Phoenix Suns

Position
G
 
Jersey
2
Name  Eric Bledsoe
Born  12/9/1989
Height  6-1
Weight  195
College  Kentucky
Home Town  Birmingham, AL
High School  Parker
Regular Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201314167632655018327175202235691414399
20121553643253311067814722523310955137112
2011463132496282243656631144758
201018415432063299681552232899226194130
Total52732081773119416195520715823301109521399
 
Regular Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201332.917.76.21.1634.2560.6284.0704.6985.51.60.33.332.30
201220.48.53.30.4081.3951.0261.9342.9613.11.40.71.801.47
201111.63.31.20.1500.7000.5501.0751.6251.70.80.41.181.45
201022.76.72.50.3951.2220.8401.9142.7533.61.10.32.401.60
Total22.08.73.20.4961.7330.8132.1672.9793.41.30.52.171.66
 
Post Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201297391518213151823510
20111898737310121426231341523
Total28612652418142741411572033
 
Post Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201216.26.52.50.1671.3330.3332.1672.5003.00.30.50.831.67
201117.27.93.40.2730.9091.0911.2732.3642.11.20.41.362.09
Total16.87.43.10.2351.0590.8241.5882.4122.40.90.41.181.94
 
Notes:
2010: Selected by Oklahoma City in 1st round (18th overall) of the NBA Draft; Traded to LA Clippers for a 1st round pick, June 24th...2011: NBA All-Rookie Second Team...2013: Traded to Phoenix in a three-team deal, July 10th.

One of four Kentucky freshmen expected to be selected in the first round of this draft...At 6-0 and 195 pounds, Bledsoe lacks ideal size for the point guard position...Considering the fact that Bledsoe`s teammate, John Wall, was the starting point guard for the Wildcats, Bledsoe hasn`t run a team since high school...Shoots at a fairly high percentage for a guard and is truly explosive with the ball in his hands...Can attack the basket effectively or knock down a jumper...Tremendous leaping ability...Is a blur with the ball in his hands, but certainly struggled with turnovers at Kentucky, especially during his only NCAA Tournament appearance...Got away from his mid-range game in college, something he will need to utilize and develop as a pro to survive...The definition of a high-risk, high-reward prospect.

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