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6 Earl Boykins PG
Height/Weight: 5-5/133 | Birthdate: 6/2/1976 | Birthplace: Cleveland, OH | Team: | College: Eastern Michigan | NBA Experience: 13 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Boykins gets extended


(4/15/2012) The Rockets announced on Sunday that guard Earl Boykins will be spending the rest of the season with them, as they have signed him through the season's final 11 days. This news comes on the final day of Boykins' previous 10-day contract.

Boykins re-upps with Rockets


(4/5/2012) The Rockets have agreed to another 10-day contract with guard Earl Boykins, which will keep him in Houston until at least the middle of April, at which point Kyle Lowry should be able to return from a bacterial infection.

Boykins gets some minutes


(4/2/2012) Rockets guard Earl Boykins has played in five games since signing a 10-day contract with the Rockets last week, and he had arguably his finest on Monday against the Bulls, as he put up nine points on 4 of 8 shooting along with three rebounds and three assists as the Rockets defeated Chicago, 99-93.

Boykins signed to 10-day


(3/26/2012) The Rockets signed guard Earl Boykins to a 10-day contract on Monday, reports NBCSports.com.

Boykins forced into action


(2/2/2011) The Bucks started Brandon Jennings on Wednesday against the Suns but limited him to his pre-determined 24 minutes. With Keyon Dooling missing the game due to an illness, that meant more time for Earl Boykins. Boykins played 23 minutes in the game and went 5 of 11 from the field to score 14 points. He was a spark for the Bucks and he added four assists and two steals.

Boykins joins elite and short NBA company


(1/19/2011) The Bucks were without John Salmons on Wednesday and still managed to take down the Washington Wizards thanks to the help of Earl Boykins. Boykins, who is now fourth in games played in NBA history among players standing 5 foot 9 or shorter, scored 19 points on 5 of 10 shooting over 31 minutes. He went 2 for 2 on 3-point attempts and added four assists, three rebounds and two steals. Boykins played 31 minutes after playing just 15 in the previous game at Houston.

Boykins dishing out dimes


(1/14/2011) Bucks guard Earl Boykins dished out a season-high 11 assists on Friday against the 76ers. He scored eight points on a 3-for-11 shooting effort -- going 1 for 4 from downtown. Boykins added three steals and four rebounds in his 31 minutes of action off the bench. Milwaukee would come up short against Philadelphia, losing the game 95-94. Boykins had a chance to win the game for the Bucks, but he missed a 3-point attempt as time expired.

Boykins playing well for Bucks


(1/8/2011) Milwaukee guard Earl Boykins has been playing well since returning from his one-game suspension for "making intentional contact with a game official." He shot 5 fro 11 from the field -- missing both 3-point attempts -- and nailing all four of his foul shots on Friday against Miami. One of his shots came late in regulation and sent the game into overtime. Boykins would log 27 minutes in the game, finishing with 14 points, four assists and two rebounds. The Heat would go on to win the game, 101-95.

Boykins returns with fury


(1/2/2011) Bucks guard Earl Boykins scored a season-high 26 points on Saturday against the Mavericks. He was coming off a one-game suspension for "making intentional contact with a game official," in Monday's game against the Hawks. Boykins coming back lifted the Bucks over the injury-plagued Mavericks, 99-87. Boykins shot 9 for 16 from the field -- going 1 for 5 from downtown -- and converting 7 of his 8 foul shots. The veteran would add a team-high six assists off the bench and grab three rebounds.

Boykins suspended for bumping ref


(12/28/2010) Bucks guard Earl Boykins has been suspended for one game for "making intentional contact with a game official," in Monday's game against the Hawks. "It's unfortunate," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "He didn't mean it; it was kind of incidental contact. But on the other hand, the league's very clear about that and I understand it. It's one of those unfortunate things." Boykins was issued a technical foul, but not ejected after bumping Brian Forte with 5.3 seconds left in the third quarter of the Bucks' 95-80 home loss to Atlanta. He is eligible to return for Saturday's game against the Mavericks.

Boykins suspended for bumping ref


(12/28/2010) Bucks guard Earl Boykins has been suspended for one game for "making intentional contact with a game official," in Monday's game against the Hawks. Boykins is eligible to return for Saturday's game against the Mavericks.

Boykins leads Bucks to huge win


(12/22/2010) Bucks guard Earl Boykins played 26 minutes off the bench on Tuesday night as Milwaukee was in Los Angeles without the services of Brandon Jennings. The Bucks started Keyon Dooling in Jennings' place but it was Boykins who helped them pull off the improbable road victory. Boykins scored a team-high 22 points in the 98-79 blowout win in Staples Center. He shot 8 of 12 from the field and went 4 for 5 from 3-point range with three rebounds and two assists.

Boykins getting some run


(11/11/2010) Bucks G Earl Boykins has gotten some decent playing time in his team's last two games, playing 21 minutes on Nov. 9 against the Knicks and 19 minutes on Nov. 10 at Atlanta. In those games, he put up some decent low-end stat lines. He scored 10 points with three assists and two steals against the Knicks and followed that with eight assists, seven points, two rebounds and an assist in Atlanta.

Boykins able to play, doesn't


(3/22/2010) After sitting out Friday's game with an illness, Washington G Earl Boykins was able to go on Sunday against the Lakers but remained on the bench the entire game.

Boykins sidelined Friday


(3/20/2010) Wizards G Earl Boykins did not play in Friday's contest against Portland because of a viral illness. He is expected to rejoin the team in Los Angeles for their contest against the Lakers.

Ill Boykins left behind by Wizards


(3/19/2010) According to The Washington Post, Wizards G Earl Boykins did not travel with the team to Portland due to a virus. He stayed behind in Denver and will join the team in Los Angeles prior to Sunday's game.

Boykins gets into double figures


(3/6/2010) Washington G Earl Boykins scored 12 points in a loss to the Bucks on Friday. Boykins shot 5 of 7 from the field while adding a rebound in 20 minutes. It was the first time in his last five games that Boykins has scored in double figures

Boykins runs the show in loss


(2/1/2010) Wizards PG Earl Boykins played well on Monday and scored in double figures for the second time in three games against the Celtics. Boykins shot 5 for 9 from the field to score 14 points as he was pretty much the Wizards' offense in the fourth quarter. Boykins added three assists.

Boykins makes clutch shot in win


(1/30/2010) Wizards G Earl Boykins hit a jumper with 0.4 to play and Washington defeated the New Jersey Nets 81-79 on Friday night. The 5-foot-5 guard came off the bench, scored a team-high 15 points on 7 of 13 shooting from the field and grabbed five rebounds. His biggest shot, of course, was his last, which came 12.6 seconds after Brook Lopez tied the game at 79 for New Jersey with a layup with 13 seconds to go.

Boykins plays despite heel injury


(1/26/2010) Wizards PG Earl Boykins shrugged off a heel injury to play 19 minutes against the Lakers on Tuesday. He scored two points, grabbed one rebound and dished four assists.

Boykins doubtful for Tuesday night


(1/26/2010) Wizards G Earl Boykins is doubtful for Tuesday night's game against the Washington Wizards with a left heel injury, according to The Washington Post. Boykins played just four minutes in the team's last game Sunday against the Clippers.

Boykins shoots well from field


(1/16/2010) Washington PG Earl Boykins scored eight points on Friday in a loss at Chicago. The diminutive Boykins shot 4 for 5 from the field and added two assists.

Boykins sent back to bench


(1/8/2010) According to the team's official Web site, Wizards G Randy Foye will be in the starting lineup Friday night against Orlando. He will replace G Earl Boykins.

Boykins going back to the bench?


(1/8/2010) According to the Washington Post, Wizards coach Flip Saunders is considering a lineup change that would move Earl Boykins back to a bench role. Boykins got the start at point guard in the first game following Gilbert Arenas' suspension.

Boykins starts with Agent Zero out


(1/6/2010) With starting PG Gilbert Arenas suspended indefinitely for bringing guns into the locker room, reserve Earl Boykins got the start Wednesday at Cleveland. He had 10 points and six assists in 19 minutes.