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Blount, Mark
Background
2004-05: Averaged 9.4 ppg (.529 FG%, .713 FT%) and 4.8 rpg in 26.0 mpg in 82 contests for Boston… Scored 10+ points 35 times… Recorded 10+ boards twice… Led the team in rebounding on 16 occasions… Matched a season-high with 22 points March 18 at Houston… Posted 17 points March 11 vs. Detroit… Tallied 17 points and eight boards Feb. 9 vs. L.A. Clippers… Matched a season-high with 22 points Dec. 22 vs. New York… Scored a season-high 22 points Dec. 3 vs. Toronto… Recorded 16 points and a season-high 16 rebounds Dec. 1 vs. Milwaukee… Grabbed 10 boards Nov. 29 vs. Orlando… Notched 19 points and three blocks Nov. 26 vs. Cleveland… Tallied 12 points Nov. 21 vs. Seattle... Recorded 18 points Nov. 5 vs. Indiana. CAREER NOTES: An early entry candidate for the 1997 NBA Draft... Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics in the second round (55th overall)... Waived by the SuperSonics on Oct. 7, 1997... Played in the Continental Basketball Association for the Yakima Sun Kings in 1997-98... Signed as a free agent by the L.A. Clippers on Jan. 22, 1999... Waived by the Clippers two days later... Played in the International Basketball League with the Baltimore Bayrunners in 1999-2000... Signed as a free agent by the Boston Celtics on Aug. 1, 2000... Signed as a free agent by the Denver Nuggets on Aug. 8, 2002... Traded by Nuggets with Mark Bryant to Celtics for Shammond Williams on Feb. 20, 2003... Signed a multi-year contract with Boston on July 15, 2004… 2003-04: Averaged 10.3 ppg (.566 FG%, 719 FT%), 7.2 rpg, 1.30 bpg and 29.3 mpg in 82 contests for Boston… Set career-high totals in every statistical category…Ranked second in the league in field goal percentage… Played all 48 minutes (a career high) Feb. 4 vs. L.A. Clippers… Tied for the team lead and set a career-high with 19 double-doubles… Scored 20+ points five times… Grabbed 10+ rebounds on 24 occasions… Led team in scoring four times and rebounding 15 times… Led team in blocked shots with 106; offensive rebounds with 207 and total rebounds with 589... Scored a career-high 29 points March 19 at Dallas… Posted 15 points and 17 rebounds March 9 at New York… Registered 28 points and a career-high 21 boards March 1 vs. Orlando… Logged fourth straight double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds Feb. 29 at Toronto… Tallied 22 points and 11 rebounds Jan. 30 vs. New York… Recorded 14 points and 14 boards Jan. 23 vs. Washington… Posted 12 points and 13 rebounds Jan. 13 at Milwaukee… 2002-03: Averaged 5.0 ppg (.432 FG%) and 3.8 rpg in 17.3 mpg over 81 contests between Denver and Boston... Averaged 4.4 ppg and 4.6 rpg in 19.2 mpg in 27 games for the Celtics... Posted 13 points and tied a career-high with 11 boards March 9 vs. San Antonio... 2001-02: Appeared in 44 games for the Celtics averaging 2.1 ppg and 1.9 rpg in 9.4 mpg... Played 15+ minutes 12 times... Grabbed 5+ rebounds on three occasions... Registered 11 points March 6 vs. Orlando... Recorded 38 DNP-CD's... 2000-01: Appeared in 64 games, starting 50, with averages of 3.9 ppg and 3.6 rpg in 17.2 mpg... Led the team in blocks with 76, the most by any Celtics rookie since Kevin McHale (1980-81)... Led the team in rebounds three times... Played 25+ minutes 6 times... Made first career start Jan. 3 vs. New York. PLAYOFF NOTES: Averaged 2.0 ppg in four contests for the Celtics in the first round of the 2005 Eastern Conference Playoffs vs. Indiana... Started all four games in the first round of the 2004 Eastern Conference Playoffs vs. Indiana... Averaged 12.0 ppg, 9.3 rpg and 2.00 bpg… Recorded double-doubles in two of the Celtics four playoff games, scoring a playoff career-high 21 points to go along with a playoff career-high 13 rebounds April 25 in Game 4 vs. Indiana... Appeared in 10 games for the Celtics during the first and second rounds of the 2003 Eastern Conference Playoffs against Indiana and New Jersey… Averaged 3.1 ppg and 3.6 rpg in 14.4 mpg… Appeared in four games, averaging 1.5 ppg and 1.8 rpg in 9.8 mpg during the 2002 Eastern Conference Playoffs. COLLEGE NOTES: Played in 56 games, starting 36, in his two-year career at Pittsburgh... Averaged 6.4 ppg, 5.4 rpg and 1.90 bpg. 1996-97: Started in 28 of 29 games in which he played... Averaged 9.1 ppg and 6.8 rpg... Recorded 78 blocks, ranking him second in the Big East Conference and 20th in the nation... Registered 12 double-doubles... Tied a career-high with 20 points Feb. 15 vs. Providence... 1995-96: Played in 27 games, starting seven, averaging 3.6 ppg and 2.9 rpg... Led the team with 27 blocks... Scored in double-figures three times... Collected a season-high 10 rebounds Dec. 16 vs. Long Island.
Personal
Averaged 24 ppg, 14 rpg and 6.00 bpg for Dobbs Ferry High School (N.Y.) his senior year... Named Gannett Suburban Newspapers Player of the Year and Mr. Westchester County... Selected as a Parade All-American... Member of the two-time national champion Oak Hill (Va.) Academy team... Lists Bill Gates as the person he would most like to have dinner with... Claims that the TD Banknorth Garden is his favorite arena to play in, while Portland’s Rose Garden is the toughest... Calls Oscar Robertson the player he admires most... Nickname is “Big Basic,” which was given to him by his Boston teammates... Favorite sports besides basketball are baseball and golf.
Home Career Season & Totals Season Splits Game Logs Bio
Ahearn, Blake POS:6 -Guard
Anthony, Joel POS:50 -Center
Blount, Mark POS:15 -Center-Forward
Cook, Daequan POS:14 -Guard
Davis, Ricky POS:31 -Forward-Guard
Haslem, Udonis POS:40 -Forward
Mourning, Alonzo POS:33 -Center
Parker, Smush POS: -Guard
Powell, Kasib POS:12 -Forward
Quinn, Chris POS:11 -Guard
Wade, Dwyane POS:3 -Guard
Williams, Jason POS:3 -Guard
Wright, Dorell POS:1 -Forward
 
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