Jason Collins

Team Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Timberwolves
Born Dec 2, 1978
Nationality United States United States
Team History
Minnesota Timberwolves Minnesota Timberwolves 2001 - present

Jason Collins plays in the position of Forward-Center. He has a height of 7 feet and weight of 255 lbs. While playing in the NBA (National Basketball Association), he was offered jersey no. 35 and 34. He was a member of New Jersey Nets from the 2001-02 season to the 2006-07 season. In the 2007-08 season, he played for New Jersey Nets and Memphis Grizzlies. His played for Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2008-09 season.

Collins completed his schooling at Harvard-Westlake Prep High School in North Hollywood, California. Further, he went to Stanford University. During the 2001 NBA draft, he was drafted by Houston Rockets in the 1st round. He was the 18th pick and overall 18th pick. He got the opportunity to have 1780 playing minutes in 75 games in the playoffs. His 3-point field goal percentage was nil, free throw percentage was 0.692 and field goal percentage was 0.373. He gathered 276 points, 290 personal fouls, 47 assists and 331 rebounds.

Career Highlights

Collins received 13127 playing minutes during 553 games in the NBA. There were 2004 field goal attempts out of which 824 were field goals resulting in a field goal percentage of 0.411. The 3-point field goal percentage was 0.207 as out of 29 3-point field goal attempts there were 6 3-point field goals. He made 1088 free throw attempts and transformed 710 of these into free throws and thus the free throw percentage was 0.653. He accrued 2416 rebounds, 2364 points, 575 assists and 1746 personal fouls.

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