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10 David Lee C
Height/Weight: 6-9/245 | Birthdate: 4/29/1983 | Birthplace: St. Louis, MO | Team: Golden State | College: Florida | NBA Experience: 10 | Owned/Started%: 72/31 | Average Draft Position: 50.33
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Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
11/02/2014David Lee, C GS
Greg Monroe, PF DET
Trey Burke, PG UTA
Mike Conley, PG MEM
Thaddeus Young, SF BKN
Rudy Gay, SF SAC
11/01/2014David Lee, C GS
Marcin Gortat, PF WAS
11/01/2014Trey Burke, PG UTA
David Lee, C GS
 
Last 10 Games
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05/23HOU5230000
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06/09CLE131142010
06/11CLE15953000
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Latest News

Warriors GM: David Lee's fate not yet determined

by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(6/19/15) Warriors general manager Bob Myers is making it clear that the team has not made a decision on center David Lee's future, per CSNBayArea.com.

It was reported earlier this week that the Warriors and Lee's camp came to an agreement that the team would look to find Lee a new team this offseason. Myers is suggesting that that move has not been made.

“I know it’s been reported, but we’re still trying to figure out everything with the roster,” Myers said at a season-ending news conference. “At this stage, we usually have more time before the draft or free agency.

“But I won’t sit here and say we’ve decided anything definitively. If I did, I’d probably end up changing my mind, or we would change our mind. Because what I’ll find out now and what we’ll find out is the next seven days prior to the draft and whatever it is until July 1, there’ll be a lot of different things that’ll be thrown at us that we’ll explore. So it’s not the right time to even say we’re absolutely going in one direction or the other.”

Lee played in just 38 minutes over six games during the NBA Finals.

Report: Warriors trying to find taker for David Lee

by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(6/17/15) After a season of mostly sitting on the bench while being the team's highest paid player, the Warriors and forward David Lee have agreed to part ways, sources told ESPN.

Lee's representatives and the Warriors will work together to find Lee a new team in the offseason.

Lee played 38 minutes over six games in the NBA Finals and he received just 12 minutes in the Western Conference Finals against Houston.

Kerr vows to continue playing Warriors C David Lee

by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(6/10/15) Steve Kerr has vowed to use Game 3 surprise David Lee more extensively going forward in the NBA Finals.

The center emerged from the bench to give the Warriors a spark. He scored 11 points on 4-for-4 shooting and added four rebounds, two assists and a steal in just 13 minutess. Kerry certainly took notice.

"Yeah, you'll see more of David Lee," Kerr told the New York Post. "He played really well."

Lee, who has been anticipating a trade from Golden State the last two years, had not played in the previous three playoff games and was given just 12 minutes in the Western Conference finals against Houston.

Warriors C David Lee thinks team will try to trade him in offseason

by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(6/4/15) Warriors center David Lee is about to play in the NBA Finals, but he has reason to think his run with the team might be up after this season, per NBA.com.

Lee, who's role has been dramatically decreased throughout the season, feels like the team will continue to try and move him -- like they've done for the last two years.

"I think they tried to trade me the last two years, didn't they?" Lee said. "That's nothing new, but once again, what's kind of predicted and what ends up happening is not always the same thing. We'll just see what happens. I love it here. We have accomplished a lot here. We'll see once the season's over. The most important thing, though, is getting this ring first and then worrying about that later."

The Warriors are in a position where priority will be to sign Draymond Green to a big-money extension this offseason, and Klay Thompson's extension kicks in next year so that can make Lee's contract expendable.

Lee has played just 7.6 minutes per game throughout the Warriors playoff run.

Warriors C David Lee working to adjust to limited role

by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(6/4/15) Warriors center David Lee has averaged 31.5 minutes per game throughout his career. During his team's playoff run this season, he's averaged just 7.6 minutes per game. 

The transition to part-time player has been difficult for Lee, per the New York Post.

“It’s a different mental approach,’’ Lee said. “You can’t play the same way in five minutes, can’t let the game come to you and settle in. You have to be more aggressive, can’t come in worrying about scoring, just rebounding and playing with max effort. You got to let it all hang out.’’

Lee's position is a difficult one. He was a featured player on the team until a hamstring injury sidelined him for a while and his role diminished.

“I sat out a significant amount of time [with a hamstring injury]. It’s no fun to sit out and my role changed as I came back,” Lee said. “But most importantly I’ve had a lot of individual success in past seasons, and I don’t think anyone doubts my ability to play this game at a high level.

“The biggest thing is finding a way to put this championship together. All season long, it’s sacrificing, not just me but other guys. That’s what it takes to win a championship. It’s not about me or the minutes at this point.… I’ll be ready to contribute if given the chance.”

 
 

 
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Career Shooting Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2005-06New York67112913723059.6000.07112357.73455.1
2006-07New York58173124040060.0000.014117381.562110.7
2007-08New York81235634161855.2020.019423781.987610.8
2008-09New York81282452295154.9030.024933075.5129316.0
2009-10New York813019686125854.5080.026833081.2164020.2
2010-11Golden St.73263449697850.71333.321026778.7120316.5
2011-12Golden St.57212146492250.3050.021928078.2114720.1
2012-13Golden St.792907602116051.9040.025532079.7145918.5
2013-14Golden St.69228851398152.3010.023129678.0125718.2
2014-15Golden St.4990416031351.1020.06810465.43887.9
TOTAL695219134161781153.31283.61906246077.51022914.7
More Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2005-06New York6711293034.5430.6300.4200.351
2006-07New York58173160210.41041.8480.8230.492
2007-08New York8123567248.9951.2550.7290.497
2008-09New York81282495111.71742.1801.0220.3150
2009-10New York81301994911.72953.6851.0400.5189
2010-11Golden St.7326347149.82333.2741.0310.4170
2011-12Golden St.5721215459.61622.8540.9220.4149
2012-13Golden St.79290788611.22793.5670.8220.3207
2013-14Golden St.6922886439.31472.1480.7260.4152
2014-15Golden St.499042575.2851.7310.6260.549
TOTAL6952191365749.516172.35720.82610.41306
Postseason Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2012-13Golden St.665133339.4000.04666.7305.0
2013-14Golden St.7217417753.2000.0151978.99713.9
2014-15Golden St.13107164040.0000.081553.3403.1
TOTAL263897015046.7000.0274067.51676.4
More Postseason Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2012-13Golden St.665284.750.830.510.25
2013-14Golden St.7217649.1182.640.600.017
2014-15Golden St.13107342.680.630.220.22
TOTAL263891264.8311.2100.430.124
College Career Shooting Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINFGFGAFG%FG3FG3AFG3%FTFTAFT%PTSAVG
2001-02Florida315578414557.9000.0509154.92187.0
2002-03Florida3386614923064.8000.07311762.437111.2
2003-04Florida3185115025558.8020.011214577.241213.3
2004-05Florida3289716030552.5040.011516171.443513.6
TOTAL127317154393558.1060.035051468.1143611.3
More College Stats
SeasonTEAMGMINREBRAVGAAAVGSTLSAVGBLKBAVGTO
2001-02Florida315571454.7321.0200.6210.753
2002-03Florida338662246.8611.8240.7481.561
2003-04Florida318512126.8882.8351.1160.564
2004-05Florida328972889.0702.2341.1240.885
TOTAL12731718696.82512.01130.91090.9263
 
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