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San Antonio Spurs | #8 | Guard











6'1" | 180lb | 32 years

Player Bio


Is in his 11thNBA season, his ninthwith the Spurs ... signed by San Antonio on 3/27/12 ... re-signed with the team on 7/13/12,7/12/14and again on 8/4/17... originally selected by the Portland Trail Blazers in the second round of the 2009 NBA Draft with the 55th overall pick ... spent two seasons with the Trail Blazers ... has appeared in 605NBA games, averaging 8.4points, 2.4assists and 1.7rebounds in 19.0minutes ... a career .391(905-2,316) shooter from long range ... sits eighth on the NBA’s all-time three list for three-pointers made off the bench (786) and ninth (tied) for postseason three-pointers made off the bench (90) ...ranks third on the Spurs all-time three-pointers made list (856) ...ranks 10th on San Antonio’s all-time games played (531) and postseason games played (85) lists of two players in Spurs history to score 4,000 points off the bench along with Manu Ginobili ...stands as the only Spurs player to ever record five seasons with 120-or-more three-pointers made in the Silver and Black ...has appeared in 90playoff games, averaging 6.7points, 1.7assists and 1.5rebounds in 16.0minutes ... has also played professionally in China and Australia ... member of the Australian National Team since 2007 ... played for the Bombers in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing ... was the only collegiate basketball player competing in the 2008 Olympic Games ... the youngest player in the history of Australia to compete in the Olympic Games in basketball ... in six games he averaged a team-best 14.2 points per game while coming off the bench in each game ... helped the Boomers qualify for the 2012 Olympics by capturing the 2011 FIBA Oceanic Championship ... was the leading scorer in the 2012 Olympics in London, averaging 21.2 points ... helped guide the Boomers to the second round ... posted a tournament-high 39 points (9-15 FG, 5-7 3FG, 6-6) vs. Great Britain ... led the Boomers to a first place finish at the 2013 FIBA Oceania Championship ... guidedAustralia to a fourth place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympics, averaging 21.3 points, 1.7 assists and 1.6 assists in 29.6 in seven games ... ranked second in the tournament in scoring...helped Australia capture their first-ever victory against the United States by scoring 30 points in a FIBA World Cup exhibition match, including the Boomers final 10 points in front of 52,079 fans in Melbourne ... win snapped the Americans 78-game winningstreak in major competitions and exhibitions ... averaged 22.5 points and 3.9 assists at the 2019 FIBA World Cup, helping Australia to a fourth-place finish.