Attended the St. Joseph's HS in Metuchen, New Jersey.
Played college ball at Duke till 2002.
Selected by the Chicago Bulls as the 2nd overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft. Signed with the Bulls in July 2002.
Released by the Chicago Bulls in February 2004.
Hired by ESPN as analyst for the network's college basketball coverage in October 2004.
Signed with the New Jersey Nets in September 2006. Waived in October.
Signed with the Austin Toros of the NBADL in December 2006. Waived later that month.
Won the Morgan Wootten Award as the best national high school player in 1999.
Named to the USA Today All-USA 1st Team in 1999.
Played in the Nike Hoop Summit in 1999.
Named Sporting News National Freshman of the Year in 2000.
Won the Naismith and Wooden Awards and was named The Associated Press College Basketball Player of the Year in 2002.
Named 1st Team All-America by AP in 2001 and 2002.
Won the NCAA title with Duke in 2001.
Named to the NCAA All-Final Four Team in 2001.
Won the Naismith Award in 2002.
Named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Basketball Team.
Member of the US Team that lost three games in the 2002 World Championship.
Selected to the NBA Rookie All-Star Game in 2003.
Selected to the NBA All-Rookie 2nd Team in 2002-03.