• Chris Duhon
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2007-08 Statistics

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Born: 1982-08-31
Height: 6-1 /  1,85
Weight: 185  lbs. / 83,9  kg.
College: Duke
Years Pro: 4


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Career Transactions: Drafted by the Chicago Bulls in the second round (38th overall) of NBA Draft 2004 … re-signed by the Bulls (08/15/05).

2006-07 (Chicago): Played in 78 games, with 30 starts, and averaged 7.2 ppg, 4.0 apg and 2.2 rpg in 24.5 mpg … shot a career-high .410 from the floor … finished 13th in the NBA in assists per turnover (2.95) … 19 times he led the Bulls in assists and once in points … 22 games of 10+ points, including one of 20+ points … registered one double-double … had 11 assists, eight in the first quarter, vs. CLE (12/30) … tied his career-high 12 assists vs. PHI (12/06) … two games with 10+ assists … two games on the Inactive List, one with a bruised left thigh at ATL (12/16) … two DNP-CDs … 2007 Playoffs: Played in nine games for the Bulls … averaged 3.6 ppg, 2.3 apg and 1.8 rpg in 19.1 mpg.

Career: Has appeared in 234 games for the Bulls, with 141 starts, and has averaged 7.2 ppg, 3.0 apg, 2.6 rpg in 26.7 mpg and shot .387 from the floor, including .358 from three-point range, and .778 from the line … has averaged an impressive 3.17 assists per turnover during his career … has four double-doubles and one triple-double (18 points and career-highs of 12 assists and 10 rebounds vs. CHA on 11/02/05) … now ranks ninth in team history in career 3FGM with 282, ninth in 3FGA with 788 and 10th in 3FG% at .358 … has made 21 post-season appearances and averaged 4.7 ppg, 2.8 rpg and 2.6 apg in 22.0 mpg … 2005-06 (Chicago): Saw action in 74 games, 38 starts, and finished with averages of 8.7 ppg, 5.0 apg, 3.0 rpg and 29.1 mpg, shot .400 from the field, .360 from three-point land and .818 from the line … finished eighth in the NBA in assists per turnover (3.19) … set career highs with 12 assists and 10 rebounds, en route to his first career triple-double, as he added 18 points vs. CHA (11/02) … finished with 22 points vs. BOS (12/17) after nailing 6-of-7 three-pointers and also dished out eight assists … scored a career-high 26 (8-13 FG, 6-8 3FG, 4-4 FT) points in a reserve role at TOR (01/25) … had one DNP-CD … missed a total of seven games due to injury: one with a right knee contusion (11/09), two with a left thigh contusion (02/06, 02/12) and four with low back pain (03/14-03/15, 04/11-04/12) … 2006 Playoffs: In six games against the Heat, he averaged 5.0 ppg, 2.7 rpg and 2.0 apg in 21.8 mpg … 2004-05 (Chicago): One of two Bulls to appear in all 82 games, including 73 starts, and finished with averages of 6.0 ppg, 4.9 apg, 2.6 rpg, 1.01 spg and 26.6 mpg … shot .354 from the floor, including .355 from downtown, and .731 on free throws … notched his first career double-double with 13 points and 10 assists versus Milwaukee (03/07) … hit a then-franchise record eight three-pointers at Atlanta (04/16) and finished with a season-high 24 points … 2005 Playoffs: Appeared in six games, with five starts, and averaged 6.2 ppg, 4.3 rpg and 3.5 apg in 26.5 mpg … grabbed 10 rebounds and scored seven points against the Wizards (04/24).

College Career: Only player in the history of the ACC to finish with at least 1,000 points, 800 assists, 475 rebounds, 300 steals and 125 3-FG … finished first in school history in minutes played (4,813) and steals (300) and second in assists (819) … member of two Final Four squads … his 38 steals in the NCAA Tournament rank second all-time behind former Blue Devil Grant Hill (39) … helped the Blue Devils claim three ACC Championships during his four years in Durham … Duke finished 123-21 during his four years, posting more wins than all but one player in ACC history (Shane Battier, 131) … earned Associated Press Third Team All-America and First Team All-ACC honors … named to the ACC All-Defensive and All-Tournament teams … averaged a career-high 10.0 ppg, a team-best 6.1 apg, 4.1 rpg and a Duke-best 2.17 spg in a team-high 35.4 mpg … garnered All-ACC Third Team accolades as a junior and averaged 9.2 ppg, a career-best 6.4 apg (11th in NCAA), 3.2 rpg and 1.90 spg in 36.0 mpg … named honorable mention All-ACC, All-Defensive Team and to the All-ACC Tournament Second Team his sophomore campaign … selected to the Second Team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News and named the 2001 ACC Rookie of the Year … earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors four times … tallied 10 points and six assists in 39 minutes as Duke defeated Arizona for the 2001 NCAA National Championship.


Full name is Chris Nicholas Duhon … son of Vivian Harper … majored in Sociology with a Markets and Management Certificate … very active with the team’s philanthropic efforts … made a personal donation to the Bulls Holiday Food Drive and Spring Food Drive last year … featured in radio and television PSA’s promoting FestaBulls and the Bulls’ Spring Food Drive … participated in the Department of Children and Family Services Holiday Dinner and the Chicago Housing Authorities Holiday Party … attended honor ceremony for Chicago’s MVP’s for a Black History Month celebration … hosted his annual Chris Duhon Basketball Camp in his hometown of Slidell, La. … participated in Basketball Without Borders in Africa, Europe and Asia … attended the Chicago Public Schools “Back to School Bash” for more than 500 local students to promote the first day of school … participated in the Kanye West Foundation’s Back to School Event for more than 350 students … organized the Chris Duhon Stand Tall Foundation in 2005, immediately following Hurricane Katrina, to aid the victims with primary needs and to assist in the rebuilding of his hometown of Slidell, La.; organized three supply drives in the Chicago area to gather emergency items for the residents of Slidell and coordinated the delivery and distribution with the city’s mayor … received The Sporting News 2006 Good Guy Award for his Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.

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