Doug McDermott

#20F

Doug

McDermott

HEIGHT

6 ft8 in

/ 2.03m

WEIGHT

219 lbs

/ 99.3kg

LATEST VIDEOS

2017-18 new york knicks top 10 plays of the year

Check out the New York Knicks Top 10 plays from the 2017-18 NBA season.

0021701181 DAL DET MCDERMOTT DUNK Q2

Doug McDermott cuts along the backdoor for a two-handed slam.

0021701170 DAL ORL RECAP

Aaron Gordon puts up 20 points while Jamel Artis scores 18 off the bench as the Magic get a win over the Mavericks 105-100. Kyle Collinsworth had 14 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 assists off the bench for Dallas in the loss.

0021701134 MIN DAL mcdermott three q2 wsc

Maxi Kleber finds Doug McDermott behind the arc for the deep three.

0021701093 CHA DAL RECAP

Kemba Walker Scores 24 point and Dwight Howard adds 18 points and 23 rebounds as the Hornets defeat the Mavericks 102-98.

0021701037 DAL BKN RECAP

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson brings in 23 points and five rebounds to help the Nets top the Mavericks 114-106.

0021701031 DAL TOR barea assist q2 wsc

J.J. Barea dimes it across the arc to Doug McDermott to knock down the triple.

0021701031 DAL TOR noel alleyoop q1

Doug McDermott finds Nerlens Noel rising to the hoop and he slams the alley-oop dunk.

0021700989 mem dal mcdermott floater q4 wsc

Doug McDermott drives baseline and nails the floater.

0021700961 DEN DAL RECAP

Yogi Ferrell scores a game-high 24 points to lead the Mavericks to a win over the Nuggets, 118-107.

0021700946 NOP DAL mcdermott layup q3

Doug McDermott catches the quick lob from Harrison Barnes on his way to the hoop for the layup.

0021700904 ind dal recap

Harrison Barnes led the Mavericks with 21 points as Dallas hangs on to beat Indiana 109-103. Myles Turner had 24 points and 11 rebounds for the Pacers in the loss.

0021700904 ind dal powell oop q4 wsc

Doug McDermott blocks a dunk attempt followed by J. J. Barea feeding Dwight Powell for an alley-oop in transition.

0021700904 ind dal mcdermott buzzer q3 wsc

Doug McDermott launches a 3-pointer from the wing and banks it in at the buzzer.

0021700904 ind dal mcdermott and one q2

J. J. Barea finds a seam for Doug McDermott in the lane for the and-one dunk.

0021700883 dal lal recap

Julius Randle leads the Lakers to a victory scoring a triple double 18 points 12 rebounds and 10 assists and Isaiah Thomas adds 17 as they defeat the Mavericks.

0021700745 BKN NYK mcdermott dunk q3 wsc

Enes Kanter continues to drop dimes as he assists on the Doug McDermott slam dunk.

0021700642 nyk bkn recap

Kristaps Porzingis scores 26 points and grabs 9 rebounds as the Knicks take it to the Nets 119-104. DeMarre Carroll scored 22 points for Brooklyn in the loss.

0021700635 NOP NYK RECAP

Anthony Davis scores a game-high 48 points as the Pelicans get the win in overtime over the Knicks, 123-118.

0021700607 chi nyk Recap

Lauri Markkanen explodes for 33 points and 10 rebounds leading a balanced effort to top the Knicks in overtime, 122-119.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

2015-16 (CHICAGO):
Played in 81 games on the year (4 starts) and averaged 9.4 ppg, 2.4 rpg and 0.7 apg in 23.0 mpg, and shot .452 from the field, .425 from beyond the arc and .857 from the line … in four starts, averaged 11.5 ppg and 1.8 rpg in 22.2 mpg, and shot .548 from the field, .533 from 3-point territory and .800 from the stripe … tallied 37 games with 10+ points and five games with 20+ points … led the team in scoring five times, minutes three times and in assists once … posted 18 games with three or more 3FGM … dished a career-best 4 assists at NOP (4/11) … tallied a career-high 9 rebounds at HOU on (3/31) … tied career high of five 3PM vs. BKN (3/17) … scored 20+ points in consecutive games for the first time in his career (29) at TOR (3/14) and (20) at WAS (3/16) … posted double-digit scoring for career-long seven-game streak from 2/19 – 3/2 … went 7-of-7 from FT line at ATL (2/26), a career-high for FTM … set career high scoring with first 30-point game vs. TOR (2/19); also made career-high 13 FG in the game … played career-high 37 minutes vs. ATL (2/10) … grabbed 8 rebounds (career-high 4 of which were offensive) vs. PHI (12/14) … made first NBA start vs. OKC (11/5) … missed one game with a right knee injury (12/28).

CAREER:
Throughout two NBA seasons, has played in 117 games (four starts), and has averaged 7.5 ppg, 2.0 rpg and 0.6 apg in 18.6 mpg, and shot .445 from the field, .410 from three and .828 from the free throw line … has also played in three playoff games.

2014-15 (CHICAGO):
Appeared in 36 games on the year and averaged 3.0 ppg and 1.2 rpg in 8.9 mpg and shot .402 from the field, .317 from downtown and .667 from the line … recorded four games with 10 or more points … posted 13 points (3-4 3FG) at CHA (3/13) … recorded a season-high 16 points (8-17 FG) at IND (3/6) … posted 12 points in 11:39 of action vs. ORL (11/4) … recorded 18 DNP-CDs and was on the team’s Inactive List 28 times … missed 24 games with a right knee injury (12/2, 12/6-1/17) and three games with back soreness (3/25-4/1). 2015 PLAYOFFS: Appeared in three games and averaged 1.7 ppg in 3.3 mpg … recorded nine DNP-CDs.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
Selected in the first round (11th overall) by the Denver Nuggets in the 2014 NBA Draft (6/26/13) … traded by Denver, along with Anthony Randolph, in exchange for Jusuf Nurkic (16th overall pick) and Gary Harris (19th overall pick) and the lesser of Chicago’s two 2015 second-round picks (6/26/14).

College History

COLLEGE CAREER:
Played in 145 games and averaged 21.7 ppg, 7.5 rpg, 1.3 apg in 31.5 mpg … shot .550 from the field, .458 from the three and .831 from the free throw line … named the Consensus National Player of the Year in 2014 … finished his career as one of only three players in NCAA history with 3,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career (Lionel Simmons and Harry Kelly) … was also the eighth player in collegiate basketball history to surpass 3,000 career points, good for fifth all-time with 3,150 career points … scored in double figures in an NCAA record 135 games … one of only 11 players to earn three straight First Team AP All-America honors since the inception of the awards in 1947-48 … was a three-time Wooden and USBWA All-American … led the Bluejays to three straight NCAA Tournaments (2012-14) … holds school records for points (3,150), FGM (1,141), 3 P% (.458) and FTM (594), as well as the single-season mark for points (934) and FGM (330) … owns the top three single-season scoring marks in Bluejay history … in his final season with the Bluejays, he led the nation in scoring with 26.7 ppg, and for the second straight season, he led the country in total points with 934 … he also ranked second in the country with 330 FGM and ranked ninth in 3P% with a .449 clip … he led Creighton to a record of 27-8 and a second-place finish in the Big East … for his efforts, he earned Big East Player of the Year honors, as well as 13 National Player of the Year honors including: Associated Press, The Naismith Trophy, USBWA, Oscar Robertson Trophy, the John R. Wooden Award and the Lute Olson Award … he became the first player to earn 64 or more of the 65 votes for the Associated Press Player of the Year honor. 2013-14: Played in 35 games and averaged 26.7 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 1.3 apg in 31.5 mpg … shot .526 from the field, .449 from the three and .864 form the free throw line … he posted 13 games with 30 or more points. 2012-13: Played in 36 games and averaged 23.2 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 1.6 apg in 31.6 mpg … shot .548 from the field, .490 from downtown and .875 from the charity stripe … claimed Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year for the second straight year … was named First Team All-American by the Associated Press, NABC, USBWA and Basketball Times and was selected Second Team All-American by ESPN.com and Sporting News … was a finalist for the Oscar Robertson Trophy, the Wooden Award and Naismith Award … was selected the USBWA District VI Player of the year and became the first player in Missouri Valley Conference Tournament history to repeat as the Most Outstanding Player. 2011-12: Played in 35 games and averaged 22.9 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 1.1 apg in 31.9 mpg … shot .601 from the field, .486 from three and .796 from the charity stripe … garnered Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year honors … named First Team All-American by the Associated Press, the USBWA, NABC and ESPN.com and Second Team All-American by The Sporting News and CBSSports.com … was a finalist for the Wooden and Naismith National Player of the Year Awards, and won the CollegeInsider.com Lute Olson National Player of the Year award. 2010-11: Played in 39 games and averaged 14.9 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 1.2 apg in 29.1 mpg … shot .525 from the field, .405 from downtown and .746 from the free throw line … in Omaha, his 581 points were the most by a freshman in MVC history … became the first freshman to be named First Team All-MVC since Wichita State’s Cleo Littleton in 1952 … also became the third freshman (Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant) nationally since 2002 to post at least 525 points, 270 rebounds and 40 three-pointers … was named to USBWA Freshman All-America Second Team.

Personal

PERSONAL:
Full name is Douglas Richard McDermott … son of Greg and Theresa … majored in marketing while at Creighton … was a high school teammate of Dallas Mavericks forward Harrison Barnes at Ames High School … helped guide Ames High to 53 straight wins and back-to-back state titles … named First Team All-State after averaging 20.1 ppg and 7.8 rpg his senior season ... scored a team-high 21 points in Ames High’s 2010 state title win over Southeast Polk … originally signed to play with the University of Northern Iowa, but was released from his letter-of-intent for the chance to play for his father at Creighton … enjoys playing golf and traveling in his spare time.


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