Jordan Anthony Poole (born June 19, 1999) is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He attended Rufus King High School in Milwaukee and La Lumiere School in La Porte, Indiana.

He was a 2016 first team All-Wisconsin selection as a junior and a member of the 2017 Dick's National High School Championship winner as a senior. Poole then played college basketball for the Michigan Wolverines.

At Michigan, he was a member of the 2017–18 team that won the 2018 Big Ten Tournament and advanced to that season's National Championship Game.

He is known for making a game-winning buzzer beater three-point shot in the second round of the 2018 tournament, allowing Michigan to advance to the Sweet Sixteen round.

Former Michigan basketball player Jordan Poole hits a 3 to beat the buzzer at the end of the third quarter in the Golden State Warriors' win over the Boston Celtics in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on June 13, 2022.

Poole helped the Golden State Warriors take a 3-2 lead against the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals with his deep 3-pointer at the end of the third quarter. The shot turned the Warriors’ two-point deficit into a one-point lead.

It’s not Poole’s first deep buzzer, not even in this series. In Game 2, he closed the third quarter with an even longer, more difficult 3 after a series of fancing dribbling.

Poole splashed that one, nothing but net, to cap a monster quarter for the Warriors and put them ahead by 23 points in an eventual 107-88 win.

On Monday, after Golden State’s Andrew Wiggins grabbed a defensive rebound with 3.6 seconds left in the third, Poole immediately raced up court and called for the ball.

Golden State is one win away from an NBA championship, with Game 6 set for Thursday night in Boston. Poole would be the first Wolverine to win the title since current Michigan head coach Juwan Howard won with the Miami Heat in 2013.