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Name  Lou Amundson
Born  12/7/1982
Height  6-9
Weight  225
College  UNLV
Home Town  Boulder, CO
High School  Monarch
11/12 @LA Lakers8310112310102
11/13 @Utah17520100001025
11/16 Philadelphia13210012302203
11/20 Utah4210010100001
11/22 Cleveland3000000000001
11/25 @San Antonio8100132500002
11/26 Golden State3000011200113
11/29 @Philadelphia5000002200101
12/1 @New York6210001100001
12/2 @Chicago15000004400206
12/4 Dallas11000010110023
12/6 Oklahoma City8210031401111
12/11 Detroit14520142601113
12/13 Memphis18730143700023
12/15 @Denver18210053822125
12/17 @Golden State16520134722036
12/23 @Sacramento4000000000002
12/27 Denver4210010100101
4/14 Orlando1000000000000
Season Total17638160628275569111449
2006: Signed with Sacramento...2007: Signed with Philadelphia...2008: Signed with Phoenix...2010: Signed with Golden State...2011: Traded to Indiana for Brandon Rush, Dec. 19th...2012: Signed with Minnesota to a one-year deal worth $1 million, Sept. 24th.

Named to the United States Basketball Writers Association`s All-District 8 Team as a senior in 2005-06...Earned Second-Team All-Mountain West as a senior...Has played in 120 career games and started 68 in his four year career at UNLV...Has recorded 15 double-doubles in his career...As a senior, he led UNLV in both scoring (14.3 ppg) and rebounding (8.6 rpg), and also posted nine double-doubles...Started all 30 games he appeared in as a junior, averaging 7.8 ppg and 7.5 rpg...As a sophomore, he averaged 4.5 ppg and 4.1 rpg...Averaged 2.8 ppg as a freshman in 2001-02 before sitting out the 2002-03 campaign with a medical redshirt...Well known for his tremendous rebounding capabilities...Hard worker...Has good energy...Quick...Has good jumping ability and is a solid defender...Improved greatly in many areas as a senior...Lacks range on his jump shot and his ball handling skills are limited...Needs to add some strength and moves in the post...Struggles at the free throw line.

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