Jared Dudley

#3F,
Pts
6.8
Reb
3.5
Ast
1.9
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 235
Born:
College: Boston College
Birth Place: San Diego, California
Draft: 2007 1st round (22nd pick) by the
  • Press Release: L.A. Clippers Announce 2017-18 Schedule
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    Press Release: L.A. Clippers Announce 2017-18 Schedule

    The L.A. Clippers tip-off the 2017-18 NBA regular season, presented by Agua Caliente Casino Resorts, on Thursday, Oct. 19 at STAPLES Center against the Los Angeles Lakers at 7:30 p.m. PT on TNT. The Clippers’ home opener comes on Saturday, Oct. 21 when they face the Phoenix Suns at 7:30 PM. Single game tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday, August 17 at 10:00 a.m. PT. Availability is limited to 1,000 tickets or less per game. To purchase tickets for Clippers home games, fans can visit www.clippers.com, www.axs.com or call 888-9-AXS-TIX (888-929-7849). The Clippers play eight of their first nine games at STAPLES Center. Early season STAPLES Center highlights include a game

  • No, really, the 2017-18 Suns schedule will be fun
    Bright Side Of The Sun

    No, really, the 2017-18 Suns schedule will be fun

    The 2017-18 Phoenix Suns schedule has arrived, bringing with it renewed hope and optimism as the franchise attempts to make its first playoff appearance in eight seasons. The past two seasons have brought extreme disappointment in the loss column, but with a legit young nucleus and organizational buy-in, there’s perhaps a small chance that Suns fans walk away from this season satisfied. Most NBA fans at this point are willing to cede several seasons of losing if the reward is worthwhile at the end. Competitiveness is still celebrated, and this year the Suns have the talent to compete in the early part of the season. Fans really might get some excitement to start the season. A cake walk at the

  • My Favorite John Calipari Teams: Part 1
    A Sea Of Blue

    My Favorite John Calipari Teams: Part 1

    There hasn’t been a coach in an eight-year span that has had the success that John Calipari has had at Kentucky. Only twice in his eight seasons at Kentucky has Cal not made it to at least the Elite Eight. Think about that fact for a moment. No other coach can boast the same. This list isn’t about which team was the best. I wanted to focus on which teams I enjoyed watching the most throughout the season. Obviously, success is a big factor in the joy I experienced with each team, so it’s a given that Cal’s least successful teams are going to be near the bottom and the two that I start with in the first installment had the least amount of postseason success. Record: 21-12 (12-6 SEC) Roster: Nerlens