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2015-16 (NEW YORK):
Appeared in 76 games (six starts) and averaged 5.6 ppg, 1.9 rpg, 2.3 apg and 0.66 spg in 16.6 mpg … shot .394 from the field, .220 from behind the arc and .780 from the line … recorded 13 games with 10+ points … tallied season-high 8 assists three times … grabbed season-best 7 boards twice … averaged 16.8 ppg over his final four games of the season … scored 18 points with 6 rebounds and 6 dimes at IND (4/12) … logged a season-high 19 points on 4/10 vs. TOR … had 16 points and 6 assists at PHI (4/8) … finished with 16 points and 8 assists on 1/12 vs. BOS.
Selected in the first round (19th overall) by the Washington Wizards in the 2015 NBA Draft (6/25/15) … draft rights acquired by the Atlanta Hawks, along with a 2016 2nd round pick and a 2019 2nd round pick, from Washington in exchange for the draft rights to Kelly Oubre, Jr. (6/25/15) … draft rights acquired by the New York Knicks, along with a traded-player exception, from Atlanta in exchange for Tim Hardaway, Jr. (6/26/15) … signed a multi-year contract with New York (7/29/15) … traded by New York along with Jose Calderon and Robin Lopez, in exchange for Derrick Rose, Justin Holiday and a 2017 2nd round pick (6/22/16).
Played in 70 games at Notre Dame and averaged 14.5 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 5.8 apg and 1.46 spg in 36.1 mpg … posted shooting averages of .436 from the field. .345 from three and .790 from the foul line. 2014-15: In final season with the Irish, earned First-Team All-ACC and team co-MVP (Monogram Club) honors, as he led Notre Dame to its first-ever ACC Championship and first NCAA Championship Elite Eight honors since 1979 … helped lead Irish to 32-6 mark as he averaged team-high 16.5 ppg with career-high 6.7 apg (7th in nation) and .478 shooting over 37.1 mpg in 38 games (all starts) … named First-Team All-American by The AP, USWBA and NABC; Second Team by The Sporting News, and was one of five finalists for the John R. Wooden Award as the National Player of the Year … recorded 11 20+ scoring games, with career-high 27 vs. Michigan State (12/3) … had career-high 12 assists vs. Duke on 1/28 … logged 12 complete games during the season, including four in the NCAA tournament and a career-high 50 minutes on 1/3 vs. Georgia Tech (24 points in 83-76 2OT win). 2013-14: Averaged career high 19.0 ppg over 35.6 mpg in 12 games (all starts) … was not enrolled at Notre Dame during the spring semester … led Irish in scoring and assists (6.2) prior to his departure … had 20+ points in six of his 12 games, with season-high 26 vs. Miami (Ohio) on 11/8. 2012-13: Earned Second-Team All-Big East honors with team highs of 13.3 ppg and 5.5 apg over 36.3 mpg in 35 games … on 12/9, scored 19 points with 6 assists over 39 minutes in 104-101 5OT win vs. eventual national champion Louisville, including 12 points in 28 seconds during the final minute of regulation … scored season-high 22 points on 11/26 vs. Chicago State. 2011-12: After playing one game in 2010-11 (then redshirted), scored 12.3 ppg (2nd on team) with team-high 5.0 apg in 34 games (33 starts) … named to Big East All-Rookie Team … had four 20+ scoring games … season-high 22 points on 2/11 vs. DePaul … hauled in a career-high 11 rebounds on 11/27 vs. Bryant.
Full name is Holdyn Jerian Grant … first name is pronounced JARE-in … older brother Jerai played at Clemson, younger brother Jerami played at Syracuse and was 39th overall pick (by PHI) in 2014 NBA Draft … youngest brother Jaelin played at DeMatha … father Harvey Grant played 11 NBA seasons (1988-89-1998-99) for Bullets, Blazers and Sixers … uncle Horace Grant played 11 NBA seasons (1987-88-2003-04) and was a member of four NBA Championship teams coached by Phil Jackson (Bulls in 1991, 1992, 1993; Lakers in 2001).
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