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9 Jamario Moon SF
Height/Weight: 6-8/205 | Birthdate: 6/13/1980 | Birthplace: Goodwater, AL | Team: | College: Meridian CC (MS) | NBA Experience: 5 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Moon makes his debut


(4/15/2012) Bobcats forward Jamario Moon was on the floor on Sunday, just one day after getting the call to join the Bobcats from the D-League. In 13 minutes against the Celtics, Moon failed to score, missing both of his shot attempts. He grabbed three rebounds for his only recorded stats.

Moon to join Charlotte


(4/14/2012) SI.com is reporting that forward Jamario Moon is expected to join the Bobcats in the next few days, after spending the last month-plus with the L.A. D-Fenders of the NBA D-League. In 12 games in the D-League, Moon is averaging 17.7 points per game.

Moon to join D-League team


(2/29/2012) Free agent small forward Jamario Moon signed a contract to play in the D-League on Tuesday. Moon will look to catch a team's attention while playing in the D-League.

Moon released by Clippers


(12/9/2011) The Clippers renounced the rights to F Jamario Moon on Friday. Moon, who averaged 4.3 points, and 2.8 rebounds last season in 59 games with the Cavaliers and Clippers, is now free to sign with another team.

Moon to move into starting role?


(3/31/2011) According to the Los Angeles Times, Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said he's considering shutting down forward Ryan Gomes for the rest of the season. "Ryan's been battling his knee for a couple of months," Del Negro said. "He's got some swelling in his knee. Had an MRI last week on it. There's nothing structurally wrong, but he's just been battling through it. We're trying to get Al-Farouq Aminu some minutes and Jamario Moon some minutes and obviously we've played Randy Foye with the three-guard offense." Del Negro said if he shuts down Gomes, he'd opt to start Moon over Aminu. "My guy right now would probably be Jamario," Del Negro said. "Depending upon matchups, maybe even Randy. You've got to put Jamario in areas where he is comfortable. He's athletic. He's got some bounce to his game. I'm going to play the guys that are playing well, competing and doing things the right way."

Moon debuts with 3 minutes


(3/1/2011) Clippers SF Jamario Moon debuted with his new team on Monday in a loss to the Kings. Moon played just three minutes, however, and went 1 for 1 from the field to score three points. His only field goal was a 3-pointer. He had no other discernible statistics.

Moon waiting on Davis


(2/26/2011) Clippers guard Jamario Moon was not available to play in Saturday's contest against the Celtics because Baron Davis had yet to take his physical for Cleveland. Davis has until Sunday at 5 p.m. to pass the physical, according to Clippers' general manager Neil Olshey. Until then, Moon can’t even practice with the team.

Moon officially a Clipper


(2/24/2011) The Clippers and Cavaliers formally announced the trade Thursday that was widely reported Wednesday night. Baron Davis was traded from the Clippers to the Cavaliers in exchange for Mo Williams and Jamario Moon. The Cavaliers will also get a 2011 first round draft pick.

Cavs trade Moon to Clippers


(2/24/2011) According to multiple reports the Cavaliers and Clippers have agreed to trade guard Baron Davis for Mo Williams and Jamario Moon. The Cavaliers would also get a 2011 first round draft pick. Moon saw 29 minutes of action in Wednesday's game versus the Rockets before the trade was announced. He shot 4 for 7 from the floor, finishing with 11 points and eight rebounds.

Moon gets back on the court


(2/19/2011) After playing in just six of the Cavaliers 16 games in the month of January, small forward Jamario Moon has found himself back in the rotation heading into the All-Star break. Moon has appeared in eight of Cleveland's last 10 games and has played in every game thus far during February. Unfortunately, Moon hasn't been producing much during that stretch. He is averaging just 5.0 points and 2.5 rebounds through seven games this month while seeing around 18 minutes per game.

Moon getting more run of late


(2/13/2011) Cavaliers forward Jamario Moon's recent run of playing time continued Sunday's 115-100 loss to the Wizards. Moon, who played in just six games in the month of January, logged 29 minutes in the defeat and finished with 12 points on 4 of 8 shooting from the field. He went 4 of 6 from the charity stripe and also chipped in with three assists, two rebounds and one steal. Moon has now appeared in six straight games.

Moon OK after car crash


(2/5/2011) With heavy snow blanketing much of the Cleveland area, Cavaliers forward Jamario Moon was in a car accident en route to the arena prior to Saturday's contest against the Blazers. Moon said he rear-ended a vehicle, which then took off. He was not injured in the crash and actually finished with a season-high 14 points in the 111-105 loss on 5 of 6 shooting from the field.

Moon seeing some run


(1/16/2011) Cavaliers forward Jamario Moon saw significant minutes for the second straight game in Saturday's 127-99 loss to the Nuggets. Moon scored 12 points in the 33-point loss on 5 of 14 shooting from the floor. He went 2 of 5 from behind the arc and chipped in with five rebounds and a pair of blocks in 29 minutes off the bench.

Moon sinking deeper on depth chart


(1/9/2011) Cavaliers F Jamario Moon continues to fall deeper and deeper down the depth chart for Cleveland. Moon has only played a combined 10 minutes over his last five contests and has failed to play in five of Cleveland's last seven contests. Coach Bryon Scott said he doesn’t like the way Moon is playing defense, which has lead to his lack of playing time. According to the Akron Beacon Journal , Moon approached an assistant coach recently and asked why he can’t get on the floor. He was told it was because he laughs and jokes around too much and no one knows when he’s serious. Moon is averaging 4.1 points 3.0 rebounds in 27 games this season.

Moon marginalized from rotation


(12/8/2010) Cavaliers F Jamario Moon was made inactive for Wednesday's game against the Chicago Bulls. He had played just 12 minutes combined over his previous three games.

Moon totally eclipsed for Cleveland


(11/30/2010) Cleveland SF Jamario Moon has played 21 minutes per game in November. He's scoring just 5.7 points per game for the month and has scored in double figures in just one game -- 13 points against Philadelphia on Nov. 16.

Moon demoted to the bench


(11/23/2010) Cavaliers SF Jamario Moon, who has started all 12 of the team's games so far, will come off the bench Tuesday at Indiana, according to the team's official website. Joey Graham will take his place in the starting lineup. Coach Byron Scott said he likes Graham's energy and defense.

Moon comes out for Cleveland


(11/16/2010) Cleveland forward Jamario Moon saw 20 minutes as a starter on Tuesday in a win over Philadelphia. Moon shot well in the game as he went 5 for 8 from the field, including 1 for 3 from long range, to score 13 points. Moon, who was in double figures for the first time since the season opener, added a season-high eight rebounds and a steal in the performance.

Moon not taking advantage of PT


(11/6/2010) Cavaliers forward Jamario Moon scored seven points on a 2-for-8 shooting performance in Saturday's 107-102 win over the Wizards. He hit one 3-pointer and nailed both his foul shots in 25 minutes of playing time. Since scoring 10 points in the season opener, Moon hasn't taken advantage of his playing time as he's tallied 2, 7, 6, 7, and 7 points since then. He did contribute three rebounds, two steals and five assists on Saturday.

Moon reaches double digits in opener


(10/27/2010) Cavilers F Jamario Moon scored in the double-digits in Wednesday night's season opener against the Celtics. He scored 10 points on 4 of 8 shooting while playing 29 minutes in the 95-87 loss. He went 4 of 8 from the field including 2 for 5 from the 3-point line. Moon also chipped in with five rebounds, one assist, one steal and a blocked shot in the defeat.

Moon to take over James' spot


(10/19/2010) Cleveland SF Jamario Moon will not be confused for LeBron James but he will be playing his position as a starter this season, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Moon has been named the starter in James' old spot as he edged out Jawad Williams and Joey Graham.

Moon having trouble scoring


(10/17/2010) Cavaliers F Jamario Moon did not score in Saturday's preseason game against CSKA Moscow. Moon only took three shots in 27 minutes and grabbed five rebounds in the 90-87 loss. He also blocked a shot.

Moon hits a 3-pointer in loss


(10/7/2010) Cleveland forward Jamario Moon was 1 for 4 from the field in Thursday's preseason loss to Washington. All of his shots came from behind the arc, as he is a career 33.8 percent shooter from downtown. Moon also grabbed six rebounds, blocked a shot and had one assist.

Moon catches fire from downtown


(4/20/2010) Cleveland F Jamario Moon hit four 3-pointers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the Bulls on Monday. Moon finished with 12 points on 4 of 5 shooting from behind the arc. He also added three rebounds and two blocks in 20 minutes.

Moon gets minutes, produces


(4/9/2010) Cleveland F Jamario Moon saw some extended minutes on Thursday against the Bulls and produced. Moon scored 14 points on 6 of 10 shooting while collecting four boards, a steal and a block in 27 minutes. It was the first game in double figures for Moon since January 31.