Bio Theron Smith

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Full Name: Theron Augustus Smith
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-8 (2.03 m)/ 225 (102.1 kg)
Birthdate: October 3, 1980 (Bartow, Fla.)
High School: Auburndale HS (Auburndale, Fla.)
College: Ball State 

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Ball State
                           
Season
Game
GS
tir réussi 
tir tentés 
% 
lancer mis 
lancer tentés 
% 
Rebond
 passe
intercep
contres
PTS
pts/game
1999-00
31
23
134
288
.464
79
111
.712
237
47
21
11
377
12.2
2000-01
30
30
176
381
.462
96
137
.701
244
48
27
6
489
16.3
2001-02
35
35
233
454
.513
176
237
.743
381
48
39
22
687
19.6
2002-03
3
3
13
36
.361
18
24
.750
20
5
1
0
46
15.3
Totals
99
91
556
1159
.480
369
509
.725
882
148
88
39
1,599
16.1
 
                           
Originally an early entry candidate for the 2002 NBA Draft before withdrawing his name from consideration. Decided to pursue a professional career although he would likely have qualified for a medical redshirt after playing in only three games during the 2002-03 season.
Career Highlights:
Senior (2002-03):
Junior (2001-02):
Sophomore (2000-01):
Freshman (1999-00):
Strengths:
Personal:
 
2004-05:
Appeared in 33 games with averages of 3.2 points, 0.8 assists and 3.5 rebounds in 15.5 minutes… In five starts, averaged 4.0 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 21.4 minutes… Scored a season and career-high 10 points at Portland on Feb. 4 and against Miami on Feb. 11… Played a season and career-high 30 minutes against Chicago on Feb. 26… Placed on the injured list at the start of the season after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Nov. 8 to repair damaged cartilage… Had two other stints on the injured list from Jan. 11-30 and again on March 23 through the end of the season.
PRO CAREER:
Played more than any other rookie for Memphis during the 2003-04 season, after missing 53 games on the injured list with right knee tendinitis… Averaged 2.2 points and 2.1 rebounds in 8.9 minutes… Played in 19 of the team’s final 23 games during the Grizzlies playoff position run… In a season-high 18 minutes, scored six points with six rebounds against Indiana on March 20… Recorded a season-high seven points and five rebounds against Seattle on March 19… Registered his top game of the year with season-highs of seven points and six rebounds in 13 minutes at the Clippers on March 6… Made his NBA debut on Nov. 8 at Utah and did not see action again until March 3 at Portland due to a knee injury… Was not added to the Grizzlies playoff roster.
COLLEGE:
Ranks fourth in Ball State history with 882 career rebounds and is seventh with 1,599 career points… Played only three games of his senior season due to right knee tendinitis but as a junior was selected to All Mid-American Conference First Team, NABC All-District First Team and MAC All-Tournament Team… Led MAC with 23 double-doubles and ranked second in the nation behind Kansas’ Drew Gooden… Was one of only two MAC players who averaged a double-double… Led the MAC conference with 10.9 rebounds and eighth in the NCAA and ranked third in the league with 19.6 points… Scored 29 points and pulled down a career-high 21 rebounds against IUPU-Fort Wayne… Was an All-MAC Second Team pick as a sophomore when he averaged 16.3 points and 8.1 rebounds in 33.5 minutes… Scored a career-high 40 points against Texas Tech as a sophomore… Won MAC Freshman of the Year honors after he averaged 12.2 points and 7.6 rebounds.
 
 
PERSONAL
   
 
Full name is Theron Augustus Smith (Pronounced Thee-rin)
Has one son Theron Smith Jr
Has three sisters and six brothers, with older siblings Jeremy, Esthel, LeRoy, Patrick, Jerome and Quintin and younger brother Benjamin and sisters Carmena and Tisha
His brother Quintin is a professional boxer in the middleweight division and currently ranked 10th by WBA
Attended Auburndale High School in Winter Haven, Florida, the same school as NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady
Named MVP of Florida High School All-Star Game
Majored in psychology and journalism at Ball State
Would like to own his own business after his basketball career is over
Wears uniform number zero because he was not selected in the NBA Draft
 
2005-06 Preseason Statistics
                                   
                   
REBOUNDS PER GAME
               
Team
G
GS
MPG
FGM-A
FG%
3PM-A
3P%
FTM-A
FT%
OFF
DEF
TOT
APG
SPG
BPG
TO
PF
PPG
DEN
2
0
22.0
10-11
.909
0-1
.000
1-2
.500
.0
3.5
3.5
2.0
.00
.00
1.50
2.50
10.5
   
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CAREER AVERAGES
                               
               
REBOUNDS PER GAME
               
YEAR
TEAM
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
OFF
DEF
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
TO
PF
PPG
03-04
MEM
20
0
8.9
.372
.500
.750
.7
1.4
2.1
.4
.25
.25
.70
.90
2.2
04-05
CHA
33
5
15.5
.324
.250
.875
1.2
2.3
3.5
.8
.18
.12
.82
1.80
3.2
Career
 
53
5
13.0
.335
.375
.833
1.0
2.0
3.0
.7
.21
.10
.77
1.40
2.8
Has three sisters and six brothers. Named MVP of Florida High School All-Star Game. Has an excellent mid-range shooting touch and will occasionally venture to college three-point range. Played mostly at power forward in college but is a combo forward prospect for the NBA level. A tough rebounder for his size. Awarded MAC Freshman of the Year honors after averaging 12.2 points and 7.6 rebounds. Was an All-MAC Second Team pick and earned First Merchants Classic MVP award. Averaged 16.3 ppg and 8.1 rpg in 33.5 mpg. Scored career-high 40 points against Texas Tech. Ripped down season-best 21 rebounds against IPFW to accompany season-high six assists. Selected to All-Mid-American Conference First Team, NABC All-District First Team, Basketball Times All-Mideast Team, Collegeinsider.com Mid-Major All-America Team, MAC All-Tournament Team and All-College Classic All-Tournament Team. Honored as First Merchants Classic MVP. Led MAC with 23 double-doubles and ranked second in the nation in that department behind Kansas’ Drew Gooden. Was one of only two MAC players who averaged a double-double. Paced conference in rebounds (10.9 rpg, 8th in nation); was third in scoring (19.6 ppg, 47th in nation); fifth in field goal percentage and 15th in blocks (0.6 bpg). Topped team in scoring or tied for team lead in scoring 21 times and rebounding 29 times. Recorded 20 points and 15 boards in same game five times. Destroyed IPFW with 29 points, season-high 21 boards and six assists. Scored season-high 30 points against Eastern Michigan (to go along with 15 rebounds). Also had strong games against UCLA (22 points), Butler (27 points, nine boards), Oklahoma State (19 points, 10 rebounds, three steals), Eastern Michigan (22 points and 17 rebounds), Marshall (26 points, 17 boards), Buffalo (24 points, 12 rebounds, two steals), and Miami of Ohio (29 points, 11 boards). Played in only three games before being forced to sidelines by tendinitis in right knee. Ranks fourth in school history in career rebounds (882) and seventh in career points (1,599). Recorded double figures in points 85 times and posted 43 double-digit rebounding efforts.

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