Arizona Basketball

Checking in with Arizona Wildcats NBA alums after the holidays

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Statistics reflect current season. All stats provided by NBA.com.

Jason Terry (Milwaukee Bucks)
Minutes Per Game – 16.9
Field Goal % – 35
3 Point % – 36.8
Free Throw % – 71.4
Points Per Game – 3
Rebounds (PG) – 1.2
Assists Per Game – 1.3
NBA Rosters – Bucks 2016-17 Rockets 2014-16 Nets 2013-14 Celtics 2012-13 Mavs 2004-12 Hawks 1999-04

2013-14 SEASON: Appeared in 35 games (zero starts) with the Brooklyn Nets, averaged 4.5 points, 1.1 rebounds, and .6 assists in 16.3 minutes. PREVIOUS SEASON: 2012-13: Averaged 10.1 points, 2.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 0.84 steals in 26.9 minutes per game.

Richard Jefferson (Cleveland Cavaliers)
Minutes Per Game – 19.1
Field Goal % – 41.9
3 Point % – 29.6
Free Throw % – 77.8
Points Per Game – 5.1
Rebounds (PG) – 2.1
Assists Per Game – 0.9
NBA Rosters – Cavs 2015-17 Mavs 2014-15 Jazz 2013-14 Warriors 2011-13 Spurs 2009-12 Bucks 2008-09 Nets 2001-08

2015-16 SEASON: Played in 74 games (five starts) with Cleveland…averaged 5.5 points on .458 shooting and 1.7 rebounds in 17.7 minutes…shot .382 from the three-point line. Knocked down two three-pointers in 17 games, including seven games with at least three. Scored in double figures 15 times. Dished out a season-high four assists at Minnesota on Jan. 8…blocked a career-high tying four shots on Dec. 28 at Phoenix; pulled down a season-high tying six rebounds, to go along with 15 points on 4-5 (.800) shooting, including a 3-4 (.750) clip from beyond the arc, and one steal in 25 minutes at Oklahoma City on Feb. 21…poured in a season-high 20 points on 7-10 (.700) shooting from the floor, including a 3-4 (.750) mark from deep, four rebounds and one steal in 29 minutes at Miami on March 19…led or tied for the team lead in steals nine times, blocks four times, rebounds once and points once…was a DNP-CD eight times.

Channing Frye (Cleveland Cavaliers)
Minutes Per Game – 18.1
Field Goal % – 45.6
3 Point % – 45.7
Free Throw % – 95.5
Points Per Game – 9.5
Rebounds (PG) – 2.9
Assists Per Game – 0.7
NBA Rosters – Cavs 2015-17 Magic 2014-16 Suns 2009-14 Trail Blazers 2007-09 Knicks 2005-07

2015-16 SEASON: Played in 70 games (32 starts) with Orlando and Cleveland…averaged 6.0 points on .436 shooting, including .387 from three-point territory, and 3.3 rebounds in 17.1 minutes…played in 26 games with the Cavaliers (three starts), averaging 7.5 points on .438 shooting, including .377 from deep, and 3.6 rebounds in 17.2 minutes…in 44 games with the Magic (29 starts), averaged 5.2 points on .435 shooting, including .397 from beyond the arc, and 3.2 rebounds in 17.1 minutes…shot .387 from three-point territory (30th-best in the NBA), the third-best three-point shooting percentage of his career…scored in double figures 17 times.

Jerryd Bayless (Philadelphia 76ers)
Minutes Per Game – 23.7
Field Goal % – 34.4
3 Point % – 40
Free Throw % – 90
Points Per Game – 11
Rebounds (PG) – 4
Assists Per Game – 4.3
NBA Rosters – 76ers 2016-17 Bucks 2014-16 Celtics 2013-14 Grizzlies 2012-14 Rapters 2010-12 Pelicans 2010-11 Trail Blazers 2008-10

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Recorded his 1,000th assist against Philadelphia on 2/5/14 and his 3,000th career point against Indiana on 3/1/14. Scored career-high 31 points on 12/11/10 at Detroit while a member of the Toronto Raptors.

2013-14 SEASON: Averaged 9.3 points, 2.0 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 23.4 minutes per game split between MEM and BOS. With BOS averaged 10.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game … shot 41.8% from the floor and 39.5% from 3-point range with BOS

Jordan Hill (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Minutes Per Game – 8
Field Goal % – 36.4
3 Point % – 0
Free Throw % – 100
Points Per Game – 2
Rebounds (PG) – 2.6
Assists Per Game – 2.6
NBA Rosters – Timberwolves 2016-17 Pacers 2015-16 Lakers 2011-15 Rockets 2009-12 Knicks 2009-10

2013-14 SEASON: Appeared in 72 games (32 starts) for the Lakers in his fifth NBA season, averaged 9.7 points, 7.4 rebounds, 0.8 assists, 0.4 steals and 0.9 blocks in 20.8 minutes.


Derrick Williams (Miami Heat)
Minutes Per Game – 15.8
Field Goal % – 43.5
3 Point % – 21.1
Free Throw % – 60
Points Per Game – 6.9
Rebounds (PG) – 3
Assists Per Game – 0.5
NBA Rosters – Heat 2016-17 Knicks 2015-16 Kings 2013-15 Timberwolves 2011-14

2013-14 SEASON: Averaged 8.5 ppg (.437 FG%, .286 3pt%, .708 FT%), 4.4 rpg, 0.8 apg and 24.7 mpg in 67 games (started 15) for the Kings . Averaged 8.0 ppg (.427 FG%, .263 3pt%, .718 FT%), 4.1 rpg, 0.7 apg and 23.3 mpg in 78 games (started 15) for the Kings and Timberwolves . Averaged 4.9 ppg (.352 FG%, .133 3pt%, .875 FT%), 2.4 rpg, 0.1 apg and 14.7 mpg in 11 games off the bench for Minnesota.

Solomon Hill (New Orleans Pelicans)
Minutes Per Game – 27.7
Field Goal % – 37.5
3 Point % – 34.5
Free Throw % – 84.6
Points Per Game – 5.8
Rebounds (PG) – 3.7
Assists Per Game – 1.8
NBA Rosters – Pelicans 2016-17 Pacers 2013-16

2015-16 Season: In 59 games (three starts), averaged 4.2 points, 1.0 assist, 2.8 rebounds and 0.6 steals in 14.7 minutes per game while shooting 44.7% from the floor, 32.4% from 3-point range and 85.7% from the foul line…Scored in double-figures in seven contests and rebounded in double-figures twice…Recorded a double-double 4/10 vs. BKN, scoring 13 points and trying a career high with 12 rebounds…Scored a season high 25 points 4/13 at MIL…Appeared in all seven of Indiana’s playoff contests, averaging 7.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 1.1 assists in 28.3 minutes per game.

Congratulations to Solo and his family on the birth of his child on New Year’s Eve!

Aaron Gordon (Orlando Magic)
Minutes Per Game – 26.1
Field Goal % – 43.2
3 Point % – 32.1
Free Throw % – 63.9
Points Per Game – 10.7
Rebounds (PG) – 4.3
Assists Per Game – 1.6
NBA Rosters – Magic 2014-17

2015-16 SEASON: Appeared in 78 games (37 starts) with Orlando, averaging 9.2 ppg., 6.5 rpg. and 1.6 apg. in 23.9 minpg.…As a starter, averaged 11.1 ppg., 8.2 rpg. and 2.2 apg. in 28.6 minpg….Led (or tied) the team in scoring five times and in rebounding 20 times…Scored in double figures 38 times and had 20+ points five times, including a career-high 22 points on Feb. 28 vs. Philadelphia and Apr. 13 @ Charlotte. Had 10+ rebounds 15 times. Had 10+ rebounds 15 times. Recorded at least one blocked shot 37 times and had two-or-more blocked shots 13 times. Recorded at least one steal 40 times and had two-or-more steals 13 times. Finished as runner-up during Slam Dunk contest at NBA All-Star Weekend, losing in a “dunk-off” to Minnesota’s Zach LaVine.

Stanley Johnson (Detroit Pistons)
Minutes Per Game – 14.6
Field Goal % – 35.9
3 Point % – 26.1
Free Throw % – 63.3
Points Per Game – 3.6
Rebounds (PG) – 2.2
Assists Per Game – 1.1
NBA Rosters – DET 2015-17

2015-16 SEASON: NBA.com does not have Johnson’s stats posted for his rookie season.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (New York Nets)
Minutes Per Game – 22.7
Field Goal % – 38.5
3 Point % – 25
Free Throw % – 74
Points Per Game – 7.9
Rebounds (PG) – 4.7
Assists Per Game – 2
NBA Rosters – BKN 2015-17

Happy Birthday to RHJ! (1-3-95)

TJ McConnell (Philadelphia 76ers)
Minutes Per Game – 20.4
Field Goal % – 43.7
3 Point % – 31.6
Free Throw % – 72
Points Per Game – 4.6
Rebounds (PG) – 2.3
Assists Per Game – 4.8
NBA Rosters – PHI 2015-17

Stever Kerr (Coach Golden State Warriors)
Record: 30-5 (%0.857)
Conference: 20-4 (1st place in the West)
Division: 6-1 (1st place in the Pacific)
Home Record: 15-2
Road Record: 15-3
Last 10: 9-1
Streak: W3
Points per game: 117.3
Opponents Points per game: 104.7
Rebounds per game: 45.3
Assists per game: 31.2

Luke Walton (Coach Los Angeles Lakers)
Record: 12-25 (%0.324)
Conference: 7-15 (12th place in the West, 19 games behind)
Division: 6-1 (4th place in the Pacific)
Home Record: 7-10
Road Record: 5-15
Last 10: 2-8
Streak: L3
Points per game: 104.2
Opponents Points per game: 110.4
Rebounds per game: 43.8
Assists per game: 20.4

Born a Wildcat fan, lifetime fanhood was solidified when he was able to meet Tedy Bruschi, Sean Harris, Brandon Sanders, Chuck Levy and Ontiwaun Carter as a sixth grader. Having served 10 years in the armed forces and having been deployed all over the world, he’s still managed to make it to every Arizona home football game, bowl game and at least one away game for the last 12 years. Now combining his love of writing with his love of all things sports, Jose is proud and honored to join AllSportsTucson.com as a writer.

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