Has appeared in 1,267 regular season games (1,205 starts) during his 16-year NBA career and has averaged 16.9 points, 6.9 assists, 4.1 rebounds, 1.90 steals and 36.0 minutes while shooting 46.7 percent from the floor, 31.9 percent from the three-point range and 73.0 percent from the foul line…named to the All-NBA First Team in 1998 and 2000…named to the All-NBA Second Team in 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1999…named to the All-NBA Third Team in 2001…selected to the NBA All-Defensive First Team eight consecutive seasons (1994-2001)…named Defensive Player of the Year in 1996…selected to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team in 1991…is a three-time NBA Player of the Week…has scored in double figures in 1,023 regular season contests, including 515 games with at least 20 points, 76 games with at least 30 points and six 40-point performances…his longest streak of consecutive games scoring in double figures is 176 and occurred from Feb. 7, 2001-Mar. 12, 2003…has averaged double figures in points in 13 of the last 14 seasons...averaged double figures in points in 13-straight seasons from 1992-2005…has handed out double-figure assists on 261 occasions and grabbed double-figure rebounds 33 times…his longest streak of consecutive games with double-figure assists is six and occurred from Mar. 10-21, 2000…has recorded 259 double-doubles and 15 triple-doubles…his career high for most consecutive games played is 356 and occurred from Mar. 18, 1996-Jan. 17, 2001…prior to that streak he had played in 354 consecutive games from Jan. 16, 1992-Mar. 13, 1996…has never missed more than five games in any of his 16 NBA seasons…became just the eighth player in league history to compile 15,000 points, 6,000 assists and 1,000 steals…enters the 2006-07 season ranked 23rd on the NBA’s all-time scoring list (21,455), third all-time in steals (2,402), sixth all-time in assists (8,765) and ninth all-time in minutes played (45,614)…among active players he begins the 2006-07 season first in assists, steals, minutes and field goal attempts (18,332); second in scoring, field goals made (8,564) and games played (1,267) and six in three-point field goal attempts (3,447)…began the 2005-06 campaign having started each of the last 967 games in which he appeared before coming off the bench in the opener at Memphis on Nov. 2…prior to the 2005-06 season the last time he did not start a game in which he appeared was against Charlotte on Mar. 4, 1993…enters the 2006-07 season with a streak of 707 consecutive games without fouling out, the last time he fouled out of a game was Mar. 26, 1997 against Phoenix…remains first on Seattle’s all-time list for points (18,207), steals (2,107), games played (999), assists (7,384), minutes played (36,858), field goals made (7,292), three-point field goals made (917), field goals attempted (15,562) and three-point field goals attempted (2,855)...has appeared in 152 NBA postseason games (129 starts) and has averaged 14.2 points, 5.3 assists, 3.8 rebounds, 1.42 steals and 35.8 minutes while shooting 44.2 percent from the floor, 31.6 percent from three-point range and 70.6 percent from the foul line…started each of his first 129 postseason appearances…has scored in double figures 92 times in postseason play, including 47 games with at least 20 points and five 30-point efforts…his longest streak of consecutive postseason games scoring in double figures is 56 and occurred from Apr. 29, 1995-May 3, 2002…has grabbed double-figure rebounds five times in postseason play and has registered double-figure assists on 15 occasions…has recorded 17 postseason double-doubles and two triple-doubles…ranks 8th on the NBA’s all-time postseason list in three-point field goals attempted (434) and 32nd in points scored (2,155)…among active postseason leaders he ranks first in assists (808), second in steals (216) and three-point field goals attempted, third in games played and minutes played (5,449) and fourth in points scored, field goals made (855), field goals attempted (1,935) and three-point field goals made (137)…ranks tied for ninth in steals (23) on Miami’s all-time postseason list and 10th in three-point field goals attempted (58)…has appeared in nine NBA All-Star Games (two starts) in which he has averaged 9.4 points, 8.1 assists, 3.3 rebounds, 2.11 steals and 21.7 minutes while shooting 43.6 percent from the floor, 26.1 percent from three-point range and 100 percent from the foul line.
Appeared in 81 games (25 starts) for the HEAT and averaged 7.7 points (.420 FG%, .794 FT%), 3.2 assists, 2.9 rebounds, 0.88 steals and 28.5 minutes…sat out one game on the inactive list as a healthy scratch (Apr. 18 at Atlanta)…ranked second on the team in steals (71), third in assists (257) and fourth in three-point field goals made (66) and attempted (230)…led the team in scoring once, in steals 17 times, in assists on seven occasions, in minutes twice and in blocks once…was Miami’s leading scorer off the bench a dozen times and also topped the reserves in assists a team-high 42 times, in minutes a team-high 37 times, in steals on 28 occasions, in rebounds 15 times and in blocks in five contests…his 79.4 percent free throw percentage was his highest mark since shooting 79.7 percent from the charity stripe in 2001-02 and the second highest of his career…scored in double figures 28 times, including three games of at least 20 points…took six charges…made a season-high 16 consecutive free throws from Mar. 6-18…had two double-figure scoring quarters…Season Highs: 21 points (twice), eight assists (four times), seven rebounds (three times), three steals (three times), one block (10 times) and 46:03 minutes (vs. Washington, Dec. 11).
Split the season between the Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks…started each of the 77 games in which he appeared (all with Boston) and averaged 11.3 points (.468 FG%, .761 FT%), 6.1 assists, 3.1 rebounds, 1.14 steals and 33.1 minutes…missed two games due to injury…missed the Jan. 3 game against New Orleans due to a strained left hamstring and the Apr. 20 game against New Jersey because of back spasms…did not play a game for the Hawks before being released on Mar. 1…ranked 12th in the league in assists per turnover (3.17), 13th in assists per game, 14th in assists per 48 minutes (8.9) and 16th in total assists (469)…scored in double-figures 51 times with five games of at least 20 points…dished out double-figure assists eight times…recorded seven double-doubles…led the Celtics in assists 50 times…scored his 20,000th career point on Nov. 10 against Portland…Season Highs: 27 points (vs. Utah, Dec. 17), 13 assists (at Atlanta, Jan. 22), nine rebounds (vs. Detroit, Mar. 11), five steals (vs. Sacramento, Feb. 13), one block (12 times) and 49 minutes (at L.A. Clippers, Dec. 13).
Started all 82 games for the L.A. Lakers and averaged 14.6 points (.471 FG%, .714 FT%), 5.5 assists, 4.2 rebounds, 1.17 steals and 34.5 minutes…scored in double figures on 70 occasions, including 16 games with at least 20 points and one 30-point game…grabbed double-figure rebounds twice and had seven double-figure assist games…recorded six double-doubles and one triple-double...scored his 19,000th career point on Dec. 12 at San Antonio…recorded his lone triple-double of the season with 23 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists at Atlanta on Mar. 2…became just the sixth player in NBA history to record 8,000 career assists on Mar. 28 against Houston…Season Highs: 30 points (at Cleveland, Feb. 4), 15 assists (vs. L.A. Clippers, Jan. 17), 13 rebounds (vs. Houston, Apr. 1), four steals (four times), two blocks (four times) and 48 minutes (at San Antonio, Nov. 6).
Split the season between the Seattle SuperSonics and the Milwaukee Bucks…started each of the 80 games in which he appeared and averaged 20.4 points (.454 FG%, .710 FT%), 8.3 assists, 4.2 rebounds, 1.66 steals and 40.1 minutes...ranked second in the NBA in assists, 10th in minutes, 13th in steals and 15th in double-doubles (28)...scored in double figures on 79 occasions, including 48 games with at least 20 points, four games with 30-or-more points and one 40-point game…handed out double-figure assists 26 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds twice…recorded 28 double-doubles (21 with Seattle)…in 28 games with the Bucks he averaged 19.6 points (.466 FG%, .746 FT%), 7.4 assists, 3.1 rebounds, 1.43 steals and 38.8 minutes…led the Bucks in scoring 10 times, in assists on 20 occasions and in steals nine times…his first game as a Buck was the 1,000th of his career and occurred at Portland on Feb. 22…in 52 games with the SuperSonics he averaged 20.8 points (.448 FG%, .692 FT%), 8.8 assists, 4.8 rebounds, 1.79 steals and 40.8 minutes…led the Sonics in scoring 29 times…left Seattle as the Sonics all-time leader in games played, points, minutes, steals, assists, field goals made, field goals attempted, three-point field goals made and three-point field goals attempted...scored his 18,000th career point on Jan. 25 at Memphis...grabbed his 4,000th career rebound on Nov. 3 against Utah...handed out his 7,000th career assist on Nov. 12 at Washington...had scored in double figures in a career-high 176 consecutive games before being held to six points against the Lakers on Mar. 15...had a career-high 18 assists at Houston on Nov. 5…hit a career-high 19 field goals against Indiana on Dec. 4…Season Highs: 40 points (vs. Indiana, Dec. 4), 18 assists (at Houston, Nov. 5), 12 rebounds (vs. Memphis, Jan. 17), five steals (vs. Milwaukee, Apr. 5), two blocks (vs. Milwaukee, Mar. 4) and 51 minutes (at Chicago, Apr. 5).
Started all 82 games for Seattle and averaged 22.1 points (.467 FG%, career-high .797 FT%), 9.0 assists, 4.8 rebounds, 1.60 steals and 40.3 minutes…named to the All-NBA Second Team...named to the NBA All-Defensive Team, becoming the second player in league history to be selected nine times joining Michael Jordan…set a career high in assists (737) and tied his career high in blocks (26)…ranked 11th in the NBA in scoring, third in assists and ninth in minutes...named the Western Conference Player of the Week on Dec. 24...scored in double figures in all 82 games, including 59 games with at least 20 points, nine games of 30-or-more points and one 40-point effort…led the team in scoring 45 times and in assists on 71 occasions...handed out double-figure assists in 32 games and grabbed double-figure rebounds twice…recorded 32 double-doubles and two triple-doubles…notched his 13th career triple-double with 21 points, 15 rebounds and 12 assists at Detroit on Dec. 5 and 14th career triple-double with 25 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds at Houston on Apr. 2...played in his 900th career game at Minnesota on Jan. 9...passed Derek Harper (1,957) for ninth place on the NBA’s all-time steals list at Golden State on Feb. 5...recorded his 2,000th career steal against Utah on Mar. 25, becoming the ninth player in NBA history to reach the mark...selected to play in the 2002 NBA All-Star Game, marking his eighth consecutive appearance surpassing Jack Sikma (seven) as the Sonics all-time leader for All-Star appearances...Season Highs: 43 points (vs. L.A. Clippers, Dec. 27), 15 rebounds (at Detroit, Dec. 5), 15 assists (twice), four steals (four times), three blocks (vs. Sacramento, Dec. 19) and 50 minutes (twice).
Named to the 2000-01 NBA All-Defensive First Team for the eighth consecutive season, becoming just the fourth player in league history to accomplish the feat as he joined Michael Jordan (nine), Bobby Jones (eight) and Scottie Pippen (eight) in the exclusive club. Named to the All-NBA Third Team, his eighth consecutive All-NBA selection. Named the NBA Hometown Hero of the Month for his community outreach efforts and donations during April. Ranked 13th in the NBA in scoring (23.1 ppg), fifth in assists (8.1 apg), 14th in steals (1.61 spg) and sixth in minutes played (41.1 mpg). Led team in scoring, assists, steals, assists and minutes. Started all 79 games played and scored in double-figures in 77 of 79 games played. Scored 20 or more points in 59 games. Scored 30 or more points in 11 games. Recorded 27 double-doubles. Recorded 11th career triple-double with 27 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists at Vancouver on 10/31. Recorded 12th career triple-double with 19 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists vs. Sacramento on 12/20. Led or co-led the team in scoring in 59 games. Grabbed 10 or more rebounds in two games and handed out 10 or more assists in 28 games. Passed Nate McMillan (796) for second place on the Sonics all-time list for most career games played at L.A. Clippers on 11/18. Scored in double-figures for the 50th consecutive game at L.A. Clippers on 11/18. Played in his 800th career game in a Sonics uniform vs. LA Clippers on 11/24...Passed Larry Bird (5,695) for 23rd place on the NBA's all-time assists list at Denver on 12/2. Scored 14,000th career point at L.A. Lakers on 12/8. Passed Fred Brown (14,018) as the Sonics all-time leading scorer vs. Houston on 12/9 and passed former Sonic Gus Williams (14,093) for 101st place on the NBA's all-time scoring list vs. Miami on 12/15. Recorded his 1,800th career steal vs. Washington on 12/22. Had streak of 70 consecutive games in which he scored in double-figures snapped vs. Indiana on 1/2 (six points). Passed Tom Chambers (2,150) for third place on the Sonics all-time list for most career free throws made at Washington on 1/10. Started in his 355th consecutive game at Denver on 1/15, surpassing his previous career-high consecutive-games-played streak of 354 (1/16/92 - 3/13/96). Suspended by the team for one game (vs. Minnesota on 1/19), snapping career-high streak of 356 consecutive games played (3/18/96 - 1/17/01). Passed Bill Russell (14,522) for 94th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list at Golden State on 1/26. Selected to participate as a reserve for the Western Conference team at NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 11, marking his seventh consecutive All-Star Appearance; was scoreless, but grabbed four rebounds, handed out five assists and recorded two steals in 18 minutes in the All-Star Game. Handed out his 6,000th career assist at New York on 2/27. Made a three-pointer with 1:14 left in the first quarter vs. Philadelphia on 3/19 for his 15,000th career point, becoming the 88th player in NBA history to attain the feat; he also became just the eighth player in league history to compile 15,000 points, 6,000 assists and 1,000 steals. Passed Isiah Thomas (1,861) for 10th place on the NBA's all-time steals list vs. Phoenix on 3/22. Passed Clyde Drexler (6,125) for 21st place on the NBA's all-time assists list vs. L.A. Clippers on 3/30. Missed just second and third games of 11-year career due to injury at Utah on 2/3 and vs. Vancouver on 2/5 (strained abdominal muscle).
Started all 82 games and ended regular season having started 315 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NBA. Led team in scoring (24.2 ppg), assists (8.9 apg), steals (1.87 spg) and minutes (41.8 mpg). Finished seventh in the NBA in scoring, tied for third in assists, sixth in steals and second in minutes. The only player in the NBA to average at least 20 points, six rebounds and six assists per game. Named to the 1999-2000 All-NBA First Team for the second time in his 10-year career; received 95 First Team votes and had a total of 541 points, second only to the L.A. Lakers' Shaquille O'Neal. Named to the 2000 NBA All-Defensive First Team for the seventh consecutive season, becoming the sixth player in NBA history to be selected seven times. Led all players by receiving 52 out of a possible 56 points, including 24 First Team votes while being named on the maximum 28 ballots. Participated in the 2000 NBA All-Star Game in Oakland, his sixth straight selection; scored five points, grabbed four rebounds, handed out eight assists and had two steals in 19 minutes to help lead the Western Conference to a 137-126 victory over the Eastern Conference at The Arena in Oakland on 2/13. Finished sixth in the NBA Most Valuable Player award voting with 180 points, including 11 second-place votes. Finished fifth in the IBM Award ratings that measure a player's overall contribution to a team's success with 96.43 points. Named NBA Player of the Month for April after averaging 25.4 points, 8.0 rebounds and 8.3 assists in 10 games. Scored in double figures in 81 of 82 games (4 - points at New York on 1/24; he was ejected in the first quarter). Scored 20 or more points in 64 games...Scored 30 or more points in 17 games. Scored 40 or more points in three games (41 - 2/15, 40 - 3/13 and 43 - 4/16). Ended season having scored in double-figures in 39 consecutive games (1/26 - 4/19). Led or co-led team in scoring in 52 games. Recorded ninth career triple-double with 22 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists vs. Toronto on 3/12 and 10th career triple-double with 33 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists at Sacramento on 4/18. Led team with 39 double-doubles and two triple-doubles. Selected as USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year on 11/9. Passed Nate McMillan (4,893) as the Sonics all-time assist leader at New Jersey on 11/15. Passed Jack Sikma (715) for third place on the Sonics all-time list for most career games played at Phoenix on 11/21. Handed out his 5,000th career assist vs. Miami on 12/11. Passed Xavier McDaniel (2,839) for sixth place on the Sonics all-time rebounding list vs. Denver on 12/14. Scored 12,000th career point vs. Portland on 12/16. Passed Jack Sikma (12,034) for second place on the Sonics' all-time scoring list with a 19-foot jumper at the 5:07 mark of the third quarter vs. Vancouver on 12/18. Had 15-game streak (12/8 through 1/8) of scoring 20 or more points snapped at Golden State on 1/9 .Had streak of 40 consecutive games (11/2 to 1/20) with at least one three-point field goal made snapped at Boston on 1/21. Recorded 5,000th career field goal made at Toronto on 1/23. Had streak of 42 consecutive games with 10 or more points snapped at New York on 1/24 (4 points). Passed Tom Chambers (2,603) for third place on the Sonics' all-time list for most career free throw attempts vs. Milwaukee on 1/29. Played in 750th career game at Utah on 2/1. Grabbed 3,000th career rebound vs. Phoenix on 2/4. Passed Sonics Head Coach Paul Westphal (12,809) for 124th place on the NBA's all-time scoring list at Charlotte on 2/28. Passed Lenny Wilkens (1,926) for fourth place on the Sonics' all-time free throws made list vs. Golden State on 3/10. Scored 13,000th career point vs. Toronto on 3/12. Started 300th consecutive game vs. Portland on 3/18. Passed Magic Johnson (1,724) for 11th place on the NBA's all-time steals list vs. New York on 3/29. Passed Dale Ellis (699) as the Sonics' all-time leader in three-point field goals made at Denver on 4/8. Passed Dennis Johnson (5,499) for 25th place on the NBA's all-time assists list at Denver on 4/8. Passed Nate McMillan (3,222) for fifth place on the Sonics' all-time rebounding list at Houston on 4/16. Passed Lenny Wilkens (nine) as the Sonics' all-time leader in triple-doubles with his 10th at Sacramento on 4/18. Extended streak to 226 games in which he has not fouled out of a game; the last time he fouled out was vs. Phoenix on 3/26/97.
Started all 50 games. Finished in the top ten in scoring (21.7 ppg, tied for sixth), assists (8.7 apg, fourth), steals (2.18 spg, seventh) and minutes (40.2 mpg, sixth) and led Sonics in all four categories. Named NBA Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 14. Scored 30 or more points in eight games. Led or co-led team in scoring in 35 games, in rebounding in three games and assists in 43 games. Recorded eighth career triple-double at Sacramento on 3/1/99 with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists.
Started all 82 games. Among the league leaders in scoring (19.2 ppg, 20th), assists (8.3 apg, sixth), steals (2.3 spg, fourth) and minutes (38.4 mpg, 20th)and led Sonics in assists, steals and minutes. Second on team in scoring (19.2 ppg) and third in rebounding (4.6 rpg). Finished second in the NBA Defensive Player of the Year voting. A member of the Western Conference All-Star team for the fifth consecutive season; started and handed out game-high 13 assists. Scored in double-figures in 78 games and scored 20 or more points in 43 games and 30 or more points in four games. Led team in scoring in 31 games and led or co-led team in rebounding in five games and assists in 73 games. Recorded 27 double-doubles; 25 for points and assists and two for points and rebounds.
Started all 82 games for the SuperSonics and averaged 21.8 points (.476 FG%, .715 FT%), 7.1 assists, 4.6 rebounds, 2.40 steals and 39.2 minutes…selected to the All-NBA Second Team…earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors for the fourth consecutive year…finished second in the NBA Defensive Player of the Year voting…ranked among league leaders in scoring (10th), minutes (11th) and assists (16th)…led Seattle in scoring 38 times and in rebounding five times…scored in double figures 81 times (lone single-figure game was an eight-point effort at Cleveland on Feb. 25)…scored 20-or-more points in 55 games and 30-or-more points in seven games…grabbed double-figure rebounds four times and handed out double-figure assists 17 times…recorded 19 double-doubles and two triple-doubles…started for the Western Conference All-Stars at the 1997 NBA All-Star Game…Season Highs: 32 points (at Orlando, Mar. 2), 14 assists (at Chicago, Mar. 18), 12 rebounds (at Chicago, Mar. 18), six steals (twice), two blocks (twice) and 52 minutes (at Washington, Nov. 20).
Started all 81 games for Seattle in which he saw action and averaged 19.3 points (.484 FG%, .748 FT%), 7.5 assists, 4.2 rebounds, career-high 2.85 steals and 39.0 minutes…missed one game (Mar. 15 vs. Dallas) due to an NBA-imposed suspension, snapping a streak of 354 consecutive games played that began on Jan. 16, 1992…earned All-NBA Second Team honors…named Defensive Player of the Year becoming the first guard to win the award since Michael Jordan in 1987-88…named to the NBA All-Defensive Team…finished 10th in the league in assists and steals, joining Jason Kidd as the only players in the NBA to finish in the top 10 in both categories...amassed a career-high 231 steals…scored double figures in 75 games, with at least 20 points on 41 occasions and six 30-point outputs…grabbed double-figure rebounds three times and handed out double-figure assists 21 times…recorded 23 double-doubles and one triple-double…posted his fourth career triple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against the Clippers on Mar. 18…logged a career-high 54 minutes at Cleveland on Mar. 5…blocked a career-high three shots at Dallas on Dec. 12…selected as a reserve for the 1996 NBA All-Star Game…Season Highs: 38 points (at Sacramento, Mar. 24), 17 assists (vs. Charlotte, Mar. 27), 11 rebounds (twice), six steals (five times), three blocks (at Dallas, Dec. 12) and 54 minutes (at Houston, Mar. 5).
Started all 82 games for the SuperSonics and averaged 20.6 points (career-high .509 FG%, .716 FT%), 7.1 assists, 3.4 rebounds, 2.49 steals and 36.8 minutes…selected to the All-NBA Second Team…named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team, becoming the first Sonic player in 15 years to make the NBA All-Defensive Team in consecutive years (Dennis Johnson, 1978-79 & 1979-80)…led the Sonics in points (1,689), assists (583), steals (204) and minutes (3,015)...scored in double figures 78 times, including 46 games with at least 20 points and eight 30-point performances...handed out double-figure assists 10 times and posted nine double-doubles…named a reserve for the 1995 NBA All-Star Game…Season Highs: 33 points (twice), 14 assists (at L.A. Clippers, Dec. 10), nine rebounds (vs. Phoenix, Apr. 11), seven steals (five times), two blocks (vs. Golden State, Mar. 6) and 53 minutes (at L.A. Clippers, Dec. 10).
Started all 82 games for the SuperSonics and averaged 16.5 points (.504 FG%, .595 FT%), 6.0 assists, 3.3 rebounds, 2.29 steals and 35.1 minutes per game…earned All-NBA Third Team honors…named to the NBA All-Defensive Team…was named the NBA Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 8…ranked seventh in the NBA in steals…led the Sonics in scoring 18 times and rebounding twice...scored in double figures on 76 occasions, including 24 games with at least 20 points and one 30-point effort...handed out double-figure assists four times and recorded two double-doubles...hit the game-winning shot with 1.2 seconds left at San Antonio on Mar. 11…swiped a career-high eight steals against Golden State on Dec. 18…selected as a reserve for the All-Star Game…Season Highs: 32 points (at Charlotte, Mar. 30), 12 assists (vs. L.A. Clippers, Apr. 14), nine rebounds (at New Jersey, Feb. 1), eight steals (vs. Golden State, Dec. 18), two blocks (three times) and 44 minutes (twice).
Appeared in all 82 contests (78 starts) for the SuperSonics and averaged 13.5 points (.494 FG%, .770 FT%), 4.9 assists, 3.4 rebounds, 2.16 steals and 31.0 minutes…ranked ninth in the NBA in steals per game…led the Sonics in scoring 10 times…scored in double figures 59 times, including 14 games with at least 20 points and one 30-point effort…handed out double-figure assists on four occasions and recorded three double-doubles…Season Highs: 31 points (at Dallas, Nov. 27), 12 assists (at Miami, Mar. 13), eight rebounds (at New Jersey, Feb. 4), seven steals (vs. L.A. Clippers, Mar. 27), two blocks (twice) and 44 minutes (vs. New York, Nov. 17).
Saw action in 81 games (79 starts) for the SuperSonics and averaged 9.4 points (.451 FG%, .669 FT%), 6.2 assists, 3.6 rebounds, 1.81 steals and 31.5 minutes…missed his first ever game due to a left chest contusion against Charlotte on Jan. 14…grabbed a career-high 123 offensive rebounds…scored in double figures in 40 games, including a pair of 20-point games…handed out double-figure assists 10 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds twice…recorded seven double-doubles and two triple-doubles…one of only four players (Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and David Robinson) in the NBA to register multiple triple-doubles...grabbed a career-high seven offensive boards against Utah on Mar. 31…Season Highs: 22 points (at Washington, Nov. 19), 15 assists (at Indiana, Nov. 15), 11 rebounds (vs. Golden State, Dec. 21), five steals (four times), two blocks (three times) and 44 minutes (vs. Golden State, Dec. 21).
Started all 82 games as a rookie for the SuperSonics and averaged 7.2 points (.450 FG%, .711 FT%), 6.4 assists, 3.0 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 27.7 minutes...ranked among the NBA leaders in steals (12th) and assists (20th)...led all NBA rookies in both categories...scored in double figures 25 times...dished out double-figure assists 12 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds once…recorded eight double-doubles and one triple-double...led Seattle in assists 46 times...recorded his first career triple-double on Feb. 23 against Phoenix with 18 points, 11 assists and a season-high 10 rebounds...recorded his first career double-double with 13 points and 10 assists at Denver on Nov. 9…his 528 assists were the second highest total for a rookie in franchise history, behind Nate McMillan’s 583…started in his NBA debut on Nov. 3 against Houston and totaled 10 points, six rebounds, six assists and two steals in 31 minutes…Season Highs: 19 points (twice), 16 assists (vs. Utah, Feb. 24), 10 rebounds (vs. Phoenix, Feb. 23), seven steals (at Indiana, Feb. 2), two blocks (at Denver, Apr. 7) and 50 minutes (vs. Portland, Dec. 1).
2005: Started each of Boston’s seven postseason games against Indiana and averaged 10.3 points (.446 FG%, .833 FT%), 4.6 assists, 4.1 rebounds and 18.4 minutes…scored in double figures on four occasions…grabbed a postseason career-high four offensive rebounds at Indiana on Apr. 28…2004: Started each of the 22 postseason games for the Lakers and averaged 7.8 points (.366 FG%, .750 FT%), 5.3 assists, 3.3 rebounds, 1.05 steals and 35.1 minutes…scored in double figures on five occasions…2003: Started each of the Bucks six postseason games and averaged 18.5 points (.429 FG%, .700 FT%), 8.7 assists, 3.0 rebounds, 1.33 steals and 41.8 minutes...recorded a double-double with 20 points and a postseason career-high 14 assists in 51 minutes against New Jersey on Apr. 26…2002: Started each of Seattle’s five postseason games and averaged 22.2 points (.425 FG%, .586 FT%), 8.6 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 41.4 minutes in first round against San Antonio...scored in double figures in each of the five games, including four 20-point games…grabbed double-figure rebounds twice and handed out double-figure assists once…recorded his second career playoff triple-double in Game 4 on May 1 with 28 points, a postseason career-high 12 rebounds and 11 assists...his 12 defensive rebounds against San Antonio on May 1 in Game 4 were a postseason career high…extended his streak of consecutive playoff games scoring in double figures to 56 games, dating back to Apr. 27, 1995…2000: Started each of Seattle’s five postseason games against Utah and averaged 25.8 points (.442 FG%, .769 FT%), 7.6 rebounds, 7.4 assists and 44.2 minutes…scored at least 20 points in each of the five contests, including one 30-point performance…grabbed double-figure rebounds twice and handed out double-figure assists twice…registered three double-doubles and one triple-double…recorded postseason career highs in points (35) and steals (6) in Game 4 on May 3…matched his postseason career high with 12 field goals in Game 5 on May 5…attempted a postseason career-high 29 field goal attempts in Game 1 on Apr. 22…1998: Started all 10 playoff games for the Sonics and averaged 24.0 points (.475 FG%, .940 FT%), 7.0 assists, 3.4 rebounds, 1.80 steals and 42.8 minutes…scored in double figures in all 10 games, including eight games with at least 20 points and a pair of 30-point efforts…handed out double-figure assists twice and registered a pair of double-doubles…1997: Started each of the Sonics’ 12 playoff games and averaged 23.8 points (.412 FG%, .820 FT%), 8.7 assists, 5.4 rebounds, 2.17 steals and 45.5 minutes…scored in double figures in all 12 games, including eight games with at least 20 points and one 30-point performance…handed out double-figure assists five times and posted five double-doubles…logged a postseason career-high 53 minutes at Phoenix in Game 4 of the Opening Round series on May 1…scored 34 points while setting postseason career highs in three-point field goals made (8) and attempted (14) against the Suns on Apr. 29 in Game 3 of the Opening Round series…1996: Started all 21 games for the Sonics and averaged 20.7 points (.485 FG%, .633 FT%), 6.8 assists, 5.1 rebounds, 1.76 steals and 43.4 minutes…scored in double figures in all 21 contests, including 11 games with at least 20 points and one 30-point effort…handed out double-figure assists twice and grabbed double-figure rebounds once…posted three double-doubles…recorded postseason career highs in both free throws made (12) and attempted (16) in Game 1 of the Opening Round series against Sacramento on Apr. 26…1995: Started all four playoff games for Seattle against the Lakers and averaged 17.8 points (.478 FG%, .417 FT%), 5.3 assists, 2.5 rebounds, 1.25 steals and 43 minutes…scored in double figures three times with a pair of 20-point games…1994: Started in each of Seattle’s five playoff games against Denver and averaged 15.8 points (.493 FG%, .421 FT%), 5.6 assists, 3.4 rebounds, 1.60 steals and 36.2 minutes…scored in double figures four times, including a pair of 20-point games…1993: In 19 games for Seattle he averaged 12.3 points (.443 FG%, .676 FT%), 3.7 assists, 3.3 rebounds, 1.79 steals and 31.8 minutes…scored in double figures 12 times, including three 20-point efforts…1992: In eight postseason games for the Sonics he averaged 7.6 points (.466 FG%, .583 FT%), 4.8 assists, 2.6 rebounds, 1.00 steals and 27.6 minutes…missed a decisive Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals against the Utah Jazz due to a sore back, the only postseason game he has missed in his career…scored in double figures twice and handed out double figures once…recorded his first postseason career double-double with 14 points and 12 assists in Game 1 of the Opening Round series at Golden State on Apr. 23…1991: In five postseason games for the SuperSonics he averaged 4.8 points (.407 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 6.4 assists, 2.6 rebounds, 1.60 steals and 27.0 minutes...made his NBA postseason debut at Portland on Apr. 26 and tallied six points, eight assists, three rebounds, one steal and one block in 31 minutes.
2000: Served as a tri-captain of the gold medal-winning 2000 U.S. Men’s Olympic Basketball Team with Alonzo Mourning and Jason Kidd…averaged 5.5 points, 3.4 assists, 2.1 rebounds, 1.13 steals and 20.5 minutes in the eight games…1996: Was a member of the gold medal-winning 1996 U.S. Men’s Olympic Basketball Team…started six of the eight games in which he appeared and averaged 5.1 points, a team-leading 4.5 assists, 3.1 rebounds and 17.1 minutes.
2001-02: Named to the All-NBA Second Team...earned NBA All-Defensive Team honors…named Western Conference Player of the Week on Dec. 24...selected to the 2002 NBA All-Star Game...2000-01: Selected to the NBA All-Defensive First Team...named to the All-NBA Third Team...named the NBA Hometown Hero of the Month for his community outreach efforts and donations during April...named a reserve for the Western Conference team in the NBA All-Star Game…1999-00: Earned All-NBA First Team honors...named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team...participated in the 2000 NBA All-Star Game in Oakland...named NBA Player of the Month for April...selected as USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year…1998-99: Earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors and All-NBA Second Team honors…named NBA Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 14…1997-98: Named to the Western Conference All-Star Team...named to the All-NBA First Team and the All-Defensive First Team…1996-97: Was a starter for the Western Conference All-Stars at the 1997 NBA All-Star Game…selected to the All-NBA Second Team…earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors…1995-96: Named NBA Defensive Player of the Year…earned All-NBA Second Team honors…named to the NBA All-Defensive Team…led the NBA in steals…selected as a reserve for the 1996 NBA All-Star Game…1994-95: Earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors...named NBA Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 8…was a reserve for Western Conference at the 1995 NBA All-Star Game…selected to the All-NBA Second Team…1993-94: Was a reserve for the Western Conference at the 1994 All-Star Game…earned All-NBA Third Team honors…named to the NBA All-Defensive Team.
Named UPI, NABC and The Sporting News All-American First Team his senior year...voted College Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated and Pac-10 Player of the Year by the conference coaches...finished his career as the all-time leading scorer in Oregon State history with 2,172 points and sixth in the history of Pac-10...selected Pac-10 All-Decade Team...finished his career second on the NCAA’s all-time assists list with 938 and all-time steals list with 321...started every game in his OSU career...set the OSU single-season assists record with 244 as a junior...named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year following his freshman season...averaged 25.7 points, 8.1 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game and shot 50.4 percent from the floor as a senior...ranked second in the nation in 1990
with 235 assists...scored 58 points vs. USC, the second-highest single-game total in the NCAA that season...averaged 18.1 points per game in his four years.