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Position
G
 
Jersey
12
Name  John Jenkins
Born  3/6/1991
Height  6-4
Weight  215
College  Vanderbilt
Home Town  Henderson, TN
High School  Station Cap
NovemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
11/15 @Cleveland211251101101010
Total211251101101010
DecemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
12/10 Philadelphia2000000000002
12/17 @Cleveland3000001100000
Total5000001100002
JanuaryMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
1/21 Indiana2311001100001
1/30 Portland4210002200001
1/31 Philadelphia20941003300000
Total261462006600002
FebruaryMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
2/2 @New Orleans15731001110001
2/4 Washington0000000000000
2/9 @Minnesota2000000000000
2/20 Toronto8000001100010
2/25 Dallas4200201100001
2/28 @Miami211243107701022
Total50217430101011034
MarchMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
3/7 @Philadelphia22832004410010
3/9 Sacramento5210001100000
3/11 @Denver101032202210010
3/15 @LA Lakers23830202220012
3/18 @Golden State16931202211000
3/22 San Antonio3411100010000
3/28 @Charlotte331663101132002
Total1125720980121293034
AprilMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
4/4 Brooklyn11521002202010
4/10 Charlotte5622011200000
4/12 @Washington351762303323002
4/13 New York9310100010000
4/15 @Chicago12000011200001
Total7231115427935013
Season Total2861354921162373913100815
 
Notes:
2012: Selected by Atlanta in 1st round (23 overall) of the NBA Draft.

2012 and 2011 First-Team All-SEC selection after leading the conference in scoring in both seasons...Was also named a 2011 honorable mention All-American...In 2012 averaged a career-high 19.9 poings per game while also setting career bests in field goal percentage (47.4) and improving his shot from beyond the arc (43.9)...Knocked down 134 three-pointers in 2012 which tied the SEC single season record...A sharpshooter with exceptional range his career total of 306 three-pointers ranks seconds in Vanderbilt program history...Extremely efficient scorer with his 22.8 points per 40 minutes ranking second best in the SEC in 2012...Ability to shoot the ball is his biggest and really only developed strength as he doesn`t give much on the rest of the floor, averaging 2.7 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game during his three-year collegiate career.

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