Patrick O'Neill Baldwin Jr. Born on November 18, 2002, under the name PBJ,

he is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of, 

the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for, 

the Milwaukee Panthers. He was unanimously a five-star recruit and one of. 

recruit and one of the top players, in the 2021 class. On May 12, 2021, 

he promised Duke and Georgetown to play college basketball for,

Milwaukee under his father's coaching. He was the youngest person ever to,

receive an offer to play at Duke, receiving the offer in his second year of high school. 

He became the highest-ranking recruiter committed to the Horizon League program.

In his college debut, Baldwin posted 21 points and 10 rebounds,

in 75-60 win over North Dakota. He suffered a leg injury on November 23, 2021,

in a loss against Bowling Green, which caused him to miss several games. 

Baldwin returned in a 70-60 loss to the IPFW on February 4, 2022,

where he shot 15 off 5 and 3 for 1. He also played an average of,

two conference games, against Cleveland State and Northern Kentucky.

Overall 4-of-19 shot 30 minutes and 6.5 points while sitting out for,

the rest of the season for unknown reasons. As a freshman,

in the injured season, Baldwin averaged 12.1 points and 5.8 rebounds,

per game On April 22, 2022, Baldwin announced for the 2022 NBA Draft, 

ending the rest of his college eligibility.Baldwin represented,

the United States at the 2021 FIBA Under-19 World Cup in Latvia. He averaged 7.7

points and five rebounds per game, helping his team win the gold medal.