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Croshere, Austin
Background
NBA CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Originally drafted by Indiana Pacers in first round of 1997 NBA Draft (#12 overall)...Traded by Indiana to Dallas in exchange for Marquis Daniels on July 12, 2006...Signed as a free agent with Golden State on August 3, 2007...Enters the 2007-08 season owning career averages of 7.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 18.2 minutes (601 regular-season games in 10 seasons with Indiana and Dallas)...Has seen action in 68 playoff games (six starts), averaging 6.7 points and 3.6 rebounds in 18.2 minutes per game...His team has appeared in the playoffs in each of his 10 NBA seasons (did not play rookie year)...Is one of just five players to play for Indiana for nine seasons, joining Reggie Miller, Rik Smits, Dale Davis and Vern Fleming...Has shot at least 80.0% from the foul line every season except his rookie year...Over the past four seasons has made all but 60 of a possible 514 free throws (88.3% FT).

2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS WITH DALLAS: Appeared in 61 games (two starts), averaging 3.7 points, 3.0 rebounds and 11.9 minutes...Tallied career-high 34 points (11-14 FG, 7-10 3FG, 5-5 FT) in 24 minutes vs. Seattle (1/30), establishing a new career-high for three-pointers made and a season-high for field goals made...10-plus points six times...20-plus points once...30-plus points once...10-or-more rebounds twice...Missed two games due to a strained left hamstring...Appeared in three games of First Round playoff series against Golden State, averaging 5.0 points and 2.0 rebounds in 11.3 minutes.

2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: Established career-highs in field goal percentage (.463 FG%) and games started (26)...Scored in double figures 21 times and recorded four double-doubles...Missed 29 games due to injury, including all of February and part of March with a concussion.

2004-05 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: Shot 88.3% (226-256 FT) from the line and ranked ninth in the NBA in free throw percentage...As a starter, averaged 14.3 points and 7.9 rebounds...Appeared in 13 playoff games as Pacers advanced to Eastern Conference Finals, averaging 4.8 points.

2003-04 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: Shot a career-high 89.4% (93-104 FT) from the free throw line...Ranked 26th in the NBA in three-pointer percentage, shooting 38.6% (56-144 3FG) from long range.

2002-03 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: Shot a career-high 39.1% (27-69 3FG) from long range.

2001-02 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: In 26 games while playing 20-plus minutes, averaged 12.5 points and 6.3 rebounds.

2000-01 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: Saw action in career-high-tying 81 games (23 starts), averaging 10.1 points, 4.8 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 23.1 minutes...Shot 86.6% (200-231 FT) from the free-throw line, which raked 14th in the NBA...Recorded eight double-doubles, including four-straight from 11/15-11/21...Averaged playoff career-high 10.8 points in four games of First Round loss to Philadelphia.

1999-2000 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: Appeared in 81 games (14 starts), averaging a career-high 10.3 points, a career-high 6.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 23.3 minutes per game...Finished fourth in voting for the NBA’s Most Improved Player award...Scored in double-figures 48 times and recorded 11 double-doubles...As a starter, averaged 12.3 points and 8.9 rebounds...Appeared in 23 playoff games as Pacers advanced to NBA Finals, averaging 9.4 points and 4.7 rebounds...In NBA Finals vs. Lakers, averaged 15.2 points and 6.0 rebounds, including career playoff high 24 points in 25 minutes in Game 2.

1998-99 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: Played in 27 of a possible 50 games, averaging 3.4 points and 1.7 rebounds in 9.2 minutes per game.

1997-98 HIGHLIGHTS WITH INDIANA: As a rookie, appeared in just 26 games due to injuries, averaging 2.9 points and 1.7 rebounds in 9.3 minutes per game...Did not play in any of Pacers 16 playoff games, marking only time in NBA career he has not played in postseason.

COLLEGE: Became the 32nd player in Providence history to register over 1,000 career points...Is 10th on Providence’s all-time scoring list with 1,523 points...As a senior, helped Providence reach the 1997 NCAA Elite Eight by averaging 22.8 points and 5.8 rebounds...Set Providence College’s NCAA Tournament record with 39 points in First Round vs. Marquette, including perfect 15-15 from free-throw line.
Personal

Full name is Austin Nathan Croshere...Has ties with several current Warriors, having played alongside Stephen Jackson and Al Harrington in Indiana, as well as Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Chris Mullin during his first three years with Pacers...Also attended the same high school (Crossroads in Santa Monica) as Baron Davis (Austin was a senior when Baron was in 8th grade)...Upon signing with Warriors, attended session of Warriors Basketball Camp in San Ramon to interact with youth participants...In previous seasons with other teams, was extremely active in community outreach programs, regularly participating in Make-A-Wish Foundation postgame activities in Dallas...Was also involved in the Call-A-Pacer program and the Community Ticket Block program in Indiana...Enjoys visiting schools and youth organizations...Donates to the Santa Monica Boys Club...Identifies Alzheimer’s Disease as a cause close to his heart...Lists his greatest thrills outside of sports as his wedding and birth of his children...Was an all-conference volleyball player in high school...As a youngster, his basketball hero was Magic Johnson...Younger brother Damon played basketball at Loyola-Marymount...Favorite author is Ernest Hemingway...Has a chocolate Labrador named Blake...First job was at the Santa Monica Boys Club...Favorite singer is Sting and favorite actor is Al Pacino...Earned his degree in business management...He and wife, Emily, have two children...Wears a size 16 basketball shoe.
Home Career Season & Totals Season Splits Game Logs Bio
Azubuike, Kelenna POS:Guard-Forward -
Barnes, Matt POS:22 -Forward
Belinelli, Marco POS:18 -Guard
Biedrins, Andris POS:15 -Center
Croshere, Austin POS:44 -Forward
Davis, Baron POS:1 -Guard
Ellis, Monta POS:Guard -
Harrington, Al POS:3 -Forward-Center
Jackson, Stephen POS:1 -Forward
Lasme, Stephane POS:45 -Forward
O'Bryant, Patrick POS:26 -Center
Perovic, Kosta POS:Center -
Pietrus, Mickael POS: -Forward
Watson, C.J. POS:23 -Guard
Wright, Brandan POS:32 -Forward
 
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