Dallas Mavericks

Name  Jared Cunningham
Born  5/22/1991
Height  6-4
Weight  195
College  Oregon State
Home Town  Oakland, CA
High School  San Leandro
Regular Season Totals
Regular Season Averages
2012: Selected by Cleveland in 1st round (24th overall) of the NBA Draft; Traded to Cleveland in a five-player deal, June 28th...2013: Traded to Atlanta in a four-player deal, June 27th.

Named to the All-Pac-12 First Team and All-Defensive Team in 2011-12, finishing second in the conference in scoring (17.9 ppg) and first in steals (2.5 spg), while starting all 36 games...Selected to the All-Pac-10 Second Team during his sophomore season after averaging 14.2 ppg and 2.8 spg (fifth-best in the nation)...Finished career at Oregon State ranked 13th all-time in scoring (1,271 points), second in steals (219), third in free-throws made (427) and fifth in free-throws attempted (566)...Possess elite athleticism...Quick, fast and explosive, resulting in a number of highlight reel plays...Quality upside at the offensive end as he is able to score in many different ways and has a natural ability of getting to the basket...Above-average ball-handler and is smooth and fluid in nearly everything he does...High steal totals should translate to the next level as he has quick hands and great anticipation...Athleticism shields less-than-ideal size...Needs to put on some quality weight...Has a good jumper but shot selection needs improvement...Relies on raw skills alone too often, resulting in mistakes...Can be too aggressive in the passing lanes, leaving his teammates out to dry when he misses the steal.

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