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Steven Hunter : biography

October 31, 1981 -

Steven D. Hunter (born October 31, 1981) is an American professional basketball player. He is listed as a center-forward. He most recently played for Dinamo Sassari.

Professional career

He has played for the Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns and the Philadelphia 76ers.

In the 2005 offseason, he signed with the 76ers as a free agent. They traded him to the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets on February 1, 2006 in exchange for two second-round draft picks in 2006 and 2007. On February 10, Philadelphia president Billy King announced that the Hornets rescinded the deal.

On September 10, 2007, Hunter was traded with Bobby Jones by the 76ers to the Denver Nuggets for Reggie Evans and the draft rights to Ricky Sanchez., published September 10, 2007

On August 7, 2009, the Nuggets traded Hunter and a lottery-protected 2010 first-round draft pick to the Memphis Grizzlies for a future second-round pick.

In October 2011 he signed with Dinamo Sassari in Italy.

Notes

NBA career statistics

Regular season

|- | align="left" | | align="left" | Orlando | 53 || 21 || 9.7 || .456 || .000 || .585 || 1.8 || .1 || .1 || .8 || 3.6 |- | align="left" | | align="left" | Orlando | 33 || 5 || 13.5 || .544 || .000 || .409 || 2.8 || .2 || .3 || 1.1 || 3.9 |- | align="left" | | align="left" | Orlando | 59 || 23 || 13.4 || .529 || .000 || .333 || 2.9 || .2 || .1 || 1.2 || 3.2 |- | align="left" | | align="left" | Phoenix | 76 || 3 || 13.8 || .614 || .000 || .479 || 3.0 || .2 || .1 || 1.3 || 4.6 |- | align="left" | | align="left" | Philadelphia | 69 || 35 || 19.0 || .601 || .000 || .514 || 3.9 || .2 || .2 || 1.1 || 6.1 |- | align="left" | | align="left" | Philadelphia | 70 || 41 || 22.9 || .577 || .000 || .490 || 4.8 || .4 || .2 || 1.1 || 6.4 |- | align="left" | | align="left" | Denver | 19 || 2 || 6.3 || .536 || .000 || .450 || 1.5 || .0 || .0 || .3 || 2.1 |- | align="left" | | align="left" | Memphis | 21 || 0 || 7.5 || .395 || .000 || .528 || 2.0 || .0 || .0 || .5 || 2.5 |- | align="left" | Career | align="left" | | 400 || 130 || 15.0 || .560 || .000 || .485 || 3.2 || .2 || .1 || 1.0 || 4.5

Playoffs

|- | align="left" | 2003 | align="left" | Orlando | 7 || 0 || 5.7 || .300 || .000 || .000 || .4 || .1 || .0 || .4 || .9 |- | align="left" | 2005 | align="left" | Phoenix | 15 || 0 || 14.2 || .558 || .000 || .600 || 2.5 || .2 || .1 || 1.2 || 4.0 |- | align="left" | 2008 | align="left" | Denver | 2 || 0 || 2.5 || .000 || .000 || .000 || 1.0 || .0 || .0 || .0 || .0 |- | align="left" | Career | align="left" | | 24 || 0 || 10.8 || .500 || .000 || .522 || 1.8 || .2 || .0 || .9 || 2.8

High school and college career

Hunter played basketball at Proviso East High School, which has a rich history in Illinois high school basketball, producing such NBA players as Sherell Ford, Michael Finley, Jim Brewer, Doc Rivers, Dee Brown, and Shannon Brown. Hunter then played two years at DePaul University in Chicago, before declaring himself eligible for the 2001 NBA Draft.

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