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Stromile Swift Swift in 2005. No. 4, 6 Power forward Personal information Date of birth November 21, 1979 (1979-11-21) (age 31) Place of birth Shreveport, Louisiana Nationality American High school Fair Park (Shreveport) Listed height 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) Listed weight 220 lb (100 kg) Career information College Louisiana State (1998–2000) NBA Draft 2000 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall Selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies Pro career 2000–2010 Career history 2000–2005 Vancouver/Memphis Grizzlies 2005–2006 Houston Rockets 2006–2008 Memphis Grizzlies 2008–2009 New Jersey Nets 2009 Phoenix Suns 2009–2010 Shandong Lions (China) Stats at Basketball-Reference.com Stromile Swift (born November 21, 1979) is an American professional basketball player. He is a 6'10" and 220 lbs power forward/center. Contents 1 College and early NBA career (Vancouver Grizzlies) 2 Houston Rockets 3 Second stint with Grizzlies (Memphis) 4 New Jersey Nets 5 Phoenix Suns 6 Philadelphia 76ers 7 Shandong Lions 8 NBA career statistics 8.1 Regular season 8.2 Playoffs 9 References 10 External links College and early NBA career (Vancouver Grizzlies) Swift spent his college career at Louisiana State University, where he led the Tigers to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament his sophomore year, during the time when the LSU men's basketball program was under probation and had limited scholarships available. Swift was selected second overall in the 2000 NBA Draft by the Vancouver Grizzlies. Houston Rockets After the 2004–05 season, he left the Grizzlies as a free agent and signed a four-year, $22 million contract with the Houston Rockets.[1] Before his departure to Houston for the 2005–06 season, Swift was the last remaining player on the Grizzlies roster to have moved with the team from Vancouver. Second stint with Grizzlies (Memphis) In 2006, he was traded back to the Grizzlies along with the rights to the #8 draft pick Rudy Gay in exchange for Shane Battier, in a draft day trade.[2] For some time, he was their starting center. New Jersey Nets On February 4, 2008, Stromile Swift was traded to the New Jersey Nets for Jason Collins and cash considerations.[3] Four days later, Swift played his first minutes with the Nets, scoring his first basket late in the game, on a jumper, against the Charlotte Bobcats. In the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, on February 12, he scored on an alley-oop dunk from Jason Kidd, in the only game they would see time on the court together in a Nets uniform, as Kidd would be traded to the Dallas Mavericks shortly thereafter. On March 1, 2009 Swift was waived by the Nets.[4] Phoenix Suns On March 4, 2009 the Suns signed Swift for the remainder of the season.[5] Philadelphia 76ers Stromile Swift signed with the 76ers in September of 2009,[6] but was released on October 12, 2009.[7] Shandong Lions Swift signed with the Shandong Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association in December 2009, and made his debut the same month. NBA career statistics Legend   GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game  FG%  Field-goal percentage  3P%  3-point field-goal percentage  FT%  Free-throw percentage  RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game  BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high Regular season Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2000–01 Vancouver 80 6 16.4 .451 .000 .603 3.6 .4 .8 1.0 4.9 2001–02 Memphis 68 14 26.5 .480 .000 .711 6.3 .7 .8 1.7 11.8 2002–03 Memphis 67 26 22.1 .481 .000 .722 5.7 .7 .8 1.5 9.7 2003–04 Memphis 77 10 19.8 .469 .250 .725 4.9 .5 .7 1.5 9.4 2004–05 Memphis 60 14 21.3 .449 .000 .758 4.6 .7 .7 1.5 10.1 2005–06 Houston 66 5 20.4 .491 .000 .651 4.4 .4 .6 .8 8.9 2006–07 Memphis 54 18 19.1 .465 .000 .724 4.6 .3 .6 1.1 7.8 2007–08 Memphis 35 4 15.7 .525 .000 .642 3.7 .6 .3 1.0 6.8 2007–08 New Jersey 21 0 14.0 .477 .000 .750 3.3 .2 .2 .9 5.0 2008–09 New Jersey 6 0 10.7 .600 .000 .455 2.2 .2 .0 .3 3.8 2008–09 Phoenix 13 0 9.3 .366 1.000 .533 2.5 .2 .3 .5 3.0 Career 547 97 19.8 .473 .074 .699 4.6 .5 .6 1.2 8.4 Playoffs Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2003–04 Memphis 4 0 18.5 .346 .000 .750 4.8 .8 .8 1.5 6.0 2004–05 Memphis 3 0 16.0 .600 .000 .571 4.7 .3 .3 .0 9.3 Career 7 0 17.4 .457 .000 .667 4.7 .6 .6 .9 7.4 References ^ "Houston Rockets Sign Stromile Swift". NBA.com. 2005-08-02. http://www.nba.com/rockets/news/Swift_Top_Story-147977-822.html. Retrieved 2009-04-27.  ^ "Grizzlies Trade Shane Battier to Houston in Exchange for Forward Stromile Swift and Draft Rights to Rudy Gay". NBA.com. 2006-07-12. http://www.nba.com/grizzlies/news/gay_swift_release-060712.html. Retrieved 2009-04-27.  ^ "NETS ACQUIRE STROMILE SWIFT". NBA.com. 2008-02-04. http://www.nba.com/nets/news/Swift_2_4_08.html. Retrieved 2009-04-27.  ^ "Nets Waive Stromile Swift". NBA.com. 2009-03-01. http://www.nba.com/nets/news/Nets_Waive_Swift.html. Retrieved 2009-04-27.  ^ "Swift Signs With the Suns". NBA.com. 2009-03-04. http://www.nba.com/suns/news/swift_signs_090304.html. Retrieved 2009-04-27.  ^ Philadelphia 76ers pick up free agents ^ Sixers waive Swift, Singletary. Retrieved on October 12, 2009. External links NBA.com profile - Stromile Swift LSU Tigers bio ClutchFans.net Stromile Swift Profile - Houston Rocket Fan Site Yahoo Sports Player Profile v · d · e2000 NCAA Men's Basketball Consensus All-Americans First Team Chris Carrawell • Marcus Fizer • A. J. Guyton • Kenyon Martin • Chris Mihm • Troy Murphy Second Team Courtney Alexander • Shane Battier • Mateen Cleaves • Scoonie Penn • Morris Peterson • Stromile Swift v · d · eSoutheastern Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year 1965: C. Lee | 1966: C. Lee & P. Riley | 1967: R. Widby | 1968: P. Maravich | 1969: P. Maravich | 1970: P. Maravich | 1971: J. Neumann | 1972: M. Edwards & T. Parker | 1973: K. Grevey & W. Hudson | 1974: J. van Breda Kolff | 1975: K. Grevey & B. King | 1976: B. King | 1977: E. Grunfeld & B. King | 1978: R. King | 1979: R. King | 1980: K. Macy | 1981: D. Wilkins | 1982: D. Ellis | 1983: D. Ellis & J. Malone | 1984: C. Barkley | 1985: K. Walker | 1986: K. Walker | 1987: D. McKey & T. White | 1988: W. Perdue | 1989: C. Jackson | 1990: C. Jackson | 1991: S. O’Neal | 1992: S. O'Neal | 1993: J. Mashburn & B. McCaffrey | 1994: C. Williamson | 1995: C. Williamson | 1996: T. Delk | 1997: R. Mercer | 1998: A. Sesay | 1999: C. Porter | 2000: D. Langhi & S. Swift | 2001: T. Prince | 2002: E. Dudley | 2003: K. Bogans & R. Slay | 2004: L. Roberts | 2005: B. Bass | 2006: G. Davis | 2007: D. Byars & C. Lofton | 2008: S. Foster | 2009: M. Thornton | 2010: J. Wall | 2011: C. Parsons v · d · e2000 NBA Draft First round Kenyon Martin · Stromile Swift · Darius Miles · Marcus Fizer · Mike Miller · DerMarr Johnson · Chris Mihm · Jamal Crawford · Joel Przybilla · Keyon Dooling · Jérôme Moïso · Etan Thomas · Courtney Alexander · Mateen Cleaves · Jason Collier · Hedo Türkoğlu · Desmond Mason · Quentin Richardson · Jamaal Magloire · Speedy Claxton · Morris Peterson · Donnell Harvey · DeShawn Stevenson · Dalibor Bagarić · Jake Tsakalidis · Mamadou N'Diaye · Primož Brezec · Erick Barkley · Mark Madsen Second round Marko Jarić · Dan Langhi · A. J. Guyton · Jake Voskuhl · Khalid El-Amin · Mike Smith · Soumaila Samake · Eddie House · Eduardo Nájera · Lavor Postell · Hanno Möttölä · Chris Carrawell · Olumide Oyedeji · Michael Redd · Brian Cardinal · Jabari Smith · DeeAndre Hulett · Josip Sesar · Mark Karcher · Jason Hart · Kaniel Dickens · Igor Rakočević · Ernest Brown · Dan McClintock · Cory Hightower · Chris Porter · Jaquay Walls · Scoonie Penn · Pete Mickeal Persondata Name Swift, Stromile Alternative names Short description Date of birth November 21, 1979 Place of birth Shreveport, Louisiana Date of death Place of death