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Tim Hardaway Jr. is a seven-year veteran with career averages of 13.5 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 26.6 minutes per game in 474 games (237 starts) with New York, Atlanta and Dallas. He hit 120-plus 3-pointers in six of his first seven NBA seasons, including a career-high 204 triples in 2019-20.

Hardaway (6-5, 205) was acquired by the Mavericks in the seven-player trade that brought Kristaps Porzingis, Trey Burke and Courtney Lee to Dallas on Jan. 31, 2019. He shot a career-best 39.8 percent (204-513 3FGs) from beyond the arc in 2019-20. Hardaway’s 204 treys marked the second-most in a single season in Mavericks history (he joined George McCloud, 257 in 1995-96, as the only Mavericks with 200-plus triples in a season).

The 6-5 guard was selected by New York with the 24th overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. He earned NBA All-Rookie First Team honors and set a Knicks rookie record for 3-pointers made (130) in 2013-14.

Before declaring for the draft, Hardaway played three seasons at Michigan (2010-13), including his final two alongside Mavericks guard Trey Burke. As a junior, he was named First Team All-Big Ten by the coaches and Second Team All-Big Ten by the media and helped the Wolverines advance to 2013 national title game.

Hardaway is the son of five-time All-Star Tim Hardaway Sr., who played in 54 games for Dallas in 2001-02. The Hardaways became the first father/son combo in Mavericks history.

Tim Hardaway Jr.
Full Name
Tim Hardaway Jr.
Age
28 Years
Date of Birth
March 16, 1992
Place of Birth
Alameda, CA
College
Michigan
Drafted
2013

2019-2020 Averages

71Games
58Games Started
29.5Minutes
15.8Points
43.4FG%
39.83P%
81.9FT%
0.4Off Rebounds
2.9Def Rebounds
3.3Rebounds
1.9Assists
0.60Steals
0.10Blocks
1.00Turnovers
1.8Fouls

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Highlights: Tim Hardaway Jr. | Mavericks vs. Hawks

Tim Hardaway Jr. scores 33 points and five dimes in Saturday’s loss vs. Atlanta.

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