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20 Mike Bibby PG
Height/Weight: 6-2/195 | Birthdate: 5/13/1978 | Birthplace: Cherry Hill, NJ | Team: | College: Arizona | NBA Experience: 14 | Salary: /images/players/unknown-player-170x170.png | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Bibby works out for Grizzlies


(12/12/2012) Memphis has worked out free agent point guard Mike Bibby, reports USA Today Wednesday.

Bibby remains stuck on bench


(4/1/2012) Knicks guard Mike Bibby earned a DNP-coach's decision during Saturday night's contest against the Cavaliers. Bibby is averaging just 12.6 minutes in the 29 games he has appeared in this season.

Bibby not doing much


(1/24/2012) Knicks G Mike Bibby was once again not much of a factor during Tuesday night's contest against the Bobcats. Bibby, who continues to come off the bench for New York, finished with just four points in the 111-78 victory, on 1 of 3 shooting from the field. He went 1 for 3 from behind the arc and also chipped in with three rebounds, three assists and a block, while logging 16 minutes of game action.

Bibby back for New York


(1/13/2012) Knicks guard Mike Bibby returned to the court on Thursday night when New York traveled to Memphis. He came off the bench for 19 minutes and went 1 for 4 from the field, missing both of his attempts from downtown. Bibby, who had missed a game because of an ankle injury, finished the game with two boards, three assists and two points. The Knicks would lose to the Grizzlies, 94-83.

Bibby sits out for New York


(1/11/2012) New York guard Mike Bibby tweaked his ankle on Monday against Charlotte and could not play on Wednesday against the 76ers. Bibby only played six minutes before leaving the game against the Bobcats for good on Monday. Bibby is considered day to day by the Knicks.

Injuries bothering Bibby


(1/10/2012) New York G Mike Bibby left Monday's game against Charlotte with a tweaked ankle and was limited to just six minutes of playing time. Bibby, who recently returned from a foot issue, attempted just one shot -- a 3-pointer -- before departing. He was held without any statistic.

Bibby might return Friday


(1/5/2012) Knicks G Mike Bibby (foot) could return to the rotation on Friday at Washington, according to the New York Times. Bibby was hobbled by a sore foot on Wednesday night and missed his second game of the season. The injury was not disclosed until Thursday.

Bibby ready for action


(12/26/2011) Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni said Monday that point guard Mike Bibby is ready to play in Wednesday's second game against the Warriors. Bibby sat out the season opener against the Celtics on Sunday with a lingering back injury.

Bibby ruled out for opener


(12/25/2011) The Knicks ruled Mike Bibby out for the season opener against the Celtics on Christmas Day Sunday. Bibby is dealing with a back injury and will open the season day to day for the Knicks.

Bibby leaves preseason game


(12/21/2011) Knicks G Mike Bibby left during the first half of the Knicks’ preseason game against the Nets Wednesday night with back spasms. He would not return. There is no indication of the seriousness of the injury.

Bibby officially signs with New York


(12/11/2011) The Knicks officially signed guard Mike Bibby to a one-year contract worth the veteran's minimum of $1.4 million, reports the New York Post. New York waived veteran Chauncey Billups with the amnesty clause on Saturday, which leaves an opening at the point. Bibby would likely share time running the fast-paced offense with Toney Douglas. "Mike is a veteran point guard who we know can be successful in our system," Knicks interim general manager Glen Grunwald said. "He's an effective player who has a long track record of leading his teams to postseason success."

Bibby heading to Big Apple


(12/10/2011) According to Newsday, free agent guard Mike Bibby will sign with the New York Knicks on Sunday. The Knicks waived veteran Chauncey Billups with the amnesty clause on Saturday, which leaves an opening at the point. Bibby would likely share time running the fast-paced offense with Toney Douglas.

Bibby now a free agent


(6/13/2011) Mike Bibby's tenure with the Heat likely ended Sunday with the Game 6 loss in the NBA Finals to the Mavericks. Bibby is a free agent, and he isn't expected to return to the Heat. Bibby joined Miami after receiving a buyout from Washington when he was traded there from Atlanta. His season totals for 2010-11 was 8.6 points, 3.3 assists and 2.4 rebounds. With Miami, he averaged 7.3 points, 2.5 assists and 2.2 rebounds in 22 games. With Washington, he averaged 1.0 points, 4.0 assists and 1.5 rebounds in two games. And with the Hawks, he averaged 9.4 points, 3.6 assists and 2.6 rebounds in 56 games.

Bibby shooting well from downtown


(3/29/2011) Heat guard Mike Bibby put on a shooting clinic from downtown during Tuesday's 102-90 loss to the Cavaliers. Bibby finished with a season-high 23 points in the defeat and made seven 3-pointers. All 11 of his shot attempts actually came from behind the arc, with Bibby nailing seven of them. His other two points came from the free-throw line and he added two steals, two rebounds and an assist to his statline while logging 43 minutes. Bibby is shooting a whopping 56 percent from behind the arc over his last five contests.

Bibby average in first start with Heat


(3/23/2011) With Mario Chalmers (knee) expected to miss at least two weeks, Miami guard Mike Bibby stepped into the starting role Wednesday against the Pistons. He played fairly efficient, but didn't elevate his game -- or production -- much in the win. Bibby scored five points on 2 of 5 shooting, but never turned the ball over. He assisted on four baskets and matched it by pulling down four rebounds in 26 minutes of playing time.

Bibby now starting


(3/21/2011) The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports that with Mario Chalmers (knee) expected to miss at least two weeks, coach Erik Spoelstra said Mike Bibby will start at point guard with Eddie House as the No. 2 option. “Eddie will come in and play,” Spoelstra said. “It might not be the exact same rotation that we had before, where we split 48 minutes with point guards. But I have full confidence in Eddie. He’s kept himself ready.”

Bibby comes up big


(3/19/2011) Miami guard Mike Bibby played a big part in the team's 103-98 win over Denver on Saturday. With starting guard Mario Chalmers getting injured late in the first quarter, the Heat leaned heavily on the veteran guard. Bibby scored 14 points off the bench as he got hot from downtown, connecting on 50 percent of his attempts. He was 5 for 9 from the field, as he made his only 2-point shot. "I think Mike fits right in," teammate Dwyane Wade said. "He's a guy who's great when he gets the ball ... a very good shooter and most importantly, he's a veteran guy who's very smart. He's going to be big for us in the playoffs." Bibby chipped in a steal, two assists and one board for the Heat in his 34 minutes of court time.

Bibby receives warm ATL ovation


(3/19/2011) Heat G Mike Bibby checked into Friday's game against the Hawks, his former team, late in the first quarter and received a warm ovation from the now-opposing crowd. He didn't do much on the floor compared to what those fans were used to, finishing with two points on 1 of 5 shooting. He did manage to record a team-high six assists to go along with four rebounds in 25 minutes of playing time. The Heat routed the Hawks 106-85.

Bibby to face former team


(3/17/2011) Mike Bibby has already been back to Atlanta twice since the Hawks gave him away last month, grabbing clothes and other items from his house. He'll be there for something else on Friday. For the first time in four years - technically, one day shy of that four-year anniversary - Bibby will be in Atlanta as an opponent when his latest team, the Miami Heat, visit the Hawks. It'll be the 10th time in his career that Bibby will be on the visitors' side of the court in Atlanta, but this one will likely seem more significant in a number of ways. "I've been thinking about it a lot," Bibby said. "I think it's going to be fun. Good to see some of the old friends. I was good friends with people on the team, people in the organization. So I think it should be a good homecoming." Bibby's road to Miami started Feb. 23 when the Hawks traded him to Washington in part of a five-player deal, a move that caught the veteran point guard by some surprise. He sought a buyout from the Wizards, and it came at a price: Bibby decided to forgo his entire salary for next season, just more than $6 million, to have the chance to join Miami and compete for a championship.

Bibby not a real factor


(3/6/2011) Heat G Mike Bibby was held scoreless in Sunday's game against the Bulls, playing just 11 minutes while Mario Chalmers was given much of the playing time in the fourth quarter. Bibby attempted only one shot from the field and did not have an assist in the game. Chalmers finished the game with 11 points and five assists, shooting 4 of 5 from the field.

Bibby debut spoiled late


(3/3/2011) With the Heat up by more than 20 points just after halftime of Thursday's game against the Magic, point guard Mike Bibby's debut seemed like it couldn't get better after he hit a 3-pointer to extend the lead further. However, not only would he fail to hit another shot all night, but the Magic would rally from a 24-point deficit to beat the Heat 99-96. Bibby entered the game for the first time with 1:10 left in the first quarter, and finished with three points in 19 minutes played. He added a pair of rebounds and an assist on the night.

Bibby to play, not start


(3/3/2011) The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports Thursday that new Heat point guard Mike Bibby is expected to see some action Thursday night against Orlando, but Mario Chalmers remains the starter against the Magic.

Bibby to Miami now official


(3/2/2011) After receiving a buyout from the Wizards after being traded from the Hawks before the deadline, multiple sources report guard Mike Bibby has officially signed with the Heat after clearing waivers on Wednesday. He has previously stated that joining Miami would ensure him the best chance at winning an NBA Championship. Bibby is expected to play Thursday against the Magic. "Mike, with his vast postseason experience, long-range game and point guard abilities, will give us a boost," team president Pat Riley told the South Florida Sun Sentinel.

Bibby officially chooses Heat


(3/1/2011) Guard Mike Bibby has officially chosen to join the Miami Heat, Bibby's agent Davis Falk confirmed to the Washington Post . Bibby, who was bought out by the Wizards just days after being traded from the Hawks, still has to clear waivers but is expected to do so on Wednesday. "He's going to Miami. He'll clear waivers and he'll sign, yes," Falk said. "When we discussed the buyout, I asked him, if you could go to any team, without hesitation, he said Miami. Not because of the weather. He thinks it's the best chance to win a championship and make a significant impact on winning a championship."

Bibby on his way to MIA?


(2/28/2011) According to multiple reports, guard Mike Bibby is expected to sign with the Heat. Bibby will have to clear waivers first and is expected to sign with the club on Wednesday. The 32-year-old was traded to the Wizards at the trade deadline and was bought out by the Wizards on Monday.