Attended El Cerrito HS in Oakland, California.
Played college ball at Kansas till 2002.
Selected by the Memphis Grizzlies as 4th overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft.
Signed with the Memphis Grizzlies in July 2002.
Traded to the Orlando Magic in February 2003.
Traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers in July 2004.
Traded to the Chicago Bulls in February 2008.
Traded to the Sacramento Kings in February 2009. Waived in March 2009.
Signed with the San Antonio Spurs in March 2009.
Signed with the Dallas Mavericks in July 2009.
Traded to the Washington Wizards in February 2010. Traded to the Los Angeles Clippers later that month.
Signed with the Milwaukee Bucks in July 2010.
Voted Great Alaska Shootout Most Outstanding Player in 1999.
Named Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by AP in 2000.
Named to the 1st Team All-Big 12 by AP in 2001.
Named 1st Team All-America by AP in 2002.
Named Big 12 Conference Player of the Year, 1st Team All-Big 12, NCAA Midwest Regional Most Outstanding Player and Wooden Award First-Team All-American, NABC Co-National Player of the Year and and Big 12 All-Defensive Team.
Led the Big 12 in scoring and rebounding in 2002.
Led the nation in double-doubles in 2002.
Former member of the U-21 US Team.
Named to the 2002 Rocky Mountain Revue 1st Team.
Selected to the NBA Rookie All-Star Game in 2003.
Selected to the NBA All-Rookie 1st Team in 2002-03.
Son of former pro basketball player Andrew Gooden.