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     Eddie House is a 6'1", 180 lb. Guard from Arizona State University who has played for the Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers, Charlotte Bobcats, Milwaukee Bucks, Sacramento Kings, Phoenix Suns, New Jersey Nets, Boston Celtics, and New York Knicks. Eddie House was born in Berkeley, California May 14, 1978. He attended two high schools in California: Hayward High School in Hayward, and James Logan High School in Union City. He attended Arizona State University and left with the scoring and steals records.  
     His first three NBA seasons were with the Miami Heat, and he averaged 5.0, 8.0, and 7.5 points per game respectively. On August 13, 2003 he signed with the Los Angeles Clippers as a free agent. He upped his 3-point percentage during the 2003-04 season to a career-high .375 and averaged 6.8 points per game and 2.5 assists per game. On July 14, 2004 he was traded with Melvin Ely to the expansion Charlotte Bobcats, but he was waived December 4 of that year. He then signed as a free agent with the Milwaukee Bucks 14 days later. He was claimed on waivers by the Sacramento Kings from the Bucks on January 7, 2005. Even though he played for three teams that season his 3-point percentage was a brilliant .454, which was even better than his field goal percentage (.451.) On September 12 of that offseason House signed as a free agent with the Phoenix Suns. His 3-point percentage dipped to .389, but he averaged 9.8 points per game that season and also played in more games than in his first 5 seasons. In the postseason the Suns advanced all the way to the Western Conference Finals, but then bowed out to the Dallas Mavericks. On August 17, 2006 he signed as a free agent with the New Jersey Nets. That season he averaged 8.4 points per game and increased his 3-point percentage from the year before to .429. Signing as a free agent on August 1, 2007, House played his next two plus seasons with the Boston Celtics. The Celtics looked very solid that year, including the very talented Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen. His first year in Boston he averaged 7.5 points per game, had a free-throw percentage of .917, and a 3-point percentage of .393. During the postseason the Celtics won an NBA Championship in 6 games against the Los Angeles Lakers. During his second year in Boston he averaged 8.5 points per game and had a Celtics record .444 3-point percentage. In 14 games in the postseason, House averaged 7.7 points per game, a .486 3-point percentage and a .909 free-throw percentage. On February 18, 2010 House was traded by the Celtics during the season alongside J.R, Giddens, Bill Walker, and a future 2nd round draft pick to the New York Knicks for Marcus Landry and Nate Robinson. That season he averaged 7.0 points per game and showcased a .923 free-throw percentage. His 3-point percentage was .348, and his field goal percentage was a paltry .380. On July 29, 2010 House signed a two-year deal with the Miami Heat as a free agent. 
     House has a wife, Charlsie, who is Mike Bibby's sister. They have three sons: Jaelen, Kaden, and Kalek.

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