|No. 10 – Kumamoto Volters|
|Position||Point guard / Shooting guard|
|Born||June 26, 1990|
|Listed height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Listed weight||196 lb (89 kg)|
|High school||Rice (New York City, New York)
American Christian (Aston, Pennsylvania)
Oak Hill (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia)
|NBA draft||2013 / Undrafted|
|Pro playing career||2013–present|
|2013–present||Kumamoto Volters (Japan)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Lamont "MoMo" Jones (born June 26, 1990) is an American basketball player, currently with Kumamoto Volters in Japan. He was a standout college player for the University of Arizona and Iona College, and was an honorable mention All-American and conference player of the year as a senior.
Jones, a 6'0 guard from Harlem, New York, led prep powerhouse Oak Hill Academy to a 41-1 record as a senior, averaging 21.3 points and 8 assists per game. He signed originally with the University of Southern California, but was released from his commitment when head coach Tim Floyd resigned. He landed at Arizona and played two seasons for the Wildcats. The highlight of his time in Tucson was scoring 16 points as Arizona upset top seeded defending champion Duke in the Sweet Sixteen of the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
Following the 2010–11 season, Jones decided to transfer from Arizona to Iona, a school closer to his home in New York City where his grandmother was ill. He was granted a waiver by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and allowed to play immediately. As a junior in 2011–12, Jones teamed with senior Scott Machado in the backcourt to lead the Gaels to the NCAA Tournament. Jones scored 15.7 points per game and was named second team All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC).
As a senior, Jones was asked to take on more of the scoring load for the Gaels and responded by averaging 22.6 points per game, finishing third in scoring nationally. He led the Gaels back to the NCAA Tournament and at the end of the season was named the MAAC Player of the Year and an honorable mention All-American by the Associated Press.
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- Pedulla, Tom (March 20, 2013). "Sacrifice Pays Off for Guard, and Iona". New York Times. Retrieved April 13, 2013.
- "MAAC Announces 2012-2013 All-MAAC Men's Basketball Awards". MAAC. March 7, 2013. Retrieved April 13, 2013.