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Bibby, Mike
Background

2006-07 REGULAR SEASON: Averaged 17.1 ppg (.404 FG%, .360 3pt%, .830 FT%), 3.2 rpg, a team-leading 4.7 apg, 1.07 spg, and 34.0 mpg in starting all 82 games (only King to play in all 82 contests) … Ranked 27th in the NBA in assists, 36th in free throw percentage, seventh in three-pointers made (173), and fifth in three-pointers attempted (481) … Scored in double-figures in 72 games, registered 20-plus points 29 times, and tallied 30 or more points on seven occasions … Recorded two double-doubles … Made five or more three pointers in nine games … Led Kings in scoring in 20 games, rebounding once, and assists 41 times … Top Single-Game Performances: Posted a season-high 38 points (12-21 FG, 2-5 3pt, 12-16 FT), seven rebounds, six assists, and three steals in a season-high 48 minutes vs. LA Lakers (1/4) … Scored a game-high 32 points (11-22 FG, 3-5 3pt, 7-7 FT) to accompany three rebounds, a game-high 10 assists, and two steals in 42 minutes vs. Memphis (11/15) … Doled out a game-high 10 assists to complement 19 points, seven rebounds, and one steal in 39 minutes vs. LA Clippers (11/28) … Posted 30 points (12-21 FG, 6-12 3pt, 0-1 FT), three rebounds, three assists, and three steals in 37 minutes at Washington (2/22) … Registered a game-high 33 points (8-15 FG, 5-9 3pt, 12-14 FT), four rebounds, and seven assists in 37 minutes at LA Lakers (3/2) … Made a career-high and Kings franchise-record nine three-pointers and finished with a game-high 37 points (13-23 FG, 9-12 3pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 38 minutes vs. Phoenix (3/25).

NBA CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Averaging 16.8 ppg (.441 FG%, .371 3pt%, .807 FT%), 3.3 rpg, 6.2 apg, 1.31 spg, and 36.5 mpg in 675 regular season games through nine NBA seasons with Vancouver (1998-99 – 2000-01) and Sacramento (2001-02 – 2006-07) … Has started in all 675 contests played … Has played in 80 or more games in five of the last six seasons, including 326 of a possible 328 contests since 2003-04 … Ranks 13th among active players in career three pointers made (951) … Named to the 2003 Men’s National Team by USA Basketball … Averaging 17.7 ppg (.439 FG%, .376 3pt%, .819 FT%), 3.2 rpg, 5.4 apg, 1.23 spg, and 35.8 mpg in 461 games through six seasons with Sacramento … Ranks fifth in Kings-Royals history in assists (2,505), third in both three-point field goals made (751) and attempted (1,995), and sixth in three-point percentage and steals (565) … Ranks first in Sacramento-era history in assists, fourth in points (8,108), games played, field goals made (2,930) and attempted (6,667), free throws attempted (1,916), and steals … Set franchise record with 51 consecutive free throws made spanning 14 contests from 3/20–4/16/2003 … Has been named NBA Player of the Week on two occasions (Feb. 22-29, 2005 & Mar. 6-12, 2006) … Averaging 17.9 ppg (.418 FG%, .366 3pt%, .836 FT%), 3.6 rpg, 5.6 apg, 1.49 spg, and 39.5 mpg in 51 career playoff games, all with the Kings … Averaged a career-high 21.1 ppg (.432 FG%, .386 3pt%, .849 FT%), 2.9 rpg, 5.4 apg, 1.00 spg, and 38.5 mpg in starting all 82 games in 2005-06, ranking 19th in the NBA in scoring … Posted 19.6 ppg (.443 FG%, .360 3pt%, .775 FT%), a career-high 4.2 rpg, 6.8 apg, 1.55 spg, and 38.6 mpg in starting 80 games in 2004-05, ranking 22nd in scoring, ninth in assists, 14th in steals, and 12th in minutes ... Recorded second career triple-double and first as a King with 17 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists versus Cleveland (1/20/05) … Averaged 18.4 ppg (.450 FG%, .392 3pt%, .815 FT%), 3.4 rpg, 5.4 apg, 1.37 spg, and 36.3 mpg in 82 games in 2003-04, finishing 23rd in the NBA in scoring, 18th in assists, 22nd in steals, and 21st in three-point percentage ... Posted a team-leading 20.0 ppg (.429 FG%, .436 3pt%, .873 FT%), 4.2 rpg, 7.0 apg, 1.92 spg, and 41.4 mpg in starting 12 postseason games in 2004 vs. Dallas and Minnesota, ranking ninth in the NBA in playoff scoring average, fifth in assists, and seventh in steals … Scored a postseason career-high 36 points (14-23 FG, 6-8 3pt, 2-2 FT) to complement four rebounds, eight assists, and a playoff career-best five steals in Game 5 of the opening round vs. Dallas (4/29/04) … Averaged 15.9 ppg (career-high shooting percentages of .470 FG%, .409 3pt%, .861 FT%), 2.7 rpg, 5.2 apg, 1.31 spg, and 33.4 mpg in starting all 55 games he played in 2002-03, missing the first 27 contests of the season after surgery to repair a stress fracture in his left foot … Has started in 353 of a possible 355 games since the injury … Prior to the foot injury, he had played and started in 294 of a possible 296 games to begin his career (including a stretch of 246 consecutive starts for the Vancouver Grizzlies before the streak was snapped on 1/6/02 vs. Milwaukee due to a sprained right knee) … Grizzlies’ all-time leader in assists … Led Vancouver in assists in 187 of his 214 games with the club … Averaged 13.7 ppg (.453 FG%, .370 3pt%, .803 FT%), 2.8 rpg, 5.0 apg, 1.08 spg, and 33.2 mpg in 2001-02, starting all 80 games in which he played … Followed up a strong regular season with a breakout postseason in 2002, averaging 20.3 ppg (.444 FG%, .424 3pt%, .826 FT%), 3.8 rpg, 1.43 spg, and 41.3 mpg in starting all 16 games … Averaged 22.7 ppg (.445 FG%, .346 3pt%, .750 FT%), 3.6 rpg, 4.4 apg, 2.00 spg, and 44.7 mpg in seven games against the LA Lakers in the 2002 Western Conference Finals … Averaged 15.9 ppg (.454 FG%, .379 3pt%, .761 FT%), 3.7 rpg, 8.4 apg (fourth in NBA), and 38.9 mpg along with 1.30 spg in starting all 82 games in 2000-01 … Averaged 14.5 ppg (.445 FG%, .363 3pt%, .780 FT%), 3.7 rpg, 8.1 apg (eighth in NBA), a career-high 1.61 spg (15th in NBA), and 38.5 mpg in starting all 82 games in 1999-00 … Tallied his first career triple-double as a member for the Grizzlies with 14 points, a career-high 11 rebounds, and 11 assists versus Dallas (4/2/00) … Participated in the Schick Rookie Challenge and was fourth in the AT&T three-point contest during the 2000 All-Star Weekend in Oakland … Earned Schick First-Team All-Rookie honors in 1998-99 after averaging 13.2 ppg (.430 FG%, .203 3pt%, .751 FT%), 2.7 rpg, 6.5 apg (13th in NBA), 1.56 spg (25th in NBA), and 35.2 mpg in starting all 50 games … Has registered 80 career double-doubles … Has scored 20-plus points in a game 221 times, posted 30 or more points in 32 games, and tallied 40 or more points five times.

TEAM USA: Named to the 2003 Men’s National Team by USA Basketball in April of 2003 … Helped lead the United States to a 10-0 record and a gold medal at the 2003 FIBA Americas Olympic Qualifying Tournament held in Puerto Rico … In 10 games off the bench, averaged 8.7 ppg (.604 FG%, tournament-leading .571 3pt%, .813 FT%), 2.1 rpg, 4.8 apg (3rd in tournament), 1.51 spg, and 20.4 mpg … Led all Team USA members in minutes played (204), three-pointers made (16), three-point percentage (.571, 16-of-28), and steals (15) … Also finished second in total assists (48) and assists average … Paced Team USA in assists three times and steals on three occasions.

COLLEGE: Opted for early entry into the 1998 NBA Draft following sophomore season at Arizona (1997-98) … Is the highest NBA Draft selection in Arizona history … As a freshman (1996-97), helped lead the Wildcats to the 1997 NCAA Championship, tallying 19 points, a team-high nine rebounds, four assists, and three steals in the 84-79 Championship Game victory against Kentucky … Selected to the ‘97 All-Final Four Team, having also scored 19 points in a semifinal victory versus North Carolina … Named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year after posting season averages of 13.5 ppg (.445 FG%, .394 3pt%, .701 FT%), 3.2 rpg, and 5.2 apg, including 18.0 ppg, 4.8 rpg, and 3.3 apg during UA’s six-game championship run in the NCAA Tournament … Earned consensus First-Team All-America honors and was named Pac-10 Player of the Year as a sophomore, averaging 17.2 ppg (.464 FG%, .387 3pt%, .755 FT%), 3.0 rpg, and 5.7 apg … Finished third in voting for the 1998 Wooden Award (National Collegiate Player of the Year) … Played and started in all 69 games during his Wildcat career, averaging 15.4 ppg (.456 FG%, .390 3pt%, .730 FT%), 3.1 rpg, and 5.4 apg … One of only four players in school history to have his jersey retired when his number 10 was sent to the rafters on November 11, 2005 in a halftime ceremony of the Wildcat’s exhibition game vs. Sonoma State (others- Sean Elliott, Steve Kerr, and Jason Gardner) … Teamed with Mavericks guard Jason Terry at UA.


Personal
Full name is Michael Bibby Nickname is ‘Bib’ Age 29 Mother is Virginia Bibby Father is nine-year NBA player (New York, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Diego) Henry Bibby Girlfriend is Darcy Has three children, nine-year-old son, Michael, six-year-old daughter, Janae, and three-year-old daughter, Mia Has four siblings, brothers Dane and Hank, and sisters, Charlsie and Roslyn Brother-in-law is New Jersey Nets guard Eddie House Major at Arizona was family studies Appeared in two commercial spots directed by Spike Lee which aired throughout the 2004-05 season promoting Turner Sports’ (TNT) coverage of the NBA One of only seven NBA players to be selected as an endorsee for Nike’s Brand Jordan product line Served as a national representative to the 2002-03 Jr. NBA/WNBA Advisory Council, supporting the program’s efforts to promote sportsmanship and the fundamentals of basketball Focuses personal charitable efforts on disadvantaged youth, including hospital visits to ill children, and Adopt-a-Family programs during the holidays Assisted in the Kings’ Hurricane Katrina relief efforts Represented the Kings during the summer of 2005 on the NBA Wheel of Fortune Week, donating his winnings to the Hurricane Katrina relief cause … Donated time and labor to help refurbish a Kings Reading and Learning Center at the Stanford Settlement in Sacramento Plays in off-season charity golf tournaments Hosts an annual summer basketball camp in Sacramento and in his hometown of Phoenix His Kings contract extension press conference and subsequent public autograph appearance was held in the summer of 2002 at the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, which is owned by the Maloof Family Enjoys spending time with his family and friends and playing video games Was a three-time Arizona High School Player of the Year selection and a 1996 McDonalds All-American at Shadow Mountain HS in Phoenix Shoe size 12 1/2 (Brand Jordan).
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Bibby, Mike POS:10 -Guard
Horford, Al POS:15 -Center-Forward
Johnson, Anthony POS: -Guard
Johnson, Joe POS:2 -Guard
Jones, Solomon POS:44 -Forward
Law, Acie POS:4 -Guard
Pachulia, Zaza POS:Center -
Richardson, Jeremy POS:32 -Guard-Forward
Smith, Josh POS:5 -Forward
Stoudamire, Salim POS:20 -Guard
West, Mario POS:6 -Guard
Williams, Marvin POS:24 -Forward
Williams, Shelden POS:22 -Forward-Center
Wright, Lorenzen POS:55 -Center-Forward
 
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