|birthday||18th October 1990 (age 29)|
|place of birth||Ludwigsburg , Germany|
|league||2nd Bundesliga ProA|
|Clubs as active|
|Until BG 74 Göttingen 2010–2013 UConn Huskies ( NCAA ) 2013 Telekom Baskets Bonn 2014 rent4office Nürnberg 2014–2015 VfL Kirchheim Knights 2015 medi Bayreuth 2015–2016 Ametx Zornotza 2016 Musel Pikes 2016–2018 Hamburg Towers Since 2018 Tigers Tübingen
Wolf grew up in his mother's home in Göttingen , where the family settled at the end of his father's active career in 1998. With the youth teams of BG 74, for which father and mother had already been active, Wolf took part in the youth basketball league (NBBL). At that time, the adolescent wolf refrained from short appearances in the professional men's team of BG 74, as this would have endangered his eligibility to play in the US college league NCAA . After auditioning at the Wilbraham & Monson Academy (WMA) in Wilbraham ( Massachusetts ), a "prep school" to prepare for university studies, Wolf finally got one in 2010, similar to Maodo Lô a year later at the same institution Sports scholarship from a college in the NCAA Division I. He began studying with Niels Giffey with the Huskies of the University of Connecticut . Led by Most Outstanding Player Kemba Walker , the team won the prestigious NCAA Division I Basketball Championship in 2011 . In contrast to Giffey, who received noteworthy deployment time from the start, Wolf had to fight for his deployment time and was essentially only given it in his third year of study as a junior before he was suspended from the university in February 2013 after a private argument with a fellow student . After Wolf's rehabilitation and the lifting of his suspension, however, Wolf did not receive another scholarship for his final year of study, so Wolf decided to return to Germany. That year Giffey won another NCAA championship with the Huskies along with Leon Tolksdorf and MOP Shabazz Napier .
Back in Germany, Wolf got a contract with the first division team Telekom Baskets from Bonn in the basketball Bundesliga 2013/14 . With a double license , Wolf initially played primarily for the second team in the fourth-class regional league and came in the top division for the professional team on nine short appearances until the end of 2013. Somewhat surprisingly, Wolf agreed with the club at the beginning of 2014 to terminate his contract. At the end of January 2014, Wolf joined the former first division club from Nuremberg operating under rent4office in the second-highest division ProA . With this team, Wolf reached sixth place in the ProA 2013/14 play-offs for promotion. The decisive semi-final series for promotion was then lost to the Crailsheim Merlins . For ProA 2014/15 , Wolf switched to the Knights from Kirchheim unter Teck , with whom he missed the promotion play-offs.
Wolf started the 2015/16 season with Bundesliga club Medi Bayreuth . After nine appearances and the expiry of a two-month contract, he left the club and moved to the Spanish third division team Ametx Zornotza in December 2015. There he came on twelve missions in which he achieved an average of 11.2 points and 7.8 rebounds. At the end of the 2015/16 season, Wolf played briefly for the Luxembourg first division club Musel Pikes.
On June 30, 2016 he was signed by the German second division club Hamburg Towers . After the end of the 2017/18 season, Wolf moved within the 2. Bundesliga ProA to the Tigers Tübingen , who had previously been relegated from the Bundesliga. In terms of statistical values, the 2016/17 game year was the more successful of its time in Hamburg, when it averaged 8.9 points and 6.9 rebounds. In the second division season 2018/19, Wolf achieved averages of 13.9 points (third-best scorer in the Tübingen team) and 8.6 rebounds (team-internal maximum).
Wolf's brother Julius , who is a good two years his junior, is also a professional basketball player. His sister Ronja also played basketball at a competitive level.
Parents Horst and Inken Wolf were also successful basketball players.
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|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German basketball player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||October 18, 1990|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Ludwigsburg|