Patrick Patterson




PRESEASON 19.8 39.3 33.3 62.5 5.3 3 6 0
CAREER STATS 23.9 46.7 36.7 74.9 8 4.7 1.2 0.6


6 ft9 in

/ 2.06m


235 lbs

/ 106.6kg


20160201 Dunks of the Month Jan

Check out the best dunks from the month of January!


Kyle Lowry misses the shot but Patrick Patterson is there to clean it up with the putback slam.


Off the Cavaliers turnover, Klay Thompson finds Shaun Livingston for the two-hand flush.


On the break, DeMar DeRozan feeds the bounce pass to Patrick Patterson for the slam.


Off the Cavaliers miss, the Raptors run the break resulting in the DeMar DeRozan pass to Patrick Patterson for the slam dunk.


LeBron James scores 23 points, hands out eight assists and grabs six rebounds to lead the Cavaliers to the Game 5 rout of the Raptors, 116-78. The Cavaliers take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals.


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.


Kyle Lowry cuts backdoor and makes the layup despite the hard foul.


Kyle Lowry rifles a pass to Patrick Patterson cutting baseline for the layup.


James Johnson steals a pass and finds Terrence Ross who feeds Patrick Patterson for the fast break dunk.


The Raptors make several passes and then Patrick Patterson hits the three-pointer.


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.


Kyle Lowry goes off for 35 points, 9 assists, and 7 rebounds as the Raptors eliminate the Heat in Game 7, 116-89.


Patrick Patterson grabs the rebound and gets the and-one layup to go.


Goran Dragic scores 30 points as the Heat defeat the Raptors 103-91 to force a Game 7 in Toronto.


Kyle Lowry heats up for 25 points with 10 rebounds as the Raptors take Game 5 over the Heat, 99-91.


Patrick Patterson gets the layup to go after grabbing the offensive board.


Kyle Lowry pushes the ball on the break and dishes to Patrick Patterson for the 3-pointer.

20160509 Raptors Win on the Road

Kyle Lowry lead the Raptors to a 95-91 victory in Miami to take a 2-1 series lead.


Kyle Lowry scores 33 points, grabs two rebounds and dishes two assists as the Raptors defeat the Heat in Game 3, 95-91.


Professional History

2013-14 SEASON:
Appeared in 48 games (seven starts) with the Toronto Raptors, averaged career-highs of 9.1 points, 5.1 rebounds 1.3 assists, 0.9 steals and 0.7 blocks in 23.3 minutes... Scored 10+ points 20 times with Toronto. Led the bench in scoring on 17 occasions... Averaged 11.4 points and 5.9 rebounds in seven games as a starter with the Raptors... Missed 13 games (Mar. 9-30) with a right ulnar collateral sprain... Collected 5+ rebounds in a career high-tying eight consecutive games (Feb. 7-25)... Scored in double figures in five straight games (Feb. 5-18)... Made his first start for Toronto on Feb. 10 vs. New Orleans and scored a season-high 22 points on 7-for-11 shooting from the field... Averaged 11.1 points and 5.4 rebounds during 16 games in January. Shot .514 (74-for-144) from the field and .452 (14-for-31) from three-point range... Did not dress Jan. 29 vs. Orlando following a procedure to re-set a broken nose... Scored the game-winning basket with 6.0 seconds left Jan. 27 at Brooklyn... Left the game in the third quarter (suspected broken nose) Jan. 25 vs. L.A. Clippers... Recorded his first double-double of the season Jan. 11 vs. Brooklyn. Added 14 points and a season-high with 12 rebounds against the Nets... Poured in 20 points Jan. 7 at Indiana - his first 20-point game with the Raptors... Added five points and five rebounds in his Raptors debut Dec. 13 vs. Philadelphia... Acquired Dec. 9 from Sacramento along with Greivis Vasquez, Chuck Hayes and John Salmons in exchange for Rudy Gay, Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray... Averaged 6.9 points, 5.8 rebounds and 24.4 minutes in 17 games (six starts) with Sacramento. Scored in double figures four times with the Kings... Scored a then season-high 21 points Nov. 23 at L.A. Clippers.
Playoffs: Finished with eight points and three rebounds May 2 in Game 6 at Brooklyn. Led the team with eight rebounds Apr. 30 in Game 5 vs. Brooklyn. Recorded a playoff career-high 17 points, while grabbing five rebounds and making a trio of three-pointers Apr. 25 in Game 3 at Brooklyn. Scored 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds Apr. 22 in Game 2 vs. Brooklyn. Finished with nine points and five rebounds in his playoff debut Apr. 19 in Game 1 vs. Brooklyn.

2012-13: Averaged 10.4 ppg (.512 FG%, .386 3pt%, .762 FT%), 4.7 rpg, 1.1 apg, and 25.0 mpg in 71 games (started 41) with Houston and Sacramento ... Averaged 8.0 ppg (.494 FG%, .444 3pt%, .786 FT%), 4.8 rpg, 1.3 apg, and 23.2 mpg in 24 games (started 3) with Sacramento ... Averaged 11.6 ppg (.519 FG%, .365 3pt%, .755 FT%), 4.7 rpg, 1.1 apg, and 25.9 mpg in 47 games (started 38) for the Rockets ... Missed one game due to a strained left quad (10/31), seven games due to bone bruise on his right foot, two games due to a sore lower back (4/7, 4/10) ... Scored in double-figures in 37 games (9 with Kings), 20 or more points in six contests (1 with Kings) ... Grabbed 10 or more rebounds in five games (1 with Kings) ... Recorded four doubledoubles (1 with Kings) ... Led Kings in rebounding in three games. Top-Single Game Performance: Recorded a career-high 27 points (11-18 FG, 2-3 3pt, 3-4 FT), six rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 38 minutes at Oklahoma City (11/28).

2011-12: In his second season with Houston, averaged 7.7 ppg (.440 FG%, 0-3 3pt, .702 FT%), 4.5 rpg, 0.8 apg, and 23.2 mpg in 64 games (one start at center) ... Placed on the inactive list for two games (12/26/11-12/29/11) due to a right ankle injury ... Reached double-digit scoring 22 times, including one 20-point game ... Posted three double-figure rebounding games ... Led (or tied) the Rockets in rebounds seven times ... Made season debut at Memphis (12/30/11) ... Led the Rockets with a career-high 24 points (10-16 FG) in a 113-106 OT win vs. Sacramento (3/26/12), including 12 points (5-6 FG, 2-2 FT) in the fourth quarter and evening the game at 99-99 on a 22-foot jumper with 8.3 seconds left in regulation ... Was the second 20-point game of his career ... Posted 10 points (4-10 FG) and 10 rebounds at Sacramento (4/8/12), marking his lone double-double of the season ... Pulled down 10 boards vs. Denver (3/2/12) and equaled his career-high four blocked shots (4 on 3/18/11 vs. Boston) ... Blocked Serge ibaka at the rim with 1.7 seconds left to preserve a 104-103 win at Oklahoma City (3/13/12) ... Had 14 points (5-11 FG, 4-4 FT) and equaled his career-high four assists at the L.A. Clippers (3/17/12) ... Finished the season with nine points (4-16 FG) and a season-high 11 rebounds vs. New Orleans (4/26/12) ... Made his only start of the season at center vs. Utah (2/19/12), recording eight points (4-9 FG) and seven boards.

2010-11: In his rookie season with the Rockets, averaged 6.3 ppg (.558 FG%, 0-2 3pt, .714 FT%), 3.8 rpg, 0.8 apg, and 16.7 mpg in 52 games (started 6) ... On the inactive list for 24 games (10/26/10- 12/14/10) ... DNP -CD in five games (12/19/10-12/20/10; 12/27/10-12/29/10; 2/8/11) ... NWT for one game (1/17/11) with upper respiratory distress and chest discomfort ... Stood 16th among NBA rookies in scoring average and 11th in rebounds per game ... Had 12 double-figure scoring games, including his first career 20-point outing ... Notched five double-figure rebounding performances and four double-doubles ... Also averaged 18.3 points (.555, 61-110 FG), 10.3 rebounds, 1.56 steals and 1.56 blocks in starting all nine games played in with Rio Grande Valley ... While with Rio Grande Valley, recorded five double-doubles and scored 20 or more points in five contests ... Made his NBA regular season debut at Oklahoma City (12/15/10) ... Recorded his first career double-double with 15 points (6-9 FG) and 10 boards vs. Toronto (12/31/10) ... Grabbed double-figure rebounding totals in consecutive games with 10 boards at Portland (1/2/11) ... Left the game in the second quarter at Atlanta (1/15/11) with upper respiratory distress and chest discomfort ... Led Houston with a season-high 20 points (8-11 FG), five boards and two blocks at Detroit (2/22/11) ... Had a career-best four assists at Boston (1/10/11) and four at Cleveland (2/23/11) ... Registered 18 points (9-12 FG) and a career-high three steals at Phoenix (3/8/11) ... Made the first start of his career vs. Phoenix (3/14/11) ... Posted 12 points (6-13 FG) and 10 boards in his second start vs. Charlotte (3/16/11) ... Recorded 18 points (8-12 FG), 12 boards and a career-best four blocks in his third start vs. Boston (3/18/11) ... Notched his third consecutive double-double with 14 points (7-11 FG) and a career-high 13 rebounds off the bench vs. Utah (3/20/11) ... Became the first Rockets rookie to record three or more consecutive double-doubles since Yao Ming in 2002-03 (five in a row: 12/3/02-12/13/02) ... Also made starts vs. the L.A. Clippers (4/9/11), vs. Dallas (4/11/11) and at Minnesota (4/13/11).

Selected after junior season by Houston in the first round (14th overall) of 2010 NBA Draft ... Traded by Houston along with Cole Aldrich, Toney Douglas and cash considerations to Sacramento for Francisco Garcia, Tyler Honeycutt and Thomas Robinson (2/20/13) ... Traded by the Sacramento Kings with Chuck Hayes, John Salmons and Greivis Vasquez to the Toronto Raptors for Quincy Acy, Rudy Gay and Aaron Gray (12/9/13)

An early entry candidate for the 2010 NBA Draft, finished his three-year career at Kentucky with averages of 16.1 ppg (.585, 617-1054 FG), 8.2 rpg and 1.57 bpg in starting all 97 career games ... Was one of five Wildcats picked in the opening round of the 2010 NBA Draft, which was the first time five players from one school were chosen in the first round of the draft ... Became the 10th fastest player to reach the 1,000-point club at UK (58 games) ... Was a two-time All-SEC First-Team pick as a junior and sophomore, as well as a Second-Team selection as a freshman ... Earned First-Team All-SEC, AP Honorable Mention All-America, USBWA All-District iV Team and NABC All-District 21 Second-Team honors as a junior ... Was the only SEC player to rank in the league's top-five in scoring (17.9 ppg) and rebounding (9.3 rpg) as a sophomore ... Named First-Team All-SEC and NABC Second-Team All-District in 2008-09 ... Led the SEC with 15 double-doubles in 2008-09, as well as becoming the first Wildcats player since Reggie Hanson in 1989 to record four straight double-doubles (3/7/09-3/17/09) ... Garnered SEC Co-Freshman of the Year accolades by the league coaches ... Was also named Second-Team All-SEC and NABC Second-Team All-District in 2007-08, adding SEC Freshman of the Week honors three times ... His six double-doubles were the most for a UK freshman since Jamal Mashburn's six in 1990-91 ... Missed the final five games of 2007-08 with a stress fracture in his left ankle.

Full name is Patrick Davell Patterson ... Parents are Buster Jr. and Tywanna Patterson ... Graduated from Kentucky in just three years with a degree in communications ... Considers himself a movie fanatic and enjoys playing video games ... Was a fan of the University of Kentucky Wildcats while growing up in West Virginia ... Also played soccer as a youth and was a member of the Cub Scouts ... Served as an instructor for Kentucky’s basketball camp for women ... Befriended Heather Durham, a teenager girl with cystic fibrosis, after the young Kentucky fan instant messaged him through his Facebook page ... Was a 2007 McDonald’s All-American as a high school senior at Huntington High (Huntington, WV) ... Named the MVP of the 2006 National Basketball Players Association Top-100 Camp.

Career Snapshot


Traditional Season Stats

Season2015 79GP 2019MIN 204FGM 493FGA 41.4FG% 1063PM 2933PA 36.23P% 29FTM 34FTA 85.3FT% 77OREB 265DREB 342REB 94AST 65TOV 53STL 32BLK 128PF 0DD2 0TD3 543PTS 406+/-

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