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Jones, Eddie

2005-2006: Averaged 10.3 points per game in the four-game playoff series against Dallas, the second-highest scoring average on the team, along with 2.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game • Did not start Game 4 and was limited to five minutes due to a hand injury • During the regular season, had 46 games with 10+ points, nine games with 20+ points and one game with 10+ rebounds • Led the team in scoring seven times, assists six times, rebounds four times, steals 35 times and had one double-double • Finished the season ranked third in the NBA in steals per turnover (1.41) and 11th in the NBA in steals per game (1.75) • His 1.75 steals per game was the highest single season average since the team moved to Memphis, and third-highest single season average in franchise history, behind Erick Murdock in 1995-96 (2.02) and Greg Anthony in 1996-97 (1.98) • Had the 3500th rebound of his career on Mar. 23/06 vs. the L.A. Clippers, 1500th steal of his career on Mar. 17/06 vs. Denver and 13,000th point of his career on Jan. 7/06 at Chicago • Had a season-high 25 points three times: Nov. 4/05 at Orlando, Dec. 26/05 at Utah and Feb. 11/06 at L.A. Lakers • Tied a franchise record with seven steals on Jan. 10/06 vs. Sacramento • Had a season-high 10 rebounds on Jan. 14 at San Antonio, which along with 16 points marked his only double-double of the year • Opened the season with nine straight games scoring in double figures, his longest such streak of the season, and averaged 16.0 points per game during that span, and his monthly average of 14.3 points was his highest of the season.

2004-2005: Started each of the 80 games in which he appeared for the Heat and averaged 12.7 points, a career-high 5.1 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.08 steals per game • Was named team captain for the fourth consecutive season • Registered career highs in both defensive rebounds (367) and total rebounds (405) • Ranked among the NBA leaders in three-point field goals made (16th, 142) and attempted (16th, 382), steals-to-turnover ratio (17th, 0.87) and three-point field goal percentage (49th, .372) • Topped the 1,000-point mark for the seventh time in his career and amassed over 100 three-pointers for the sixth time • Converted at least 80 percent of his free throw attempts for the sixth consecutive year and the seventh time in his career • Tied Udonis Haslem for the team lead in starts and ranked second in minutes played (2,839), three-point field goals made and attempted and steals (86) • Led the Heat in scoring on six occasions, in steals 29 times, in minutes in 28 games, in blocks eight times, in rebounds on six occasions and in assists four times • Scored in double figures 58 times, including 10 games with at least 20 points • Grabbed double-figure rebounds on three occasions and recorded a career-high three double-doubles • Registered 16 double-figure scoring quarters • Converted at least one three-point field goal in a season-high 11 consecutive games from Dec. 13/04-Jan. 3/05 • Eclipsed the 25,000 minutes played mark in the season opener at New Jersey on Nov. 3/04 • Scored his 12,000th career point at Seattle on Jan. 9/05 • Grabbed his 3,000th career rebound against Charlotte on Jan. 1/05 • Hit his 2,500th career free throw against Chicago on Apr. 5/05 • Recorded his 500th career block against Milwaukee on Nov. 14/04 • Had 25 multi-steal and seven multi-block games • Had a season-high 27 points (at Milwaukee, Nov. 17/04), 11 rebounds (twice), eight assists (at Golden State, Jan. 12/05), four steals (at New Orleans, Apr. 2/05), three blocks (at Denver, Dec. 4/04) and 50 minutes (at L.A. Clippers, Jan. 14/05).

2003-04: Started each of the 81 games in which he appeared and averaged 17.3 points (.409 FG%, .835 FT%), 3.8 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.14 steals and 37.0 minutes…missed one game due to injury (Nov. 3 at Dallas with a right calf strain)…was a team co-captain with Brian Grant…led the HEAT in scoring average for the fourth consecutive year, tying the franchise record set by Glen Rice (1991-95)…also led the HEAT in free throw percentage, field goals attempted (1,156), three-point field goals made (career-high 177), three-point field goals attempted (479), points (1,401), 20-point games (32) and starts and ranked second in steals (92), free throws made (278) and free throws attempted (333)…ranked third in the NBA in three-point field goals made, 26th in free throw percentage, 30th in scoring average and 32nd in minutes per game…led the HEAT in scoring a team-high 33 times, in steals 23 times, in blocks on 19 occasions, in assists on 17 occasions, in minutes 15 times and in rebounds twice…scored in double figures 70 times (second on team) with 32 games of at least 20 points and one 30-point game…handed out double figures in assists once (season-high 11 at Milwaukee on Jan. 9)…his 11-assist, no turnover performance at Milwaukee on Jan. 9 marked just the 20th time in franchise history a HEAT player recorded double-figure assists in a game without committing a turnover…recorded one double-double (Jan. 9 at Milwaukee)…hit his 1,000th career three-point field goal on Nov. 14 against Washington…his streak of 28 consecutive free throws made from Mar. 12-Apr. 3 was the team high for the season…his 28 double-figure scoring quarters were a team-high…had two of Miami’s four 20-point individual halves (22 in the 1st Half at San Antonio on Nov. 4 and 20 in the 1st Half vs. Atlanta on Feb. 20)…his 22-point first half at San Antonio on Nov. 4 was Miami’s highest individual scoring half this season…at hit at least one three-point field goal in a season-high 14 consecutive games from Mar. 20-Apr. 14…had 20 multi-steal games…had 13 dunks…Season Highs: 33 points (vs. Orlando, Jan. 2), 11 assists (Jan. 9, at Milwaukee), eight rebounds (five times), five steals (twice), three blocks (twice) and 45 minutes (twice).

2002-03: Started each of the 47 games in which he appeared and averaged 18.5 points (.423 FG%, .822 FT%), 4.8 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 1.36 steals and 38.1 minutes…missed a total of 35 games due to injury…missed 30 games with a sprained right ankle (seven from Jan. 5-17 and the final 23 games of the season from Mar. 4-Apr. 15 after re-injuring the ankle in practice on Mar. 3)…also missed one game (Jan. 22 vs. Phoenix) due to sinusitis/bronchitis and four games from Feb. 14-18 with a left groin strain…was a team co-captain with Brian Grant…led the HEAT in scoring average, 30-point games (four), three-point field goals made (98), three-point field goals attempted (241), three-point field goal percentage (career-high .407), and minutes per game and tied for the team lead in 20-point games (22)…ranked second on the team in points (869), free throws made (189), free throws attempted (230), assists per game, steals per game and tied for second in total steals (64)…was 10th in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage, 35th in free throw percentage and 43rd in three-point field goals made…scored in double figures 39 times…grabbed double-figure rebounds twice and recorded two double-doubles…scored his 10,000th career point on a three-point field goal with 11:39 left in the fourth quarter at Philadelphia on Jan. 31…led the HEAT in scoring 29 times (tied for the team lead), in minutes 26 times, in steals on 21 occasions, in assists 18 times, in blocks 12 times and in rebounds twice…scored 14 consecutive points against Houston on Dec. 16 to tie the HEAT franchise record for consecutive points by an individual…scored a career-high 38 points against Golden State on Dec. 14…his 38-point effort against Golden State was the single-game high for a HEAT player in 2002-03…his 51 minutes played versus Houston on Dec. 16 were a team high for the season and set his HEAT high…attempted a team- and career-high 27 field goals against Houston on Dec. 16…his season-high six steals against Houston on Dec. 16 tied the AmericanAirlines Arena single-game record…his streak of 25 consecutive free throws made from Jan. 31-Feb. 22 was a team high for the season…hit at least one three-point field goal in a team-high 14 consecutive games from Jan. 20-Mar. 2…had three of Miami’s four 20-point individual halves, including a 24-point second half against Golden State on Dec. 14, which tied for the HEAT individual high in a half this season…his 20 double-figure scoring quarters were a team high…had 17 multi-steal games…recorded at least one steal in a season-high 11 consecutive games from Jan. 18-Feb. 22…had eight dunks…Season Highs: 38 points (vs. Golden State, Dec. 14), 11 rebounds (at Atlanta, Nov. 29), seven assists (seven times), six steals (vs. Houston, Dec. 16), four blocks (twice) and 51 minutes (vs. Houston, Dec. 16).

2001-02: Started each of the 81 games in which he appeared and averaged 18.3 points (.432 FG%, .837 FT%), 4.7 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 1.44 steals, 0.95 blocks and 39.0 minutes…the lone game he missed was against the Clippers in L.A. on Dec. 4 due to a right knee contusion…was a HEAT tri-captain with Brian Grant and Alonzo Mourning…set single-season career highs in points (1,480), field goals made (517), field goals attempted (1,198), rebounds (378), blocks (77), games played (81) and minutes played (3,156)…led the team in scoring (1,480 points, 18.3 ppg), field goals made, field goals attempted, three-point field goals made (149), three-point field goals attempted (382), free throws made (297), steals (117) and minutes…ranked second on the team in free throws attempted (355), three-point field goal percentage (.390), assists (262) and blocks…his 29 dunks ranked third on the HEAT…was named the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 6…ranked among the NBA leaders in total minutes (9th), three-point field goals made (10th), three-point field goals attempted (12th), minutes per game (14th), steals-to-turnover ratio (18th, 1.44:1), total steals (25th), points scored (27th), field goals attempted (28th), three-point field goal percentage (30th), free throw percentage (30th), steals per game (30th), scoring average (31st), field goals made (36th) and total blocks (tied-49th)…scored in double figures in a team- and career-high 75 games, grabbed double-figure rebounds on two occasions and had a pair of double-doubles…scored in double figures in a career-high 32 consecutive games (streak ended Jan. 8, 2002)…had the HEAT’s only two 30-point games (37 at Denver on Jan. 29 and 32 vs. New York on Feb. 28) and scored at least 20 points in a game a team-high 38 times…the 38 games with at least 20 points is the second highest single-season total of his career topped only by the 1999-2000 season when he had 40 with Charlotte…had a team-high 30 double-figure scoring quarters and twice scored at least 20 points in a half (24 in the 1st half at Denver on Jan. 29 and 20 in the 2nd half vs. New York on Feb. 28)…led the HEAT in scoring a team-high 45 times, in steals 34 times, in blocks on 16 occasions, in assists 11 times, rebounds six times and in minutes on a team-high 56 occasions…his streak of 32 consecutive games with at least one three-point field goal made from Jan. 4-Mar. 9 was a career high and is the second longest in HEAT history (one shy of the team record held by Tim Hardaway)…had a team-leading 117 steals…played at least 40 minutes 45 times and his 3,156 minutes played rank second on the HEAT’s all-time single-season list…hit a season-high 16 consecutive free throw attempts from Nov. 13-24…had a team-high 37 multi-steal games…his jumper with 29.8 seconds remaining in the first OT against Houston on Apr. 9 forced a second OT and his trey with 55.6 seconds left in the second OT put Miami ahead to stay…hit the game-winning shot as time expired at Detroit on Mar. 5…scored the game-winning basket vs. Seattle on Nov. 6…his trey with 4.1 seconds remaining at Portland on Jan. 17 and his trey with 6.3 seconds remaining at Cleveland on Nov. 24 forced overtime…his lay-up with 13.5 seconds remaining at Denver on Jan. 29 tied the score and forced overtime…grabbed a career-high tying 13 rebounds at Cleveland on Nov. 24...recorded his 400th assist with the HEAT on Apr. 5 vs. Milwaukee…Season Highs: 37 points (at Denver, Jan. 29), 13 rebounds (at Cleveland, Nov. 24), eight assists (three times), seven steals (at Milwaukee, Feb. 15), five blocks (at Milwaukee, Nov. 8) and 50 minutes (at Cleveland, Jan. 21).

2000-2001: Started 58 of the 63 games in which he appeared ... Led the HEAT in scoring (17.4 ppg), steals (110 total, 1.75 spg), three-point field goal percentage (.378) and free throw percentage (career-high .844) ... Ranked second on the team in dunks (36) ... Missed a total of 19 games due to injury (15 with a dislocated left shoulder from Mar. 7-Apr. 8 and four with a strained right calf from Nov. 15-22) ... His .844 free throw percentage ranked 24th in the NBA ... Scored in double-figures 56 times ... Scored 30 or more points a team-high three times and 20 or more points in 25 contests (tied for the team lead with Anthony Mason) ... Led the HEAT in scoring a team-high 29 times ... Also led the squad in steals on 30 occasions, blocks 24 times, minutes 17 times, assists in eight games and in rebounds on seven occasions ... Recorded a pair of double-doubles ...His 58 blocked shots tied his career best set during the 1998-99 season ... Recorded at least 100 steals for the seventh straight season, including the 1,000th steal of his career at Portland on Jan. 18 ... Connected on a season-high 23 straight free throw attempts from Nov. 24-29 (third longest streak on the HEAT this season). 1999-2000: Selected to the 1999-2000 All-NBA Third Team ... Selected to the 1999-2000 NBA All-Defensive Second Team ... Scored 29 points in a 109-106 OT win at Milwaukee on 4/14 ... Posted 32 points and 6 rebounds in a 110-101 OT win over Toronto on 3/31 ... Logged 31 points and 7 assists in an 89-87 loss to Utah on 3/3 ... Scored 10 points as a starter in the 2000 NBA All-Star Game ... Recorded a game-high 32 points in a 103-95 win over Cleveland on 2/9 ... Scored a season-high 34 points in a 95-85 win over New York on 2/7 ... Posted 25 points and 7 steals in a 117-102 win over Detroit on 1/27 ... Registered 24 points and 7 steals in a 96-86 win in Chicago on 1/19 ... Notched 30 points, 10 assists, 4 steals and 3 blocks in a 113-106 win over Golden State on 12/8 ... Recorded a game-high 30 points (5-7 3 FG) and snared 8 boards in a 103-92 victory in Orlando on 11/19 ... Posted 24 points, 9 assists, 6 rebounds and 4 steals in a 104-99 victory over Dallas on 11/17 ... Tallied a game-high 33 points (12-18 FG) in a 117-111 victory over Milwaukee on 11/10 ... Totaled a game-high 26 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in a 109-99 loss in Toronto on 11/7 ... Registered a career-high and franchise record 9 steals, adding 22 points in a 98-89 victory over Indiana on 11/4 1998-1999: Named to the 1998-99 NBA All-Defensive Second Team ... Posted a game-high 28 points (10-14 FG, 3-4 3FG, 5-5 FT), 5 rebounds, 5 steals, 4 assists and 4 blocked shots in a 117-110 overtime win over the Philadelphia 76ers on 5/4 ... Registered a game-high 23 points (10-16 FG), 7 rebounds and 5 assists against the Miami Heat on 5/2 ... Recorded 21 points (8-15 FG, 4-4 FT), 6 assists, 4 rebounds and 4 blocked shots against the Indiana Pacers on 4/29 ... Totaled game-highs of 28 points (15-17 FT) and 7 steals, adding 5 assists and 4 rebounds, in a 108-100 win over the Toronto Raptors on 4/27 ... Posted a game-high 23 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals and 3 assists in a 95-94 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on 4/16 ... Scored his 5,000th career point, registering 17 points, 8 assists, 5 rebounds and 3 steals, against the Indiana Pacers on 4/2 ... Recorded a game-high 29 points (15-17 FT) and 3 assists, in his home debut with the Hornets, in a 119-111 win over the Phoenix Suns on 3/17 ... Made his Hornets debut, totaling 14 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals, in a 92-83 victory over the Washington Wizards on 3/12 ... Posted 21 points, 6 steals, 5 rebounds and 4 blocked shots in a 103-98 victory over the Denver Nuggets on 2/10 1997-1998: Named to the 1997-98 NBA All-Defensive Second Team ... Registered 21 points (9-14 FG), 6 assists, 3 rebounds and 3 steals in a 124-95 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on 4/17 ... Posted 26 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals in a 113-102 victory against the Vancouver Grizzlies on 4/8 ... Scored a game-high 27 points (10-14 FG, 4-4 FT) and grabbed 5 rebounds in a 107-86 victory over the Denver Nuggets on 3/23 ... Totaled 19 points and 11 rebounds, including 7 offensive boards, against the Washington Wizards on 3/2 ... Recorded 15 points and a game-high 11 rebounds, including 7 offensive boards, in the 1998 NBA All-Star Game in New York ... Registered 24 points (3-4 3FG), 4 assists and 3 rebounds in a 121-114 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on 1/30 ... Posted 23 points and 8 rebounds against the Seattle SuperSonics on 1/24 ... Totaled 27 points (10-15 FG) and 6 steals in a 125-115 victory over the L.A. Clippers on 1/9 ... Recorded a game-high 23 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in a 116-106 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on 1/2 ... Registered a game-high 32 points (13-20 FG, 5-8 3FG), 6 rebounds and 3 steals in a 109-96 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on 12/16 ... Named NBA Player of the Month for November, averaging 21.1 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 3.5 apg and 2.40 spg, and leading all NBA guards with .568 field-goal shooting, for the 13-2 Lakers ... Scored a game-high 32 points (12-15 FG, 3-5 3FG) in a 105-99 victory over the Toronto Raptors on 11/30 ... Posted a game-high 31 points, 6 assists, 4 steals and 3 rebounds in a 118-93 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on 11/19 ... Totaled a game-high 28 points (10-12 FG) and 3 rebounds in a 121-95 victory over the Vancouver Grizzlies on 11/16 ... Recorded 26 points, 7 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals in a 109-100 overtime win over the San Antonio Spurs on 11/13 ... Scored a career-high 35 points (14-17 FG, 4-5 FT) in a 101-98 victory over the Sacramento Kings on 11/4 1996-1997: In only his third pro season, Jones established himself among the NBA's finest young guards at both ends of the floor by raising his scoring average to 17.2 ppg and ranking fourth in the NBA in steals at 2.36 spg ... Jones, who started 80 games, more than any other Laker, was the team's second-leading scorer behind Shaquille O'Neal ... He also averaged 4.1 rebounds and 3.4 steals and shot .391 from three-point range, ranking second on the team with 152 treys ... He was one of only four players in the NBA to average 17 ppg, 4 rpg and 2 spg, and his steals average was the highest by a Laker since 1981-82, when Magic Johnson led the league at 2.67 spg ... Jones established career-highs with 34 points and 13 rebounds in a 115-105 victory over the New Jersey Nets on March 9 ... He also had a career-high eight steals in a 100-88 win at Philadelphia on Nov. 26 and a career-high six three-pointers in a 101-85 loss at Indiana on March 2 ... He opened the season with at least two three-pointers in 22 consecutive games, tying an NBA record ... In nine playoff starts, Jones averaged 11.2 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.00 steals. 1995-1996: Jones ranked eighth in the NBA with a team-high 1.84 steals per game, leading the Lakers in that category for the second year in a row ... He also averaged 12.8 points, 3.5 assists and 3.3 rebounds in 31.2 minutes per game, appearing in 70 games, all but four of them as a starter ... He posted career highs in both games and minutes played, as well as in blocked shots (45), field goal shooting (.492) and free throw shooting (.739) ... He ranked third on the team in assists and sixth in scoring ... Jones tied his career high with six steals against Boston on Dec. 26 and had three or more steals on 23 occasions ... He ranked third in the NBA with a steals-to-turnovers ratio of 1.30 to 1 ... He scored a season-high 27 points against Toronto on Dec. 8, one of 11 20+ scoring games ... He also had a career-high 11 assists in that game for his only double-double of the season ... He missed the first 11 games of the season after suffering a torn ligament in his left thumb on the fourth day of training camp ... He also missed one game in December due to a broken nose ... In the playoffs against Houston, Jones averaged playoff career highs of 17.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game and tied Anthony Peeler for the team lead with 2.00 steals per game. 1994-1995: Jones's stellar offensive and defensive play in the Los Angeles Lakers' backcourt helped spark a 15-game turnaround for the team in 1994-95 ... An NBA All-Rookie First Team choice, Jones ranked fifth among 1994 lottery picks in scoring and assists and first in steals and three-point field-goal percentage ... His average of 2.05 steals per game was tops among all rookies, ranked sixth in the NBA, and was the highest mark for a Los Angeles player since Magic Johnson had averaged 2.24 thefts in 1983-84 ... Jones closed out the season with at least 1 steal in each of the final 22 games, helping him to record the highest steals-to-turnovers ratio in the league at 1.75 to 1 ... Twice he recorded 6 steals in a game ... Among Jones's season highs were a 31-point, 4-block effort on November 9 against the Minnesota Timberwolves, 5 treys against the Phoenix Suns on February 1, and 10 rebounds against the Sacramento Kings on February 16 ... In the Kings game his 18 points gave Jones his sole double-double of the campaign ... He rocked and rolled in February, however, averaging 22.5 points during a five-game stretch ... In the middle of that span he captured Most Valuable Player honors at the Rookie Game at All-Star Weekend in Phoenix, throwing in a game-high 25 points to go with his 6 steals and 4 rebounds ... Jones was the Lakers' fourth-leading scorer (14.0 ppg), notching the club's highest rookie mark since Magic Johnson had averaged 18.0 points in 1979-80 ... Jones placed second on the team in three-pointers made (91) and attempted (246) ... He started 58 of 64 games, sitting out 18 contests late in the season with a sprained right shoulder. Los Angeles went just 10-8 in those games ... When Jones returned from the injury, he served primarily as a sixth man, yielding his starting spot to Anthony Peeler ... In 10 postseason appearances Jones averaged 8.7 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.0 assists ... He charted playoff highs of 20 points and 7 rebounds in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the San Antonio Spurs ... The Lakers lost that series in six games. COLLEGE: Jones played college ball at Temple, where he was the school's 13th-leading scorer despite sitting out his freshman campaign. As a junior in 1992-93 he helped the Owls reach the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament, and as a senior the 6-7 swingman was the Atlantic-10 Conference Player of the Year. An honorable mention All-American in his senior year, Jones led Temple in scoring (19.2 ppg), blocked shots (1.5 per game) and field goal percentage (.470) and ranked second in rebounding (6.8 rpg) and steals (2.3 spg). He left the school as its first player ever to compile more than 100 assists and 100 blocks.

Full name is Eddie Charles Jones • Nckname is “E.J.” • He and his wife, Trina, have two daughters, Alexis and Chelsie, and a son, Noah • Has two brothers, Cedric and Darick • Says his basketball hero is Temple coach John Chaney, who gave him the opportunity to be successful in life • Chaney and Francis Thigpen (his mother) are the people he admires the most • He co-authored a book with Aaron McKie and Donald Hunt on John Chaney in 2003 • Made numerous visits to Memphis Grizzlies House and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital during his first season in Memphis • Was a member of the Grizzlies Tickets for program last season • Along with Damon Stoudamire and Dahntay Jones, provided toys for victims of Hurricane Katrina during the holiday season at a reception at FedExForum • Attended the Staxtacular fundraiser organized by Brian Cardinal and former teammate Shane Battier, an event to benefit the Stax Music Academy • Active in several other community projects, including the Eddie Jones Foundation • Donated money to the American Red Cross in August of 2004 to help families who were affected by Hurricane Charley • Earned his degree in sports management at Temple and considers graduating from college his greatest personal achievement • Enjoys fishing, playing tennis and billiards • In the offseason enjoys travelling and spending time with his family • Lists the Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Dolphins as his favorite non-NBA sports teams • Rooted for the Philadelphia 76ers and Julius Erving as a child, which is the reason he wears number 6 • Considers Michael Jordan as his toughest opponent as a professional • Lists Muhammad Ali as the most famous person he has met • Lists “The Hurricane” as his favorite movie • Wears a size 13 shoe.

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