As a freshman in college he averaged 7.4 points and 14.9 minutes. He also had 50 season assists, which led all ACC freshmen.
Over his NBA career he has averaged 21.1 minutes, 9.5 points, 1.7 assists, and 2.0 rebounds per game.
He wore number three at Maryland and on every pro team he has played on.
Both of his parents did heroin and died of AIDS, before he reached the age of 17.
He plays shooting guard, even though he is the size of a typical point guard.
His aunt, Sheila Dixon, is the mayor of Baltimore, Maryland.
In his first year with Portland the team came in last place in the NBA, but he was able to start in 42 games and average his NBA career best of 12.3 points a game.
He played with Steve Blake at Maryland, on the Washington Wizards, and on the Portland Trailblazers.
He was NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player and ACC Men's Basketball Player of the Year in 2002.
He played with the Portland Trailblazers from 2005 until 2007.
In 2005 he scored his career high, 35 points, in game 4 of the playoff series against Chicago.
He played with the Washington Wizards for three seasons, from 2002 until 2005.
In 2002 the Washington Wizards drafted him as the 17th overall pick.
In 2002 he was on the cover of the video game NCAA Final Four.
He is 6'3" and 164 lbs.
He is the Maryland Terrapin's all time leading scorer and he is the only NCAA player to get 2,000 points, 300 steals, and 200 three-pointers.
He went to Calvert Hall high school, and he played on the basketball team.
He played basketball at the University of Maryland, and he led his team to a championship in 2002.
He was raised by his older brother, Phil.
On the trade deadline of the 2007 NBA season, he was traded to the Toronto Raptors.