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Kyle Hill


Full Name:
Kyle Eric Hill
Position:
Guard
College:
Eastern Illinois
Height:
6-2
Weight:
185
High School:
Argo HS, Summit, Ill.
Birthdate:
April 7, 1979
Birthplace:
Chicago

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2001
Selected in second round (44th pick overall) by the Dallas Mavericks. Rights traded to Houston on Aug. 10.


HIGHLIGHTS
  Named First Team All-Ohio Valley Conference as a junior and senior and Honorable Mention All-OVC as a sophomore.
  As a junior, selected to NABC All-District 11 Second Team.
  Is school's second all-time leading scorer, behind former NBA player Jay Taylor's 1,926 points.


AT EASTERN ILLINOIS
  Ranked second in the nation in scoring as a senior with 23.8 ppg, trailing only Ronnie McCollum of Centenary (29.1 ppg).
  Point total led the OVC and set a school single-season record.
  Combined with sophomore Henry Domercant (22.8 ppg, 5th in nation) to form nation's highest-scoring duo.
  Topped team in scoring, minutes (33.6 mpg), three-pointers made (86) and free-throw percentage (83.9%) and was second in assists, blocks (23) and steals (46).
  Posted at least 20 points in 28 of 31 games.
  Ranked in OVC top 10 in five different categories.
  Dropped in 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds vs. Miami (Fla).
  Scored 27 points vs. South Florida and 30 vs. Southeast Missouri.
  In OVC Tournament, totaled 99 points (career-high 40 vs. Morehead St., 28 vs. Murray St., 31 vs. Austin Peay) and was named Dickie V. ESPN.com National Player of the Week.
  Scored 32 points vs. Arizona in first round of NCAA Tournament.
  Named Team MVP.

  As a junior, was picked as Team MVP and Outstanding Defensive Player.
  Also selected to OVC All-Tournament Team.
  Led team and was third in OVC in scoring (19.1 ppg, 39th in nation).
  Was one of only seven Division-I players to record 50 offensive rebounds, 50 three-pointers, 50 assists and 50 steals.
  Scored 35 points and hauled in 12 rebounds vs. Nebraska.
  Had 20 points, a school-record-tying seven steals, six assists and six rebounds vs. Tennessee State.
  Recorded 29 points, eight assists and eight rebounds vs. Austin Peay.

  As a sophomore, ranked sixth in the conference in scoring (16.6 ppg).
  Named to University of Hawaii All-Tournament Team.
  Scored in double figures 24 times and reached 20 or more points on 10 occasions.
  Scored 31 points and pulled down six rebounds vs. Northern Arizona.
  Finished season by scoring 28, 25 and 20 points in last three games.

  Played in nine games as a freshman.
  After not playing in 10 straight contests, closed season by scoring 20 points in only 20 minutes vs. Tennessee-Martin, posting 10 points and six rebounds vs. Southeast Missouri and registering seven points vs. Tennessee State.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 9 18 43 .419 10 12 .833 19 3 49 5.4
1998-99 29 175 393 .445 67 94 .713 124 78 480 16.6
1999-00 29 209 444 .471 76 113 .673 128 104 553 19.1
2000-01 31 250 529 .473 151 180 .839 151 125 737 23.8
TOTALS 98 652 1409 .463 304 399 .762 422 310 1819 18.6
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 3-for-15 (.200); 1998-99, 63-for-169 (.373); 1999-00, 59-for-157 (.376); 2000-01, 86-for-199 (.432). Totals: 211-for-540 (.391).


 
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