Shandon has posted a career-high 15 free throws attempted on 2 times.
Shandon has posted a career-high 13 free throws made on November 2, 2000 against Milwaukee.
Shandon has posted a career-high 11 three-pointers attempted on April 18, 2000 against Phoenix.
Shandon has posted a career-high 6 three-pointers made on April 18, 2000 against Phoenix.
Shandon has posted a career-high 22 field goals attempted on November 24, 2003 against Boston.
Shandon has posted a career-high 12 field goals made 2 times.
Shandon has scored a career-high 35 points 2 times.
Shandon ranks #3 on the Utah Jazz all-time postseason field goal percentage list, connecting on 48.4 percent of his attempts.
Shandon has scored in double figures in the postseason 12 times, grabbed double-figure rebounds once and recorded one double-double.
Shandon has appeared in 61 NBA postseason contests and has averaged 5.7 points, 3.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 19.4 minutes while shooting 45.3 percent from the floor, 35.6 percent from three-point range and 69.9 percent from the foul line.
Shandon streak was the longest current streak in the NBA before sitting out New York's January 23, 2004 game at Atlanta as a DNP-CD.
Shandon played in a career-high 543 consecutive games from January 30, 1997-January 21, 2004, the streak tied Karl Malone for the 12th longest in NBA history.
Shandon grabbed double-figure rebounds on 11 occasions and has recorded eight double-doubles.
Shandon increased his scoring average each of his first four years in the league.
Shandon went to college at Georgia.
Shandon weighs 250 pounds.
Shandon is 6 feet, 6 inches tall.
Shandon is the younger brother of Willie Anderson, a former member of the New York Knicks and Miami Heat.
Shandon currently plays as a guard-forward for the Miami Heat.