TEAM: San Antonio Spurs
POSITION: Small Forward
Height/Weight: 6′ 7″, 225 lbs
DOB: 1/3/1992 (30)
DRAFT INFO: 2014: Rd 1, Pk 11 (DEN)
EXPERIENCE: 7th Season
PLACE of BIRTH: Grand Forks, ND
San Antonio Spurs: 2021-CURRENT (1 SEASON)
Indiana Pacers: 2018-2021 (3 SEASONS)
New York Knicks: 2017*-2018 (1 SEASON)
Dallas Mavericks: 2017*-2018 (1 SEASON)
Oklahoma City Thunder: 2016*-2017 (1 SEASON)
Chicago Bulls: 2014-2016* (3 SEASONS)
Douglas Richard McDermott is an American professional basketball player, currently playing for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was a three-time consensus first-team All-American while playing college basketball for Creighton University when he led the nation in scoring in 2013–14. As a senior in 2014, he was named the unanimous national player of the year and concluded his college career with the fifth-most points in NCAA Division I men’s basketball history. McDermott became automatically available for the 2014 NBA draught after graduating from Creighton, and the Denver Nuggets selected him 11th overall. He was then transferred to the Chicago Bulls, where he spent two and a half seasons before being sent to the Oklahoma City Thunder in February 2017. McDermott’s previous teams include the New York Knicks, Dallas Mavericks, and Indiana Pacers.
Doug McDermott is the son of current Creighton coach Greg McDermott, who coached him in college.
Chicago Bulls (2014–2017)
Oklahoma City Thunder (2017)
New York Knicks (2017–2018)
Dallas Mavericks (2018)
Indiana Pacers (2018–2021)
San Antonio Spurs (2021–present)
Q: Did Doug McDermott get injured?
A: According to freelance NBA journalist Matthew Tynan, McDermott’s ankle sprain has been assessed as Grade 3 and will miss the regular season balance.
Q: How many 3s does Doug McDermott have?
A: In the 2021-22 season, McDermott has 42.2 percent of 3s conversion.
A: McDermott is currently playing his eighth season in NBA.