Nene

#42C-F

Nene

2016 - 17 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
POSTSEASON 17.9 70.6 0 58.1 10 4.7 0.6 0.4
CAREER STATS 27.5 54.8 14.6 66.1 12 6.3 1.9 0.8

HEIGHT

6 ft11 in

/ 2.11m

WEIGHT

250 lbs

/ 113.4kg

LATEST VIDEOS

20170512_hou_sas_series_recap

Relive all the best moment and reactions from the Spurs-Rockets Western 2017 Conference semifinal series.

0041600205 was bos recap

Avery Bradley scores 29 points and grabs 6 rebounds as the Celtics defeat the Wizards, 123-101 in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

20170508 nbatv update 6p

Check out the latest headlines from around the association, including injury news and an early look at free agency.

0041600234 sas hou recap

James Harden scores 28 points, Eric Gordon adds 22 as the Houston Rockets rebounded from consecutive losses to beat the San Antonio Spurs to tie the series.

0041600234 vo hou nene injury q1

Nene goes to the bench after suffering a groin injury and eventually heads back to the locker room.

0041600233 VO HOU NENE BLOCK Q1

Nene elevates and blocks Manu Ginobili 's layup attempt.

0041600233 VO HOU GORDON LAYUP Q1

Nene dishes to a cutting Eric Gordon for the layup.

20170503 dunks day

Check out the high-flying, rim-rocking action from Wednesday's NBA playoff games.

0041600232 VO HOU NENE DUNK Q3

James Harden drives past his defender before dishing off to Nene in the paint for the slam.

0041600231 HOU SAS nene hook q3

Nene backs down Pau Gasol in the paint and finishes with the lefty hook.

0041600231 HOU SAS nene and1 q1

Nene takes the feed from James Harden in transition, draws the foul and gets the tough shot to fall.

Rockets-Thunder 2017 Playoffs Round 1 Series Recap

Relive the best moments and reactions as the Rockets knocked the Thunder out of the 2017 Playoffs.

0041600165 OKC HOU GM5 RECAP

James Harden scores 34 as the Rockets take Game 5, 105-99 for a 4-1 series win despite Russell Westbrook putting up 47 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists.

0041600165 OKC HOU nene dunk 2q

Nene gets the feed in the paint and pump-fakes to lose his man before he finishes with the slam dunk.

0041600165 OKC HOU nene layup 1q

Nene battles inside for position and gets the layup to go.

0041600164 HOU POSTGAME GAME 4

Mike D'Antoni, James Harden, and Nene Hilario address the media after a game 4 win against the Thunder.

0041600164 HOU OKC RECAP

James Harden and Nene combine for 44 points as the Houston Rockets grab a commanding 3-1 series lead over OKC.

0041600164 HOU nene clutch and one Q4

Off the inbounds pass, Eric Gordon finds Trevor Ariza who quickly passes to Nene for the dunk and foul.

20170423 hou nene hl

Nene scores 28 points while being perfect from the field (12-12 FG) and grabs 10 boards in Houston's Game 4 victory over the Thunder.

0041600164 HOU Williams fast break jumper Q3

Nene strips the ball from Russell Westbrook and Trevor Ariza picks it up, finding Lou Williams for the fast break finish.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

2013-14 SEASON:
Appeared in 53 games (37 starts) for the Washington Wizards in his 12th NBA season, averaged 14.2 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 1.2 steals and 0.9 blocks in 29.4 minutes... Scored 18 points on 8-of-12 from the field vs. MIA (4/14)...Scored 17 points at ORL (4/11)...Missed 21 games (2/25-- 3/29) with a sprained left mcl suffered at CLE (2/23)...Had 19 points and a career-high nine assists vs. MIA (1/15)….Missed four games due to right foot tendinitis (12/9-12/16)...Missed the game versus IND (11/29) due to a sore right Achilles...Missed two games due to a strained left calf (11/1, 11/3)

PREVIOUS SEASONS:
2012-13: Averaged 12.6 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game in 27.2 minutes per game in 61 games (49 starts)…Had seven games of 20+ points…Recorded seven double-doubles…Posted three games of 20+ points and 10+ rebounds…Scored a season-high 24 points at POR (1/21)…Grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds twice (2/11 at MIL, 3/13 vs. MIL)…Had three straight double-doubles (2/6-2/11)…Tallied 21 points, seven rebounds and a season-high seven assists at CHA (3/18)...Missed 14 games due to injury; nine due to plantar fasciitis-left foot (10/30-11/19), five due to a sore left foot (11/26, 12/15, 12/21, 4/15-4/17).

2011-12: Averaged 14.5 points, 7.5 rebounds in 11 games (six starts) for the Wizards after being acquired from Denver…Averaged 13.7 points and 7.5 rebounds in 39 total games (33 starts) with Washington and Denver…In his first game with the Wizards at NJN (3/21) posted a double-double with 22 and 10 rebounds...Became the first Washington player since Moses Malone to post at least 22 points and 10 rebounds in his debut with Washington (Malone recorded 23 points and 10 rebounds on October 31, 1986 for the Bullets at the Boston)...Recorded three double-doubles with Washington and scored 20 or more points twice…Washington was 7-4 in the 11 games he appeared in, holding opponents to 85.5 points per game on .401 shooting.

2010-11: Appeared in 75 games (starting all 75), averaging 14.5 points, 7.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.12 steals while shooting an NBA-leading .615 from the field in 30.5 minutes … Registered 12 points, a season-high 15 rebounds, three blocks and three steals in 30 minutes vs. Sacramento (3/30)…Totaled 18 points and seven rebounds in 24 minutes vs. Toronto (3/21)…Moved into ninth on the Nuggets all-time blocks list past Danny Schayes (470) at Miami (3/19)…Posted 20 points, seven rebounds and a season-high four blocks in 36 minutes at Atlanta (3/16)… Recorded his 12th double-double of the season (86th of his career) with 18 points and 11 rebounds vs. Detroit (3/12)…Moved into sixth on the Nuggets all-time steals list past Carmelo Anthony (634) at Phoenix (3/10)…Totaled 25 points (11-14 FG), 14 rebounds and two blocks in 31 minutes at L.A. Clippers on 3/5…Set a number of milestones at L.A. Clippers (3/5): moved into 9th on the Nuggets all-time rebounds list past T.R. Dunn (3,496), 10th on the Nuggets all-time rebounds list past Dave Robisch (3,493), 10th on the Nuggets all-time blocks list past David Thomson (463) and seventh on the Nuggets all-time steals list past Reggie Williams (632)…Moved into 10th on the Nuggets all-time games played list past David Thompson (498) at Golden State (2/9) and ninth past Dave Robisch (500) at Memphis on 2/13…Scored a career-high-tying 28 points (2nd time) to go along with three blocks vs. Utah (2/4)…Notched 21 points (8-9 FG) and nine rebounds at Washington (1/25)…Scored his 6,000th career point at Washington (1/25)…Shot .500+ FG in 22 straight games (12/5/10-1/19/11) to mark a new career-long streak of consecutive .500+ shooting games…Scored 10+ points in 14 straight games (12/22/10-1/19/11) to mark a new career-long streak of consecutive double-digit scoring games…Collected a season-high five steals at San Antonio on 1/16…Posted 21 points and 12 rebounds at Oklahoma City (12/25)…Registered 27 points (10-13 FG), 11 rebounds and a season-high six assists vs. Memphis (12/5)…Totaled 22 points (12-15 FT) vs. New Jersey (11/20), while his 12 FT makes tied a career-high (2nd time) and his 15 FT attempts set a new career-high… Missed a total of six games due to a sinus infection, lower back/right hamstring strain, and calf strain and a left adductor (groin) strain (never more than three straight).

2009-10: Played and started all 82 games for the first time in his career and averaged 13.8 points, 7.6 rebounds, a career-high 2.5 assists, 1.40 steals and 1.00 bpg in a career-high 33.6 minutes … Ranked third in the NBA in FG percentage (.587), 26th in rebounds (7.6), 19th in steals (1.40) and 35th in blocks (1.00)…Additionally, he ranked ninth among NBA leaders in steal-to-turnover ratio (0.92-to-1)…Led all centers in steals per game (1.40) and ranked second among centers in assists (2.5)…Scored in double figures 63 times, including 12 games of 20+ points… Grabbed double-digit rebounds 22 times and posted 14 double-doubles…Led the Nuggets in scoring four times, rebounding 26 times and assists six times…Grabbed his 3,000th career rebound vs. Milwaukee (3/20)…Registered 20 points (8-12 FG), six rebounds, five assists, five steals and three blocks vs. New Orleans (3/18)…Recorded 17 points (7-8 FT) and 12 rebounds at New Orleans (3/12)…Played a season high 43 minutes vs. Sacramento (2/1)…Recorded 19 points (6-8 FG) and 12 rebounds at Golden State (1/20)…Scored 20+ points in three-straight games from 12/28/09-1/3/10, marking the first time of his career that he has scored 20+ three games in a row…Registered 24 points, a season-high 15 rebounds and four assists vs. Philadelphia (1/3…Posted 22 points (9-13 FG) and a career-high-tying six steals (second time) at Utah (1/2)…Scored a season-high 25 points (8-11 FG, 9-14 FT) at Sacramento (12/28)… Registered 20 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, four steals and four blocks vs. Toronto (11/17) – became the first player in Nuggets NBA history to reach those levels in those five categories in the same game…Posted 16 points (8-11 FT) and 13 rebounds at Indiana (11/3).

2008-09: Made a triumphant return from a bout with testicular cancer to post a career year …Appeared in 77 games (76 starts) and averaged career highs of 14.6 ppg, 7.8 rpg and 1.31 bpg, in addition to 1.23 spg in 32.6 mpg…Finished fifth in voting for the 2008-09 NBA Most Improved Player award…Ranked second in the NBA in FG percentage (.604/428-709), the best single-season mark in franchise history…Also shot a career-best .723 from the free-throw line… Tied for 22nd in rebounding, tied for 25th in steals and 17th in blocks…Scored in double figures 67 times, including 12 games of 20+ points…Grabbed double-digit rebounds 21 times and posted 20 double-doubles (28th-most in NBA)…Led the Nuggets in scoring six times and in rebounding 30 times…Registered 17 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high-tying five steals (third) vs. L.A. Clippers (3/14)…Dished out a season-high five assists vs. Portland on 3/5… Scored his 4,000th career point at Detroit (3/3)…Blocked a career-high five shots vs. San Antonio (2/3)…By making his first eight field goals vs. Charlotte (1/30), he connected on 21-straight FG at the Pepsi Center (last FG vs. Sacramento (1/20), 12-12 FG vs. Utah (1/25) and his first eight FGs (1/30))…Posted a career-high-tying 28 points (2nd time) on 12-12 FG shooting vs. Utah (1/25), tying the Nuggets team record for the most makes without a miss (Bobby Jones also went 12-12 FG vs. Golden State on 3/15/78)…Posted 27 points (10-11 FG), 14 rebounds and four assists at Oklahoma City (1/2)…Connected on his first career three-point field goal at Toronto (12/31)…Registered four-straight double-doubles from 12/20-12/26 to mark a new career best for consecutive double-doubles…Pulled down a season-high-tying 15 rebounds (2nd time) to go along with 20 points at Phoenix (12/20)…Missed two games (2/23-2/25) due to a right knee bone bruise…Missed two games (3/25-3/27) while serving an NBA suspension…Missed one game (12/29) due to a cervical strain.

2007-08: Played in just 16 games, averaging 5.3 ppg and 5.4 rpg in 16.6 mpg…Missed 37 games after a bout with testicular cancer (1/11-3/24)…Missed the last six games due to a right groin strain…Suffered a torn ulner collateral ligament in his left thumb against Boston (11/7) and missed the next 22 games.

2006-07: Averaged 12.2 ppg and 7.0 rpg in 64 games (42 starts)…Shot .570 (294-516) from the field…Led the Nuggets in rebounding 15 times…Missed four games due to right knee inflammation…Served an NBA suspension vs. Washington (12/18)…Inactive for 12 games due to a right knee contusion.

2005-06: Missed 81 games after suffering a torn ACL in his right knee after just three minutes of action against the Spurs on opening night (11/1)…Had successful surgery on 11/21.

2004-05: Played in 55 games (18 starts), averaging 9.6 ppg and 5.9 rpg in 23.9 mpg…Averaged 12.7 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 2.2 apg and 1.05 spg in 28.9 mpg, while shooting .570 (94-165) from the field as a starter…Scored in double figures 24 times, including three games of 20+…Pulled down 10+ rebounds eight times and recorded seven double-doubles…Led the Nuggets in rebounding nine times…Grabbed his 1,000th career rebound at LA Lakers (11/2)…Missed 27 games – 13 games due to a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee, two games due to a right hip contusion, eight games due to a strained left hamstring and four games due to an NBA suspension.

2003-04: Played and started in 77 games…Averaged 11.8 ppg and 6.5 rpg…Also averaged 1.51 spg in 32.5 mpg…Ranked fourth in the NBA in FG percentage (.530)…Scored in double figures in 53 games, including six with 20 or more…Grabbed at least 10 rebounds in 12 games and posted 12 double-doubles…Missed five games due to a strained left groin.

2002-03: Averaged 10.5 ppg, 6.1 rpg and a team-high 1.59 spg in 80 games…Started 53 times, averaging 11.8 ppg, 6.7 rpg and 1.60 spg…Was named to the NBA’s All-Rookie First Team… Scored in double figures 44 times with six games of at least 20…Grabbed at least 10 rebounds 13 times and posted nine double-doubles…Ranked second on the team in scoring and third in rebounding…Ranked sixth in the NBA in field goal percentage (.519) and 20th in steals…Set a Nuggets rookie record for FG percentage…Missed two games due to injury (one game due to left low back strain and one game due to a strained neck)…Played in the got milk? Rookie Challenge at All-Star Weekend in Atlanta.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
Selected by New York Knicks in first round (7th overall) of 2002 NBA Draft…Draft rights traded by Knicks with F/C Marcus Camby and G Mark Jackson to the Denver Nuggets for F Antonio McDyess, the draft rights to G Frank Williams and a 2003 second-round draft choice (6/26/02)…Re-signed with the Nuggets (7/12/06)…Traded to the Washington Wizards along with Brian Cook and a second-round draft pick as part of a three-team deal involving the Los Angeles Clippers and Denver Nuggets…The Wizards sent JaVale McGee and Ronny Turiaf to Denver and Nick Young to the Los Angeles Clippers (3/15/12).

PERSONAL:
Name is pronounced (neh-NAY)…Legally changed his name to Nenê in the summer of 2003…Given name is Maybyner Rodney Hilario…“Nenê” means “baby” in Portuguese – he is the youngest in his family and was the youngest in the group of kids he hung out with…Played soccer as a child and was invited to train with pro clubs at a young age…Plays the bass guitar…Is a member of the Brazilian national team…Grew up idolizing Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson…Has a 7’4 3/4” armspan…Favorite meal is feijoada – a Brazilian black bean stew…Has one brother and one sister and a niece…Enjoys comedies and action movies…Favorite actor is Jackie Chan…Enjoys listening to Brazilian gospel music…Has hosted a gospel event with his pastor in Brazil the last three summers…Favorite musician is jazz artist Fred Hamilton…Wears size 17 shoes…Has done public service announcements for the United Nations…Established a foundation to build a youth center in his hometown of Sao Carlos, which provides educational and athletic resources to underprivileged children in the surrounding community…Participated in the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders in South America in the summer of ’03 and ‘04…Participated in an Adidas skills camp in Sao Paolo in 2005…Sponsors over 50 athletes in his hometown ranging from basketball, cycling, tennis and soccer…Has donated season tickets to underprivileged families each of the last five seasons…Favorite sports teams are Sao Paulo (Brazilian soccer) and FC Barcelona…Favorite player is Ronaldinho…Favorite movie is “Left Behind.”

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2016 67GP 1197MIN 245FGM 397FGA 61.7FG% 33PM 93PA 33.33P% 116FTM 197FTA 58.9FT% 95OREB 187DREB 282REB 65AST 73TOV 56STL 39BLK 163PF 0DD2 0TD3 609PTS 195+/-

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2016HOU678119760924539761.73933.311619758.99518728265563973163195
2015WAS5711109352520938454.403010718557.8522072599754267615630
2014WAS6758169373730760151.1152012220260.4842613451236622124180165
2013WAS5337156075429959450.3152015526658.3652292941536447117164117
2012WAS614916597662855944801019626972.9101306407177553713917193
2011WAS1162831596811260.7020233565.7206383196131926189
2011DEN282782637614328150.90209013367.7431652086136257769117
2010DEN75752290109140265461.5152028640271.11454265711498473134238320
2009DEN82822754113542171758.702029341670.416646162720311582125281322
2008DEN77762510112342870960.4152026636872.318341559810895101147278301
2007DEN16126585297140.8010274955.13057871591421464
2006DEN644217127832945165701019528368.9150299449776259127209122
2005DEN102001000000000000021-6
2004DEN5518131652819438650.3020140212661042213258450489416751
2003DEN777725039083346305302024035268.215434950316811641183280281
2002DEN8053225883932161951.903019734157.820828349114912765181295-261

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