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Iman Shumpert
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Celebrity Profile
Birth Date 26 June 1990 (1990-06-26) (age 34)
Hometown Berwyn, Illinois
Known For NBA player

Dancing with the Stars 30

Partner(s) Daniella Karagach
Placement 1st
Highest Score 40 (Contemporary, Fusion & Freestyle)
Lowest Score 21 (Jive)
Average Score 32.6

Iman Asante Shumpert is the winning celebrity from Season 30 of Dancing with the Stars.


Retrieved from abc.com
Iman Shumpert is a father, rapper, producer, entrepreneur, actor and NBA basketball player. He became a fan favorite in New York with his gritty defensive play and high-top fade haircut, reminiscent of past Knicks players. Drafted No. 17 by the New York Knicks in 2011, he played four seasons for the team. He went on to win an NBA Championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers and play for the Houston Rockets, Sacramento Kings and Brooklyn Nets. Known by music fans as Iman, he has made his own path to musical respect with his high-tempo flow and personal lyrics as seen in his most recent musical release "Joyride". In addition to writing lyrics daily, he continues to work on various musical projects and build his record label A Sinner's Peace. Iman surprised fans by appearing in BET's hit show "Twenties" last season and will be acting in a few additional television shows this fall. He won an Emmy® for his participation in the MSG Network show "Beginnings". Iman and family have a new reality series, "We Got Love Teyana & Iman", premiering August 2021. Fashion and design is how Iman expressed his creativity while growing up outside of Chicago in Oak Park, Illinois, in the 1990s. From wearing and modeling clothes to designing, he has now developed his own clothing brand called Centerpiece. Iman wants people to be inspired to become the centerpiece of their family and their own life.

Dancing with the Stars 30[]

He is partnered with Daniella Karagach. They placed 1st.


1 Due to Derek Hough's absence in Week Three due to a possible COVID-19 exposure, only three judges judged in Week Three.

2 Due to Derek Hough's absence in Week Ten for testing positive for COVID-19, score was given by guest judge Julianne Hough filling in for Derek Hough.



  • He is the first NBA player to win Dancing with the Stars.
  • He is the last male contestant to win the Mirrorball before it was renamed as the Len Goodman Mirrorball Trophy.