Extractions: Chauncey-Billups Chauncey Ray Billups (born September 25, 1976 in Denver, Colorado) is the starting point guard and team captain for the National Basketball Association's Detroit Pistons. He played college basketball at the University of Colorado. He was honored by the university in 2004 as the fifth player to have his jersey (number 4) retired. His nickname is "Mr. Big Shot." He was the 2004 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player. Chauncey Billups attended George Washington High School in Denver. While there, he was a four time All-State first team pick, the Mr. Colorado basketball pick three times, and Colorado Player of the Year as a sophomore and as a junior. He was selected to the 1995 McDonald's All-American Team but did not play due to a knee injury. Drafted third overall in the 1997 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics, Billups was traded to the Toronto Raptors in exchange for Kenny Anderson midway through his first season. In addition to the Raptors, he also played for the Denver Nuggets and was traded to the Orlando Magic, although he never played a game in Orlando, being on injured list until season's end. He was signed by the Minnesota Timberwolves as a back-up to then point guard Terrell Brandon. Billups replaced the often-injured Brandon, and had a breakthrough 2001-2002 season. In June 2002, Billups signed in Detroit as a free agent to be the team's new starting point guard. Billups quickly established himself in the Pistons squad, earning respect from fans and colleagues for his tenacious defense and clutch shooting. He helped lead the Pistons to the 2004 NBA championship, averaging 21 points per game and 5.2 assists in the NBA Finals to earn the Finals MVP deservedly in a team dominated by outstanding teamwork. In 2005, the Pistons lost a heartbreaking finals in seven games to the San Antonio Spurs, in which Billups would have likely been Finals MVP again had they prevailed. He also earned a spot on the 2005 NBA Second All-Defensive Team, along with teammate Tayshaun Prince, while teammate and co-captain of the Pistons Ben Wallace took home the Defensive Player of the Year Award.
Chauncey Billups - Hoopedia Chauncey Ray Billups (born September 25, 1976, in Denver, Colorado) is a NBA Point Guard and for the Denver Nuggets and a member of the 2004 NBA Finals champs Detroit Pistons. http://hoopedia.nba.com/index.php?title=Chauncey_Billups
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Extractions: Piper Billups regularly seen cheering for her man A few nights ago CBS4 took a closer look into the lives of one of Denver's new first families, the Billups. Piper Billups, wife of Nuggets star player, Chauncey Billups, spoke candidly with CBS4's Gloria Neal, showing Neal their home-life and discussing what it's like to be home again as an NBA wife. (Apparently it's good, to be home... Penny Parker reported in today's Denver Post that the couple just "sealed the deal" on their new Cherry Hills home). The couple were high school sweethearts at Denver's George Washington High School... and today they say they are happy to be raising three daughters in the city where they met and grew up. You can read more about the the lives of Piper and Chauncey Billups on the CBS4 website - and you can also see some video clips in case you missed it too.
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Extractions: GROWING UP Chauncey Billups was born in Denver, Colorado on September 25, 1976 to Ray and Faye Billups. The couple welcomed another boy, Rodney, and a girl, Maria, in the following years. The Billups family was a closeknit bunch. Faye doted on her children, and they looked out for one another. Chauncey and Rodney were particularly tight. Both loved sports and were excellent athletes. Chauncey, however, possessed an inner drive that his little brother did not. His top two sports were basketball and football, and he worked hard every day to improve in both. Joe Dumars biography The one thing the Buffaloes could not offer Chauncey was a proud basketball tradition. Coming off a sub-.500 season, the team had not been to the NCAA Tournament since the late 1960s. Coach Joe Harrington was trying to rebuild the program, and Chauncey became the centerpiece of that effort. But the 1995-96 season turned ugly for Colorado, both on and off the court.
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