Jared Dudley

Jared Dudley (born 10 July 1985 in San Diego, California) is an American professional basketball player. He currently plays for the NBA team the Los Angeles Clippers on the position of small forward or shooting guard.

From 2003 to 2007 Jared Dudley played for the Boston College. In his college days he scored 2,071 points in 130 games. In his last year he was voted player of the year, the Atlantic Coast Conference and appointed to the NCAA All-America Second Team.

He then signed up for the NBA Draft 2007. The Charlotte Bobcats selected him 22nd position. In his first season he was in 73 games an average of 19 minutes on the court, scoring 5.8 points. On 10 December 2008 he was transferred along with Jason Richardson and second-round draft pick in exchange for Raja Bell, Boris Diaw and Sean Singletary to the Phoenix Suns.

There he was able to increase its services continuously. In his first two full seasons, he played every game for the Suns. In the 2009/10 season Dudley took part in the only time in the playoffs and played in all 16 matches for his team. The Suns failed only in the Conference Final with 2:4 at the Los Angeles Lakers. In the season 2010/11 Dudley scored on average for the first time in double digits. The following year, he was in 42 of the first 47 games on the grid. With over 30 minutes at 13 points per game, he completed his most successful season after personal values ​​.

For the 2013/2014 season moved Dudley within the league and took a contract offer from the Los Angeles Clippers.