Pronunciation, last name: "DO-mars"
Sophomore (2010-11) ... Sat out of fall semester of competition due to NCAA transfer rules, but was able to practice with the team ... Dressed for the first and only game against Purdue (Dec. 28) ... Missed the remainder of the season due to injury ... Helped U-M to 21-14 overall record ... After starting season 1-6 in Big Ten, closed with a 9-9 record to tie for fourth ... Helped U-M to No. 4 seed at Big Ten Tournament ... Eliminated in semifinal to No. 1 seed Ohio State, 68-61 ... Helped U-M to No. 8 seed at NCAA Tournament ... Fell in third round to No. 1 seed Duke, 73-71.
Freshman (2009-10) ... Transferred to Michigan after playing the first semester at South Florida ... Due to NCAA transfer rules, sat out of winter semester of competition, but was able to practice with the team ... Helped U-M to a 15-17 overall record ... Helped U-M to a 7-11 Big Ten record to tie for seventh ... Helped U-M to No. 8 seed in Big Ten Tournament ... Eliminated in quarterfinal by No. 1 seed Ohio State, 69-68 ... Prior to transfer, played in six games at South Florida ... Scored six total points ... Scored a career-high six points against Kent State (Nov. 25) ... Shot 25.0 percent (2-for-8) from the field and three-point line ... Averaged 4.5 minutes per game ... Played in 27 total minutes ... Played a career-high 13 minutes against Kent State.
Prep Career ... Detroit Country Day (2009) ... Coached by Kurt Keener ... Three-year varsity letterwinner ... Averaged 11.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists for prep career ... Helped Country Day to 67-13 varsity record ... Member of 2007 Class B State Championship team ... As a senior (2008-09): Averaged 10.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.3 assists ... Helped Country Day to a 24-2 record ... Closed with final No. 16 ranking by USA Today ... Ended regular season 19-1 and ranked No. 1 in State of Michigan ... Team captain ... Helped Country Day to a Class B State quarterfinal ... Lost to eventual state champion Flint Powers Catholic (85-81) ... Class B Regional 12 Champions after win against Academy of Oak Park Mendota (83-40) ... Advanced to Regional final after win against Detroit Crockett (73-53) ... Class B District Champions after win against Madison Heights Madison (84-61) ... Advanced to district final after wins against Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood (81-43) in semifinal and Bloomfield Hills Lahser (95-63) in first round ... As a junior (2007-08): Averaged 14.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists ... Helped Country Day to 21-5 record ... Helped Country Day to a Class B State quarterfinal appearance ... Lost to eventual state runner-up Flint Powers Catholic (48-35) ... Class B Regional 5 Champions after win against Madison Heights Madison (54-52) ... Advanced to Regional final after win against Detroit Renaissance (69-55) ... Class B District Champions after win against Bloomfield Hills Andover (62-52) ... Advanced to district final after wins against Madison Heights Lamphere (59-25)in semifinal and Clintondale (74-49) in first round ... Set Country Day school record with nine three-point field goals against Lake Orion ... As a sophomore (2006-07): Averaged 10.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.9 assists ... Helped Country Day to 22-6 record ... Helped Country Day to Class B State Championship, after defeating East Grand Rapids (66-61) for title ... Advanced to championship game after wins over Stevensville Lakeshore (49-42) in semifinal and Detroit Southwestern (49-40) in quarterfinal ... Class B Regional 11 Champions after win against Detroit Crockett (59-45) ... Advanced to regional final after win against Detroit Renaissance (56-48) ... Class B District Champions after win against University Prep (64-46) ... Advanced to district final after wins Detroit Murray-Wright (61-56) in semifinal and Clarenceville (81-53) in first round ... As a freshman (2005-06): Played on junior varsity team at Country Day ... AAU: Played with The Family ... Coached by Speedy Walker.
Personal ... Given name is Jordan Taylor Dumars ... Born on February 25, 1991 in Pontiac, Mich. ... Son of Debbie and Joe Dumars ... Enrolled in College of Literature, Science and Arts ... English (Creative Writing) major... Right-handed ... Transferred to Michigan (Jan. 5, 2010) after originally signing with South Florida ... Personal Notes ... Father, Joe, is current Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations ... Father, Joe, spent his entire 14-year career with the Detroit Pistons and was a six-time All-Star, won back-to-back NBA Championships (1989 & 1990) and was the 1989 NBA Finals MVP.
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