Book Mario Chalmers Appearances & Speaking Engagements

Mario Chalmers Speaker Profile

Category: Basketball

Highlights: Mario Chalmers won two NBA titles with the Miami Heat and a NCAA title with the Kansas Jayhawks.

Travels From: Florida

Fee Range: Call For Fee

Request Information To Book Mario Chalmers

Mario Chalmers Booking Agent Details
Mario Chalmers was drafted with the 34th overall pick in the second round of the 2008 NBA draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves. When asked immediately after being drafted how many times he had watched his overtime-forcing three-pointer against Memphis in the NCAA championship, Chalmers responded, "a million times." The rights to Chalmers were later included in a trade with the Miami Heat. In the 2007–2008 season, Chalmers was named Big 12 All-Defensive First Team and All Big 12 Second Team. He was also named Most Outstanding Player of the 2008 NCAA Championship.

Sports Speakers 360 – Sports Talent Agency For Booking Athletes

Sports Speakers 360 has been the industry leader in booking athletes and sports speakers for over 20 years. As one of the most respected and established sports talent agencies, let us show you why thousands of corporations, organizations and non-profits have entrusted Sport Speakers 360 in helping them secure athletes and sports speakers at the best prices. Whether you’re looking for a motivational sports speaker for a sales meeting, a baseball Hall of Famer for a corporate meet & greet or a current football star for a product endorsement, we’ll use our expertise, knowledge of the industry and wealth of contacts to make the process fast, simple and seamless. For details on how to book Mario Chalmers, including information on Mario Chalmers speaking engagements, Mario Chalmers speaking fee, Mario Chalmers appearances, Mario Chalmers meet and greet, how to contact Mario Chalmers and Mario Chalmers agent information, contact a Mario Chalmers booking agent at Sports Speakers 360 today!

Mario Chalmers Videos
Mario Chalmers speaks about his role as Miami Heat point guard with comments by Erik Spoelstra,Pat Riley and Dwyane Wade.