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Chauncey Billups

Chauncey Billups
Billups with the Pistons in 2008
Personal information
Born (1976-09-25) September 25, 1976
Denver, Colorado
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Listed weight 210 lb (95 kg)
Career information
High school George Washington (Denver, Colorado)
College Colorado (1995–1997)
NBA draft 1997 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall
Selected by the Boston Celtics
Pro career 1997–2014
Position Point guard / Shooting guard
Number 4, 3, 1, 7
Career history
1997–1998 Boston Celtics
19981999 Toronto Raptors
19992000 Denver Nuggets
20002002 Minnesota Timberwolves
20022008 Detroit Pistons
20082011 Denver Nuggets
2011 New York Knicks
20112013 Los Angeles Clippers
2013–2014 Detroit Pistons
Career highlights and awards
Career statistics
Points 15,802 (15.2 ppg)
Rebounds 2,992 (2.9 rpg)
Assists 5,636 (5.4 apg)
Stats at

Chauncey Ray Billups (born September 25, 1976) is a retired American professional basketball player who played 17 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). A star at the University of Colorado, he was chosen third overall in the 1997 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics. A five-time NBA All-Star and a three-time All-NBA selection, Billups played for the Celtics, Toronto Raptors, Denver Nuggets, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Pistons, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers and Team USA. He won the NBA Finals MVP in 2004 after helping the Pistons beat the Los Angeles Lakers in the Finals,[1] and was given the nickname "Mr. Big Shot" for making late-game shots with Detroit.[2]

In 2004, Billups was honored by the University of Colorado by being the fifth player to have his jersey (number 4) retired. The Coors Events Center also has a large mural of Billups in the northeast corner of the arena as part of his "Chauncey's Kid Roundup" program.[3]


  • High school career 1
  • College career 2
    • College Awards & Honors 2.1
  • NBA career 3
    • Boston Celtics (1997-1998) 3.1
    • Toronto Raptors (1998) 3.2
    • Denver Nuggets (1998-2000) 3.3
    • Orlando Magic (2000) 3.4
    • Minnesota Timberwolves (2000-2002) 3.5
    • Detroit Pistons (2002–2008) 3.6
    • Return to Denver Nuggets (2008–2011) 3.7
    • New York Knicks (2011) 3.8
    • Los Angeles Clippers (2011–2013) 3.9
    • Return to Detroit Pistons (2013–2014) 3.10
  • All-star appearances 4
  • NBA statistics 5
    • Regular season 5.1
    • Playoffs 5.2
  • National team 6
  • Personal life 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

High school career

Born in McDonald's All-American Team but did not play due to a shoulder injury.

College career

Billups chose Colorado over Kansas, Georgia Tech, University of California-Berkeley and Oklahoma State. At Colorado, Billups averaged 18.5 points per game over his two seasons. In the 1996–97 season he was named to the All-Big 12 Conference First Team and the Basketball Times All-American First Team. That same year, Billups led the Buffaloes to their first NCAA tournament victory in over thirty years in a 80–62 win over Indiana.

College Awards & Honors

NBA career

Boston Celtics (1997-1998)

Billups was drafted third overall in the 1997 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics. He did not mesh with new Celtics head coach Rick Pitino. Years later, Billups reflected on his stint in Boston, commenting, "That didn't help. That didn't give me a chance to really slow down and listen to myself, listen to the game and what's going on. I never really had that chance. It was a recipe for disaster there." In addition, the Celtics coaching staff did not know whether to play him as a point guard or shooting guard. Fifty-one games later, Billups was traded to the Toronto Raptors in exchange for All-Star point guard Kenny Anderson on the last day of the 1997–98 NBA trading deadline.

Toronto Raptors (1998)

Billups was traded to the Toronto Raptors in exchange for All-Star point guard Kenny Anderson on the last day of the 1997–98 NBA trading deadline. On January 21, 1999, he was dealt to his hometown Denver Nuggets in a three-way deal involving one of Billups's future teams, the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Denver Nuggets (1998-2000)

Minnesota received Dean Garrett and Bobby Jackson from Denver, Toronto received Zeljko Rebraca and Micheal Williams from the Minnesota and the 5th pick in the 1999 NBA draft from the Denver, and Billups, along with Tyson Wheeler, was sent to Denver from Toronto. A year later, on February 1, 2000, Billups was traded to the Orlando Magic along with Ron Mercer and Johnny Taylor in exchange for Chris Gatling, Tariq Abdul-Wahad, and a conditional first-round pick (The latter being traded back to the Magic for Omar Cook).

Orlando Magic (2000)

Billups was on the injured list until season's end due to an injured shoulder and never played a game for Orlando ( despite this, he was included on the season-ending team photo, wearing jersey number 2). Among NBA circles, Billups was considered a draft bust.

Minnesota Timberwolves (2000-2002)

Billups was signed by the Timberwolves (who had been involved in the trade that sent Billups to Denver) as a back-up to then point guard Terrell Brandon, who would mentor the troubled player alongside Sam Mitchell and Kevin Garnett. The two would work on shooting, scouting, decision-making and the other attributes that came with playing point guard in the NBA.

During the 2001–02 season, Brandon suffered a serious knee injury. Billups replaced him and had a breakthrough 2001–02 season. Timberwolves won 50 games before they were swept by Dallas in Round 1 of the playoffs, with Billups averaging 22 points per game in the series.

Detroit Pistons (2002–2008)

Billups with the Pistons.

After his breakthrough season, Billups became a free agent. Billups had wanted to return to Minnesota, however the Timberwolves were engulfed in salary-cap issues and wanted to see how Brandon would respond to his knee injury.

In June 2002, Billups signed a six-year, $35 million contract with the Detroit Pistons to be the team's new starting point guard.[5] When he signed with the Pistons, he was forced to take the number 1 because number 4 was retired in honor of Joe Dumars. Billups quickly earned respect from Pistons fans and colleagues for his tenacious defense and clutch shooting. He helped Detroit win the 2004 NBA Finals over the Los Angeles Lakers, four games to one. He averaged 21 points and 5.2 assists per game during the series to earn the NBA Finals MVP Award.

The following season, Billups was named to the 2005 NBA Second All-Defensive Team, along with teammate Tayshaun Prince, while teammate and co-captain of the Pistons Ben Wallace took home the Defensive Player of the Year Award. The Pistons reached the 2005 NBA Finals but lost in their bid to repeat as champions to the San Antonio Spurs in seven games.

In 2006, Billups was co-captain of the team. Although he captained the Pistons to a franchise best 64–18 record, they failed to make it to the NBA Finals for the first time in three years. He also led the league in assist-to-turnover ratio.

On July 11, 2007, Billups signed a $46 million, four-year contract with the Pistons (which includes a team option for a fifth year at $14 million).[6] He had been an unrestricted free agent for several days after he opted out of the previous contract, which he had signed in 2002.

Through his six years with Detroit, Billups made six straight conference championship series, two NBA finals, and won an NBA Championship. He was an All-Star three times, made the all-NBA team three times and All-Defensive second team twice.

Return to Denver Nuggets (2008–2011)

Billups with the Denver Nuggets

On November 3, 2008, Billups was traded to the Denver Nuggets, along with Antonio McDyess and Cheikh Samb, for Allen Iverson.[7] Pistons GM Joe Dumars said that was "the hardest and toughest" move he had made as a general manager, describing Billups as "... a guy that I have looked at as a little brother."

Billups chose the number 7 jersey to honor Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway, since two of his other favorite numbers, 1 and 4, were already worn by J. R. Smith and Kenyon Martin, respectively.[8] He played his first game of the Nuggets' 2008–09 season on November 7, 2008. He recorded 15 points, four rebounds and three assists in 30 minutes of play in a 108–105 Nuggets' home win.[9] He finished the season averaging 17.7 ppg, and 6.4 apg.

With Billups and Carmelo Anthony, the Nuggets accomplished a number of franchise milestones. Their 54–28 record matched the most wins the franchise had gotten since their induction in the NBA, their 27–14 start was also a record for wins in the first half of a season. This also marked the first time in the franchise's history the team had gotten 50 wins in back-to-back seasons. They led the Northwest division for much of the season, eventually winning the division and gaining the number two seed in the Western Conference, matching the highest the team had ever been seeded for the playoffs. In the first round, they defeated the New Orleans Hornets in 5 games, which included a record-equaling 58-point margin-of-victory. Billups also set a Nuggets franchise record with the most 3 pointers in a playoff game with 8, and his 19 3-pointers in total is also a Nuggets record for 3s made in a playoff series. Billups averaged 22.6 ppg, 7.4 apg, and 3.8 3PM in that series. In his first year with the Nuggets, Billups led them back to the NBA Conference Finals for the first time since 1985. This was Billups' 7th straight conference finals. He joined Magic Johnson, Michael Cooper, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Kurt Rambis as the only players to accomplish this feat since the Boston Celtics of the 1950s and 1960s led by Bill Russell. Billups finished the season sixth in voting for the 2009 NBA Most Valuable Player Award. He received six fourth place votes and totaled 33 points. He was also selected to his second All-NBA Third Team.

For the 2009–10 season, Billups reverted to wearing No. 1, the same number he wore with the Detroit Pistons. Teammate J. R. Smith, who had previously worn No. 1 since being acquired by the Nuggets in 2006, changed to the No. 5 jersey.[10] On November 27, 2009, in the Nuggets' 128–125 win over the New York Knicks, Billups scored 32 points while teammate Carmelo Anthony scored 50. This made them only the third duo in NBA history to score at least 30 and 50 points respectively. On February 5, 2010, Billups set a career high in points with a 39-point performance in a road win over the Los Angeles Lakers with 27 of them coming from 9 three-pointers. During the 2010-11 season as a Nugget, he averaged 16.5 points per game, 5.3 assists per game, and 2.5 rebounds per game in 32.3 minutes per game. His .441 three point field goal percentage was a career high. He played 51 games with the team that season.

New York Knicks (2011)

Despite publicly professing his desire to finish his career in hometown Denver and retire as a Nugget, Billups was traded to the New York Knicks on February 22, 2011[11] as part of the Carmelo Anthony deal. Billups was "collateral damage"—as more than one sportswriter put it—of Carmelo Anthony's desire to play in New York and the Nuggets' desire to trade Anthony before he became a free agent.[12] "Oh it was hard, hardest thing I've ever had to do," Billups said. "I had to tell my girls that daddy was traded, that he was leaving to play across the country. I told them it wasn't my choice, that nothing could be done about it. I had to go. It wasn't a happy scene."[13] During the 2010-2011 season as a Knick, he averaged 17.5 points per game, 5.5 assists per game, and 3.1 rebounds per game in 31.6 minutes per game. He played 21 games with the Knicks.

The New York Knicks finished 42-40 and clinched the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference and made the playoffs for the first time since 2004. Billups suffered a knee injury while playing against the Celtics in Game 1 of the 2011 NBA Playoffs. The injury would keep Billups sidelined for the remainder of the playoffs.[14]

Shortly after the Knicks were eliminated from the playoffs by the Boston Celtics, Billups mentioned he would love to return to the Knicks next season. "I would love the opportunity to really try it up with these guys," Billups said. "Not like play 30 games after a trade, like really have a season. Have an opportunity to really get a fair shake with these guys. I would love to."[15] In December, 2011, the Knicks used their amnesty clause on Billups, and put him on waivers, ending his tenure as a Knick.

Los Angeles Clippers (2011–2013)

After his tenure with the Knicks came to an end, Billups became an unrestricted free agent. Many believed that a contender like the Miami Heat or the Los Angeles Lakers would end up acquiring Billups. However, on December 12, 2011, the Los Angeles Clippers claimed Billups off waivers. Billups indicated that he didn't want to be picked up by a team that was not contending for a championship and said he would retire if he was, pushing the NBA to warn him and his agent that he would be "in breach of his contract" if he did not show up.[16] However, the Clippers ended up trading for the Hornets' superstar point guard Chris Paul two days later. After the Chris Paul trade, Billups said that he was happy to be with the Clippers, saying that "I think these guys are ready to take the next leap and hopefully I can help with that".[17]

Billups, a point guard, was moved into the shooting guard position, which he was still getting used to when he was injured.[18] On February 7, 2012, an MRI revealed a tear in Billups's Achilles tendon, ending his season and only appeared in 20 games.[19] Billups helped the Clippers beat Miami, Oklahoma City, Orlando and the Los Angeles Lakers en route to a 19–9 start.[20]

On July 13, 2012, Billups re-signed with the Clippers on a 1-year deal. He made his season debut on November 28, 2012, against the Timberwolves. Billups was limited to only 22 games during the season because of various injuries,[21] including a sore back and tendinitis in his left foot.[18]

On June 10, 2013, Billups received the inaugural Twyman–Stokes Teammate of the Year Award. Billups was humbled by the award, and said, "For my name to be mentioned with [Jack Twyman], I really don't feel worthy, to be honest with you. It's kind of embarrassing."[21] During the 2012-13 season, Billups averaged a new career high free-throw percentage. He became a free agent after the season.

Return to Detroit Pistons (2013–2014)

On July 16, 2013, Billups signed a two-year, $5 million contract to return to the Detroit Pistons.[22][23] More knee problems caused him to miss most of the 2013–14 season, as he appeared in his fewest games since the 1999–2000 season and averaged career lows in points, minutes, steals, FG%, and 3P% during the year. The Pistons finished the season at 29-53, and missed the postseason.

On June 30, 2014, the Pistons announced they would not pick up their team option on Billups' contract for the 2014–15 season.[24]

On September 9, 2014, Billups announced his retirement from the NBA after 17 years.[25] Billups cited his health as the main reason for his retirement, as he never appeared in more than 22 games in his last three seasons in the league.[26]

On October 29, 2015, it was announced that the Pistons would retire Chauncey's #1 sometime during the 2015-2016 season.

All-star appearances

In 2006, Billups was selected to play in the 2006 NBA All-Star Game as a reserve for the Eastern Conference, along with former teammates Richard Hamilton, Rasheed Wallace and Ben Wallace. Pistons head coach Flip Saunders coached the Eastern Conference squad and put all four Pistons in the game when the east was falling behind; they were able to get the Eastern All-Star team back in the game.

During the 2006 NBA All-Star Weekend, Billups participated in the Three-point Shootout contest. He was eliminated in the first round of the contest after scoring 12 points.

In the 2007 NBA All-Star Game, Billups was chosen as a reserve, along with teammate Richard Hamilton, for the Eastern Conference, despite an injury that kept Billups out of five games early on in the season. Billups also took part in the Shooting Stars Competition alongside former Piston and Detroit Shock head coach Bill Laimbeer and Shock star Swin Cash. Team Detroit won the competition with Billups hitting the final half-court shot.

Billups was selected to play as a reserve in the 2008 NBA All-Star Game, along with teammates Richard Hamilton and Rasheed Wallace, an injury replacement. Billups was the only Nugget to be selected to the 2009 NBA All-Star Game.

Billups was chosen as the replacement by David Stern for injured New Orleans Hornets point guard Chris Paul at the 2010 NBA All-Star Game.[27]

NBA statistics

NBA championship

Regular season

1997–98 Boston 51 44 25.4 .390 .339 .817 2.2 4.3 1.5 .0 11.1
1997–98 Toronto 29 26 31.7 .349 .316 .919 2.7 3.3 1.0 .1 11.3
1998–99 Denver 45 41 33.1 .386 .362 .913 2.1 3.8 1.3 .3 13.9
1999–00 Denver 13 5 23.5 .337 .171 .841 2.6 3.0 .8 .2 8.6
2000–01 Minnesota 77 33 23.2 .422 .376 .842 2.1 3.4 .7 .1 9.3
2001–02 Minnesota 82 54 28.7 .423 .394 .885 2.8 5.5 .8 .2 12.5
2002–03 Detroit 74 74 31.4 .421 .392 .878 3.7 3.9 .9 .2 16.2
2003–04 Detroit 78 78 35.4 .394 .388 .878 3.5 5.7 1.1 .1 16.9
2004–05 Detroit 80 80 35.8 .442 .426 .898 3.4 5.8 1.0 .1 16.5
2005–06 Detroit 81 81 36.1 .418 .433 .894 3.1 8.6 .9 .1 18.5
2006–07 Detroit 70 70 36.2 .427 .345 .883 3.4 7.2 1.2 .2 17.0
2007–08 Detroit 78 78 32.3 .448 .401 .918 2.7 6.8 1.3 .2 17.0
2008–09 Detroit 2 2 35.0 .333 .286 .918 5.0 7.5 1.5 .5 12.5
2008–09 Denver 77 77 35.3 .420 .410 .900 3.0 6.4 1.2 .2 17.9
2009–10 Denver 73 73 34.1 .418 .386 .910 3.1 5.6 1.1 .1 19.5
2010–11 Denver 51 51 32.3 .438 .441 .923 2.5 5.3 1.0 .2 16.5
2010–11 New York 21 21 31.6 .403 .328 .902 3.1 5.5 .9 .1 17.5
2011–12 L.A. Clippers 20 20 30.4 .364 .384 .895 2.5 4.0 .5 .2 15.0
2012–13 L.A. Clippers 22 22 19.0 .402 .367 .938 1.5 2.2 .5 .0 8.4
2013–14 Detroit 19 7 16.3 .304 .292 .833 1.5 2.2 .4 .1 3.8
Career 1043 937 31.6 .415 .387 .894 2.9 5.4 1.0 .2 15.2
All-Star 5 0 19.0 .455 .320 .750 2.2 5.0 .4 .0 10.2


2001 Minnesota 3 0 8.7 .167 .000 1.000 1.7 .7 .0 .0 1.0
2002 Minnesota 3 3 44.7 .451 .400 .700 5.0 5.7 1.0 .3 22.0
2003 Detroit 14 14 34.6 .374 .310 .933 3.4 4.7 .6 .1 18.0
2004 Detroit 23 23 38.3 .385 .346 .890 3.0 5.9 1.3 .1 16.4
2005 Detroit 25 25 39.4 .428 .349 .893 4.3 6.5 1.0 .2 18.7
2006 Detroit 18 18 39.2 .406 .340 .905 3.4 6.5 1.2 .1 17.9
2007 Detroit 16 16 40.6 .435 .389 .832 3.3 5.7 1.2 .1 18.6
2008 Detroit 15 15 32.0 .401 .375 .832 2.9 5.5 .8 .1 16.1
2009 Denver 16 16 38.7 .457 .468 .906 3.8 6.8 1.3 .3 20.6
2010 Denver 6 6 34.5 .446 .355 .881 2.3 6.3 1.0 .5 20.6
2011 New York 1 1 35.0 .273 .333 1.000 2.0 4.0 .0 .0 10.0
2013 L.A. Clippers 6 6 19.2 .306 .353 .818 2.0 1.0 .2 .2 6.2
Career 146 143 36.4 .411 .366 .880 3.4 5.7 1.0 .2 17.3

National team

On March 5, 2006, Billups was selected to be a part of the 2006–2008 USA Men's Senior National Team program developed to restore Team USA back to the top of the basketball world after disappointments in the 2002 FIBA World Championship and the 2004 Summer Olympic Games.[28] After missing out in the 2006 FIBA World Championship due to personal reasons, on August 20, 2007, Billups was selected to be a part of Team USA that competed at the 2007 FIBA Americas Championship, a qualifying tournament for the Beijing Olympics.[29] Coming off the bench, he along with the other new members of the team including All Star Kobe Bryant helped USA go unbeaten at the tournament held in Las Vegas and earn a spot at next Summer Olympics. On June 17, 2008, Billups announced he would not compete for a spot to be on the Olympic squad stating family reasons though he did say "they'll be fine. And when they win the gold, I'll feel like I had a big hand in regaining our dominance because of what we did last summer."[30] During the tournament, Team USA went unbeaten on their way to their first gold medal since the 2000 Olympics, defeating Spain in the final.[31]

Personal life

Billups has a wife, Piper, and three daughters, Cydney, Ciara, and Cenaiya.[32] His friend, NBA player Kevin Garnett, is the godfather to Ciara. His younger brother, Rodney, was a point guard for the University of Denver, and was recently drafted in the NBA Development League.[33][34] He is the first cousin of running back LenDale White.[35]

Billups wore the #4 through high school and college and at times during his professional career because he idolized former Pistons guard Joe Dumars, the Pistons President of Basketball Operations during his time at Detroit.[36] His favorite NFL team is the Denver Broncos.[35]

Billups was featured on the cover of the video game NBA Ballers: Phenom and is the player's mentor.

On June 16, 2008, Billups appeared at Joe Louis Arena for a Barack Obama rally.[37]

See also


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  2. ^ Friend, Tom (May 11, 2009). "The Disposable Superstar".  
  3. ^ One Chauncey Billups mural replaced at CU
  4. ^ "Billups, Chauncey". Current Biography Yearbook 2011. Ipswich, MA: H.W. Wilson. 2011. pp. 67–70.  
  5. ^ "Pistons Sign Free Agent Guard Chauncey Billups". Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. July 17, 2002. Retrieved 2009-05-20. 
  6. ^ ESPN – Pistons keep Billups with four-year, $46M deal – NBA. (2007-07-11). Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  7. ^ Hochman, Benjamin (November 3, 2008). "Nuggets ship Iverson to Detroit for Billups". Denver Post. 
  8. ^ Graham, Pat (November 7, 2008). "No place like home for Denver native Billups". Associated Press. 
  9. ^ Dallas Mavericks vs. Denver Nuggets – Recap – November 07, 2008 – ESPN. (2008-11-07). Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  10. ^ Denver Nuggets official website. Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  11. ^ "Knicks Acquire Four-Time All-Star Carmelo Anthony".  
  12. ^ Sources: New York Knicks complete deal for Carmelo Anthony – ESPN New York. (2011-02-22). Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  13. ^ "Carmelo Tends to Garden of Good and Evil".  
  14. ^ Prada, Mike. "Chauncey Billups Could Miss Game 2 Of Celtics Vs. Knicks With Strained Knee". Blog article. SB nation. Retrieved 2010-10-21. 
  15. ^ Begley, Ian. "Chauncey Billups: I want to come back". ESPN. Retrieved 26 April 2011. 
  16. ^ Turner, Broderick (2011-12-11). "Clippers win waiver bid for Chauncey Billups". Los Angeles Times. 
  17. ^ Turner, Broderick (2011-12-16). "Chauncey Billups OK with playing for Clippers". Los Angeles Times. 
  18. ^ a b Turner, Broderick (2013-03-09). "Clippers' Chauncey Billups still finding his comfort zone". Los Angeles Times. 
  19. ^ "Clippers' Billups Has Torn Achilles', Ending His Season". The New York Times. February 7, 2012. 
  20. ^ Broussard, Chris. "Vinny Del Negro losing Clippers?". ESPN The Magazine. Retrieved 2012-03-22. 
  21. ^ a b Bresnahan, Mike (2013-06-09). "Clippers' Chauncey Billups wins NBA's first 'best teammate' award". Los Angeles Times. 
  22. ^ "Billups agrees to return to Pistons with two-year deal". Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. July 11, 2013. Retrieved July 14, 2013. 
  23. ^ "Pistons Sign Free Agent Guard Chauncey Billups". Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. July 16, 2013. Retrieved July 16, 2013. 
  24. ^ "Pistons not renewing Chauncey Billups' contract". June 30, 2014. Retrieved June 30, 2014. 
  25. ^ Chauncey Billups Retires from NBA After 17-Year Career
  26. ^ "Billups says 'it's time' in announcing retirement". Retrieved 2015-04-01. 
  27. ^ "Billups to replace Paul in 2010 NBA All-Star Game". Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. Feb 3, 2010. 
  28. ^ Team USA 2006–08 Announced. (2006-03-05). Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  29. ^ USA Men's Team Announced For FIBA Americas Championship at the Wayback Machine (archived January 13, 2009). August 20, 2007
  30. ^ Citing family reasons, Billups pulls out of consideration for Beijing. (2008-06-17). Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  31. ^ Brian Mahoney US hoops back on top, beats Spain for gold medal. USA Today (2008-08-24)
  32. ^ Fantasy Basketball Breaking News –. Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  33. ^ #1 in College Sports. Retrieved on 2012-05-27.
  34. ^ NBA Development League Announces 2006 Draft Results. November 2, 2006
  35. ^ a b "Five Things You Didn't Know About Chauncey Billups". June 2006. Retrieved 2007-02-21. 
  36. ^ PISTONS: FSN SPOTLIGHT – Chauncey Billups at the Wayback Machine (archived January 15, 2009).
  37. ^ at the Wayback Machine (archived June 23, 2008) (2008-06-17)

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