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Butler, Caron
PROFESSIONALLY: Entering 2006-07, has averaged 14.6 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.5 steals in 34.7 minutes per game in 298 career games (265 starts) in four seasons with Miami, LA Lakers and Washington…Is a career .837 shooter from the free throw line…Combined with Gilbert Arenas and Antawn Jamison to form the highest scoring teammate trio in the NBA (67.4 points per game) in 2005-06…Has appeared in an average of 75 games per season in his four-year career…Named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team following his rookie campaign in 2002-03.

2005-06: Appeared in 75 games and made 54 starts…Established new career-high marks in points per game (17.6), rebounds per game (6.2), field goal percentage (.455) and free throw percentage (.870)…Ranked 11th in the league in free throw percentage…Combined with Antawn Jamison and Gilbert Arenas to form the highest scoring teammate trio in the NBA (67.4 ppg)…Helped the Wizards to a 33-21 (.611) record when he was in the starting line-up…Scored 30+ points four times…Recorded nine double-doubles…Led the team in points nine times, rebounds 16 times and assists five times…Averaged 18.6 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.7 steals per game as a starter…Scored a season-high 34 points and had 15 rebounds vs. Golden State (2/8)…Grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds (11 offensive) at Chicago (1/27)…Made first start of the season at Denver (12/21)…Made a career-high 14 free throws and tied a career-high with 15 free throw attempts at LA Lakers (12/16)…Missed five games in early April (4/7 – 4/14) due to a right thumb sprain (Washington 0-5)…Was listed as inactive six times and missed seven games because of illness/injury (11/4 – 11/5, 4/7 – 4/14).

2004-05: Averaged 15.5 points and 5.8 rebounds per game in 77 games (all starts) with the Los Angles Lakers…Averaged 21.9 points per game over the last 15 games of the 2004-05 campaign…Ranked among the league leaders in scoring (40th), free throw percentage (17th) and steals (23rd)… Tallied a season-high 34 points and six assists vs. Sacramento (4/15)…Scored 31 points and grabbed seven rebounds at Seattle (4/8)...Notched 24 points and a season-high 12 rebounds vs. Houston (4/7)…Recorded 30 points, seven rebounds and six steals at Phoenix (4/5)…Recorded game-highs in points (22), rebounds (9) and steals (4) at Denver (3/24)…Tallied 31 points and 10 rebounds vs. New Jersey (1/10).

2003-04: Started 56 of the 68 games in which he appeared and averaged 9.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.10 steals and 29.9 minutes per game…Missed a total of 13 games because of injury and was a DNP-CD on one occasion...Scored in double figures 33 times, including four games of at least 20 points and one 30-point effort…Grabbed double-figure rebounds on five occasions and posted five double-doubles…Was Miami’s leading scorer in three contests and led the HEAT in steals 15 times, in minutes in eight games, in blocks on seven occasions, in rebounds six times and in assists twice…Scored 19 points and grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds at Chicago (4/3)…Among his career-high 14 rebounds at Chicago were a career-high 12 defensive boards…Scored 30 points and grabbed a then career-high 13 rebounds against Chicago (3/29) after witnessing the birth of his second daughter earlier in the afternoon.

2002-03: Appeared and started in a career-best 78 games for Miami…Averaged 15.4 points and 5.1 rebounds per game…Also recorded career highs in assists (2.7), steals (1.76) and minutes per game (36.6)…Missed a total of four games because of injury…Finished third in the Rookie of the Year balloting with a total of 179 points in the voting of 117 media members…Was a four-time NBA Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month, capturing the monthly honors for November, January, February and March…Was the only rookie in either conference to capture the monthly award more than twice…Became just the sixth player in NBA history, joining Tim Duncan (1997-98); Shaquille O’Neal (1992-93); David Robinson (1989-90); Ralph Sampson (1983-84) and Terry Cummings (1982-83), as the only players to capture four-or-more Rookie of the Month honors since the league began the award in the 1981-82 season…Started for the first-year players in the Got Milk? Rookie Challenge at All-Star Weekend and scored a team-high 23 points on 10-of-18 shooting while adding seven assists, four rebounds and a team-high four steals in a game-high 32 minutes…Led the HEAT in points (1,201), steals (137), minutes played (2,858), field goals made (429), field goals attempted (1,032), free throws made (309) and free throws attempted (375)...His 65 games of double-figure scoring were a team-high (22 more than the next closest player) and his 22 games with at least 20 points tied for tops on the HEAT.

PLAYOFFS: Has appeared in 19 career playoff games with Washington and Miami and has averaged 14.6 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 40.7 minutes per game…Has scored 20+ in a playoff games seven times and has recorded six games with at least 10 rebounds…Has five career playoff double-doubles…Started all six playoff games for Washington in 2006 and averaged a double-double with 18.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game…Had a career playoff-high 20 rebounds in Game 6 vs. Cleveland during the 2006 NBA Playoffs (5/5/06)…Started 13 postseason games for Miami in 2004 and averaged 12.8 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists and a team-high 2.15 steals in 39.3 minutes per game.

Full name is James Caron Butler…Lists his mother Mattie Paden as the person he most admires and a person who made a difference in his life, raising him as a single mother…Recognized by The Sporting News as one of the top “Good Guys” in sports in 2006 for his charitable endeavors…Was tabbed as a Special Deputy by the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Department in March, 2006…Helped organize “Urban Dialogue: Stop The Violence — A Community Outreach Event” in his hometown of Racine, Wisconsin in August, 2005…Brought kids of all ages and races together for an afternoon of basketball and discussion to promote the idea of a violence-free community…Donated $3,000 for prize money to be distributed to the winning basketball team from the 18-and-older division…Donated $26,000 to purchase and give away 300 bicycles to underprivileged youths in Racine in May, 2005…Was a guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” in September, 2005 in a show titled “How My Worst Moment Made Me a Star”… Is involved with the Bray Center Youth Fund back in his hometown of Racine, WI…Visited incarcerated youth at Oak Hill Youth Detention Center to offer support and share his life story…Would like to open a group home and run it when he is done with his playing career…Was a communications major at Connecticut…Played two seasons at UConn before becoming an early entry candidate for the NBA Draft…Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors from the Associated Press as a sophomore in 2001-02…Represented the United States and won a gold medal at the World Championship For Young Men Tournament played in Japan in August of 2001…Had his uniform number (54) retired at Racine Park High School in Racine, Wisconsin, during All-Star Weekend in February, 2006…Also had his number (25) retired at Maine Central Institute in Pittsfield, Maine in 2002…Was inducted into the New England Sports Hall of Fame in September of 2003…Had his uniform number (54) retired at Park High School in the spring of 2003… Married Andrea Pink in August, 2005… Has two daughters, Mia Caron and Camary and a son, Caron Jr…Splits time between Centreville, VA and Racine, WI.
Home Career Season & Totals Season Splits Game Logs Bio
Arenas, Gilbert POS:0 -Guard
Blatche, Andray POS:32 -Forward
Butler, Caron POS:3 -Forward
Daniels, Antonio POS:6 -Guard
Haywood, Brendan POS:33 -Center
Jamison, Antawn POS:4 -Forward
Mason, Roger POS: -Guard
McGuire, Dominic POS:5 -Forward
Pecherov, Oleksiy POS:14 -Center-Forward
Songaila, Darius POS:9 -Forward
Stevenson, DeShawn POS:2 -Guard
Young, Nick POS:1 -Guard
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