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Darrell Armstrong #3 | Point Guard | New Orleans Hornets
Height: 6-1 Weight: 180 Born: Jun 22, 1968 - Gastonia, North Carolina College: Fayetteville State
Draft: None

 

Position: G

Born: 06/22/68

Height: 6-1 / 1,85

Weight: 180 lbs. / 81,6 kg.

College: Fayetteville State '91

  Darrell Armstrong #3   |   Point Guard   |   New Orleans Hornets

Height: 6-1       Weight: 180       Born: Jun 22, 1968 - Gastonia, North Carolina       College: Fayetteville State

Draft: None

 

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 Recent News

  • Lakers 107, Hornets 88 Mar 31 (AP)

  • Bench/Start Mar 28 (Fanball)

  • Suns 99, Hornets 94 Mar 26 (AP)

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   Guard Comparisons

 

  Scoring    Assists   Steals   3PT Made  

 

   

Armstrong    10.4 

League Average   10.5 

League Leader   28.0 

 

 

 

 

  Scoring   Assists    Steals   3PT Made  

  

   

Armstrong    3.6 

League Average   2.3 

League Leader   6.8 

 

 

 

 

  Scoring   Assists   Steals    3PT Made  

  

   

Armstrong    1.7 

League Average   0.9 

League Leader   2.4 

 

 

 

 

  Scoring   Assists   Steals   3PT Made   

  

   

Armstrong    1.7 

League Average   0.8 

League Leader   2.7 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Next Game (3/31 vs. UTH)  FG  3PT  FT  Rebounds  Misc

  G Min  M A Pct   M A Pct   M A Pct   Off Def Tot   Ast TO Stl Blk PF PPG  

 Last game vs UTH 0 22  3 6 50.0   3 5 60.0   0 0 0.0   0 2 2   5 2 2 0 1 9  

 Career vs. UTH 13 32.9  5.2 11.5 45.0   1.4 4.2 33.3   2.6 3.2 81.0   0.9 1.9 2.8   5.6 2.2 1.5 0.1 2.9 14.3  

 Away (this year) 35 28.1  3.7 8.8 41.4   1.7 5.2 33.0   1.1 1.4 80.0   0.9 1.8 2.7   3.3 2.0 1.5 0.2 2.0 10.2  

 0 Days Rest (this year) 19 28.0  4.0 9.2 44.0   2.4 5.6 43.4   1.8 2.0 87.2   0.4 1.7 2.1   3.7 2.2 1.3 0.1 1.4 12.3  

 

 Season Outlook  FG  3PT  FT  Rebounds  Misc

  G Min  M A Pct   M A Pct   M A Pct   Off Def Tot   Ast TO Stl Blk PF PPG  

 Last 5 Games 5 30.6  4.6 10.0 46.0   1.8 6.0 30.0   1.8 2.0 90.0   0.8 2.0 2.8   5.2 2.8 1.6 0.4 1.6 12.8    

   Mar 21 (TOR) 1 26  2 6 33.3   0 3 0.0   3 3 100.0   0 3 3   6 3 0 0 1 7    

   Mar 23 (DET) 1 28  6 13 46.1   2 7 28.6   0 0 0.0   0 2 2   2 2 4 0 3 14    

   Mar 25 (@ ATL) 1 35  3 12 25.0   2 10 20.0   0 0 0.0   2 4 6   6 2 1 0 2 8     

   Mar 26 (PHO) 1 34  7 10 70.0   4 5 80.0   4 4 100.0   0 0 0   8 3 2 0 0 22    

   Mar 30 (@ LAL) 1 30  5 9 55.6   1 5 20.0   2 3 66.7   2 1 3   4 4 1 2 2 13    

 2003 Year to Date 74 27.9  3.7 9.0 40.9   1.7 5.3 32.1   1.3 1.6 83.9   0.8 2.0 2.7   3.6 1.9 1.7 0.2 1.9 10.4    

 

 Recent Career  FG  3PT  FT  Rebounds  Misc

 Year Team G  Min  M A Pct   M A Pct   M A Pct   Off Def Tot   Ast TO Stl Blk PF PPG  

 2001 ORL 82 33.3  4.2 10.1 41.9   1.7 4.8 34.9   2.2 2.5 88.8   1.0 2.9 3.9   5.5 2.1 1.9 0.1 2.0 12.4  

 2002 ORL 82 28.7  3.2 7.8 40.9   1.0 2.8 33.6   2.0 2.3 87.8   1.1 2.5 3.6   3.9 2.0 1.6 0.2 2.0 9.4  

 2003 NOR 74 27.9  3.7 9.0 40.9   1.7 5.3 32.1   1.3 1.6 83.9   0.8 2.0 2.7   3.6 1.9 1.7 0.2 1.9 10.4  

 Career 576 28.3  4.0 9.6 41.8   1.4 4.0 34.1   2.2 2.5 88.4   0.9 2.3 3.2   4.9 2.3 1.6 0.1 1.9 11.6  

 

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Last updated through games completed on Mar 30, 2004

 

2003-04
Statistics
PPG 10.4 RPG 2.70 APG 3.6 EFF + 11.16

Career Highlights

·         Posted a career-high 34 points at Philadelphia on 2/2/01

·         Dished out a career 16 assists against the L.A. Clippers on 2/14/01

 

 

TEAM

G

GS

MPG

FGM-A

FG%

3PM-A

3P%

FTM-A

FT%

OFF

DEF

TOT

APG

SPG

BPG

TO

PF

PPG

NOH

73

17

27.9

268-659

.407

124-384

.323

97-115

.843

.70

2.00

2.70

3.6

1.67

.18

1.82

1.90

10.4




 

Ranks #11 in the NBA in Steals Per Game(1.67)

Ranks #16 in the NBA in Three-Point Field Goals Made(124.0)

Ranks #8 in the NBA in Three-Point Field Goal Attempts(384.0)

Ranks #10 in the NBA in Steals(122.0)

Ranks #13 in the NBA in Steals Per Turnover(0.92)

Ranks #10 in the NBA in Three-Point Field Goals Per 48 Minutes(2.92)

Ranks #2 in the NBA in Steals Per 48 Minutes(2.88)

 




 

CAREER AVERAGES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

 

YEAR

TEAM

G

GS

MPG

FG%

3P%

FT%

OFF

DEF

RPG

APG

SPG

BPG

TO

PF

PPG

94-95

ORL

3

0

2.7

.375

.333

1.000

.30

.00

.30

1.0

.33

.00

.33

1.00

3.3

95-96

ORL

13

0

3.2

.500

.500

1.000

.00

.20

.20

.4

.46

.00

.46

.30

3.2

96-97

ORL

67

0

15.1

.383

.304

.868

.50

.60

1.10

2.6

.91

.13

1.48

1.70

6.1

97-98

ORL

48

17

25.8

.411

.368

.854

1.40

2.00

3.30

4.9

1.21

.10

2.33

2.00

9.2

98-99

ORL

50

15

30.0

.441

.365

.904

1.10

2.50

3.60

6.7

2.16

.08

3.16

1.80

13.8

99-00

ORL

82

82

31.6

.433

.340

.911

.80

2.50

3.30

6.1

2.06

.11

3.02

1.70

16.2

00-01

ORL

75

75

36.9

.412

.355

.884

1.30

3.30

4.60

7.0

1.80

.17

2.67

2.10

15.9

01-02

ORL

82

79

33.3

.419

.349

.888

1.00

2.90

3.90

5.5

1.91

.12

2.13

2.00

12.4

02-03

ORL

82

23

28.7

.409

.336

.878

1.10

2.50

3.60

3.9

1.65

.16

1.95

2.00

9.4

03-04

NOH

73

17

27.9

.407

.323

.843

.70

2.00

2.70

3.6

1.67

.18

1.82

1.90

10.4

Career

 

575

308

28.3

.417

.342

.884

.90

2.30

3.20

4.9

1.66

.13

2.25

1.90

11.6

Playoff

 

24

13

35.7

.429

.333

.894

1.00

2.80

3.80

4.2

1.50

.13

2.79

2.80

12.3




 

CAREER TOTALS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REBOUNDS

 

YEAR

TEAM

G

GS

MIN

FGM-A

3PM-A

FTM-A

OFF

DEF

TOT

AST

STL

BLK

TO

PF

PTS

94-95

ORL

3

0

8

3-8

2-6

2-2

1

0

1

3

1

0

1

3

10

95-96

ORL

13

0

41

16-32

6-12

4-4

0

2

2

5

6

0

6

4

42

96-97

ORL

67

0

1,010

132-345

55-181

92-106

35

41

76

175

61

9

99

114

411

97-98

ORL

48

17

1,236

156-380

25-68

105-123

65

94

159

236

58

5

112

96

442

98-99

ORL

50

15

1,502

230-522

69-189

161-178

53

127

180

335

108

4

158

90

690

99-00

ORL

82

82

2,590

484-1,119

137-403

225-247

65

205

270

501

169

9

248

137

1,330

00-01

ORL

75

75

2,767

413-1,002

143-403

220-249

94

249

343

524

135

13

200

155

1,189

01-02

ORL

82

79

2,730

347-828

139-398

182-205

83

236

319

453

157

10

175

166

1,015

02-03

ORL

82

23

2,350

263-643

78-232

165-188

91

204

295

323

135

13

160

167

769

03-04

NOH

73

17

2,036

268-659

124-384

97-115

54

145

199

266

122

13

133

136

757

Career

 

575

308

16,270

2,312-5,538

778-2,276

1,253-1,417

541

1,303

1,844

2,821

952

76

1,292

1,068

6,655

Playoff

 

24

13

857

94-219

32-96

76-85

24

67

91

100

36

3

67

68

296




 

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Was not drafted...Played in the Global Basketball Association with South Georgia (1991-92 and 1992-93)...Played in the United States Basketball League with Atlanta (1992-94)...Played in the Continental Basketball Association with Capital Region (1992-93)...Played in Cyprus (1993-94)...Played in Spain (1994-95)...Signed as a free agent by Orlando (Apr. 8, 1995)...Re-signed as a free agent by Orlando (Aug. 17, 1996).

 

 





 

Season Highs / Career Highs

 

2003-04 HIGHS

CAREER HIGHS

Points

35 @ San Antonio 1/24/04

35 @ San Antonio 1/24/04

Field Goals Made

12 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

13 vs. Sacramento 11/30/99

Field Goals Attempted

24 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

24 2 Times

Three Point Field Goals Made

5 2 Times

7 vs. Washington 2/07/01

Three Point Field Goals Attempted

13 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

13 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

Free Throws Made

9 @ San Antonio 1/24/04

11 vs. Charlotte 3/23/99

Free Throws Attempted

9 @ San Antonio1/24/04

11 2 Times

Offensive Rebounds

3 2 Times

5 5 Times

Defensive Rebounds

6 vs. Atlanta 10/29/03

8 3 Times

Total Rebounds

8 vs. Atlanta 10/29/03

12 @ Cleveland 4/08/99

Assists

11 vs. Dallas 2/04/04

16 vs. L.A. Clippers 2/14/01

Steals

6 vs. Atlanta 12/26/03

7 @ Chicago 3/20/00

Blocks

3 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

3 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

Minutes Played

42 5 Times

49 @ Philadelphia 2/02/01

 

BACKGROUND



 

Darrell Armstrong played basketball in Spain and Cyprus as well as an assortment of minor leagues in the United States before entering the NBA.

2002-03:
The only player to appear in all 82 games for Orlando, averaging 9.4 ppg., 3.9 apg., 3.6 rpg. and team-high-tying 1.65 stlpg. in 28.7 minpg….Also shot a team-best .878 (165-188) from the free throw line…Made 23 starts, averaging 10.4 ppg., 4.8 apg., 4.3 rpg. and 1.43 stllpg. in 33.0 minpg. during that span…Tied for eighth in the NBA in free throw percentage, tied for 14th in steals, 19th in steals-to-turnover ratio (0.84, 135-160) and tied for 37th in assists…Led (or tied) the team in assists 23 times, including a season-high 11 assists on Dec. 30 vs. Washington and Dec. 18 @ Utah…Recorded double figures in assists three times…Scored in double figures 38 times, including a season-best 21 points on Nov. 1 @ Minnesota…Also led (or tied) the team in rebounding three times, including a season-high 10 boards on Nov. 14 @ L.A. Clippers…Recorded at least one steal in 66 games and had two-or-more steals 40 times…Moved up on Magic’s all-time list in games played (2nd, 447) on Dec. 18 @ Utah, minutes played (4th, 13,693) on Mar. 3 @ Chicago, field goals made (6th, 1,975) on Feb. 28 @ New York, steals (2nd, 719) on Nov. 30 vs. Atlanta, assists (2nd, 2,344) on Dec. 18 @ Utah, rebounds (6th, 1,514) on Jan. 21 @ Cleveland, free throws attempted (6th, 1,131) and minutes played (5th, 11,941) on Oct. 30 @ Miami…Earned NBA’s Community Assist Award for March…Played in all seven postseason games (one start), averaging 9.4 ppg., 3.7 apg. and 2.4 rpg. in 32.3 minpg….Tied career-playoff high with eight assists on Apr. 25 vs. Detroit (Game #3).

2001-02:
Served as co-captain of the Magic...Played in all 82 games for Orlando, averaging 12.4 ppg., team-high 5.5 apg., 3.9 rpg., and team-high 1.91 stlpg. in 33.3 minpg...Only Magic player to play in all 82 contests and made 79 starts...Tied for third in the NBA in free throw percentage (182-205, .888), ranked sixth in steals, tied for 10th in steal/turnover ratio (0.90, 157/175) and tied for 19th in assists...Led (or tied) the team in assists a team-best 38 times and in scoring six times...Scored in double figures 55 times, including a season-high 29 points on Nov. 21 vs. Minnesota...Netted 20-plus points in 10 outings...Recorded at least one steal in 72 games and had two-or-more steals 47 times, including a season-high six steals on Nov. 26 vs. Detroit...Had at least one steal in 21 straight games (Dec. 26-Feb. 12)...Appeared in 400th career game on March 8 vs. Washington...Passed Jeff Turner (411) for third place on Magic's all-time games played list on Apr. 4 vs. Cleveland...Moved to ninth on all-time rebounding list (1, 254) on Feb. 26 @ Chicago, third on assists list (1,938) and fifth in free throws made (873) on Dec. 19 vs. Utah.

2000-01:
Served as captain of the Magic....Played and started in 75 games, averaging 15.9 ppg., team-high 7.0 apg., 4.6 rpg. and team-best 1.80 stlpg. in 36.9 minpg.....Also led the team in free throw percentage (.884, 220-249)....Posted career-highs in assists, rebounding and minutes played....Finished eighth in the NBA in free throw percentage, eighth in steals, 13th in assists and 39th in minutes played....Had streaks of 206 consecutive games played and 160 consecutive starts made stopped after being placed on Injured List with a strained groin on Apr. 4....Scored in double figures 63 times, including a career-high 34 points on Feb. 2 @ Philadelphia, and led (or tied) the team in scoring 11 times....Scored 20-plus points 21 times....Led (or tied) the team in assists 54 times, including a career-best 16 assists on Feb. 14 vs. L.A. Clippers....Had double digits in assists a team-best 15 times....Named NBA Player of the Week for the period ending Feb. 4....Recorded 16 double-doubles....Led (or tied) the team in rebounding five times....Had two or more steals in 37 games....Tied career-high with two blocks on Nov. 8 vs. Charlotte....Started in all four playoff games vs. Milwaukee, averaging 13.3 ppg., 5.5 rpg., 4.8 apg. and team-high 2.00 stlpg. in 41.8 minpg.

1999-00:
Served as captain of the Magic....Played and started all 82 games, averaging career-high 16.2 ppg., team-best 6.1 apg., 3.3 rpg. and team-high/career-high 2.06 stlpg. in 31.6 minpg. with Orlando....Led the team in scoring, assists, steals and minutes played....Ranked third in the NBA in free throw percentage (.911, 225-of-247), tied for third in steals and finished 16th in assists....Scored in double-figures a team-high 68 times, including 33 points vs. Dallas on Nov. 24....Led (or tied) the Magic in scoring a team-high 30 times....Led (or tied) the team in assists a team-best 57 times, recording double-figures in 10 games, including 14 on Nov. 24 vs. Dallas....Recorded a team-high 10 double-doubles....Had two or more steals in 44 outings, including a career-high seven steals on Mar. 20 @ Chicago.

1998-99:
Averaged then career-highs of 13.8 ppg., team-best 6.7 apg., 3.6 rpg. and 2.16 stlpg. in 30.0 minpg. with Orlando....Earned the NBA's Most Improved Player Award, as well as the league's Sixth Man Award....Became the first player in league history to capture both honors during the same season....Also named NBA Player-of-the-Week for games played Mar. 22 through Mar. 28....During that span, averaged 22.3 ppg., 4.8 apg., 3.5 rpg. and 3.50 stlpg. in 30.0 minpg. without making a start....Scored in double-figures 37 times, including career-high 28 points vs. Boston (Apr. 5) and vs. Charlotte (Mar. 23)....Ranked third in the NBA in free throw percentage, going 161-of-178 (.904) from the charity stripe....Also finished second on the Magic and eighth in the league in steals (108 - 2.16 stlpg.)....Went 69-for-189 (.365) from behind the three-point arc....Led (or tied) the team in assists 35 times, recording double-figures six times, including career-high 13 at Chicago (May 5)....Excelled in the fourth quarter, netting 225 of his total points over the final 12 minutes of regulation, tops on the club....Part of his late heroics included steal and game-winning layup as time expired vs. Philadelphia (Mar. 15)....Pulled down a career-high 12 rebounds at Cleveland (Apr. 8)....Also averaged 14.8 ppg., 6.3 apg., 5.0 rpg. and 2.25 stlpg. against Philadelphia during the NBA Playoffs.

1997-98:
Averaged then career-highs of 9.2 ppg., 4.9 apg., 3.3 rpg. and 1.2 stlpg....Saw his season cut short by a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder....Originally suffered injury Jan. 31 vs. Phoenix and re-aggravated it Feb. 5 vs. Washington....Underwent season-ending surgery Feb. 14....Saw action in 48 games with 17 starts....The starts were the first of his career....Made first career start at New York (Jan. 3), tallying 12 points, six assists, three steals and three rebounds....Led or tied for Magic game-high honors in assists 26 times, steals 15 times, points five times and rebounding twice.

1996-97:
Averaged 6.1 ppg., 2.6 apg. and 1.1 rpg during the regular season....Averaged 11.4 ppg., 4.2 rpg. and 3.4 apg. during five playoff games against Miami....Set playoff career- highs of 21 points (Apr. 29, Game 3), nine rebounds (May 1, Game 4), eight assists (Apr. 29) and four steals (Apr. 29) in first round series vs. Heat....Appeared in 67 regular season games....Scored 411 points during the season, after scoring 52 career points in 16 career NBA games over the previous two seasons....Recorded first double-double with 17 points and a then-career-high 10 assists at Sacramento (Dec. 8)....Led or tied Magic in assists 13 times....Drew team-high 31 charges during the season.

1995-96:
Saw action in 13 games, scoring 42 points, making six steals, dishing out five assists and grabbing two rebounds in 41 minutes of play....Hit 16-of-32 shots (50 pct.) from the field overall and went six-of-12 from three-point range....Went four-of-four from the free throw line....Participated in the Slam Dunk competition during the 1996 NBA All-Star Weekend....Played for Orlando in 1996 Summer League action, averaging 15.3 ppg., 4.8 apg. and 1.7 stlpg., while shooting 51 percent from three-point range (22-43 3FGs), in nine games in New York and Utah.

1995-94:
Played in Spanish League with Coren Orense, averaging 24.6 ppg., 4.5 rpg. and 2.5 apg. in 38 games en route to 1994-95 European All-Star accolades....Signed with Magic as a free agent on April 8 and went on to see action in three games, scoring 10 points and dealing out three assists in eight minutes of play.

1994-93:
Played in Cyprus, an island in the Mediterranean off of southern Turkey, and averaged 32.0 ppg. and 8.0 apg. en route to Player-of-the-Year honors....Played with Atlanta in the USBL....Averaged 12.7 ppg., 3.0 rpg., 2.7 apg. and 2.7 stlpg. in 19.7 minpg. for Orlando in 1994 Southern Rookie Revue Summer League



 


 

 

PERSONAL



 

·         Full name is Darrell Eugene Armstrong

·         He and his wife Deidra have two daughters, Arkia and Mayliah, and one son, Darrell, Jr.

·         Earned the NBA's Community Assist Award during March 2003

·         A two-time recipient of the Rich and Helen DeVos Community Enrichment Award (1998, 2000)....The only player ever to be honored twice

·         In 2000, was named among 99 professional athletes as "Good Guys in Sports" by The Sporting News, recognizing athletes for outstanding character and exemplary civic responsibility

·         Inducted into the Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame in May of 1998....Other inductees have included Denzel Washington, Michael Jordan, Gale Sayers and Brooks Robinson

·         Earned Hometown Hero Award during the 1999 Florida Sports Awards for his community service efforts

·         Established the Darrell Armstrong Foundation for Premature Babies

·         In partnership with Orange County Public Schools and to reinforce positive behavior, visited "Armstrong Allies" at the Orlando Regional Juvenile Detention Center

·         Enjoys listening to music and watching music videos

 

 

Player Profile

Darrell Armstrong | 3

Position: G

Born: 06/22/68

Height: 6-1 / 1,85

Weight: 180 lbs. / 81,6 kg.

College - Fayetteville State '91

 


 


 

2003-04 Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

 

TEAM

G

GS

MPG

FGM-A

FG%

3PM-A

3P%

FTM-A

FT%

OFF

DEF

TOT

APG

SPG

BPG

TO

PF

PPG

NOH

73

17

27.9

268-659

.407

124-384

.323

97-115

.843

.70

2.00

2.70

3.6

1.67

.18

1.82

1.90

10.4

 

Career Highlights



 

·         Posted a career-high 34 points at Philadelphia on 2/2/01

·         Dished out a career 16 assists against the L.A. Clippers on 2/14/01

·         Tied for eighth in the NBA in free throw percentage, tied for 14th in steals, 19th in steals-to-turnover ratio, and tied for 37th in assists in the 02-03 season

·         Finished eighth in the NBA in free throw percentage, eighth in steals, 13th in assists in the 2000-01 season

·         Led the 1999-00 Magic in assists per game (6.1, 16th in the NBA), free-throw percentage (.911, 3rd in the NBA), steals per game (2.06, 3rd in the NBA), and in three-point field goals made (137, 7th in the NBA)

·         Pulled down a career-best 12 rebounds during a 73-69 victory at Cleveland on 4/8/99

·         Ranked 12th in the NBA in Assists Per Game (6.7), third in the NBA in Free-Throw Percentage (.904) and eighh in the NBA in Steals Per Game (2.16)in 1998-99

·         Made his first career NBA start, totaling 12 points, 6 assists, 3 rebounds and 3 steals, against the New York Knicks on 1/3/98

·         Participated in the NBA Slam Dunk Competition during the 1996 NBA All-Star Weekend in San Antonio



 


 

 

Personal



 

·         Full name is Darrell Eugene Armstrong

·         He and his wife Deidra have two daughters, Arkia and Mayliah, and one son, Darrell, Jr.

·         Earned the NBA's Community Assist Award during March 2003

·         A two-time recipient of the Rich and Helen DeVos Community Enrichment Award (1998, 2000)....The only player ever to be honored twice

·         In 2000, was named among 99 professional athletes as "Good Guys in Sports" by The Sporting News, recognizing athletes for outstanding character and exemplary civic responsibility

·         Inducted into the Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame in May of 1998....Other inductees have included Denzel Washington, Michael Jordan, Gale Sayers and Brooks Robinson

·         Earned Hometown Hero Award during the 1999 Florida Sports Awards for his community service efforts

·         Established the Darrell Armstrong Foundation for Premature Babies

·         In partnership with Orange County Public Schools and to reinforce positive behavior, visited "Armstrong Allies" at the Orlando Regional Juvenile Detention Center

·         Enjoys listening to music and watching music videos



 


 

 

Season Highs / Career Highs

 

 

2003-04 HIGHS

CAREER HIGHS

 

Points

35 @ San Antonio 1/24/04

35 @ San Antonio 1/24/04

 

Field Goals Made

12 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

13 vs. Sacramento 11/30/99

 

Field Goals Attempted

24 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

24 2 Times

 

Three Point Field Goals Made

5 2 Times

7 vs. Washington 2/07/01

 

Three Point Field Goals Attempted

13 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

13 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

 

Free Throws Made

9 @ San Antonio 1/24/04

11 vs. Charlotte 3/23/99

 

Free Throws Attempted

9 @ San Antonio1/24/04

11 2 Times

 

Offensive Rebounds

3 2 Times

5 5 Times

 

Defensive Rebounds

6 vs. Atlanta 10/29/03

8 3 Times

 

Total Rebounds

8 vs. Atlanta 10/29/03

12 @ Cleveland 4/08/99

 

Assists

11 vs. Dallas 2/04/04

16 vs. L.A. Clippers 2/14/01

 

Steals

6 vs. Atlanta 12/26/03

7 @ Chicago 3/20/00

 

Blocks

3 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

3 vs. Philadelphia 1/21/04

 

Minutes Played

42 5 Times

49 @ Philadelphia 2/02/01

 

created: 03/30/2004 02.57.am

 

CAREER AVERAGES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

 

YEAR

TEAM

G

GS

MPG

FG%

3P%

FT%

OFF

DEF

RPG

APG

SPG

BPG

TO

PF

PPG

94-95

ORL

3

0

2.7

.375

.333

1.000

.30

.00

.30

1.0

.33

.00

.33

1.00

3.3

95-96

ORL

13

0

3.2

.500

.500

1.000

.00

.20

.20

.4

.46

.00

.46

.30

3.2

96-97

ORL

67

0

15.1

.383

.304

.868

.50

.60

1.10

2.6

.91

.13

1.48

1.70

6.1

97-98

ORL

48

17

25.8

.411

.368

.854

1.40

2.00

3.30

4.9

1.21

.10

2.33

2.00

9.2

98-99

ORL

50

15

30.0

.441

.365

.904

1.10

2.50

3.60

6.7

2.16

.08

3.16

1.80

13.8

99-00

ORL

82

82

31.6

.433

.340

.911

.80

2.50

3.30

6.1

2.06

.11

3.02

1.70

16.2

00-01

ORL

75

75

36.9

.412

.355

.884

1.30

3.30

4.60

7.0

1.80

.17

2.67

2.10

15.9

01-02

ORL

82

79

33.3

.419

.349

.888

1.00

2.90

3.90

5.5

1.91

.12

2.13

2.00

12.4

02-03

ORL

82

23

28.7

.409

.336

.878

1.10

2.50

3.60

3.9

1.65

.16

1.95

2.00

9.4

03-04

NOH

73

17

27.9

.407

.323

.843

.70

2.00

2.70

3.6

1.67

.18

1.82

1.90

10.4

Career

 

575

308

28.3

.417

.342

.884

.90

2.30

3.20

4.9

1.66

.13

2.25

1.90

11.6

Playoff

 

24

13

35.7

.429

.333

.894

1.00

2.80

3.80

4.2

1.50

.13

2.79

2.80

12.3

 

Height: 6-1
Weight: 180 lbs.
Pos: PG


Age: 35
Born: June 22, 1968, Gastonia, NC
College: Fayetteville St.

 

PERSONAL
He and his wife Deidra have two daughters, Arkia and Mayliah, whose names are tattooed on his right shoulder.
Invites a select number of Orlando area youths to Magic games, as part of his "Armstrong Allies," to reward them for good behavior.
Enjoys listening to music and watching music videos.
Walked on the FSU football team, serving as the football team's placekicker for two seasons.

 


 

1998-99 NOTES
Named the winner of the 1998-99 NBA Most Improved Player Award, and the 1998-99 NBA Sixth Man Award, and named to the 1998-99 NBA All-Interview Second Team
Led the Magic in assists (6.7 apg, 12th in the NBA), free-throw percentage (.904, 3rd) and three-point percentage (.365) and ranked 2nd on the team in three-pointers made (69) and attempted (189) and steals (2.16 spg, 8th)
Totaled a game-high 27 points (7-10 FG, 3-5 3FG, 10-10 FT), 9 assists and 3 steals in a 93-86 win over the Washington Wizards on 4/28
Hit the game-winning 17-foot jumper with 1.6 seconds left, posting 15 points (7-11 FG), a game-high 9 assists and 3 rebounds, in an 88-87 win over the Indiana Pacers on 4/27
Matched his career-high with 28 points (8-12 FG, 4-7 3FG, 8-8 FT) and notched 8 assists in a 106-99 victory over the Boston Celtics on 4/5
Named NBA Player of the Week for the week ending 3/28, averaging 22.3 ppg, 4.8 apg, 3.5 rpg and 3.5 spg for the 3-1 Magic
Scored 19 of his game-high 25 points (4-5 3FG) in the 4th quarter, adding 6 assists, 4 steals and 3 rebounds, in a 94-87 win over the Miami Heat on 3/28
Registered a game-high 25 points (10-15 FG), 7 assists, 6 rebounds and 3 steals in a 96-86 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on 3/25
Recorded a career-high 28 points (8-14 FG, 11-11 FT) and 3 assists in a 113-86 victory over the Boston Celtics on 3/23
Notched a steal and the game-winning layup at the buzzer, totaling 14 points, 6 assists, 4 steals and 3 rebounds, in a 74-73 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on 3/15