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Roger Mason Jr.

N/A | Guard

Kings

Biography

Background

Transactions: Originally selected by the Chicago Bulls with the 31st overall pick (Second Round) in the 2002 NBA Draft…traded to the Toronto Raptors for Rick Brunson on December 16, 2003…signed as a free agent by Washington Septermber 14, 2006…signed as a free agent by San Antonio July 11, 2008…signed as a free agent by New York August 10, 2010…signed as a free agent by Washington December 19, 2011…waived by Washington April 16, 2012…signed as a free agent by New Orleans on August 3, 2012.

2011-12 Season (Wizards): Appeared in 52 games for the Wizards and averaged 5.5 points, 1.3 rebounds in 13.4 minutes per game…scored 10 or more points 13 times…scored a season-high 19 points at NOH (3/15)…connected on 500th career three-point field goal at DET (4/5)…had five games with at least four three-point field goals made.

Professional: Averaged a career-high 11.6 points in 82 games for the Spurs during the 2008-09 season…scored a career-high 32 points and connected on a career-high 13 field goals for the Wizards at GSW (2/11/08)…played professionally in Israel for two years prior to signing with Washington in ’06-‘07…in 43 games over two seasons during his first stint in the NBA (2002-03, 2003-04), averaged 2.9 points per game for the Chicago Bulls and the Toronto Raptors…2010-11 (Knicks): Appeared in 26 games and averaged 2.9 points per game for the Knicks…scored a season-high 10 points at MEM (3/9)...2009-10 (Spurs): Averaged 6.3 points per game in 79 games for the Spurs…scored 18 points in 31 minutes against MIN (12/29)…scored 19 points at PHO (12/15)…had a season-high 20 points and at WAS (1/2)…had a season -high six rebounds three times…had a season high six assists against WAS (11/21)…2008-09 (Spurs): Appeared in all 82 games (71 starts) and averaged a career-high 11.8 points per game for San Antonio…shot a career-high .421 from three-point range…scored 20 or more points in 11 games…scored 24 points in 34 minutes of play against GSW (3/24)…scored a season-high 29 points against Utah (11/23)…2007-08 (Wizards): Averaged 9.1 points per game in 80 games for Washington…scored 31 points and connected on a career-high seven three-pointers and had a season-high six rebounds against Indiana (4/14)…had a career a career high 32 points in 40 minutes of play at GSW (2/11)…2006-07: Averaged 2.7 points per game in 62 games…led or tied for the team lead in assists twice…in 19:06 at MIA (4/11), finished with a season-high four assists and a career-high tying four rebounds...scored ten points in 14:18 at POR (3/20)...finished with 11 points vs. MIA (2/28)...scored a career-high tying 18 points and connected on a career-high four 3pt. field goals at NJ (2/27)...scored a then season-high 13 points at MIN (2/25)...made his Wizards debut on November 4 vs. Boston at Verizon Center…was listed as inactive once…2003-04 (Bulls/Raptors): Averaged 1.0 points per game in three games with Chicago…appeared in 23 games with Toronto averaging 4.0 points and 1.0 assists per game…had a season high 18 points and seven assists at NJN (2/24)…2002-03 (Bulls): Averaged 1.8 points and 1.8 assists per game in 17 games for Chicago.

Playoffs: Has appeared in 24 career playoff games…Holds career averages of 5.3 points, 1.0 rebounds and 0.9 assists in the playoffs…2010-11 (Knicks): Averaged 6.3 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists in three games…2009-10 (Spurs): Appeared in six games with the Spurs, averaging 0.5 points, 0.7 rebounds and 0.3 assists…2008-09 (Spurs): Averaged 6.6 points, 1.8 assists and 1.6 rebounds in five games…2007-08 (Wizards): Averaged 8.0 points, 1.0 assists and 0.8 rebounds in six games...had a career playoff high 18 points for the Wizards in 2008 against CLE (4/24)…2006-07 (Wizards): Averaged 6.0 points, 0.5 rebounds and 0.3 assists in four games.

College (University of Virginia 2001-05): Appeared in 89 games (68 starts) in three seasons at the University of Virginia…Averaged 13.8 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.6 assists as a collegian…Finished his collegiate career with the highest career free throw percentage in Virginia history (318-366, .869), including a school single-season record as a sophomore (122-138, .884).

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