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Name  Eric Bledsoe
Born  12/9/1989
Height  6-1
Weight  195
College  Kentucky
Home Town  Birmingham, AL
High School  Parker
10/29 LA Lakers261653315690012
10/31 San Antonio391231536931122
11/1 @Utah291030404482114
11/4 @LA Lakers21620200010113
11/5 Memphis362392314540090
11/7 Sacramento422391414582255
11/9 Golden State21920500030024
11/12 Brooklyn231141204431072
11/14 Charlotte3722833291151111
11/15 @LA Clippers331001156103034
11/17 @Boston301550504473031
11/19 @Detroit361860606642133
11/21 @Philadelphia211351214571023
11/22 @Indiana25920518950062
11/24 @Toronto372583634762234
11/26 Denver3721627011103033
11/28 @Denver271640812340132
11/30 Orlando341351203361065
12/2 Indiana3827111403374020
12/5 @Dallas401962512370233
12/6 @Houston352371804433314
12/8 @LA Clippers452782911011162254
12/9 Miami35420005581072
12/12 Detroit301662214521122
12/14 @Oklahoma City211240401141113
12/15 Milwaukee361140315643053
12/17 @Charlotte391551402220130
Season Total873417139271121910912815637209071
2010: Selected by Oklahoma City in 1st round (18th overall) of the NBA Draft; Traded to LA Clippers for a 1st round pick, June 24th...2011: NBA All-Rookie Second Team...2013: Traded to Phoenix in a three-team deal, July 10th...2014: Re-signed with Phoenix to a five-year deal worth $70 million.

One of four Kentucky freshmen expected to be selected in the first round of this draft...At 6-0 and 195 pounds, Bledsoe lacks ideal size for the point guard position...Considering the fact that Bledsoe`s teammate, John Wall, was the starting point guard for the Wildcats, Bledsoe hasn`t run a team since high school...Shoots at a fairly high percentage for a guard and is truly explosive with the ball in his hands...Can attack the basket effectively or knock down a jumper...Tremendous leaping ability...Is a blur with the ball in his hands, but certainly struggled with turnovers at Kentucky, especially during his only NCAA Tournament appearance...Got away from his mid-range game in college, something he will need to utilize and develop as a pro to survive...The definition of a high-risk, high-reward prospect.

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