On October 28, 2022, Sotto recorded a season-high 16 points and seven rebounds in a 99–70 loss to the New Zealand Breakers. On January 8, 2023, he tied his season-high of 16 points and put up five rebounds and two blocks in an 85–83 loss to the Breakers.

On February 5, 2023, Sotto announced that he is leaving the team and will sign with a team overseas.

On February 7, 2023, Sotto signed a contract with Hiroshima Dragonflies of the Japanese B.League. His contract is until the end of the season as he is planning to join the 2023 NBA Summer League.

On March 18, 2023. Sotto recorded his first B.League double-double. He tallied 21 points and 12 rebounds in a 90-72 win over Ibaraki Robots.

Kai Sotto Net Worth

Kai Sotto has an estimated of $5 Million.

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