Beno Udrih

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Beno

Udrih

2016 - 17 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
SEASON 17.5 45.9 36.4 90 7 1.8 3.4 0
CAREER STATS 22.1 46.2 34.9 83.1 8.5 2.1 3.4 0.1

HEIGHT

6 ft3 in

/ 1.9m

WEIGHT

205 lbs

/ 93.0kg

LATEST VIDEOS

0021600260 det cha recap

Tobias Harris leads with 24 points and seven rebounds as Detroit tops Charlotte, 112-89.

0021600260 det cha beno udrih aron baynes dunk 2nd qtr

Beno Udrih drives and lays it off to Aron Baynes who punishes the rim with the tomahawk jam.

0021600218 mia det recap

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scores 22 points, Andre Drummond adds 18 points and grabs 15 rebounds to help lift the Pistons over the Heat 107-84.

0021600203 hou det Udrih buzzer beater 1q

Beno Udrih hits the three before the buzzer sounds.

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Beno Udrih dishes to Aron Baynes in the paint for the dunk finish.

0021600138_det_den_recap

Andre Drummond scores 14 points and grabs 12 boards as the Pistons beat the Nuggets.

0021600082_den_det_recap

Andre Drummond gets his 500th career block while scoring 19 points and snagging 20 boards in the Pistons win against the Nuggets.

20160207_go90_assist_night

Beno Udrih drops the nice dime to Hassan Whiteside on the baseline and Whiteside throws down the monster slam.

20160207 Assist of the Night

Beno Udrih drops the nice dime to Hassan Whiteside on the baseline and Whiteside throws down the monster slam.

0021500772 LAC MIA Play3

Beno Udrih dishes to Hassan Whiteside for the two-handed dunk.

0021500741 mia dal play4

Hassan Whiteside spins off the defender and bangs over two Mavericks.

0021500678_mia_bkn_recap

Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh both score 27 points as the Heat defeat the Nets 102-98.

0021500600 mia den recap

Hassan Whiteside finishes with 19 points, 17 rebounds, and 11 blocks, as Miami holds on to beat Denver 98-95.

0021500547 mia phx recap

Dwyane Wade leads with 27 points, Goran Dragic adds 22 with seven assists in his return to Phoenix as Miami wins it 103-95.

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Beno Udrih patiently waits for the trailing Chris Bosh and feeds Bosh for the easy slam.

0021500420 det mia recap

Reggie Jackson scores 18 points to help lift the Pistons over the Heat 93-92 on Tuesday night.

0021500420 det mia play5

Beno Udrih feeds Hassan Whiteside who turns and punishes the rim with the one-hand stuff.

0021500420 det mia play3

Hassan Whiteside battles inside for the ball and taps in the bucket in traffic.

0021500404_por_mia_recap

The Heat bested the Trailblazers 116-109 behind Chris Bosh's 29 points and six boards.

0021500354_MEM_MIA_play2

Beno Udrih stays strong in the paint and gets this basket to go for two.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

2013-14 SEASON:
Split his 10th NBA season with the New York Knicks and Memphis Grizzlies, averaging 4.9 points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists on .438 shooting in 15.7 minutes in 41 games (12 starts)… Shot a career‐high .452 from three‐point range… Averaged 5.6 points, 1.8 rebounds and 3.5 assists on .425 shooting in 19.0 minutes in 31 games (12 starts) for New York… Recorded season highs with 21 points with five three‐pointers made in 40 minutes on Dec. 18 at Milwaukee… Recorded his lone double‐double of the season with 15 points and a season‐high 10 assists on Dec. 27 vs. Toronto… Waived by the Knicks on Feb. 24… Claimed off waivers by the Grizzlies on Feb. 27… Made 10 appearances for Memphis, averaging 2.7 points in 5.5 minutes… Shot .556 with the Grizzlies and made both of his three‐point attempts… Scored 10+ points nine times and 20+ points once… Recorded 10+ assists once… Posted one double‐double… Missed two games due to injury with inflammation in the tibiofibular joint in his left knee from Jan. 9‐11… DNP (Coach’s Decision) 38 times (23 with New York, 15 with Memphis)… Inactive once.
2014 Playoffs: Scored 10+ points twice, a playoff season‐high 14 points in Game 2 of the opening round on April 21 at Oklahoma City… Scored a total of 26 points on 11‐of‐14 shooting in 28 minutes in Games 2 and 3 combined.

PREVIOUS SEASONS:
2012-13 (Bucks-Magic): Split season between Milwaukee and Orlando, averaging 8.2 points and 4.6 assists with .441 shooting (210-476) over 22.1 minutes in 66 total games (nine starts, all for Orlando)...Played in 39 games for Bucks, 27 for Magic...Ranked 13th in the NBA in assists-to-turnover ratio (2.80)...Went 34-102 (.333) from Downtown; 84-103 FTA (.816) from the line...Season Highs: Points: 27 (Orlando at Chicago, Apr. 5); Assists: 14 (Orlando at Miami, Apr. 17); Rebounds: 7 (Orlando at Atlanta, Mar. 30)...Traded to Orlando on Feb. 21, 2013...Made nine starts with Orlando, averaging 14.3 points and 8.1 assists over 37.6 minutes as a starter...Led Magic in scoring twice and in assists 13 times... Had 20-plus points twice with Magic, with season-high 27 points (10-17 FGA) on Apr. 5 at Chicago...Had a total of five double-figure assist games, with season-high 14 assists in season finale at Miami, Apr. 17...Logged a season-high 47 minutes on Apr. 10 vs. Milwaukee (13 pts, 11 ast)...Missed 14 games due to injury: one game with right quad contusion and 13 games (Dec 1-22, Jan 2) with sprained right ankle.

2011-12 (Bucks): Following trade to Milwaukee, averaged 5.9 points and .440 shooting over 18.3 minutes in 59 games off the bench for Bucks...Led Bucks in assists 15 times...Season-highs 21 points on Apr. 7 vs. Portland, 10 assists on Mar. 30 at Cleveland...Missed seven games due to injury: six games in January with sprained left shoulder and one (Apr. 2) with left hand injury.

2010-11 (Kings): In his final season in Sacramento, recorded career highs in scoring (13.7 ppg), assists (4.9 apg) and FG pct (.500) over 34.6 mpg in 79 games (64 starts)...Ranked 15th in the NBA in FT pct. (.864), 29th in assists (4.9), 30th in steals (11.9) and 31st in FG pct. (.500)...Dished out 10-plus assists four times and had 12 20-plus scoring games...Scored a career-high 34 points (11-18 FGA, 407 from Downtown) on Dec. 21, 2010 vs. Golden State...Missed three games in March (flu)...

2009-10 (Kings): Notched 12.9 ppg and 4.7 apg with .493 shooting over 31.4 mpg in 79 games (41 starts)...Ranked 16th in NBA in assists-to-turnover ratio (2.74), and third among guards in field goal percentage (Nash, Rondo)...Career-high 75-199 (.377) from Downtown...Dished off a career-high 17 assists (with 20 points) on Mar. 21, 2010 at Clippers...Recorded lone career triple-double on Mar. 28, 2010 at Cleveland (18 pts, 15 ast, career-high 10 reb)...

2008-09 (Kings): Appeared in 73 games (72 starts), averaging 11.0 points over 31.1 minutes...Season-high 30 points vs. Clippers on Nov. 12, 2008...Logged a career-high 56 minutes in 3OT win on Jan. 14 at Golden State (17 points)... Notched a career-high six steals on Dec. 22 vs. San Antonio...

2007-08 (Kings): In first season in Sacramento, appeared in 65 games (51 starts) with 12.8 ppg over 32.0 mpg... Ranked 22nd in the NBA in FT pct. (.850)...Nailed a career-high six (of seven) 3PT FG en route to 24 points at Milwaukee, Dec 19, 2007...Missed four games in November due to a fractured left hand and 10 games (Mar. 18-Apr. 6) due to a low back strain...

2006-07 (Spurs): Earned second NBA Championship ring with Spurs...Played in 73 games (one start), averaging 4.7 points...Shot a career-high .883 (53-60) from the line...

2005-06 (Spurs): Appeared in 54 games (three starts), averaging 5.1 ppg over 10.9 mpg...Missed six games with a sprained left ankle and two contests with the flu...DNP (CD) 20 times...

2004-05 (Spurs): As a rookie, earned first of two NBA Championship rings with Spurs, appearing in a career-high 80 games (two starts) with 5.9 ppg...Ranked 15th in NBA in three-point pct. (.408).... .Western Conference Rookie of the Month for December 2004 (6.6 ppg)...Participated in 2005 Rookie Challenge during All-Star Weekend, tallying five points and four assists in 22 minutes...Came off the bench in 21 playoff games, with 3.7 ppg. over 11.5 mpg, as Spurs stormed to title.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER:
Prior to his NBA tenure, authored far-reaching international pro career in Slovenia, Israel, Italy and Russia...Played for the Slovenian National Team since 2000...Made pro debut in the Slovenian secondary league as a 15-year-old in 1997-98...Transferred to country’s premier league in 1999-2000 and earned the league’s Rookie of the Year award after averaging 10.3 points in 29 games with Savinjsk...Spent two seasons (2000-01 and 2001-02) with Olimpija Ljubljana in the Slovenian League, averaging 9.4 points in 39 total games...Joined Maccabi Tel-Aviv in 2002-03, averaging 4.9 points in 25 games...In 2003-04, started with Breil Milano in the Italian League, averaging 10.8 points in 16 games, then finished the season with Avtodor in the Russian Superleague, averaging 19.6 points in five games...MVP of 2004 Efes Cup in Turkey.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
Drafted by San Antonio in first round (28th overall) of 2004 NBA Draft. Traded to Minnesota for a conditional second round draft pick, Oct. 29, 2007. Waived by Minnesota, Oct. 29, 2007; signed as a free agent by Sacramento, Nov. 1, 2007. Traded to Milwaukee for John Salmons and first round 2011 NBA Draft pick as part of three-team deal including Charlotte, Jun. 23, 2011. Traded to Orlando with Tobias Harris and Doron Lamb for J.J. Redick, Gustavo Ayón and Ish Smith, Feb. 21, 2013. Became free agent, Jul. 1, 2013; signed with New York, Aug. 8, 2013.

PERSONAL:
Beno Udrih...Name is pronounced BEN-oh OO-dree...Father Silvo played professional basketball in Slovenia and older brother, Samo, who plays professionally in Spain, attended training camp with Dallas in 2005...Enjoys playing video games, watching movies and spending time with his family...Lists his favorite food as anything cooked by his mother.

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2016 21GP 367MIN 61FGM 133FGA 45.9FG% 83PM 223PA 36.43P% 18FTM 20FTA 90FT% 5OREB 32DREB 37REB 72AST 19TOV 6STL 0BLK 19PF 0DD2 0TD3 148PTS 43+/-

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2016DET2103671486113345.982236.4182090532377260191943
2015MIA3655871586615243.4113333.3151788.265763901104240-6
2015MEM8012047204643.541136.43310027926311111-54
2014MEM7912149460524650548.7269726.88710285.3201231432204688988-2
2013MEM1005527101855.6221005683.302261154-18
2013NYK31125871736816042.5174042.5202483.31047571102234246-300
2012ORL2797372759723840.8215339.6607085.71746631642515551-402
2012MIL39071826311323847.5134926.5243372.71761781381625339-51
2011MIL590108034814633244175928.8395570.926761022273717769216
2010SAC796427331086412824506518235.719722886.441224265386949141181-272
2009SAC79412476102341584149.37519937.711814183.7381812193728910136166-178
2008SAC7372227080032169646.1351133112315082461742203428112158192-361
2007SAC6551207983432870846.35313738.712514785341832172825610148138-23
2006SAS73194834012734436.93311528.7536088.3117182122271567019
2005SAS54358627510623345.5247034.339507818345292142535542
2004SAS802114847117339044.45814240.8678975.316678315041107796128

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