Finished 5th in the 2006 MVP voting
He won Player of the Week honors (11/17-11/23) in 2003.
he was the 2004 NBA Finals MVP.
He had a career high 3 blocks against Denver on February 15, 2002.
He finished 6th in the NBA in Free Throw Percentage in 2005-06 (.894).
He has played for Boston, Toronto, Denver, Orlando, Minnesota, and Detroit.
He left college after his Sophomore year to enter the NBA Draft.
He ranked 5th in the 2005-06 NBA season in Three Pointers Made (184)
He was on the 2005 NBA All-Defensive Second Team.
He was nicknamed "Smooth" in college
He had a career high 19 assists against Sacramento on December 14, 2005
He signed with the Detroit Pistons on July 17, 2002.
He led the NBA in Assist Per Turnover Ratio in 2005-06 (4.11).
His team won the Colorado High School Basketball Championship twice.
He was named a McDonald's High School All-American in 1995.
His favorite athlete is Magic Johnson.
He has a wife, Piper Riley, and two daughters, Cyndey Renee and Ciara Rai.
He is the son of Faye and Ray Billups.
He had a career high 7 steals against Atlanta on January 23, 1998.
He was the Player of the Month for January of 2006.
He finished fourth in the NBA in 2006 for Assist Per Game (8.6).
He went to his first All-Star Game in February, 2006.
As of 2006 he is 6'3" and weighs 202 lbs.