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Dooling, Keyon
Background
LAST SEASON (2004-05): Appeared in 74 games with Miami, averaging 5.2 ppg., 1.8 apg. and 1.2 rpg. in 16.0 minpg….Scored in double figures 12 times, including a season-high 19 points on Apr. 20 @ Orlando…Led (or tied) the Heat in scoring once and in assists four times…Converted 25 consecutive free throws without a miss, the longest streak for Miami that season…Did not play on Apr. 2 due to personal reasons…Also played in all 15 postseason games, averaging 7.3 ppg., 1.7 apg. and 1.1 rpg. in 17.6 minpg. and helped Miami reach the Eastern Conference Finals…Scored in double figures during the playoffs six times, including a postseason-best 15 points in Game #1 of the Eastern Semifinals vs. Washington on May 8.

2003-04 Appeared in 58 games (24 starts) for the Clippers and averaged 6.2 points (.389 FG%, .830 FT%), 2.2 assists, 1.4 rebounds and 19.6 minutes per game…missed a total of four games due to injury and was a DNP-CD on 20 occasions…missed three games from Jan. 30-Feb. 2 with a sprained left ankle and missed the Clippers' Mar. 24 contest at Portland due to a stomach virus …in his 24 starts he averaged 8.1 points, 2.9 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 26.9 minutes…recorded single-season career highs in points (360), offensive rebounds (17) and steals (45)…scored in double figures 15 times (nine as a starter), including one 20-point effort…scored in double-figures a career-high five consecutive games from Mar. 7-14…handed out double-figure assists once and recorded one double-double…led the Clippers in scoring once, in steals 13 times, in assists on eight occasions and in blocks once…recorded career highs in both points (20) and assists (10) at Detroit on Mar. 31…the 20-point, 10-assist effort at Detroit marked his first career double-double and his first 20-point, 10-assist game…started a career-high 24 games, including a career-best seven consecutive games from Mar. 9-19…played a career-high 44 minutes twice (Mar. 10 at San Antonio and Apr. 2 at Chicago)…tied his career high with four steals twice (Feb. 25 at New Orleans and Apr. 7 vs. Houston)…recorded 12 multi-steal games… Season Highs: 20 points (at Detroit, Mar. 31), 10 assists (at Detroit, Mar. 31), five rebounds (at San Antonio, Mar. 10), four steals (twice), one block (six times) and 44 minutes (twice).

2002-03 Saw action in 55 games (one start) as a member of the L.A. Clippers and averaged 6.4 points (.389 FG%, .772 FT%), 1.6 assists, 1.3 rebounds and 17.6 minutes…missed 20 games due to injury and was a DNP-CD on seven occasions…missed four games from Feb. 19-26 with a strained left arch…missed 16 games while on the injured list from Feb. 28-Mar. 27 due to a left plantar fascia strain…established single-season career highs in scoring average, three-point field goals made (50), three-point field goals attempted (139) and three-point field goal percentage (.360)…scored in double figures on 10 occasions…ranked second on the Clippers in three-point field goal percentage…led the Clippers in steals six times, in assists once and in blocks once…hit a career-high four three-point field goals twice (Nov. 28 vs. New Jersey and Apr. 16 vs. Portland)…recorded the first four-point play of his career at Golden State on Apr. 14…had two multi-steal games…made his lone start of the season at Minnesota on Jan. 24 and had two points, two assists, one rebound and one steal in 19 minutes… Season Highs: 18 points (vs. Houston, Nov. 24), six assists (at Miami, Nov. 12), four rebounds (vs. Indiana, Dec. 1), three steals (at Golden State, Nov. 18), one block (six times) and 31 minutes (three times).

2001-02 Came off the bench in all 14 games in which he appeared for the Clippers and averaged 4.1 points (.386 FG%, .833 FT%), 0.9 assists, 0.2 rebounds and 11.1 minutes per game…missed a total of 68 games due to injury…suffered a high left ankle sprain against Chicago on Nov. 14 and missed the next 43 games while on the injured list from Nov. 16-Feb. 7…returned to the line-up against San Antonio on Feb. 14…sat out three games (Feb. 25-Mar. 2) before being placed on the injured list on Mar. 4 due to a sore left ankle which caused him to miss the final 22 games of the season (Mar. 6-Apr. 17)…scored in double figures once…led the Clippers in assists once and steals once… Season Highs: 17 points (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 5), three assists (vs. Golden State, Nov. 3), two rebounds (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 5), two blocks (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 5), one steal (four times) and 23 minutes (vs. Golden State, Nov. 3).

2000-01 Appeared in a career-high 76 games (one start) for the Clippers and averaged 5.9 points (.409 FG%, .698 FT%), 2.3 assists, 1.2 rebounds and 16.3 minutes…missed a total of six games due to injury…sat out the Clippers' Jan. 5 game against Charlotte with a gastrointestinal infection and missed five games while on the injured list from Jan. 7-13 with a viral syndrome…recorded single-season career highs in games played, minutes (1,237), points (449), field goals made (148), field goals attempted (362), field goal percentage, free throws made (125), free throws attempted (179), defensive rebounds (81), total rebounds (89), assists (177) and blocked shots (11)…finished the season ranked among the NBA rookie leaders in scoring average (14 th ), assists per game (3 rd ) and three-point field goal percentage (.350)…finished third on the team in total assists…scored in double figures a career-high 16 times…led the Clippers in steals 11 times, in assists 10 times, in blocks on three occasions and in minutes once…recorded career highs in defensive rebounds (six) and total rebounds (six) vs. Milwaukee on Apr. 6…recorded at least one steal in a career-high six consecutive games from Mar. 2-16…had 11 multi-steal games…made his NBA debut at Utah on Oct. 31 and totaled 10 points, three assists and two rebounds in 13 minutes…made his first career start against New Jersey on Nov. 20 and totaled five points, five assists and two rebounds in a season-high 41 minutes… Season Highs: 14 points (twice), seven assists (at Minnesota, Dec. 9), six rebounds (vs. Milwaukee, Apr. 6), four steals (at Charlotte, Dec. 8), two blocks (at Washington, Dec. 6) and 41 minutes (vs. New Jersey, Nov. 20).

COLLEGE Played two seasons at the University of Missouri before becoming an early entry candidate and averaged 12.1 points, 3.4 assists, 2.4 rebounds and 28.1 minutes while shooting 41.1 percent from the floor, 33.8 percent from three-point range and 73.3 percent from the foul line in 59 games…as a sophomore in 1999-00 he was named Second Team All-Big 12, First Team NABC District 12 and was voted Missouri's Most Outstanding Player after leading the Tigers in scoring, assists and blocks…averaged 15.3 points, 3.6 assists, 2.7 rebounds and 31.7 minutes as a sophomore while leading Missouri to the 2000 NCAA Tournament…scored in double figures in 26 of the 31 games, including seven games with at least 20 points…scored a career-high 25 points on three occasions…appeared in 28 games as a freshman in 1998-99 and averaged 8.7 points, 3.0 assists, 2.1 rebounds and 24.1 minutes…was the runner-up for the Big 12 Freshman of the Year Award in 1999 after being named Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by the coaches and media…was named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team and was also named to the Big 12 All-Academic First Team…was twice selected as the Big 12 Freshman of the Week.

PERSONAL Full name is Keyon Latwae Dooling…nickname is “K.D.”…along with his wife, Natosha, he has two daughters, Deneal (3) and Gabrielle (1)…lists his parents Leroy and Brenda Dooling as his heroes and the people who made the biggest difference in his life for always being there for him…says his family is his most treasured possession…chose to major in business at the University of Missouri because we would eventually like to have his own business…in his free time he enjoys playing video games…lists football as his favorite sport other than basketball…lists “Godfather” and “Scarface” as his favorite movies and “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” and “Martin” as his favorite TV shows…enjoys R&B and rap and lists Usher among his favorite musical artists…has no special pre-game rituals or superstitions…has a tattoo of a cross to remind him how blessed he is…lists Atlantis (Paradise Island) as his dream vacation spot…enjoys soul food…was a member of the 1998 gold-medal winning USA Basketball Men's Junior World Qualifying Team that posted a 6-0 record, averaging 7.8 points, 2.3 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.0 rebounds…wears a size 12.5 shoe.


Personal
Full name is Keyon Latwae Dooling Nickname is “K.D.” Along with his wife, Natosha, he has two daughters, Deneal (4) and Gabrielle (2) Lists his parents, Leroy and Brenda Dooling, as his heroes and the people who made the biggest difference in his life for always being there for him Says his family is his most treasured possession Majored in business at the University of Missouri because we would eventually like to have his own business…Enjoys playing video games in his free time Lists football as his favorite sport other than basketball Favorite movies are Godfather and Scarface Favorite TV shows are Martin and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Enjoys R&B and rap and lists Usher among his favorite musical artists Wears a size 12.5 shoe.
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Dooling, Keyon POS:55 -Guard
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Foyle, Adonal POS:31 -Center
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Gortat, Marcin POS:13 -Forward-Center
Howard, Dwight POS:12 -Center
Lewis, Rashard POS:9 -Forward
Nelson, Jameer POS:14 -Guard
Redick, J.J. POS:7 -Guard
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