Drafted by the HEAT in the second round (37th overall) of the 2000 NBA Draft signed by the HEAT on Aug. 15, 2000 re-signed by the HEAT on Sept. 25, 2002 signed with the Los Angeles Clippers as a free agent on Aug. 13, 2003 traded to the Charlotte Bobcats along with Melvin Ely in exchange for second-round draft choices in 2005 and 2006 on July 14, 2004 was waived by Charlotte on Dec. 4, 2004 signed with the Milwaukee Bucks as a free agent on Dec. 18, 2004 was waived by Milwaukee on Jan. 5, 2005 was claimed off waivers by the Sacramento Kings on Jan. 7, 2005 signed with the Phoenix Suns as a free agent on Sept. 12, 2005 signed with the New Jersey Nets as a free agent on Aug. 17, 2006 signed with the Boston Celtics as a free agent on Aug. 1, 2007 traded to the New York Knicks along with J.R. Giddens and Bill Walker in exchange for Nate Robinson and Marcus Landry on Feb. 17, 2010 signed as a free agent by the HEAT on Aug. 3, 2010.
Has appeared in 661 regular season games and has made 30 starts in his 10 NBA seasons has missed 63 games due to injury, one game for personal reasons and has been a DNP-CD on 85 occasions has averaged 7.6 points, 1.7 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 17.3 minutes while shooting 41 percent from the floor, 39 percent from three-point range and 84.1 percent from the foul line has scored in double figures on 215 occasions, including 23 games of at least 20 points (20 off the bench) and one 30-point performance his longest streak of consecutive double-figure scoring games is six (Mar. 23-31, 2003) and his longest streak of consecutive 20-point games is three (Dec. 16-20, 2005) grabbed double-figure rebounds once and has posted one double-double has hit 100-or-more treys in a season three times...has hit multiple three-point field goals in a game 200 times his longest streak of consecutive games with a three-point field goal made is 24 (Feb. 22, 2009-Apr. 12, 2009) his longest streak of consecutive free throws made is 18 (Jan. 20, 2010-Mar. 5, 2010) has hit at least 85 percent of his free throw attempts in six of his 10 seasons, including at least 90 percent in three of the last four seasons his longest streak of consecutive games with at least one steal is 14 (Apr. 4, 2004-Nov. 26, 2004) his longest stretch of consecutive games played is 89 (Dec. 17, 2008-Jan. 2, 2010) enters the 2010-11 season one three-point field goal shy of 750 in his career and six points shy of 5,000 entering the 2010-11 season his last 189 appearances have all come off the bench since making his last start on Jan. 18, 2008 vs. Philadelphia has 92 multi-steal games and four multi-block games has appeared in 59 postseason games (no starts) and has averaged 4.3 points, 1.0 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 10.7 minutes while shooting 40.2 percent from the floor, 37.5 percent from three-point range and 86.7 percent from the foul line has scored in double figures six times in postseason play, including one 30-point performance.
Split the season between the Boston Celtics and New York Knicks came off the bench in each of the 68 games in which he appeared and averaged 7.0 points (.380 FG%, .923 FT%), 1.6 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 17.9 minutes missed five games due to injury/illness and was a DNP-CD on seven occasions (the final seven games of the season with NY) sat out Bostons Jan. 6 game in Miami due to flu-like symptoms and missed four games for the Knicks (Mar. 17-23) with a sore right Achilles recorded a career high in free throws made and free throw percentage missed just four free throws all year (48-52) scored in double figures on 22 occasions, including a pair of 20-point performances in 50 games with the Celtics he averaged 7.2 points (.401 FG%, .900 FT%), 1.4 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 16.9 minutes topped the Cs in points and steals twice each and in blocks four times in 18 games with the Knicks he averaged 6.4 points (.331 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 2.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 20.6 minutes led New York in assists twice Season Highs: 24 points (vs. Oklahoma City, Feb. 20), seven rebounds (at Washington, Feb. 26), five assists (at Boston, Feb. 23), three steals (vs. Milwaukee, Dec. 8), two blocks (at Chicago, Dec. 12) and 36:25 minutes (vs. Oklahoma City, Feb. 20).
Came off the bench in all 81 games in which he appeared for the Celtics and averaged 8.5 points (.445 FG%, .792 FT%), 1.9 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 18.3 minutes missed one game (Dec. 15 vs. Utah) due to personal reasons...ranked 7th in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage (.444) and broke the Celtics single-season mark previously held by Danny Ainge (.443 in 1986-87) set career highs in three-point field goals made and attempted, free throw attempts and matched his career best in games played ranked second on the team in both treys made and attempted hit multiple three-point field goals in a game a career-high 41 times topped the Cs in scoring twice, steals on 15 occasions, in blocks five times and in rebounds once scored in double figures 31 times, including four 20-point outings had a career-high 16 multi-steal games hit a career-high eight three-point field goals vs. Sacramento on Jan. 28 en route to a season-high 28-point effort scored 20 of his 25 points at Miami on Jan. 21 in the second quarter to tie the record for a HEAT opponent for points in a second quarter and his six treys that quarter set a record for a HEAT opponent in any quarter topped the 10,000 career minutes played mark against the L.A. Clippers on Mar. 23 Season Highs: 28 points (vs. Sacramento, Jan. 28), six rebounds (twice), four assists (vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 28), three steals (four times), one block (seven times) and 32:04 minutes (vs. Charlotte, Apr. 1).
Appeared in 78 games for the Celtics (two starts) and averaged 7.5 points (.409 FG%, .917 FT%), 2.1 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 19.0 minutes missed four games due to injury sat out the Nov. 14 game against New Jersey due to a sprained left ankle and missed three games (Apr. 11-14) with a strained right adductor recorded career highs in minutes played, defensive rebounds, total rebounds and assists ranked second on the team in three-point field goal percentage and third in three-point field goals made and attempted ranked 39th in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage led the Celtics in assists on three occasions scored in double figures on 22 occasions, including one 20-point performance had multiple treys in a game 31 times appeared in his 500th career game at Houston on Mar. 18 Season Highs: 20 points (at Miami, Jan. 29), seven assists (at Memphis, Mar. 8), six rebounds (three times), four steals (vs. New Jersey, Apr. 16), one block (10 times) and 34:12 minutes (vs. Philadelphia, Jan. 18).
Saw action in 56 games with the Nets (one start) and averaged 8.4 points (.428 FG%, .917 FT%), 1.6 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 16.9 minutes missed 26 games due to injury sat out the first 15 games of the season (Nov. 1-29) with a torn meniscus of his left knee and the final 11 games of the season (Mar. 30-Apr. 18) with a partial tear of his left hip muscle led the Nets and ranked 10th in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage topped the Nets in scoring once, in steals 10 times and in blocks twice scored in double figures 24 times, including a pair of 20-point efforts Season Highs: 22 points (at Milwaukee, Dec. 23), five rebounds (three times), five assists (twice), three steals (at Milwaukee, Dec. 23), one block (three times) and 31:37 minutes (vs. Phoenix, Dec. 7).
Came off the bench in all 81 games in which he appeared for the Phoenix Suns and averaged a career-high 9.8 points (.422 FG%, .805 FT%), 1.8 assists, 1.6 rebounds and 17.5 minutes missed one game (Dec. 6 vs. Portland) due to a strained right hamstring set career highs in games played, points scored, field goals made and attempted and blocked shots tied for the team high in games played and ranked third in three-point field goals made and attempted had the second highest scoring average for any NBA player with no starts, trailing only Denvers Earl Boykins (12.6) led the Suns in scoring four times and also topped Phoenix in steals eight times and in blocks on seven occasions scored in double figures a career-high 35 times, including a career-high five 20-point performances and his lone career 30-point effort scored at least 20 points in a career-high three consecutive games from Dec. 16-20 tallied career highs in points (31) and field goals made (11) vs. Utah on Nov. 18 his 16-point fourth quarter at New Orleans/Oklahoma City on Dec. 16 was the most points scored by a Suns player in any quarter in 2005-06 Season Highs: 31 points (vs. Utah, Nov. 18), seven rebounds (at Memphis, Dec. 17), five assists (twice), two steals (11 times), two blocks (vs. New Orleans/Oklahoma City, Dec. 12) and 37:46 minutes (at New York, Jan. 2).
Split the season between the Charlotte Bobcats, Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings appeared in 68 games (seven starts) and averaged 5.8 points (career-high .451 FG%, .852 FT%), 1.4 assists, 1.2 rebounds and 13.1 minutes did not miss any games due to injury, but was a DNP-CD on six occasions (one with Charlotte, two with Sacramento and three with Milwaukee) opened the season with the expansion Bobcats and averaged 11.1 points (.452 FG%, .769 FT%), 1.85 steals, 1.8 assists, 1.5 rebounds and 23.1 minutes in 13 games (five starts) led the Bobcats in scoring twice and in steals on four occasions scored a season-high 20 points in a career-high 45 minutes vs. Golden State on Nov. 13 saw action in five games (no starts) as a member of the Bucks and averaged 3.2 points (.353 FG%, .000 FT%), 1.0 assists, 0.6 rebounds and 8.2 minutes topped the Bucks in steals once started two of the 50 games in which he appeared for the Kings and averaged 4.7 points (.458 FG%, .929 FT%), 1.3 assists, 1.2 rebounds and 11.0 minutes led the Kings in scoring once Season Highs: 20 points (vs. Golden State, Nov. 13), seven assists (vs. Phoenix, Apr. 20), six rebounds (vs. Phoenix, Apr. 20), six steals (at Boston, Nov. 12), two blocks (at Boston, Nov. 12) and 45 minutes (vs. Golden State, Nov. 13).
Appeared in 60 games (10 starts) for the Los Angeles Clippers and averaged 6.8 points (.359 FG%, .800 FT%), 2.5 assists, 2.3 rebounds, career-high 1.08 steals and 19.8 minutes missed eight games due to injury (sore left foot from Dec. 3-17) and was a DNP-CD on 14 occasions recorded career highs in offensive rebounds and steals led the Clippers in three-point field goal percentage topped the Clippers in scoring once, in assists and steals 11 times each, in minutes twice and blocks once scored in double figures on 18 occasions, including a pair of 20-point performances grabbed double-figure rebounds once and recorded his only career double-double on Feb. 11 at Memphis with 19 points and a career-high 10 rebounds Season Highs: 22 points (at Seattle, Oct. 30), 10 rebounds (at Memphis, Feb. 11), seven assists (four times), six steals (vs. Golden State, Mar. 21), one block (four times) and 42 minutes (at Memphis, Feb. 11).
Started seven of the 55 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 7.5 points (.387 FG%, .861 FT%), 1.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 18.6 minutes missed a total of 12 games due to injury or illness and was a DNP-CD on 15 occasions missed 10 games (Dec. 13-Jan. 1) with a stress reaction of his right leg missed back-to-back games (Mar. 10-11) with a stomach virus in his seven starts he averaged 10.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.4 rebounds, 1.29 steals and 29.3 minutes led the HEAT in scoring three times, in steals 10 times and in assists on three occasions scored in double figures 19 times, including one game of at least 20 points scored in double figures a career-high six consecutive games (Mar. 23-31) his 15 double-figure scoring efforts off the bench ranked second on the team came off the bench vs. Milwaukee on Mar. 31 and scored a season-high 21 points, the highest scoring output by a HEAT non-starter in 2002-03 was Miamis top scorer off the bench 16 times and led the reserves in minutes on 14 occasions Season Highs: 21 points (vs. Milwaukee, Mar. 31), six rebounds (twice), six assists (at New Jersey, Feb. 18), four steals (at New Jersey, Feb. 18), one block (at Orlando, Mar. 19) and 36 minutes (at New Jersey, Feb. 18).
Appeared in 64 games (three starts) for Miami and averaged 8.0 points (.399 FG%, .857 FT%), 1.9 assists, 1.7 rebounds and 19.2 minutes missed a total of seven games due to injury or illness and was a DNP-CD on 11 occasions missed the Jan. 21 game at Cleveland with a deep left thigh contusion missed five games (Feb. 23-Mar. 2) with a right quad contusion sat out the Mar. 15 game at New Jersey due to a stomach virus ranked second on the team in both three-point field goals made and attempted scored in double figures 22 times, including four 20-point games led the team in scoring five times, in steals on nine occasions, in assists twice and blocks once was Miamis top scorer off the bench in 20 games and topped the reserves in assists a team-high 31 times his season-high 28-point effort vs. Orlando on Apr. 12 was one point shy of the franchise record for points in a game by a non-starter his 16-point fourth quarter vs. Orlando on Apr. 12 was a HEAT high for any quarter in 2001-02 made his first career start on Nov. 16 vs. Charlotte Season Highs: 28 points (vs. Orlando, Apr. 12), seven rebounds (twice), six assists (at Detroit, Dec. 30), five steals (at Indiana, Mar. 31), two blocks (vs. Washington, Nov. 30) and 44 minutes (at Cleveland, Nov. 24).
Appeared in 50 games (no starts) for the HEAT and averaged 5.0 points (.421 FG%, .686 FT%), 1.0 assists, 0.8 rebounds and 11.0 minutes did not miss any games due to injury, but was a DNP-CD 32 times ranked 16th among NBA rookies in assists per game and 19th in scoring average scored in double figures on 10 occasions topped the 20-point plateau once led the HEAT in assists once and in minutes once was Miamis top scorer off the bench 13 times scored a season-high 23 points vs. Portland on Nov. 18, which was tied for the HEATs best scoring output off the bench during the 2000-01 season had a career-high eight assists at Orlando on Apr. 18 made his NBA debut against Orlando on Nov. 1 Season Highs: 23 points (vs. Portland, Nov. 18), eight assists (at Orlando, Apr. 18), five rebounds (vs. Portland, Nov. 18), two steals (three times) and 35 minutes (vs. Orlando, Apr. 15).
2009: Appeared in all 14 postseason games for the Celtics and averaged 7.7 points (.519 FG%, .909 FT%), 1.4 rebounds, 0.9 assists, 0.79 steals and 16.6 minutes scored in double figures on three occasions in the seven-game Opening Round series against Chicago he averaged 5.7 points (.400 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 1.0 rebounds, 1.00 steals, 0.9 assists and 14.7 minutes scored 16 points on perfect 5-5 shooting from the floor (4-4 on treys) in the decisive Game 7 victory on May 2 and also totaled a postseason career-high three steals in the seven-game Eastern Conference Finals series against Orlando he averaged 9.7 points (.619 FG%, .875 FT%), 1.9 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 18.7 minutes recorded postseason career highs in points (31), field goals made (11), three-point field goals made (4), free throws made (5) and free throws attempted (6) in Game 2 against the Magic on May 6 2008: Was a member of the Celtics 2008 NBA championship team saw action in 21 postseason games and compiled averages of 2.5 points (.304 FG%, .875 FT%), 1.0 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 7.9 minutes was a DNP-CD on five occasions appeared in all seven games in Bostons Opening Round series against Atlanta and averaged 0.4 points (.143 FG%, .000 FT%), 0.6 rebounds, 0.6 assists and 4.4 minutes saw action in five of the seven games in Bostons Eastern Conference Semifinal series against Cleveland and averaged 2.4 points (.267 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 1.4 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 8.8 minutes appeared in five of the six games in Bostons Eastern Conference Finals series against Detroit and averaged 1.0 points (.333 FG%, .000 FT%), 0.2 rebounds, 0.0 assists and 3.4 minutes appeared in four games in the NBA Finals against the Lakers and averaged 8.0 points (.357 FG%, .833 FT%), 2.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 18.8 minutes recorded a postseason career-high five assists in the decisive Game 6 win on June 17 2007: Appeared in four games for the Nets and averaged 1.3 points (.250 FG%, .000 FT%), 0.5 rebounds, 0.3 assists and 4.3 minutes did not see action in New Jerseys Opening Round series against Toronto appeared in the final four games of New Jerseys six-game Eastern Conference Semifinals series against Cleveland 2006: Appeared in 14 postseason contests for the Suns and averaged 3.1 points (.365 FG%, .750 FT%), 0.6 rebounds, 0.4 assists and 9.3 minutes saw action in all seven games of the Opening Round series against the Lakers and averaged 3.0 points (.391 FG%, .500 FT%), 0.6 rebounds, 0.1 assists and 8.7 minutes appeared twice in the Western Conference Semifinal series vs. the Clippers and was scoreless in 13 minutes of action saw action in five games in the Western Conference Finals series vs. Dallas and averaged 4.6 points (.417 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 1.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 11.2 minutes 2005: Saw action in three of Sacramentos five Opening Round games vs. Seattle and averaged 3.0 points (.375 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 1.3 assists, 0.7 rebounds and 7.7 minutes 2001: Appeared in all three of Miamis playoff games against Charlotte and averaged 12.7 points (.400 FG%, .800 FT%), 1.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.00 steals and 21.3 minutes ranked second on the team in points and in field goals made and attempted his 12.7 ppg postseason scoring average was the second highest ever by a HEAT rookie, topped only by Steve Smith in 1992 (16.0 ppg) scored in double figures twice, including a team-high 16-point performance in his NBA Playoff debut in Game 1 vs. Charlotte on Apr. 21 his 14-point fourth quarter in Game 1 was the most by a HEAT player in any quarter in the 2001 postseason matched the HEATs 2001 postseason high for consecutive points by an individual with 11 straight in the fourth quarter of Game 1.
Averaged 16.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.3 assists during his four-year career at Arizona State (1996-00) finished his career as Arizona States all-time leader in points and steals joined Gary Payton as the only players in Pac-10 history to notch 2,000 points and 250 steals during their collegiate careers was named the Pac-10 Player of the Year and Honorable Mention All-America by the Associated Press as a senior when he averaged 23.0 points (fourth in the nation) and 5.5 rebounds scored 61 points tying Lew Alcindor for the most in a game in Pac-10 history at California on Jan. 8, 2000 in a double-overtime win in 30 games as a junior, he averaged 18.9 points (2nd in the Pac-10), 4.9 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.03 steals (4th in the Pac-10) was named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Dec. 21, 1998 averaged 11.3 points and 2.0 steals as a sophomore and finished fifth in the Pac-10 in steals per game as a freshman, he averaged 12.6 points, 3.6 assists and 2.8 rebounds and became the first Arizona State player to record 100 assists and 50 steals in a season was named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team.
Full name is Edward L. House II nicknamed E-House by teammates and family is the son of Edward and Debbie House has two brothers, Diallo and Mychal married his wife, Charlsie, during the 2000-01 season the couple has three sons, Jaelen, and twins Kaden and Kalek was featured with his son, Jaelen, on Cartoon Networks My Dads A Pro show during the 2009-10 season his brother-in-law is Atlanta Hawks guard Mike Bibby and his father-in-law is current Memphis Grizzlies assistant coach Henry Bibby was inducted into the Arizona State University Hall of Fame in 2010 was named to the Pac-10 Mens Basketball Hall of Honor on Mar. 10, 2007 likes reading books by author David Goines likes watching movies and has an extensive collection of DVDs favorite sport other than basketball is football, and his favorite team is the Oakland Raiders wears size 13 sneakers.
|REGULAR SEASON CAREER HIGHS:|
|MINS:||45, vs. Golden State (11-13-04)|
|FGM:||11, vs. Utah (11-18-05)|
|FGA:||20, at Memphis (12-17-05)|
|3-PT FGM:||8, vs. Sacramento (1-28-09)|
|3-PT FGA:||11, three times (last: vs. Dallas, 1-25-09)|
|FTM:||6, vs. Orlando (4-12-02)|
|FTA:||6, vs. Orlando (4-12-02)|
|OR:||3, four times (last: at Orlando, 3-23-07)|
|DR:||8, at Memphis (2-11-04)|
|TOT:||10, at Memphis (2-11-04)|
|AST:||8, at Orlando (4-18-01)|
|STL:||6, two times (last: at Boston, 11-12-04)|
|TO:||4, nine times (last: at Boston, 2-23-10)|
|BLK:||2, four times (last: at Chicago, 12-12-09)|
|PTS:||31, vs. Utah (11-18-05)|
POSTSEASON CAREER HIGHS:
|MINS:||31, at Charlotte Hornets (4-27-01)|
|FGM:||11, vs. Orlando (5-6-09)|
|FGA:||18, at Charlotte (4-27-01)|
|3-PT FGM:||4, two times (last: vs. Orlando, 5-6-09)|
|3-PT FGA:||5, three times (last: at Chicago, 4-23-09)|
|FTM:||5, vs. Orlando (5-6-09)|
|FTA:||6, vs. Orlando (5-6-09)|
|OR:||2, vs. Chicago (4-20-09)|
|DR:||4, two times (last: vs. Orlando, 5-6-09)|
|TOT:||4, two times (last: vs. Orlando, 5-6-09)|
|AST:||5, vs. L.A. Lakers (6-17-08)|
|STL:||3, vs. Chicago (5-2-09)|
|TO:||3, vs. Charlotte Hornets (4-21-01)|
|BLK:||1, four times (last: vs. Cleveland, 5-18-08)|
|PTS:||31, vs. Orlando (5-6-09)|