Jordan Mickey

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Jordan

Mickey

2017 - 18 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
SEASON 10.7 60 0 66.7 4.7 4.3 0 0.7
CAREER STATS 5.2 43.9 0 55.6 1.7 1.4 0.2 0.4

HEIGHT

6 ft8 in

/ 2.03m

WEIGHT

235 lbs

/ 106.6kg

LATEST VIDEOS

20171011 top 5

Check out the top five plays from Wednesday's preseason action.

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With five seconds remaining in the game, Jordan Mickey takes the inbound pass and hits the game-winning three-pointer.

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In the closing seconds of the fourth quarter, Jordan Mickey hits the game-winning three to put the Heat over the Wizards 117-115.

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Jaylen Brown misses the shot but Jordan Mickey is there for the put back slam.

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Jordan Mickey goes up strong and rejects Markieff Morris' layup attempt.

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Jordan Mickey takes the pass and finishes with the two-handed jam.

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Isaiah Thomas scores 19 points and Jaylen Brown chips in 12 points as the Celtics dominate the Nets, 120-99.

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Jordan Mickey blows past his man and drops the hammer.

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Jordan McRae scores 32 points to lead the Cavaliers past the Celtics, 98-94 during Las Vegas Summer League action.

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Terry Rozier scores 26 points and grabs six rebounds to lead the Celtics past the Mavericks, 88-82 during Las Vegas Summer League action.

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Jordan Mickey throws in the one-handed slam after Celtics scramble for the loose ball.

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Jared Sullinger scores 16 with eight rebounds, Tyler Zeller adds 15 points as the Celtics top the Knicks 99-85.

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The Celtics force the turnover and R.J. Hunter delivers a behind-the-back dime to Jordan Mickey for the bucket.

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Terry Rozier scores a game-high 22 points, R.J. Hunter adds 21 and the Celtics defeat the Sixers 85-76.

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Jordan Mickey makes the sick chase down block on Arsalan Kazemi.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

PROFESSIONAL CAREER:
Has appeared in 41 NBA regular season games (one start) during his two-year career and has averaged 1.4 points, 1.1 rebounds and 4.8 minutes while shooting 41.1 percent from the field and 54.2 percent from the foul line…has missed a total of 13 games due to injury/illness, 42 games as a DNP-CD, 30 games as a healthy scratch on the inactive list and 38 while on assignments to the NBA G League…has four multi-block games…has come off the bench in all four NBA Playoff games in which he’s appeared and has averaged 2.0 points,1.8 rebounds and 7.0 minutes while shooting 44.4 percent from the floor…was a DNP-CD six times in the NBA Playoffs and has missed 14 games while on the inactive list…has appeared in 35 NBA G League regular season games (34 starts) and has averaged 18.6 points, 9.7 rebounds, 3.83 blocks, 1.4 assists and 33.1 minutes while shooting 52.5 percent from the floor, 40.4 percent from three-point range and 74.8 percent from the foul line…scored in double figures on 34 occasions, including 16 games with at least 20 points and one 30-point performance…grabbed double-figure rebounds on 18 occasions and registered double-figure blocks once…posted 18 double-doubles and one triple-double…has appeared in seven G League postseason games (five starts) and has averaged 21.6 points, 11.9 rebounds, 3.00 blocks, 1.00 steals, 0.9 assists and 33.6 minutes while shooting 56.5 percent from the floor, 23.1 percent from three-point range and 83.9 percent from the foul line.

2016-17 SEASON:
Split the season between the Boston Celtics and Maine Red Claws of the NBA G League…appeared in 25 games (one start) with the Celtics and averaged 1.5 points (.441 FG%, .571 FT%), 1.4 rebounds and 5.6 minutes…missed one game (Jan. 6) due to illness, 28 games as a DNP-CD, 13 games as a healthy scratch on the inactive list and 15 games while on assignment to the Red Claws…topped the team in blocks three times and in steals twice…set career highs in field goals made (4), points (8) and minutes (19:04) vs. Denver on Nov. 6…made his first NBA start vs. Washington on Jan. 11…was assigned to the Red Claws on seven occasions during the season (Dec. 3-5, Dec. 28-Jan. 1, Feb. 4-5, Mar. 16-20, Mar. 21-Apr. 5, Apr. 9-13, Apr. 16-20)…started all 12 regular season games in which he appeared for the Red Claws and averaged 20.8 points (.515 FG%, .756 FT%), 8.8 rebounds, 2.75 blocks, 1.6 assists and 32.6 minutes…scored in double figures in all 12 games with Maine, including 10 games with at least 20 points…grabbed double-figure rebounds on three occasions and posted three double-doubles…had at least one block in all 12 games, including 11 games with multiple blocks…had season highs of 27 points (11-of-12 field goals) and 13 rebounds vs. Delaware on Feb. 4…started all five postseason games for the Red Claws and averaged 21.8 points (.542 FG%, .889 FT%), 12.8 rebounds, 3.40 blocks, 1.2 assists, 1.00 steals and 36.2 minutes…scored in double figures in all five postseason games, including four games with at least 20 points…grabbed double-figure rebounds four times and posted four double-doubles…NBA Season Highs: Eight points (vs. Denver, Nov. 6), four rebounds (at New Orleans, Nov. 14), two assists (at Phoenix, Mar. 5), two blocks (vs. New York, Jan. 18), one steal (three times) and 19:04 minutes (vs. Denver, Nov. 6).

2015-16 SEASON:
Split the season between the Boston Celtics and Maine Red Claws…came off the bench in all 16 games in which he appeared for the Celtics and averaged 1.3 points (.364 FG%, .500 FT%), 0.8 rebounds, 0.69 blocks and 3.6 minutes…missed a total of 12 games due to injury/illness, 14 games as a DNP-CD, 17 games as a healthy scratch on the inactive list and 23 games while on assignment to the Red Claws…missed 11 games (Jan. 18-Feb. 5) due to a sprained left ankle and one game (Apr. 3) due to illness…led the Celtics in blocks four times…made his NBA debut against Philadelphia on Oct. 28…was assigned to the Red Claws on 14 occasions (Nov. 3-5, Nov. 8-11, Nov. 12-15, Nov. 19-25, Nov. 27-Dec. 9, Dec. 10-14, Dec. 17-20, Dec. 28-30, Dec. 31-Jan. 13, Jan. 15-18, Mar. 10-11, Mar. 13-14, Apr. 5-6, Apr. 7-8)…appeared in 23 games (22 starts) for the Red Claws and averaged 17.4 points (.531 FG%, .745 FT%), 10.3 rebounds, 4.39 blocks, 1.3 assists and 33.4 minutes…was selected to play in the G League All-Star Game for the East but was unable to play due to a left ankle injury…was named NBA G League Player of the Month for December 2015, becoming the first player in Red Claws history to receive the monthly honor…scored in double figures on 22 occasions, including six games with at least 20 points and one 30-point outing…grabbed double-figure rebounds on 15 occasions and registered double-figure blocks once…posted 15 double-doubles and one triple-double…had at least one block in 22 of his 23 games, including 21 games with multiple blocks…had a season-high 32 points and 13 rebounds vs. Erie on Dec. 6…totaled 13 points, 13 rebounds and a G League season-high 10 blocks vs. Texas on Dec. 31…NBA Season Highs: Five points (vs. Oklahoma City, Mar. 16), four rebounds (at L.A. Clippers, Mar. 28), three blocks (vs. Memphis, Mar. 9), one assist (vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 28) and 8:54 minutes (vs. Oklahoma City. Mar. 16).

NBA PLAYOFFS:
2017: Came off the bench in both games in which he appeared in the 2017 NBA Playoffs (both vs. Cleveland in the Eastern Conference Finals) and averaged 2.0 points (.400 FG%, .000 FT%), 2.5 rebounds and 9.0 minutes…led the team in rebounds once…was a DNP-CD twice in the Cleveland series…was on the inactive list for all six games vs. Chicago in the Opening Round, all seven games vs. Washington in the Eastern Conference Semifinals and in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Cleveland…2016: Came off the bench in each of the two games in which he appeared in the Opening Round series vs. Atlanta and averaged 2.0 points (.500 FG%, .000 FT%), 1.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 5.0 minutes…was a DNP-CD on four occasions…led the team in blocks once…made his NBA postseason debut in Game 2 at Atlanta on Apr. 19.

College History

Played two seasons at LSU before becoming an early entry candidate for the 2015 NBA Draft…started all 65 games in which he appeared during his two seasons and averaged 14 points (.517 FG%, .669 FT%), 8.8 rebounds, 3.37 blocks, 1.2 assists and 33.8 minutes…finished second to Shaquille O’Neal on LSU’s all-time blocked shots list and joined O’Neal as just the second player in LSU history to block at least 100 shots in a season…started all 31 games in which he appeared as a sophomore in 2014-15 and averaged 15.4 points (.504 FG%, .646 FT%), 9.9 rebounds, 3.65 blocks,1.3 assists and 34.9 minutes…was selected First Team All-SEC by the coaches and media, All-SEC Defensive Team, All-District by the NABC and USBWA, a Lefty Driesell All-American and was a finalist for Driesell National Defensive Player of the Year…led the nation in blocks per game and led the SEC in rebounds per game (placing 18th nationally) and double-doubles (15th nationally) despite suffering from lingering shoulder and ankle injuries throughout the season…was just two rebounds shy of averaging a double-double for the season…placed fourth in the SEC in field goal percentage and fifth in scoring average…scored 25 points and grabbed 20 rebounds at Mississippi State on Jan. 31, 2015, the first 20-20 game by an LSU player since 2003…started all 34 games for the Tigers as a freshman in 2013-14 and averaged 12.7 points (.533 FG%, .695 FT%), 7.9 rebounds, 3.12 blocks, 1.1 assists and 32.8 minutes…was selected to the All-SEC Defensive Team, All-SEC Freshman Team and All-SEC Second Team by the league’s coaches…was also named SEC Freshman of the Week on three occasions…led the SEC in blocks per game, ranked second in field goal percentage and placed third in double-doubles as a freshman.

Full name is Jordan Grayson Mickey…Nickname is “JMick”…is the son of James, Sr. and Torana Wright…has one brother (James Wright, Jr.) and two sisters (Aliana Wright and Andi Keleem)…his father played center for Abilene Christian University and was the Lone Star Conference MVP in 1984-85 and is being inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in October of 2017…his older brother, who played football at LSU, was a seventh round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2014 and played two seasons (missed the entire 2015 season due to a knee injury) at wide receiver for the Bengals before spending the 2017 training camp with the Cleveland Browns…credits his parents and brother for challenging him and pushing him to do his best…majored in sports administration at LSU because he would like to stay in the sports field upon the completion of his playing career…founded The WrightWay Builds A Future Foundation in November, 2013 with the goal of giving underprivileged kids a chance to succeed…his foundation provides support, education and training for foster parents and children…the foundation hosted the first Real Families Foster Weekend in Dallas, TX from Aug. 11-13, 2016 which featured the Jordan Mickey Basketball Camp, a Teen Summit (designed to empower young people in the foster care system) and concluded with a fundraising reception to benefit the foundation…in his free time he enjoys cooking and watching movies…attended Arlington Grace Prep for the first three years of his high school career and helped guide the team to a state championship in his junior year before transferring to Prime Prep Academy in Dallas for his senior year…wears size 14 sneakers.

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2017 3GP 31MIN 6FGM 10FGA 60FG% 03PM 13PA 03P% 2FTM 3FTA 66.7FT% 4OREB 9DREB 13REB 0AST 2TOV 0STL 2BLK 5PF 0DD2 0TD3 14PTS 5+/-

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2017MIA323114610600102366.74913002255
2016BOS25114138153444.101081457.1132134736912-116
2015BOS160572182236.400051050671310111512

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