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Jaiveon  Eaves

Jaiveon Eaves

Men's Basketball 2018-2020
Height: 6-2 Weight: 205lbs Position: Guard
From: Madisonville, KY
Year PlayedG−GSMinFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%ORDBRebPFAsTOBlStPtsPPG
2019-202030−30950117276.43143118 .3645368.779759666158 5231733411.1
2018-201930−03013897.3922466 .364661.000323261813 11361063.5
2018−202060−3012511553730.41667184 0.36459740.7971082927971 636234407.33

2019-20

    A Senior for the 2019-20 season.

    2018-2019

      Played in 30 games as a junio in his first season for the Racers.
      Hit 24-of-66 from the 3-point line for a percentage of .364.
      Had three games of double-digit scoring including a season-high 13 points against Tennessee State (Jan. 26) on 5-of-7 from the field.
      Hit 5-of-7 for his best 3-point game of the season against TSU (Jan. 26).
      In the OVC Tournament semi-final game with Jacksonville State, he hit a key 3-point basket with 20:09 remaining to help the Racers to advance 76-74.

      Before MSU

        Played 2 seasons for John A. Logan College.
        Had a productive sophomore season at John A. Logan in scoring 16.1 points per game and grabbing 4.7 rebounds.
        His team was 26-6 and won the Great Rivers Athletic Conference regular-season championship and ended the season No. 22 in the nation.
        He hit 48 percent from the field overall and was 44 percent from the 3-point line (65-of-148).
        Had six games of 20 points or more and had a season-best game of 33 points against West Kentucky Tech when he was 8-of-9 from the 3-point line.
        Was named National Junior College Athletics Association Second Team All-America after he was named the NJCAA Region-24 Player of the Year and the Great Rivers Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
        Played prep basketball at Madisonville-North Hopkins High School where he led the Maroons with 19.4 points per game and was named KHSAA Honorable Mention All-State during his senior season of 2015-16.
        He was a four-time All-Region II selection and scored more than 1,600 points in his career.

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