Jonah Antonio Wikipedia, Age, Bio, Height, Instagram, Girlfriend

Jonah Antonio Jonah Antonio is a professional basketball player all the way from Australia. Currently, he plays for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, wearing the number 20 jersey. Before that, he has already played in a couple of more teams from his high school and university, namely Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers and UNLV Rebels.
He was born on April 19, 1997, in Joondalup, Australia. He is the son of Kim Antonio and Maryanna Lucror. Likewise, he has two older sisters Kara and Chantal, and one more younger sister, Kiannah. 
Name
Jonah Antonio
Gender
Male
Profession
Basketball player
Twitter
@jonah__antonio
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Know Details About Jonah Antonio; Wikipedia, Age, Height
Antonio is one of the best basketball players in the US, yet he is not featured on Wikipedia. 
As of 2021, Antonio is 23 years old.
He was born on 1997 April 19 in Australia.  
He has a good height of 6 feet 5 inches and weighs around 88 kgs. 
Antonio is not active on Instagram. He loves his private life. He is only active on Twitter as @jonah__antonio with more than 1k followers. Likewise, his Twitter account is also protected so that only approved fans can see his tweets.
Jonah Antonio’s Girlfriend
Jonah does not have a girlfriend.
As stated before, he loves his private life; he has not shared any information regarding his relationship. There is no clue if he is dating or still single.
Fun Facts About Jonah Antonio
Jonah Antonio is a professional basketball player who plays for Wake Forest Demon Deacon.
As he was born in 1997, his age is 23 years old.
He is the son of Kim Antonio and Maryanna Lucror.
Also, he has two elder sisters Kara and Chantal, and a young sister Kiannah.
He graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and now he plays for Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
He has no Instagram account but has a Twitter account as @jonah__antonio with 1k followers.
He was graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. 
While he played for Mount St. Mary’s, his team was named as Northeast Conference All-Rookie Team.
In 2018, his college team from South Plains College claimed the All-Western Junior College Athletic Conference Team.