Booth, Calvin
2006-07: Eighth season (Washington)… Appeared in 44 games with one start, averaging 1.6 points and 1.8 rebounds in 8.6 minutes per game… Ranked 12th in the league in blocks per 48 minutes played (3.64)… Recorded the second double-double of his career with a season-high 11 points and a career-high tying 11 rebounds at Milwaukee (4/1/07)… Had a season-high 4 blocks at Milwaukee (12/30/06)… Missed two games with a sore left knee from 4/6- 4/7/07… Made his only start of the season at Toronto (1/31/07)… PLAYOFFS… Appeared in Game 4 of Washington’s first round matchup with Cleveland, recording 4 points and 4 rebounds in 18 minutes of play.

Pro Career: Eight NBA seasons… In 327 games with 83 starts, averaging 3.5 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.03 blocks in 12.9 minutes per game… Shooting 45.3% from the floor and 75.3% from the line while averaging 3.85 blocks per 48 minutes played… PLAYOFFS: Has appeared in 10 career playoff games (10 with Dallas in 2001 and one with Washington in 2007), averaging 3.8 points and 2.8 rebounds in 13.7 minutes per game.

2005-06: Appeared in 33 games (two starts) and averaged 1.4 points and 1.6 rebounds in 7.6 minutes per game with Washington…With Antawn Jamison, was one of two Wizards active for every game…Made his first start of the season vs. Atlanta and finished with two points and two rebounds in 14 minutes (1/11)...Connected on his first career three-pointer and scored a season-high seven points vs. Houston (1/3)...Logged a season-high 21:45 and recorded a season-high seven rebounds and two steals vs. LA Lakers (12/26)...Had two points and two blocks in 9:44 in his season debut vs. Orlando (11/5).

2004-05: Began the season with Dallas and appeared in 34 games as a Maverick…Averaged 2.4 points and 1.7 rebounds in 7.7 minutes per game for Dallas…Registered a season-high 10 points at Phoenix (2/17)…Acquired by the Milwaukee Bucks from Dallas along with Alan Henderson in exchange for Keith Van Horn (2/24/05)…Logged a season-high 26 minutes at Utah (3/26)…Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds at Seattle (3/22).

2003-04: Averaged 4.9 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.42 blocks in 17.0 minutes per game in 71 games (35 starts) with Seattle…Ranked 23rd in the NBA in total blocks and 5th in blocks per 48 minutes (4.02).

2002-03: Averaged 2.9 points and 2.3 rebounds in 12.2 minutes per game in 47 games with Seattle…Scored a season-high 10 points versus Phoenix (4/16)…Grabbed a season-high six rebounds versus Utah (11/3).

2001-02: Averaged 6.2 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 18.6 minutes per game in 15 games with Seattle…Missed 58 games with a sprained right ankle.

2000-01: Averaged 5.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.02 blocks in 55 total games with Washington and Dallas…Played in 15 games for Dallas and averaged 7.5 points (.548 field goal percentage), 4.8 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in 19.5 minutes per game…Appeared in 40 games and made 22 starts for Washington…Averaged 4.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.03 blocks in 16.0 minutes per game for the Wizards.

1999-00: Missed the first 71 games of his rookie campaign with a strained right hamstring…Appeared in 11 games for Washington and averaged 3.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.27 blocks in 13.0 minutes per game.

PLAYOFFS: Has appeared in 10 career playoff games, and has averaged 3.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, 0.7 steals and 0.6 blocks in 13.7 minutes per game in his postseason career.

With his wife, Keisha, has a daughter, Carter, and a son, Carey…Sponsored a turkey giveaway to close to 400 needy area families at Thanksgiving…Joined Wizards Chairman Abe Pollin and Wizards coaches and teammates to host a Thanksgiving luncheon for Washington, DC area senior citizens in 2005…Was a correspondent for NBA TV during the second round of the 2006 NBA Playoffs…Is interested in pursuing a career in coaching or basketball operations after his playing career concludes…Is the only son of Calvin and Gail Booth, and has one sister, Carolyn…Nickname is "Cal"…Enjoys music, particularly Tupac Shakur, and video games…Lists Muhammad Ali as an athlete that he admires…Played collegiate basketball at Penn State, where he was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year for the 1997-98 season.
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