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Marcus Hatten was born on 13 December, 1980 in American, is a retired American professional basketball player. At 40 years old, Marcus Hatten height not available right now. We will update Marcus Hatten's height soon as possible.

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Marcus Hatten Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 13 December 1980
Birthday 13 December
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Nationality American

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In the summer of 2017, Hatten competed in The Basketball Tournament on ESPN for the number one seeded FCM Untouchables. Competing for the $2 million grand prize, Hatten led the Untouchables in scoring with 20.0 points per game on 52% shooting from the three-point line. His 16 made three-pointers ranked fourth among all competing players. The Untouchables advanced to the Super 16 Round where they were defeated 85-71 by Team FOE, a Philadelphia-based team coached by NBA forwards Markieff and Marcus Morris.


On July 27, 2015, he signed with BG Göttingen. His contract was terminated two weeks later when he failed a physical as a result of a knee injury.

On November 6, 2015, he returned to Mitteldeutscher BC, signing a two-year deal.


After this, he transferred to Big East power, St. John's University in New York City to be a communications major. He was the second Tallahassee Community College star to go to St. John's, as Bootsy Thornton (also of Baltimore) took the same route to St. John's. Under coach Mike Jarvis, he was an NIT champion and MVP, two time All–Big East first team selection and averaged 21.2 points per game.


He was not drafted in the NBA Draft and played in the CBA before a brief stint with the Los Angeles Clippers. Then he played in Poland and Spain before being signed by the Denver Nuggets. However, he went to play in Israel. In the 2005–06 season, he averaged 22.7 points per game playing with Hapoel Tel Aviv, during that same year Hatten was accused during the end of the season of sexual abuse by a local 19 years old woman alongside Hapoel Jerusalem's Horace Jenkins, Roger Mason Jr. and Mario Austin, the accusation dropped later that year. In the following season he played at Elitzur Ashkelon. He led the Israeli League in scoring per game with 23.23 points and also scored the most points in one game in that season with 49 against Hapoel Jerusalem. In the 2007–08 season, he arrived in Italy and he played in Scafati Basket. At the beginning of the 2009–10 season, a new contract was inked for U.C.C. Casalpusterlengo, an Italian Legadue team. Then he went to Dexia Mons-Hainaut.


Marcus Isaiah Hatten (born December 13, 1980) is a retired American professional basketball player. Standing at 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m), he played as point guard and had an extensive professional career in several European and South-American countries.