Mike Dunleavy jr.
Michael Joseph Dunleavy, Jr. (born 15 September 1980 in Fort Worth, Texas ) is an American professional basketball player who plays in the NBA since 2002. His father, Mike Dunleavy sr. , Is a former basketball player and coach.
Dunleavy played three years for the prestigious Duke University, rather he signed up for the NBA Draft 2002. When Draft Dunleavy was selected third by the Golden State Warriors. For the Warriors to Dunleavy worked from bench player to starter. He increased his value by 5.7 points as a rookie to 13.4 points during his best time at the Warriors in the 2004-05 season.
Mitt in the 2006-07 season Dunleavy lost his place. He was then traded to the Indiana Pacers. In return, among other things, Stephen Jackson and Al Harrington switched to the Warriors. In Indiana Dunleavy was promoted directly to the starter, so that he could achieve in the 2007-08 season in all 82 games with 19.1 points and 3.5 assists per game Karrierebestwerte. In the following season, however, Dunleavy played only 18 games season. Plagued by injuries, Dunleavy scored 2009-10 and 2010-11 average of only 10 points and 4 rebounds per game.
For the 2011/2012 season moved Dunleavy within the league to the Milwaukee Bucks. For the Bucks Dunleavy played until 2013 and was the 2012/2013 with the team in the Play Offs move. There the team but failed with 0:4 to the Miami Heat.
After the expiration of his contract with the Bucks to Dunleavy agreed on a contract until 2015 with the Chicago Bulls.