Selected in the first round (fourth overall pick) of the 1998 NBA Draft by the Toronto Raptors, then traded by Toronto to Golden State for draft rights to Vince Carter and cash on June 24, 1998.
Acquired in a trade from the Washington Wizards on February 17, 2010 along with Sebastian Telfair from the Los Angeles Clippers. In exchange, the Cavaliers sent Zydrunas Ilgauskas, their first round pick in the 2010 NBA Draft and Emir Preldzic, the 57th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, to the Wizards. In addition, the Clippers acquired forward/center Drew Gooden from Washington and Washington acquired forward Al Thornton.
Appeared in 65 games (all starts), averaging 17.2 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 2.0 assists in 33.1 minutes ... Recorded the 300th double-double of his career with 32 points (11-22 FG) and 10 rebounds 2/21 vs. Detroit ... Set a new season-high in points for the third consecutive game, finishing with 34 points on (14-21 FG) 2/10 vs. Milwaukee ... Totaled 33 points and nine reobunds 3/7 at Denver ... Totaled 13 points and a season-high 13 rebounds 3/19 at New Jersey ... Scored a season-high tying 34 points (12-19 FG) 4/8 at New Jersey ... Tallied 21 points, five rebounds and a season-high tying six assists 4/15 vs. Orlando ... Scored 20+ points 27 times including four 30+ point games ... Recorded 10+ rebounds eight times while posting seven double-doubles ... Missed one game 4/14 at Washington (rest).
Played in 56 games (38 starts)…averaged 18.0 points marking the 11th season (out of 13) that he has averaged at least 18.0 points and 6.7 rebounds in 32.9 minutes per game…with 20 points and 11 rebounds against New Orleans on Nov. 19, he joined Scottie Pippen and Dirk Nowitzki as the only players in NBA history with at least 17,000 points, 900 three-pointers made and 7,000 rebounds...scored a season-high 35 points twice (Jan. 2 versus Dallas and Feb. 11 versus the L.A. Clippers)…on Jan. 2 versus Dallas, scored 35 points on 14-22 (.636) shooting, including 3-6 (.500) from behind the arc and grabbed 10 rebounds…on Feb. 11 versus the L.A. Clippers, scored 35 points on 11-20 (.550) shooting and added nine rebounds, four assists and two steals, while shooting 4-6 (.667) from three-point range and 9-13 (.692) from the charity stripe…grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds versus New York on Feb. 25…from Jan. 1 – Feb. 27 averaged 21.6 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 36.8 minutes per game…in his last 14 home games of the season (Jan. 2 – Feb. 27), averaged 24.1 points, including shooting 31-72 (.431) from long range and 7.1 rebounds in 38.0 minutes per game..led or tied the team lead in points 25 times out of his 56 games played, the most of any Cavalier… led or tied the team lead in rebounds 10 times, assists once, 14 times in steals and 17 times in blocks…scored 30 or more points four times…20 or more points 22 times and 10 or more points 22 times…recorded 10 double-doubles…missed three games due to left knee soreness from Nov. 2 – Nov. 6…on Feb. 27 suffered a season ending injury, left little finger fracture…placed on the Inactive List 26 times.
Played in 66 games (64 starts) for Cleveland and Washington…averaged 18.7 points on .461 shooting, 8.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.1 steals in 36.5 minutes per game…in 41 games (all starts) with Washington, averaged 20.5 points on .450 shooting, 8.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.0 steal in 39.0 minutes per game…in 25 games (23 starts) with Cleveland, averaged 15.8 points on .485 shooting, 7.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.1 steals in 32.4 minutes per game…tied for 27th in the NBA in double-doubles (25), ranked 28th in minutes per game (36.5) and 38th in total rebounds (555)…put up 21 points and grabbed a career-high 23 rebounds versus New York on Jan. 30…scored a season-high 34 points and grabbed 18 rebounds at Chicago on Jan. 15 following a game in which he totaled 25 points and 19 rebounds at Atlanta on Jan. 13…with those games, he became one of two players in the NBA last season (Zach Randolph) to record back-to-back games with 25 or more points and 18 or better rebounds per game…tallied 30 points (his most as a Cavalier), 11 rebounds and five steals at Milwaukee on March 6 and became only the 2nd player in franchise history (LeBron James) to tally at least 30 points, 10 rebounds and five steals in a game…became the 12th active player in NBA to reach 17,000 career points, while scoring 26 points and adding nine rebounds on March 28 versus Sacramento…with 1,235 points during the 2009-10 season, has now scored at least 1,200 points in each of his last 10 seasons, becoming 29th player all-time to accomplish this feat and 5th active player (R. Allen – Boston, Bryant – L.A. Lakers, Duncan – San Antonio and Nowitzki – Dallas)…scored 20 or more points on 29 occasions and grabbed at least 10 rebounds in 25 games…led or tied for the team lead with the Cavs in points three times, rebounds 11 times, steals seven times and five times in blocks…placed on the Inactive List and missed the first nine games of the season (Oct. 27 – Nov. 14) due to a right shoulder subluxation, which occurred in preseason at Cleveland on Oct. 14th…also placed on Inactive List on March 12 due to left knee stiffness and April 9 due to a right foot contusion…was on Inactive List on 10 times and a DNP-CD for three games....Played in 81 games (all starts) during the 2008-09 season…led Washington in scoring with 22.2 points per game, his highest scoring average since 2002-03…shot .468 from the field, his highest field goal percentage since his Sixth Man of the Year campaign in Dallas in 2003-04…ranked 11th in the NBA in scoring, and 10th in the league in rebounds per game (8.9)…scored in double figures in 79 games, including 73 straight from Nov. 12 – Apr. 4…also ranked ninth in double-doubles (38) and minutes per game (38.2)…scored a season-high 36 points versus Orlando on Mar. 13…scored 30+ points seven times…grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds twice…equaled his career-high with seven assists at the L.A. Clippers on Mar. 18…surpassed the 15,000 career points mark versus Phoenix on Jan. 26…missed the final game of the regular season (4/15) with a sore right ankle…played in 79 games (79 starts) for the Washington Wizards in 2007-08…made second career All-Star appearance…averaged 21.4 points and a career-high 10.2 rebounds per game for first career 20-and-10 season…recorded a career-high 44 double-doubles…was one of five players in the NBA (D. Howard, Y. Ming, A. Jefferson, C. Boozer) to average 20+ points and 10+ rebounds per game...was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week of Mar. 10-16, 2008…scored 30+ points in nine games, including a season-high 41 points at Memphis on Nov. 24...tallied 24 points and a season-high 20 rebounds in an overtime win versus Toronto on Jan. 29; his first 20-20 game since Nov. 25, 2005...had a season-high nine offensive rebounds versus Boston on Jan. 12…had eight straight double-doubles from Nov. 28 – Dec. 13...missed two games due to illness/injury; right shoulder sprain (Apr. 4-5), and sat out the final game of the regular season…played in 70 games (70 starts) in 2006-07…averaged 19.8 points and 8.0 rebounds…led or tied for the team lead in scoring 15 times, rebounding 31 times and assists in three games…scored a season-high 48 points versus Orlando on Apr. 17, which was his highest scoring game for Washington and the third-highest-scoring game of his career...also set new career-high with 15 free throws and 24 free throw attempts versus Orlando on Apr. 17...scored 20+ points and grabbed 10+ rebounds in 15 games…had a team-high 21 double-doubles…scored a then season-high 37 points at New Jersey on Apr. 7...scored his 12,000th career point at Indiana on Mar. 14…had a season-high seven assists at Boston on Jan. 28...had a season-high 16 rebounds at Orlando on Jan. 19...recorded a career-high five blocked shots versus Miami on Dec. 15...missed 12 games due to injury/illness (left knee sprain, Jan. 31 – Feb. 28)…played in 82 games (80 starts) in 2005-06…established a then career-high with 9.3 rebounds per game…led all Eastern Conference players with 28 games of at least 20 points and 10 rebounds…recorded 35 double-doubles and finished tied for eighth in the NBA in that category…was one of just seven players in the NBA to average at least 20 points and nine rebounds per game…scored 30+ points eight times…made a career-high seven three-point field goals at Utah on Mar. 23...scored a season-high 37 points at Philadelphia on Apr. 10…led or tied for team lead in points 16 times, rebounds 48 times and assists six times…played in 68 games (68 starts) in 2004-05…averaged 19.6 points, 7.6 rebounds and a career-high 2.3 assists per game…led the team in rebounds (7.6) and finished third in scoring (19.6)…also connected on a then career-high 71 three-point field goals…led the Wizards in scoring 18 times and in rebounding in 31 games…had a season-high 35 points versus San Antonio on Feb. 9…grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds at Philadelphia on Nov. 26...in his first game as a Wizard, posted 34 points and eight rebounds…had the game-winning basket with just seconds remaining in Wizards’ wins at Indiana on Jan. 22 and in the regular season home finale versus Charlotte on Apr. 17…played in 82 games in 2003-04 for the Dallas Mavericks…averaged 14.8 points and 6.3 rebounds in 29.0 minutes per games…extended his then-league-long consecutive games played streak to 328...finished a four-year stretch in which he totaled 6,697 points, the 10th highest total among all NBA players in that time span…after starting every game for Golden State the past three seasons, came off the bench in all but two games for Dallas…was named NBA Sixth Man of the Year in his first season as a reserve…shot a career-high .535 (488-913) from the field and .748 (220-294) from the line…one of two Mavericks to appear in all 82 games…scored in double figures 65 times and 20 or more points 24 times…led the team in scoring seven times…recorded nine double-doubles…led the Mavericks reserves in scoring 64 times and single handedly equaled or outscored the opponent’s entire bench 17 times…played in 82 games (all starts) in 2002-03 for the Golden State Warriors…appeared in 82 games (all starts) and averaged 22.2 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 39.3 minutes…started all 82 games for the third consecutive season and only the third Golden State player to do so…recorded a season-high 41 points and a season-high tying 14 rebounds versus Denver Apr. 16…scored 20 or more points 53 times, 30 or more points 17 times and recorded two 40-point efforts…played in all 82 games (82 starts) in 2001-02…led the team in points (1,619), minutes (3,033), field goals made (614), field goal percentage (.447) and free throws made (323)…tied or led team in scoring 45 times, rebounds 13 times and minutes 51 times…played in 82 games (82 starts) in 2000-01…averaged a then career-high in points (24.9), rebounds (8.7), steals (1.4), minutes (41.4) and free throws made (382)…scored a career-high 51 points at Seattle on Dec. 3 on 23-36 field goal shooting, then matched that effort in the following contest with 51 points versus the L.A. Lakers on Dec. 6 on 21-29 field goal shooting…became the first player to reach 50-plus points in back-to-back games since Michael Jordan in 1986-87 and the first player to record 51-plus points in two consecutive games since Wilt Chamberlain in 1963-64…posted just the fifth back-to-back 50-point efforts by an NBA player in 37 years…appeared in 43 games (41 starts) in 1999-2000…averaged 19.6 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 36.2 minutes…increased his scoring average from previous season by 10.0 points, the largest season to season increase in the NBA in four years at that time… played in 47 games (23 starts) in 1998-99…earned NBA All-Rookie Second Team honors…averaged 20.0 points and 7.4 rebounds in the final five games of season…scored a season-high 24 points at Dallas on May 1…grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds twice.
Has averaged 18.1 points and 7.7 rebounds in 36.3 minutes per game in 42 career playoff games…averaged 15.3 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 34.0 minutes in 11 games during the 2010 Playoffs…scored at least 14 points in eight of 11 contests and had three double-doubles…tallied 24 points and 25 points in Games 4 and 5 in the first round series versus Chicago…had 15 points and 10 rebounds in Game 1 versus Chicago and 19 points and 11 rebounds in Game 3 at the Bulls…totaled 20 points and 12 rebounds in Game 3 at Boston…averaged 16.8 points and a career postseason-high 12.0 rebounds in six games during the 2008 Playoffs…grabbed a career playoff-high 19 rebounds in Game One at Cleveland on Apr. 19, 2008…averaged a series-high 32.0 points, along with 9.8 rebounds, in four playoff games versus Cleveland in the 2007 Playoffs…averaged 19.2 points and 7.2 rebounds per game in six playoff games in 2006 Playoffs…averaged 18.5 points and 6.3 rebounds per game in 10 games with Washington during the 2005 Playoffs…in his first career playoff series, averaged 13.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in 21.8 minutes per game in five games with Dallas in 2004 Playoffs.
Two-time NBA All-Star (2005, 2008)…is one of just five active players with over 16,000 points and 6,000 rebounds…currently has 279 career double-doubles…served as a team captain in all five seasons in Washington…was one of only five players in the NBA to average at least 20 points and 10 rebounds per game in 2007-08 (first career 20-point, 10-rebound season)… was named as the Southeast Division’s winner of the 2007-08 and 2008-09 NBA Sportsmanship Award…was a member of the 12-man team that represented the United States at the 2006 FIBA World Championships in Japan… played in 386 consecutive games until he missed a game on Mar. 8, 2005 in New York… was awarded the 2005 Magic Johnson Award, presented annually by the Professional Basketball Writers Association to an NBA player who combines excellence on the court with outstanding cooperation with the media…was named the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2003-04 as a member of the Dallas Mavericks…scored a career-high 51 points at Seattle on Mar. 3, 2000 and matched that effort in the following contest with 51 points versus the L.A. Lakers on Dec. 6, 2000 to become the first player to reach 50+ points in back-to-back games since Michael Jordan in 1986-87…was named to NBA All-Rookie Second Team following 1998-99 season.