Played 72 games in 2002-03, most since his rookie season when he played 80 games for the Boston Celtics.
At Minnesota, 11/16/02, he scored his Pacers’ career-high of 22 points on 7-11 FGS and 8-8 FTS.
Ranked tied for fifth in 2000-01 among Eastern Conference starting shooting guards in scoring in 2000-01, behind Allen Iverson (31.1 - 1st in the NBA), Jerry Stackhouse (29.8 - 2nd), Vince Carter (27.6 - 5th), Ray Allen (22.0) and Jason Terry (19.7)
Selected to the 1997-98 Schick All-Rookie First Team
Ranked 2nd among rookies in 1997-98 in steals (1.56 spg), 3rd in scoring (15.3 ppg), 4th in free-throw percentage (.839), 8th in field-goal percentage (.450) and 9th in assists (2.2 apg)
Totaled 8 points and 4 rebounds in the Schick Rookie Game during the 1998 NBA All-Star Weekend in New York
A unanimous choice for 1996-97 SEC Player of the Year award, and First Team All-America by The AP, after his sophomore year at Kentucky
Earned all-tournament team at the NCAA Final Four in both of his seasons at Kentucky
A member of the 1996 NCAA Champion Kentucky Wildcats as a freshman
Selected by the Boston Celtics in the first round (6th pick overall) of the 1997 NBA Draft...Traded by the Celtics along with Popeye Jones and Dwayne Schintzius to the Denver Nuggets in exchange for Danny Fortson, Eric Williams, Eric Washington and a future draft choice on 8/3/99 ... Signed as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls on 8/1/00...Traded by the Bulls with Brad Miller, Ron Artest and Kevin Ollie to the Indiana Pacers for Jalen Rose,Travis Best, Norman Richardson, and a second-round draft pick on 2/19/02...Traded to the San Antonio Spurs in a three-team trade that also sent Brad Miller of the Pacers to the Sacramento Kings while the Pacers acquired Scot Pollard from the Kings and Danny Ferry from the Spurs; the Spurs also acquired Hedo Turkoglu from the Kings...Signed as a free agent with the New Jersey Nets on 8/12/04.