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The Assembly Line

The Assembly Line


Isaiah Stewart is known for his grit, motivation, and passion for the sport of basketball. When asked where he developed these qualities, Isaiah praises his dad, saying “All of this comes from him.” Isaiah has always been inspired by Dela Stewart’s selfless determination to provide the best life for his family and their strong bond has been a driving force of his basketball career. 

Come join Isaiah and his father and learn how their Jamaican culture influenced Isaiah’s life on and off the court, why Isaiah wore the #33 while playing for the Washington Huskies, and the time Dela took a 60-hour train ride to watch his son play. 

Isaiah and his father love dancehall reggae music and will be calling on fans to share their favorite songs along with the stories behind them. The winner will receive a surprise personalized prize from Isaiah himself so bring your best tunes! 

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Isaiah Stewart was born in Rochester, New York. He grew up with his father, Dela Stewart, who introduced him to sports at an early age. Isaiah first started with soccer and boxing but began playing basketball in the 5th grade. Isaiah’s love for basketball quickly grew, as he said, “Once I found that competitive edge, once I saw how fun it was to get better at basketball, once I saw how fun it was to compete. I just continued to stay with it.” By middle school, Isaiah was recognized for his basketball talent and was highly sought after by AAU teams.

In high school, Isaiah attended McQuaid Jesuit High School, playing for the team during his freshman and sophomore year before transferring to La Lumiere School. Isaiah earned many accolades during his high school career, including McDonald's All-American honors, Mr. Basketball USA, the 2019 Jersey Mike’s Naismith High School Player of the Year. As a five-star recruit and a top five player for the 2019 recruiting class, Isaiah committed to the Washington Huskies. In just his freshman year, Isaiah made both the All-Pac-12 first team and the Freshman Team.

In 2020, Isaiah declared for the NBA draft and was the 16th overall pick. While initially drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers, Isaiah was eventually traded to the Detroit Pistons, where he currently plays today. When reflecting on his son’s journey to the NBA, Dela says, “In every way I am proud. One hundred percent. In every way. I love him because he is my son, and he makes me proud.”

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