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Does Jones fit criteria for Most Improved award?
Jones close to regaining strength, confidence
Could Fred Jones become free agent?
Jones reconsidering dunk contest decision
Jones eyes rare double with triples
Should Jones move into larger role?
With Tinsley out, Jones may get call at point
Why is Fred Jones underrated?
Has Jones hit the wall?
Is Jones headed toward stardom?
Jones refuses to yield to obstacles
Analyzing the shooting guards
Trade will have impact on Jones' minutes
Could Jones eventually succeed Reggie?
Jones Taking Advantage of First Playoff Chance
Slam-Dunk Title Vaults Jones into Bigger Role
Jones a Slam Dunk for All-Star Weekend
Jones Dazzles in Winning Dunk Title
Jones Playing Like a 1st-Round Pick
2004-05 Player HQ
Number: 20 Height: 6-2 Weight: 218 Birthday: 3/11/79
Confidence gained from winning the NBA Slam-Dunk title last February was manifest in dramatically improved performance over the second half of last season, when he developed into a valuable reserve. He struggled mightily with jump shot and decision-making in the early stages of the season but as his confidence grew those problems lessened. A strong and willing defender, he has the combination of quickness and strength to guard either backcourt spot. Still just scratching the surface of his potential, he established himself as a solid player in his first opportunity at a spot in the rotation. The acquisition of Stephen Jackson will likely mean a cutback in playing time this season but Jones still figures prominently in the franchise's plans.
2004 Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk Champion de-throned the two-time defending champion Jason Richardson
In third game of the '03-04 season and first start, scored 15 points at Atlanta, 11/1
Led bench with a career-high 18 points vs. Atlanta, 12/12
After playing a total of 115 minutes in 19 appearances in 2002-03, played in all but one game and averaged 18.6 minutes a game last season
Dealt a career-high six assists twice, vs. Orlando, 12/17, and Golden State, 2/24
Scored 13 points in the Pacers' 83-65 victory in Game 5 of the conference finals
What’s the most important thing a coach ever told you?
Work hard every day.
If you weren’t a pro basketball player, what pro sport would you be playing (and what position?)
What’s your favorite charity/community memory?
Big Brothers & Sisters.
Who is the most famous person you ever met?
What reality show would you like to participate in and why?
The Bachelor because there’s about 30 ladies to choose from.
Signed through 2004-05. The team has an option for the 2005-06 season
Full name is Frederick Terrell Jones
Majored in sociology at Oregon
Hobbies include attending church and watching TV
Favorite television show is “Martin”
Was named the Oregon Player of the Year twice and the Class 4A Player of the Year twice
Wears a size 15 basketball shoe.