Jimmie Haywood

Jimmie Haywood

Player Profile


Seattle, WA

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6-2 / 174




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OREGON STATE 2002-2003: Haywood’s senior year will involve a fresh start with a new coaching staff...arguably OSU’s top athlete on the roster...adept at getting to the rim or shooting perimeter jumpers...expected to play with more confidence this season...he enters his senior season eighth for career three-point field goals at OSU with 93...he underwent knee (left) surgery in April and foot (left) surgery in May -- the knee surgery was a result of a in-season injury, while the foot surgery was a result of a postseason workout injury...he was reinstated to the program May 24.

2001-2002: Haywood played in 23 games, starting 21, before leaving the program Feb. 18....he averaged 9.0 points and 27.7 minutes...he and teammate Philip Ricci missed the season opener due to a minor NCAA violation for playing in an unsanctioned summer tournament...he scored in double figures in nine games, including a career-high 23 points at Washington State -- he made 3 of 4 free throw attempts in the final six seconds to give OSU the victory...tallied 20 points in an early season victory at home over San Diego...shot .400 (32-80) from three-point range, including matching his career-high of four threes in games at Washington State and at Arizona...notched a career-high four steals vs. Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne....grabbed a career-high nine rebounds vs. California.

2000-2001: Haywood averaged 8.9 points per game overall, including 10.6 in Pac-10 contests (2nd on the team)...averaged 13.0 points over the final nine games, shooting .506 (42-83) from the field...hit .352 (31-88) from three-point range for the season, including .429 (24-56) in conference action...played 93 percent of the possible minutes over the final nine games, which twice included all 45 minutes of overtime contests vs. UCLA and California...started the last nine games, and 14 for the season...scored a season-high 20 points against Stanford Feb. 10, after posting a season-high 17 two nights earlier vs. California...scored in double figures in 11 games, including seven of the last nine...made a trio of three-point field goals in four games...made a lay-up at the buzzer in the Feb. 8 game vs. Cal to force overtime...had a season-high eight rebounds vs. USC...equaled his career-high with six assists at Washington...missed a majority of practice the first two weeks of the season with a sprained right ankle...partially separated his right shoulder Dec. 2 at San Diego, an injury that did not cause him to miss any games...recipient of the team’s Jim Anderson Award for most improved player.

1999-2000: Haywood averaged 4.9 points and 2.0 assists during his true-freshman season...his 58 assists were second for the team...one of three players on the roster to play all 29 games, starting 11...scored in double figures five times, including a season-high 12 at Colorado State and at Arizona...played 30-plus minutes four times...buried 4 of 4 three-point field goals at Arizona and 3 of 3 in the season finale at Oregon...had a career-high six assists in games vs. Denver and Eastern Washington...pulled down six rebounds at Stanford, and had three games with five boards.

FRANKLIN: Haywood lettered and started three years...also started as a freshman at Rainier Beach High School...averaged 22 points, six rebounds, four assists, and four steals as a senior...averaged 14.5 points and five rebounds as a junior...scored 42 points vs. Cascade High School as a senior for his prep career high...led the team to a 24-9 record and eighth place in the 4A state tournament as a senior...two-time All-KingCo League selection and first team all-state as a senior...member of the Orange County Fab 15 Second Team...team captain as a sophomore and junior...member of the 4A state all-tournament team as a junior and senior.

PERSONAL: Born December 25, 1980 in Seattle...son of Yolanda Haywood...has three brothers and one sister...hobbies include drawing and surfing the web...Anfernee Hardaway and Allen Iverson are his favorite athletes...majoring in English.

GAMES OF NOTE: Jan. 24, 2002 at Washington State -- Haywood made 3 of 4 free throw attempts in the last six seconds to help OSU to a 74-72 win in Pullman...he scored a career-high 23 points in the effort, and hit 4 of 6 three-point field goal attempts...he had a steal with one second remaining when the game was tied before hitting two free throws.

Feb. 8, 2001 vs. California -- Haywood sent the game into overtime when he made a layup at the buzzer on an inbounds pass from Adam Masten...he scored a then career-high 17 points on 6 of 10 from the field, including 3 of 6 from beyond the arc.

Feb. 10, 2001 vs. Stanford -- Haywood hit 8 of 11 from the field, including all three of his three-point field goal attempts as OSU battled the No. 2 Cardinal at home...his 20 points marked a then career-high.

2002	23/21	75-181	.414	32-80	.400	24-42	.571	206	9.0	66	2.9	38/0	37	37	1	24	638
2001	28/14	86-190	.453	31-88	.352	46-60	.767	249	8.9	77	2.8	58/1	50	49	0	29	831
2000	29/11	51-141	.362	30-88	.341	11-23	.478	143	4.9	57	2.0	53/0	58	42	1	19	637
Totals	80/46	212-512	.414	93-256	.363	81-125	.648	598	7.5	200	2.5	149/1	145	128	2	63	2106

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