Oklahoma City Thunder

Name  Perry Jones
Born  9/24/1991
Height  6-11
Weight  235
College  Baylor
Home Town  Duncanville, TX
High School  Duncanville
10/29 @Portland30310112300002
10/30 @LA Clippers4132103916730154
11/1 Denver402082204422033
11/3 @Brooklyn331662204410021
11/4 @Toronto17420001100013
12/5 @Philadelphia6000000001000
12/9 Milwaukee21521002210024
12/12 @Minnesota6000000000000
12/14 Phoenix22730102210102
12/16 @Sacramento1000001100010
12/18 @Golden State18420005500001
12/19 @LA Lakers12000000000000
12/21 New Orleans271251104400101
12/23 Portland25000003301024
12/25 @San Antonio311452201100001
12/26 Charlotte20620202200013
12/28 @Dallas261050002200001
12/31 Phoenix23840013422004
1/2 Washington13730101101000
1/5 @Golden State24000012301002
1/7 @Sacramento16311002202001
1/15 @Houston2000000000001
1/16 Golden State1000000000001
1/18 @Orlando6210002200000
1/23 @Atlanta0000000000000
1/26 Minnesota24620203310210
1/28 @New York24000005510023
1/31 @Memphis2000000000000
2/6 New Orleans0000000000000
2/8 LA Clippers9210002211001
2/11 Memphis6210000001010
2/19 Dallas9000001100002
2/22 Denver8311004410110
2/24 Indiana5000011201000
3/5 @Chicago0000000000000
3/13 Minnesota2000001100100
3/20 Atlanta5210000000000
3/22 Miami3000000001000
3/25 @San Antonio24630013421014
3/28 @Utah10000001102010
Season Total59217469132367076161772449
2012: Selected by Oklahoma City in 1st round (28th overall) of the NBA Draft.

Named All-American Honorable Mention by the Associated Press after sophomore season with Baylor...All-Big 12 Conference Second Team by AP following 2011-12 campaign...Preseason Big 12 Player of the Year by the league`s coaches, becoming the first Baylor player to earn such recognition...Named Freshman All-American Second Team, All-Big 12 Second Team and a unanimous choice for Big 12 All-Rookie Team according to the coaches...A member of the Naismith Trophy Mid-season 30, Oscar Robertson Trophy Mid-season Watch List and John R. Wooden Award Mid-season Top-25...Named to the 2012 Big 12 All-Tournament Team after averaging 22.5 points and 9.6 rebounds in three games...Finished last season averaging 13.5 points and 7.6 rebounds per contest for a Bears squad that had one of its most successful seasons ever...One of the top recruits in school history, he started a Baylor freshman-record 30 games in 2010-11, averaging 13.9 points and 7.2 rebounds per contest as he played just under 34 minutes per contest...Forced to sit out first five games of last season to satisfy six-game suspension issued by NCAA for receiving improper pre-enrollment benefits...Also missed BU`s season finale on March 9 against Oklahoma in the first round of Big 12 Championship because of NCAA suspension...Has the physical attributes to play at the next level but needs to refine his skills and continue to show growth and more of an interest in working towards a larger goal.

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