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Shabazz Muhammad
Shabazz Nagee Muhammad (born November 13, 1992) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball

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Shabazz Muhammad Muhammad with Minnesota in 2014Free agentPosition Shooting guard / Small forwardPersonal informationBorn (1992-11-13) November 13, 1992 (age 25)
Long Beach, CaliforniaNationality AmericanListed height 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)Listed weight 221 lb (100 kg)Career informationHigh school Bishop Gorman
(Las Vegas, Nevada)College UCLA (2012–2013)NBA draft 2013 / Round: 1 / Pick: 14th overall Selected by the Utah JazzPlaying career 2013–presentCareer history2013–2018 Minnesota Timberwolves2014 →Iowa Energy2018 Milwaukee Bucks Career highlights and awards
  • Second-team All-American – SN (2013)
  • First-team All-Pac-12 (2013)
  • Pac-12 co-Freshman of the Year (2013)
  • Naismith Prep Player of the Year (2012)
  • Mr. Basketball USA (2012)
  • Jordan Brand Classic co-MVP (2012)
  • McDonald's All-American Game MVP (2012)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Shabazz Nagee Muhammad (born November 13, 1992) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played one season of college basketball for the UCLA Bruins before being selected with the 14th overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft.

Muhammad went to Bishop Gorman High School, where he was named Mr. Basketball USA and Naismith Prep Player of the Year in his senior year. He was one of the top rated college basketball recruits in the class of 2012. In his only season with UCLA, he earned All-American honors and was named to the all-conference first team in the Pac-12; he was also voted Pac-12 co-Freshman of the Year.

Contents
  • 1 Early life
  • 2 High school career
  • 3 College career
    • 3.1 College statistics
  • 4 Professional career
    • 4.1 Minnesota Timberwolves (2013–2018)
    • 4.2 Milwaukee Bucks (2018)
  • 5 Career statistics
    • 5.1 NBA statistics
      • 5.1.1 Regular season
      • 5.1.2 Playoffs
    • 5.2 College statistics
  • 6 Personal life
  • 7 Awards/Honors
    • 7.1 High school
    • 7.2 College
    • 7.3 NBA
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links
Early life

Muhammad was born in Long Beach, California to Ron Holmes and Faye Muhammad. Ron Holmes was a 6-foot-5-inch (1.96 m) standout, four-year starting point guard for the USC Trojans men's basketball program in the 1980s. He played under the names of Ronald Muhammad, Ron Shabazz and Rashad Muhammad but settled on Ron Holmes after never finishing his religious conversion to Islam. Muhammad's mother, Faye, was a point guard and track star at Long Beach State.[1][2]

Shabazz Muhammad is the second of three children. His older sister Asia is a professional tennis player, and his younger brother Rashad played basketball in high school.[1][3][4] When Muhammad was six years old, he was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome.[5]

High school career

Muhammad attended high school in Las Vegas Valley in Nevada at Bishop Gorman High School, a Catholic high school with a $12,000 annual tuition that possessed a competitive athletics program. He became one of the few freshman to make their varsity basketball team.[1] In his junior year, Muhammad led Bishop Gorman averaging 25.1 points and 7.7 rebounds for the season.[6] Muhammad was also named the 2011 Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Nevada.

Muhammad was the 2011–12 high school diary keeper for SLAM Magazine.[7]

Muhammad played in the 2012 McDonald's All-American game, where he led the West team to a 106-102 victory over the East team, and was named the MVP of the game with 21 points and 6 rebounds. Muhammad also participated in and won the 2012 Powerade Jam Fest Dunk Contest.[8] He was rated as the No. 2 player in the class of 2012 in the ESPNU 100,[9] the No. 2 player by Scout.com,[10] and the No. 1 player by Rivals.com.[11] CBS college basketball analyst Greg Anthony called Muhammad a "once-in-a-generation talent."[12]

College career Muhammad with UCLA in 2012.

Boasting scholarship offers from scores of basketball programs, Muhammad's final list of schools was Duke, Kentucky, and UCLA. On April 11, 2012, Muhammad announced he would attend UCLA.[13][14] Muhammad was declared ineligible to play hours prior to UCLA's 2012–13 season opener against Indiana State due to alleged violations involving the NCAA's amateurism rules surrounding unofficial university visits.[15] The NCAA ruled he had received benefits for travel expenses and lodging from family friend Benjamin Lincoln, who had befriended Muhammad's father when Muhammad was in seventh grade, during unofficial visits to Duke and North Carolina.[16] After missing three games and an appeal by UCLA, he was reinstated, and his family was required to repay approximately $1,600.[17] Days before his reinstatement, several media outlets reported the boyfriend of the NCAA’s lead investigator boasted publicly that the NCAA would find him ineligible eight days after the investigation commenced.[18] The NCAA subsequently fired the investigator that was involved in the case.[19]

Muhammad scored 15 points off the bench in his debut in a 78–70 loss to Georgetown in the semifinals of the Legends Classic.[20] He became a starter in the next game against Georgia, and he scored a game-high 21 points in a 60–56 win in the Classic's consolation game.[21] Muhammad would then get a college-high 27 points, including a game-winning three pointer, in a 97-95 overtime victory against No. 7 Missouri.[22] He scored a game-high 23 points in an 84–73 road win over No. 6 Arizona.[23]

Muhammad received national recognition, earning second-team All-American honors from Sporting News and a Freshman All-American selection by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA).[24] He was also named to the All-Pac-12 first team, and was voted the Pac-12 co-Freshman of the Year along with Jahii Carson of Arizona State.[25] Muhammad finished the season averaging 17.9 points, 5.2 rebounds, 0.8 assists, 0.7 steals, and 0.1 blocks per game. He shot 44.3% from the floor and made 71.1% of his free throws.[26] While his scoring ability was unquestionable, he was not the flashy offensive player that was expected upon his signing. Muhammad struggled in the postseason, shooting 39.7 percent (23-for-58) and averaging 15.3 points in four games. He was 0-for-10 on three-point field goals.[27] During the season, he focused on shooting and rarely passed the ball.[27][28] He was also a weak defensive player, though he did show improvement.[27]

College statistics Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2012–13 UCLA 32 30 30.8 .443 .377 .711 5.2 0.8 0.7 0.1 17.9 Professional career Minnesota Timberwolves (2013–2018)

On April 16, 2013, Muhammad declared he would enter the 2013 NBA draft.[29] While he began his college career projected as a top-three draft pick, his stock fell to being viewed as a back-end lottery pick.[27] Muhammad was drafted 14th overall by the Utah Jazz; afterwards, his draft rights were traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves along with the 21st pick, Gorgui Dieng, in exchange for the ninth pick, Trey Burke.[30][31] While attending the NBA's rookie transition program in August before the season, Muhammad was sent home due to a rules violation.[32] On January 5, 2014, he was assigned to the Iowa Energy of the NBA Development League.[33] In four games with Iowa, he averaged 24.5 points, shot 57.1% from the field, and had 9.8 rebounds per game. He played in the D-League Showcase, and was named to the All-Showcase Team.[34] On January 13, he was recalled by the Timberwolves.[34] On February 8, with three teammates out injured, Muhammad scored 12 points in a 117–110 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers.[35] After playing sparingly for the Wolves most of the season, it was his first game playing over 10 minutes.[28][36] On February 25, Muhammad played a season-high 24 minutes and scored a season-high 20 points in a 110-101 win over the Phoenix Suns; he scored 10 points while playing the entire fourth quarter, and also had five of his six rebounds during that time.[28] On April 5, he sprained the medial collateral ligament (MCL) of his right knee against the Miami Heat, which forced him to miss the remainder of the season. He averaged 3.9 points per game for the season.[37]

During the offseason, Muhammad lost weight and tuned his offensive game, and he enjoyed an improved season in 2014–15 before suffering injuries.[38] On December 30, 2014, Muhammad scored a then career-high 30 points in a 100–94 loss to Utah.[39] On January 9, 2015, he missed the fourth quarter against the Milwaukee Bucks after suffering a strained external oblique.[40] The injury sidelined him for a month after he had been performing well, averaging 16.9 points and 4.9 rebounds over his previous 20 games.[41] Despite the injury, Muhammad was selected to participate in the Rising Stars Challenge during the 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend.[42] On February 21, 2015, he was ruled out for the rest of the season after requiring surgery for a torn ligament in his middle finger.[43]

Muhammad was able to stay healthy throughout 2015–16, playing in all 82 games. He saw his minutes dip slightly, as he managed 20.5 minutes per game compared to 22.8 mpg in 2014–15. As a result, Muhammad's scoring fell by three points per game and his three-point shooting fell almost all the way back to his rookie season level—he was taking threes at a higher rate in 2015–16 than in his first two seasons combined.[44] He finished with an average of 10.5 points per game and even set a career high during the season with 35 points on April 5 in a 124–117 overtime win over the Golden State Warriors.[45] While his offense remained steady, Muhammad's defense was considered statistically poor. Among 462 qualified players in 2015–16, Muhammad ranked 461st in ESPN's "Defensive Real Plus-Minus" statistic, ahead of only J.J. Barea.[44]

Muhammad continued to struggle on the defensive end in 2016–17, which made it difficult for him to earn the confidence of coach Tom Thibodeau over the first two months of the season.[46] He broke out on December 30, 2016, scoring 22 points in 18 minutes off the bench against the Milwaukee Bucks. He scored 10 first-quarter points against the Bucks and hit his first four three-pointers of the game to help lead the Timberwolves to a 116–99 win.[46]

On September 15, 2017, Muhammad re-signed with the Timberwolves.[47] On March 1, 2018, he was waived by the Timberwolves.[48]

Milwaukee Bucks (2018)

On March 4, 2018, Muhammad signed with the Milwaukee Bucks.[49] On April 9, 2018, he scored a season-high 22 points in a 102–86 win over the Orlando Magic.[50]

Career statistics NBA statistics Legend   GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game  FG%  Field goal percentage  3P%  3-point field goal percentage  FT%  Free throw percentage  RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game  BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high Regular season Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2013–14 Minnesota 37 0 7.8 .460 .273 .650 1.4 .2 .2 .0 3.9 2014–15 Minnesota 38 13 22.8 .489 .392 .717 4.1 1.2 .5 .2 13.5 2015–16 Minnesota 82 0 20.5 .465 .289 .764 3.3 .6 .3 .1 10.5 2016–17 Minnesota 78 1 19.4 .482 .338 .774 2.8 .4 .3 .1 9.9 2017–18 Minnesota 32 2 9.4 .388 .211 .710 1.4 .2 .2 .1 3.8 2017–18 Milwaukee 11 0 10.6 .552 .375 .895 2.8 .6 .4 .1 8.5 Career 278 16 17.2 .473 .319 .751 2.8 .5 .3 .1 9.0 Playoffs Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2018 Milwaukee 4 0 7.3 .450 .800 .600 1.0 .0 .5 .3 6.3 Career 4 0 7.3 .450 .800 .600 1.0 .0 .5 .3 6.3 College statistics Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2012–13 UCLA 32 30 30.8 .443 .377 .711 5.2 .8 .7 .1 17.9 Personal life

Muhammad's uncle, Stephone Paige, played nine seasons in the National Football League (NFL) with 377 career receptions. His aunt, Robin Holmes, was a four-year starter for Cal State Fullerton.[2]

On March 22, 2013, it was revealed in a report from the Los Angeles Times that Muhammad was actually born exactly one year earlier than his thought-to-be birthday of November 13, 1993.[51] A copy of his birth certificate on file with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health shows that he was born at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center exactly one year earlier, which made him 20 years old at the time. Los Angeles Times assumes that this was to make Muhammed look better "competing against younger, smaller athletes, particularly in the fast-growing years of early adolescence", and compared the case to that of baseball's Danny Almonte.[52] While Muhammad's father said the younger age in UCLA's media guide was "a mistake", numerous sources online show that Muhammad had been passing himself off as younger for years.[52][53]

Awards/Honors High school Muhammad with Bishop Gorman High School in 2011.
  • Nevada Gatorade Player of the Year (2011)
  • Naismith Prep Player of the Year (2012)
  • Mr. Basketball USA (2012)
  • Morgan Wootten Player of the Year Award winner (2012)
  • McDonald's All-American Game MVP (2012)
  • McDonald's All-American team selection (2012)
  • Jordan Brand Classic High School All-American team selection (2012)
  • First-team Parade All-American (2012)
  • Nike Hoop Summit (2012)
  • Nike Hoop Summit all-time leading scorer (2012)
  • Powerade Slam Dunk Contest winner (2012)
College
  • Second-team All-American – TSN (2013)
  • First-team All-Pac-12 (2013)
  • Freshman All-American (2013)
  • Pac-12 co-Freshman of the Year (2013)
NBA
  • Rising Stars Challenge (2015)
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Jesus and Muhammad 2 Rays of the Same Light: Profound Similarities, Shared Perspectives, and Congruence in Their Teaching
Jesus and Muhammad 2 Rays of the Same Light: Profound Similarities, Shared Perspectives, and Congruence in Their Teaching
The book Jesus and Muhammad 2 Rays of the Same Light takes the reader on a journey through the authentic teachings of Jesus and Muhammad. During the course of this journey, each reader is presented with numerous themes and topics that were excellently addressed by Jesus in the New Testament and that were also superbly addressed by Muhammad in the Quran, thus illustrating profound similarities, complements, and parallels. Providing ample food for thought and reflection, the book provides numerous examples where the teachings of Jesus and Muhammad clearly demonstrate continuity, balance, and congruence. An excellent analysis is made of The Sermon on the Mount, also entitled The Beatitudes, from Jesus while on the mountain compared to The Farewell Sermon, also entitled The Final Sermon, of Muhammad, also delivered while on a mountain. The critical insights and synergy is compelling and indeed thought-provoking, as well as inspirational. The book brilliantly explores the subject of religious interfaith, providing scriptural support from Jesus, as per the New Testament, and from Muhammad, as per the Quran, as an unbiased platform. The book does an excellent job of identifying numerous examples where the teachings of Jesus and Muhammad do indeed portray them as two rays of the same light!

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Shabazz Muhammad Timberwolves Light Switch Cover
Shabazz Muhammad Timberwolves Light Switch Cover
Light up any room with a custom light switch cover! This beautiful high gloss product can be used to accessorize any room for an event, theme, season or to show your fandom! The gloss finish looks equally good contrasting a flat finished wall or in coordination with glossy paint.

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$13.95



Shabazz Muhammad Milwaukee Bucks Game-Used #15 Green Shorts vs. Boston Celtics During Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Round 1 Playoffs on April 28, 2018 - Size 42 - Fanatics Authentic Certified
Shabazz Muhammad Milwaukee Bucks Game-Used #15 Green Shorts vs. Boston Celtics During Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Round 1 Playoffs on April 28, 2018 - Size 42 - Fanatics Authentic Certified
These game-used shorts were worn by Shabazz Muhammad during Game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference Round 1 Playoffs on April 28, 2018. It is officially licensed by the NBA and comes with an individually-numbered hologram from Fanatics Authentic and Certificate of Authenticity from the Milwaukee Bucks. To ensure authenticity, the item can be verified online using the Certificate of Authenticity's unique alpha-numeric code. This process helps to ensure that the product purchased is authentic and eliminates any possibility of duplication or fraud. Shabazz Muhammad memorabilia. Milwaukee Bucks memorabilia

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Shabazz Muhammad 2013-14 Prestige Minnesota Timberwolves Rookie Card #174
Shabazz Muhammad 2013-14 Prestige Minnesota Timberwolves Rookie Card #174
2013-14 Prestige Shabazz Muhammad Card

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$0.25



2017-18 Select Silver Prizms #116 Shabazz Muhammad Premier Level Timberwolves
2017-18 Select Silver Prizms #116 Shabazz Muhammad Premier Level Timberwolves
2017-18 Panini Select Silver Prizms #116 Shabazz Muhammad Premier Level

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Shabazz Muhammad Keep Calm Let Player Handle It Minnesota Basketball T Shirt XL Royal Blue
Shabazz Muhammad Keep Calm Let Player Handle It Minnesota Basketball T Shirt XL Royal Blue
This Shabazz Muhammad Keep Calm Let Player Handle It Minnesota Basketball T Shirt is provided on quality cotton. This cool tee is pre-shrunk and the graphics are colorfast. Makes a great gift!

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$19.99



The God Tribe of Shabazz - The True History
The God Tribe of Shabazz - The True History
The history of the God Tribe of Shabazz is one of the most elusive subjects of the Supreme Wisdom as taught by Messenger Elijah Muhammad, partly because it is spread out over so much time, on so many lectures and in so many different articles.The Tribe of Shabazz is not simply the offspring of a group of people who were the product of a disgruntled scientist who went into Africa to prove that He could “make a people that could withstand anything,” but a continuum of a vein of expression characteristic of how we as black people, who, when in our natural mind did things that were still superior to the best minds of mankind today. We are so far from what is actually natural for the Blackman, that we think that the trial and error mode of operating of this civilization today is brilliance; when in fact, the incidental actions of the Original Blackman is considered SUPERNATUAL by today’s standards.The Messenger of Allah, Elijah Muhammad, delves so far into the most profound depths of wisdom when sharing with us what our God, in person, Master Fard Muhammad, had revealed, it makes you wonder about who is out there dormant and simply waiting to hear that particular word, sentence, paragraph or perspective that will make the light in or above their heads illuminate with Allah’s voice communicating with them. In other words, it’s not necessary to be mining Facebook, Twitter or Google+, etc, for revelation. It’s being handed to you here.

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On Military Science: A Guide to Understanding the Meaning of F.O.I. (Volume 1)
On Military Science: A Guide to Understanding the Meaning of F.O.I. (Volume 1)
Collection of essays,letters, and class outlines based on military science and the teachings of the Most Hon. Elijah Muhammad as represented by the Hon. Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam.

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$15.00



Malik Zulu Shabazz Vs Darin Muhammad- Alex Jone's "Obama Deception" Debate DVD
Malik Zulu Shabazz Vs Darin Muhammad- Alex Jone's "Obama Deception" Debate DVD
Alex Jones and Malik Zulu Shabazz square off to debate the true intention of Alex Jone's "Obama Deception" DVD. Darin Muhammad says that Barack Obama is a puppet and that we must use Alex Jone's information to provide powerful information that we wont get from network tv. Malik Zulu Shabazz says Obama is not the true reason for oppression against Black people. He says the true problem makers are the white racist tendencies of America and people like Alex Jones! This is a must see! Also check out youtube.com for the promotional video!

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