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Position
F
 
Jersey
44
Name  Jeff Taylor
Born  5/23/1989
Height  6-7
Weight  225
College  Vanderbilt
Home Town  Norrkoping, Sweden
High School  Hobbs
OctoberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
10/30 @Houston27510302201100
Total27510302201100
NovemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
11/1 Cleveland21830201110020
11/2 @New Orleans24510300010001
11/5 @New York181352122410025
11/6 Toronto281351212310023
11/8 New York17521011210112
11/11 Atlanta251040206610014
11/13 @Boston291240401110002
11/15 @Cleveland281151023510001
11/16 Miami301452210111004
11/18 @Chicago332092023501024
11/20 Brooklyn17000001121012
11/22 Phoenix17420000000025
11/23 @Milwaukee27931201111011
11/25 Boston27731003300014
11/27 Indiana19420003300005
11/29 Milwaukee28420000020001
Total3881395511189273614411544
DecemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
12/1 @Miami23731003300043
12/3 @Dallas3000010100002
12/6 Philadelphia362082235811101
12/11 Orlando30831101120001
12/13 @Indiana36940100022023
12/14 LA Lakers27730123503102
12/17 Sacramento26832003321003
12/18 @Toronto22521001111133
12/20 @Detroit0000000000010
Total203642675616228831018
Season Total618208821826154560221352562
 
Notes:
2012: Selected by Charlotte in 2nd round (31st overall) of the NBA Draft.

Named First Team All-SEC in 2011-12 after averaging 16.1 ppg on 49.3 percent field goal efficiency, while adding 5.6 rpg, 1.7 apg and 1.3 spg...Very effective from three-point range, draining 1.8 treys per outing at a 42.3 percent clip...An impact player during all four years at Vanderbilt, increasing his scoring total each season (12.2 ppg in 2008-09, 13.3 in 2009-10, 14.7 in 2010-11)...Played for the Swedish National Team in the Under-20 European Division B Championships in 2008, where he averaged 19.4 ppg, 9.3 rpg and 2.8 apg in eight games...Possesses some of the best physical tools of any swing player in this year`s draft class...An excellent athlete, very strong, fast and a powerful leaper...Moves best without the ball...Came to college as a non-factor from three-point range only to develop into a very reliable outside shooter during his senior year...A solid passer who is unselfish and always plays within the team`s scheme...An outstanding defender, mentioned alongside Kentucky`s Michael Kidd-Gilchrist as the best wing defender in the SEC last season...A sub par ball-handler, limiting his dribble-and-drive production...Though his jump shot has improved, he is still spotty with his mechanics and the deeper NBA three-point line should limit his long-range production...Has a tendency to disappear in big moments...Limited scoring potential hinders his ceiling, but still has a chance to be an impact player for a team in need of an athletic small forward.