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Lue, Tyronn
Background

HOW TYRONN BECAME A HAWK: Re-signed with the Hawks on August 23, 2005 • Acquired by Atlanta on 12/23/04 from Houston in exchange for Jon Barry • Traded by the Magic to the Rockets along with Tracy McGrady, Juwan Howard and Reece Gaines in exchange for Steve Francis, Cuttino Mobley and Kelvin Cato on 6/29/04 • Signed as a free agent by Orlando on 7/23/03 • Signed as a free agent by the Washington Wizards on 7/18/01 • Draft rights traded by Denver with Tony Battie to L.A. Lakers in exchange for Nick Van Exel on 6/24/98 • Selected by the Denver Nuggets in the first round (23rd overall) of the 1998 NBA Draft. LAST SEASON (2006-07): Had the best scoring season of his nine-year career, as he averaged 11.4 ppg, along with 3.6 apg, 1.9 rpg and 0.4 spg in 26.6 mpg (.416 FG%, .348 3FG%, .883 FT%) • Played in 56 games (17 starts/Hawks were 9-8 in those games) • Over his final seven contests, put up 18.3 ppg and 7.7 apg, hitting .469 FG% • Finished t7th in the NBA in FT% • Second on the club in FT% and 3FG%, 4th in apg and 6th in ppg • Averaged 12.4 ppg, 4.7 apg and 1.9 rpg (.446 FG%, .352 3FG%, .913 FT%) in his 17 starts • Had three double-doubles • Made a career-best 13-14 FTs v/Ind (4/17) • Scored in double-figures 35 times • Went over 10,000 career minutes played v/Milw (11/14) • Made his 1500th career field goal v/NJ (2/7) • Scored his 4000th career point and dished out his 1500th career assist @Mia (3/5) • Had 24 pts, 9 assts, and career-high tying 8 rebs in career-long 47 mins @Phil (4/8) • Missed 16 contests with a strained groin (Dec. 16-Jan. 6, Jan. 10-23), and 10 due to sore left hamstring (Feb. 9-28) • Spent 24 games on the inactive list • SEASON HIGHS: 29 pts v/Milw (11/14/06), 8 rebs @Phil (4/8/07), 11 assts @Clev (11/7/06), 2 stls (4x), 47 mins @Phil (4/8/07), 10 FGM (3x), 3 3FGM (5x), 13 FTM v/Ind (4/17/07). PROFESSIONAL CAREER: Entering his 10th NBA season, Lue has appeared in 460 career regular season contests (170 starting assignments), averaging 9.2 ppg, 3.5 apg and 1.8 rpg in 24.6 mpg (.436 FG%, .384 3FG%, .834 FT%) • He has missed 227 games due to illness or injury • CAREER HIGHS: 32 pts (2x), 8 rebs (2x), 14 assts v/Char (4/11/05), 5 stls @NY (1/14/04), 1 blk (9x), 47 mins @Phil (4/8/07), 13 FGM v/Ind (3/26/04), 5 3FGM (2x), 13 FTM v/Ind (4/17/07) • 2005-06: Saw action in 51 games (10 starting assignments), averaging 11.0 points, 3.1 assists and 1.6 rebounds in 24.2 minutes (.459 FG%, .457 3FG%, .855 FT%) • Set career-highs in FG% and 3FG% • Missed 27 games due to injury, including 21 with a sprained right MCL • Among league leaders, he ranked 2nd in the NBA in 3FG%, and would have placed 14th in FT% but did not have enough attempts to qualify • Finished 2nd on the Hawks in assists (tied), FG% and FT%, and 5th in scoring • His five three-pointers v/Den (12/18) tied a career-best • Tallied 16 points and season-best eight assists @Den (12/6) • Scored in double-figures 29 times, including a season-high 21 points on two occasions • Had his best stretch of the year in final nine games, putting in 14.0 points and 3.8 assists, while making all 21 of his free throws • 2004-05 (with Houston and Atlanta): Acquired from Houston on 12/23/04 in exchange for Jon Barry, Lue saw action in 49 contests (46 starts) with Atlanta and 70 games (49 starts) overall • He averaged 13.5 points, 5.4 assists and 2.2 rebounds in 31.2 minutes (.464 FG%, .364 3FG%, .871 FT%) as a member of the Hawks • Combined for 11.2 points, 4.6 assists and 2.1 rebounds in 28.7 minutes (.451 FG%, .355 3FG%, .861 FT%) between the two clubs, setting a career-high in assists • He ranked 19th in the NBA free throw shooting and 30th in assists • His 3.1 overall A/TO ratio was tied for 16th in the league • The Hawks' leader in assists, free throw shooting and 3-point percentage, Lue finished 2nd on the club in scoring and field goal percentage • Scored 20 or more points on eight occasions, including a career-high-tying 32 @NY (4/17/05) • He also dished out a career-best 14 assists on 4/11/05 v/Cha • Notched four point/assist double-doubles • Missed a total of seven games due to injury • 2003-04 (with Orlando): Put in 10.5 ppg, 4.2 apg, a career-best 2.5 rpg and 0.8 spg in 76 games, starting a career-high 69 contests • Ranked 3rd on the team in steals, minutes and games played • Led the team in three-point percentage • 2002-03 (with Washington): Averaged 8.6 ppg, 3.5 apg and 2.0 rpg in 75 games • Started 24 times, averaging 11.6 ppg and 5.0 apg in those contests • Ranked 5th in the NBA with a 3.42 assist-to-turnover ratio • Hit .875 from the foul line, while shooting .433 from the field • 2001-02: Tallied 7.8 ppg, 3.5 apg and 1.7 rpg in 71 contests • Was 7th in the league, hitting .447 of his three-point attempts • 2000-01 (with LA Lakers): Put up 3.4 ppg and 1.2 apg in his final season with the Lakers, appearing in 38 games (one start) • 1999-2000: Limited to eight games played due to torn cartilage in his right knee, and averaged 6.0 ppg, 2.1 apg and 1.5 rpg • 1998-99: In 15 games as a rookie, totaled 5.0 ppg and 1.7 apg, as a back injury limited his playing time. PLAYOFF HISTORY: Helped the Lakers win an NBA championship in 2000 and 2001, coming up big on the defensive end, especially in the Finals • Has participated in the playoffs twice (18 games), and has averaged 2.4 ppg and 0.9 apg • Recorded 5 steals vs. Philadelphia on June 6, 2001 in a Finals contest • In 1999, posted 4.7 ppg and 2.0 apg in three contests • Lue has recorded 2.4 points, 0.7 rebounds and 0.9 assists in two playoff runs (.370 FG%, .800 FT%) • PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS (all with Lakers): 12 pts v/SA (5/23/99), 3 rebs (2x), 6 assts v/SA (5/23/99), 5 stls v/Phila (6/06/01), 1 blk v/Phila (6/06/01), 29 mins v/SA (5/23/99), 6 FGM v/SA (5/23/99), 2 3FGM @Phila (6/13/01), 3 FTM v/SA (5/27/01). COLLEGIATE CAREER: Averaged 15.9 ppg and 4.4 apg in 99 games in an outstanding three-year career at Nebraska • Left the school ranked 3rd on the Cornhuskers' all-time list with 432 assists, 4th with 145 three-pointers, 5th with 154 steals and 7th with 1,577 points • Led the club in assists in each of his three seasons • Earned First Team All-Big 12 honors and Big 12 All-Tournament Team recognition after tallying 21.2 ppg and 4.8 apg as a junior • Was Second Team All-Big 12 as a sophomore.  


Personal
Tyronn (pronounced Tir-ron) Jamar Lue was born May 3, 1977 in Mexico, Missouri Was the recipient of the team’s inaugural Earthlink Fan Favorite award last season Names his mother, Kim Miller, as the person he most admires Has four siblings Enjoys bowling Likes to watch football, and his favorite non-NBA sports team is the Detroit Lions Favorite movie is “Coming to America,” while his top actor/actress are Chris Tucker, Eddie Murphy and Halle Berry Listens to Lil Wayne and Jay-Z Says his toughest opponent is Allen Iverson Pasta is his favorite dish Studied sociology at Nebraska One of the team's popular players (nicknamed “The Show”), Lue keeps his teammates loose with his quick wit and engaging personality Co-hosted a podcast last season on hawks.com He wears a size 12 basketball shoe.  

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