Channing Frye

#8F

Channing

Frye

2016 - 17 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
SEASON 17.7 45.3 48.1 92.9 10.4 3.1 0.7 0.7
CAREER STATS 23.7 43.9 39 82.1 9.3 4.8 1 0.7

HEIGHT

6 ft11 in

/ 2.11m

WEIGHT

255 lbs

/ 115.7kg

LATEST VIDEOS

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LeBron James finds Channing Frye all alone for the easy slam.

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Kevin Love sets an NBA record for points scored in the first quarter (34) as he finished with 40 points and LeBron James recorded his second triple-double of the season as the Cavaliers beat the Trail Blazers, 137-125.

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Watch the best of super slow motion phantom camera action from a rematch of last years Eastern Conference Finals The Toronoto Raptors @ The Cleveland Cavaliers

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LeBron James has 28 points, 9 Rebounds and 14 assists and the Cavs beat the Raptors, 121-117.

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LeBron James scores 28 points as the Cavaliers edge the Raptors 121-117 for 9th win.

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Channing Frye scores 20 points, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving score 19 points apiece and the Cavaliers defeat the Hornets 100-93.

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LeBron James beats the double team with the needle threading pass to Channing Frye for the slam.

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DeMar DeRozan scores 32 points and Bismack Biyombo sets a Toronto playoff record with 26 rebounds as the Raptors beat Cavaliers in Game 3, 99-84.

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The Cavaliers make their first 11 shots of the fourth quarter against the Raptors.

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Matthew Dellavedova feeds Channing Frye for three.

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Channing Frye continues his hot shooting, draining a 3-pointer from Matthew Dellavedova.

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LeBron James scores 23 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists as the Cavaliers defeat the Raptors 108-89 in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

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LeBron James goes off for 24 points with 6 rebounds as the Cavaliers blow by the Raptors in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 115-84.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers speak with the media following their Game 3 win over the Hawks.

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LeBron James goes off for 24 points, 13 rebounds, and 8 assists as the Cavaliers take Game 3 over the Hawks, 121-108.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers hit 21 three-pointers in their Game 3 victory over the Hawks.

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Channing Frye drives in for the fast-break dunk.

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Channing Frye gets the triple to go.

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LeBron James heats up for 25 points with 9 assists as the Cavaliers take Game 1 over the Hawks, 104-93.

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Jodie Meeks leads a balanced Pistons' attack with 20 points to top Jordan McRae's 36-point explosion, as Detroit edges Cleveland in overtime, 112-110.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

2015-16 SEASON:
Played in 70 games (32 starts) with Orlando and Cleveland…averaged 6.0 points on .436 shooting, including .387 from three-point territory, and 3.3 rebounds in 17.1 minutes…played in 26 games with the Cavaliers (three starts), averaging 7.5 points on .438 shooting, including .377 from deep, and 3.6 rebounds in 17.2 minutes…in 44 games with the Magic (29 starts), averaged 5.2 points on .435 shooting, including .397 from beyond the arc, and 3.2 rebounds in 17.1 minutes…shot .387 from three-point territory (30th-best in the NBA), the third-best three-point shooting percentage of his career…scored in double figures 17 times…from March 10-18, averaged 14.2 points on .667 shooting (26-39), .643 from deep (18-28) and 4.0 rebounds in 20.4 minutes…grabbed five or more rebounds on 18 occasions…knocked down two or more three-pointers in 22 games, including six games with four or more treys and three contests with five three-pointers…swiped a season-high three steals twice (Dec. 3 at Utah and Dec. 20 vs. Atlanta)…dished out a season-high five assists on two occasions (Dec. 14 at Brooklyn and Dec. 28 vs. New Orleans)…tied his career high in blocks with four on Jan. 14 versus Toronto…poured in a season-high 21 points on 8-10 (.800) shooting, including a season-high tying 5-7 (.714) shots from deep, seven rebounds and one steal in 24 minutes as a starter against the Lakers on March 10…pulled down a season-high eight rebounds on two occasions (Nov. 9 at Indiana and March 31 vs. Brooklyn)…went 5-10 (.500) from the field, including 3-6 (.500) from beyond the arc, for 13 points to go along with a season-high tying eight rebounds and two assists in 23 minutes against Brooklyn on March 31…swiped his 400th career steal on April 13 versus Detroit; finished with 14 points on 6-10 (.600) shooting, six rebounds, four assists and one steal in a season-high 41 minutes…led or tied for the team lead in rebounds once, steals on three occasions and blocks three times…was a DNP-CD eight times this season with Orlando and twice with Cleveland.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER:
Has appeared in 727 career regular season games (423 starts) with New York, Portland, Phoenix, Orlando and Cleveland and owns career averages of 9.2 points and 4.8 rebounds in 23.9 minutes per game…also shooting .439 from the field, .386 from three-point range and 819 from the free throw line…played in 75 games (51 starts) with Orlando in 2014-15…averaged 7.3 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 24.9 minutes, while shooting a team-high .393 (136-346) from three-point range…as a starter, averaged 8.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 28.9 minutes...ranked 18th in the NBA in three-point FG percentage…led (or tied) the team in rebounding twice and in assists once…scored in double figures 23 times and 20+ points once, including a season-high 22 points on Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento…recorded two double-doubles…pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds on Nov. 5 at Philadelphia…recorded at least one blocked shot 28 times and had two-or-more blocks nine times, including a season-high three blocks three times, the last on Mar. 6 vs. Sacramento…recorded at least one steal 35 times and had two-or-more steals 10 times, including a season-high three steals on Nov. 14 vs. Milwaukee and Jan. 18 vs. Oklahoma City…missed two games due to injury/illness: missed one game (Oct. 28) due to a sprained left MCL and one game (Mar. 22) due to an illness…DNP-CD five times…played and started in all 82 games with Phoenix in 2013-14…averaged 11.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 28.2 minutes, while shooting .370 (160-432) from three-point range…became the ninth player in Suns history to start all 82 games in a regular season and the first since Amar’e Stoudemire in 2009-10...led (or tied) the team in scoring five times and in rebounding six times…scored in double figures 57 times and had 20+ points 11 times, including a season-high 30 points on Jan. 19 vs. Denver…in 2012-13, sat out the entire regular season after he was discovered to have developed a dilated cardiomyopathy, also known as an enlarged heart, due to a virus…it was discovered during a screening echocardiogram conducted as part of a routine physical…played in 64 games (59 starts)with Phoenix in 2011-12, averaging 10.5 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.09 blocks. in 26.1 minutes….shot .890 (73-82) from the free throw line…pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds on Dec. 30 at New Orleans…dished out a career-best seven assists on Jan. 13 vs. New Jersey…recorded a career-high-tying four blocked shots on Apr. 3 at Sacramento…missed the final two games after suffering a subluxed right shoulder…underwent surgery on May 2...in 2010-11, appeared in 77 games (64 starts) with Phoenix, averaging a career-high 12.7 points, a career-best 6.7 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.03 blocks…in a career-high 33.0 minutes., while shooting .390 (171-439) from three-point range and .832 (89-107) from the free throw line…scored a career-high 33 points on Apr. 11 vs. Minnesota…made a franchise-record-tying nine three-pointers on Apr. 11…set a team record for most three-point field goals made in a half with seven during the second half on Dec. 15 vs. Minnesota…made the game-winning 23-footer at the buzzer to give the Suns an overtime win on Feb. 27 at Indiana…yhe very next night, he hit the game-winning three-pointer with 6.6 seconds left on Feb. 28 at New Jersey…On Mar. 22 vs. L.A. Lakers, sank three free throws with 1.1 seconds remaining to force double overtime…Suffered a dislocated right shoulder on Mar. 6, forcing him to miss five games…played in 81 games (41 starts) with Phoenix in 2009-10…averaged 11.2 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 27.0 minutes…shot a career-high .439 (172-392) from three-point range and .810 (98-121) from the free throw line…his 172 three-pointers made were the fourth-most in the NBA…registered the largest increase in three-point field goals made from one season to the next in NBA history (minimum 50 games played), going from 11 trifectas in 2008-09 to a team-leading 172…recorded a career-high four steals on Jan. 5 at Sacramento…participated in the Foot Locker Three Point Shootout at NBA All-Star Weekend in Dallas…also played in 16 playoff games, averaging 8.2 points and 5.6 rebounds in 27.1 minutes, helping the Suns reach the Western Conference Finals…in 2008-09, appeared in 63 games (one start) with Portland…averaged 4.2 points and 2.2 rebounds in 11.8 minutes…played in 78 games (20 starts) with Portland in 2007-08…averaged 6.8 points and 4.5 rebounds in 17.2 minutes…appeared in 72 games (59 starts) with New York in 2006-07…averaged 9.5 points and 5.5 rebounds in 26.3 minutes…appeared in 65 games (14 starts) during his rookie campaign with New York in 2005-06…averaged 12.3 points and 5.8 rebounds in 24.2 minutes….named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team and finished fifth in the Rookie of the Year voting…earned NBA Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month honors in November.

PLAYOFF CAREER:
Has appeared in 37 career postseason games with averages of 6.9 points and 3.6 rebounds in 19.1 minutes…also shooting .424 from beyond the arc and .885 from the free throw line…played in 17 games during Cleveland’s championship run in the 2016 Playoffs…averaged 6.7 points on .594 shooting from the field and 2.4 rebounds in 13.9 minutes per game…also led all postseason players in three-point field goal percentage (.565, 26-46)…in the Conference Semifinals against Atlanta, averaged 13.8 points on a team-high .645 (20-31) shooting, including .579 (11-19) from deep, and 3.3 rebounds in 19.3 minutes…shot a postseason-best 10-13 (.769) from the field, including a playoff career-high 7-9 (.778) from three-point territory and finished with a playoff career-high 27 points, seven rebounds and one steal in 28 minutes during Game 3 of the semifinals at Atlanta on May 6…in the Eastern Conference Finals versus Toronto, averaged 9.0 points on .625 shooting, including .583 from deep, and 3.3 rebounds in 16.5 minutes…helped Phoenix reach the Western Conference Finals during the 2010 Playoffs…played in 16 games and averaged 8.2 points and 5.5 rebounds in 27.2 minutes per game…tallied a playoff career-high 20 points on 7-11 (.636) shooting, including 3-5 (.600) from the three-point line, and eight rebounds in 27 minutes against Portland in Game 5 of the First Round on April 26…posted two double-doubles against the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals, including 12 points and a playoff career-high 13 rebounds in 40 minutes in Game 6 on May 29…appeared in four games for Portland in the 2009 Playoffs…averaged 3.0 points in 9.0 minutes per game.

NOTABLE:
NBA Champion (2016)…NBA All-Rookie First Team (2006).

PERSONAL:
Full name is Channing Thomas Frye...He and his wife, Lauren, have a son, Hendrix (born Oct. 2010), and a daughter, Margaux (born April 2012)…son of Thomas and Karen Frye…his father is co-founder and co-president of Education Solutions and Services, which offers office support to public and private charter schools…his mother is a former Emmy-winning reporter and producer for Phoenix’s Channel 12 and CEO of Southwest Dimensions, who now has her own sports podcast for women, “KFrye and Girlfriends Talk Sports”…First cousin of Magic forward Tobias Harris…Their maternal grandfather, John Mulzac, was a member of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen during World War II…In January 2010, became the first boys’ basketball player in St. Mary’s High School history in Phoenix to have his jersey retired… Established the C. Frye Foundation in 2007, dedicated to teaching youth how to strive for their personal best and to create a healthy lifestyle through exercise, nutrition, support systems and respect…Hosts annual kickball tournament in Portland, where he makes his off-season home, called “Kicks for Kids” with the proceeds going to help disadvantaged youth get active by sending them on outdoor trips…Also hosts basketball leadership camps and instructional youth clinics…One of the league’s “greenest” athletes, he started the C. Frye “Go Green Team,” which educates and encourages organizations, schools and gyms to reduce their carbon footprint and increase recycling efforts…While a member of the Knicks, arranged a series of charity walks throughout New York to benefit multiple sclerosis in April 2006…Hobbies include fishing, listening to music and reading…Credits yoga with improving both his mental and physical health following the diagnosis of his dilated cardiomyopathy.

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2016 15GP 266MIN 53FGM 117FGA 45.3FG% 373PM 773PA 48.13P% 13FTM 14FTA 92.9FT% 7OREB 39DREB 46REB 10AST 10TOV 6STL 10BLK 28PF 0DD2 0TD3 156PTS 31+/-

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2016CLE1502661565311745.3377748.1131492.97394610610102831
2015CLE2634451967116144.14311437.7111478.612819326881356156
2015ORL44297532298118643.54812139.7192190.5231181414521203071150
2014ORL7551186954919148739.213634639.3313588.62726629394473978191-247
2013PHX8282231291033677843.216043237789582.17334341698606389245298
2011PHX6459166967425561341.69126334.67382897130837988427063176167
2010PHX7764254197635882943.2171439398910783.26544851396467973272102
2009PHX8141219090431770345.117239243.9981218166361427113647473263361
2008POR63174526311326742.3113333.3263672.2419914024171629106-124
2007POR7820134153022145348.83103085109781072473545729275520843
2006NYK7259189968429868943.331816.78510878.791304395673642100216-137
2005NYK6514157280230564047.73933.318922982.513823637453304797200-52

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