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|Position||Power forward / center|
|Born||February 5, 1985|
|Nationality||Polish / Swedish|
|Listed height||6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)|
|Listed weight||275 lb (125 kg)|
|NBA draft||2003 / Round: 2 / Pick: 30th overall|
|Selected by the New York Knicks|
|2001–2002||→Real Madrid B|
|2005–2006||New Orleans Hornets[a]|
|2006||Dynamo St. Petersburg|
|2009–2010||Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv|
|2015–2016||Beşiktaş Sompo Japan|
|2019||Sichuan Blue Whales|
|2020–2021||Wilki Morskie Szczecin|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Stats at NBA.com|
|Stats at Basketball-Reference.com|
Maciej Bolesław Lampe (born February 5, 1985) is a Polish professional basketball player. Standing at 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m), he plays at the power forward and center positions.
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Originally from Łódź, Poland, Lampe grew up in Stockholm, Sweden. He played briefly for Real Madrid in the Spanish ACB League before being sent on loan to Universidad Complutense of the LEB, the second division level in Spain, to receive more playing time.
Lampe was selected by the NBA club the New York Knicks in the second round (30th overall) of the 2003 NBA draft as an early entry candidate, despite having been projected as a top five lottery pick. Lampe was elected to the 2003 Reebok Rocky Mountain Revue All-Revue Team after averaging 17.2 points and 7.0 rebounds in 32.4 minutes for the Knicks' summer league team. Lampe was traded to the Phoenix Suns on January 5, 2004, deal, and at the time, he became the youngest player in Suns history to appear in a regular season game, as well as the first Suns player to play while being 18 years old.
In January 2005, he got traded for the second time in his NBA career, this time to the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets. On February 13, 2006, he was traded to the Houston Rockets for point guard Moochie Norris, making the Rockets his fourth NBA club. He played the total number of 61 games in NBA. He holds NBA career averages of 3.4 points per game, 2.2 rebounds per game, and 0.3 assists per game.
Lampe's final NBA game was played on April 4, 2006, in a 87–104 loss to the Seattle SuperSonics where he recorded 1 rebound in only 2 and half minutes of playing time. In 2010, he was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers to play on the Summer League team.
- June 26, 2003 – Selected with the 30th pick by the New York Knicks (the pick originally belonged to the Denver Nuggets and was acquired by the Knicks in the Marcus Camby deal).
- August 13, 2003 – Signed a 3-year, $2.9 million contract with the Knicks
- January 5, 2004 – Traded with Antonio McDyess, Howard Eisley, Charlie Ward, rights to Miloš Vujanić, 2004 first-round draft pick (used to select Kirk Snyder), future first-round draft pick (used in 2010 to select Gordon Hayward) and $3 million to the Phoenix Suns for Stephon Marbury, Penny Hardaway and Cezary Trybański.
- January 21, 2005 – Traded with Casey Jacobsen and Jackson Vroman to the New Orleans Hornets for Jim Jackson and 2005 second-round draft pick (used to select Marcin Gortat).
- February 13, 2006 – Traded to the Houston Rockets for Moochie Norris.
Lampe signed a one-year deal with the ULEB Cup (now called EuroCup) club Dynamo Saint Petersburg, however the team went bankrupt shortly thereafter. The bankrupt Dynamo squad was thrown out of the Russian Superleague A one day before the start of the season. Thus, Lampe moved to Khimki. In February 2008, Khimki beat CSKA Moscow in the Russian Cup final and Lampe was awarded the best player (MVP) of the cup final. He then signed a three-year contract extension with Khimki.
Lampe returned to Russia in January 2010, signing with UNICS Kazan. He was voted the 2010–11 season's Russian PBL MVP for the regular season.
Lampe signed a one-year deal with an option for another season with the Israeli Super League club Maccabi Tel Aviv in July 2009.
In July 2011 he signed with Caja Laboral Vitoria for two seasons. In December 2012, Lampe was named the MVP of the month of December in the 2012–13 EuroLeague.
In August 2013, he signed a three-year contract with FC Barcelona.
In July 2016, Lampe signed with the Shenzhen Leopards. He was replaced on the roster before the 2017–18 season with Jared Sullinger because of injury. In November 2017, Lampe signed with the Qingdao Eagles.
On August 19, 2019, he has signed with Sichuan Blue Whales of the Chinese Basketball Association.
On December 31, 2020, he has signed with Wilki Morskie Szczecin of the PLK.
On September 9, 2021, he has signed with TaiwanBeer HeroBears of the T1 League. On December 24, Lampe took a plane to Spain for recovery.
|GP||Games played||GS||Games started||MPG||Minutes per game|
|FG%||Field-goal percentage||3P%||3-point field-goal percentage||FT%||Free-throw percentage|
|RPG||Rebounds per game||APG||Assists per game||SPG||Steals per game|
|BPG||Blocks per game||PPG||Points per game||PIR||Performance Index Rating|
Polish national team
Lampe has been a member of the senior Polish national basketball team. He played for Poland's national team at EuroBasket 2009.
- List of oldest and youngest National Basketball Association players
- List of youngest EuroLeague players
- ^ During the 2005–06 and 2006–07 seasons, the team was known as the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets during their temporary relocation to Oklahoma City due to Hurricane Katrina.
- ^ UNICS Kazan inks big man Maciej Lampe
- ^ Maciej Lampe - the MVP of the BEKO PBL Regular season
- ^ MACCABI: Big man Maciej Lampe signs, Euroleague.net (in English)
- ^ CAJA LABORAL brings in Lampe for 2 years
- ^ bwin MVP for December: Maciej Lampe, Caja Laboral Vitoria
- ^ "FC Barcelona announced Maciej Lampe". Sportando.net. Retrieved 3 August 2013.
- ^ "Maciej Lampe (ex Besiktas) joins DongGuan Leopards". Asia-Basket.com. July 24, 2016. Retrieved October 2, 2016.
- ^ "青岛签下兰佩琼斯正式离队". ifeng. November 27, 2017. Retrieved November 30, 2017.
- ^ "Sichuan Whales sign Maciej Lampe and Jerryd Bayless". Sportando. August 19, 2019. Retrieved August 19, 2019.
- ^ "Maciej Lampe joins King Wilki Morskie Szczecin". Sportando. December 31, 2020. Retrieved December 31, 2020.
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- Official website
- Maciej Lampe Q & A – Basketball Without Borders Africa
- Career statistics and player information from NBA.com and Basketball-Reference.com
- Maciej Lampe at draftexpress.com
- Maciej Lampe at eurobasket.com
- Maciej Lampe at euroleague.net
- Maciej Lampe at tblstat.net
- 1985 births
- Living people
- BC Khimki players
- BC UNICS players
- Beşiktaş men's basketball players
- Centers (basketball)
- FC Barcelona Bàsquet players
- Houston Rockets players
- Jilin Northeast Tigers players
- Liga ACB players
- Maccabi Tel Aviv B.C. players
- National Basketball Association players from Poland
- New Orleans Hornets players
- New York Knicks draft picks
- Phoenix Suns players
- Polish men's basketball players
- Polish expatriate basketball people in the United States
- Polish expatriate basketball people in Spain
- Power forwards (basketball)
- Qingdao Eagles players
- Real Madrid Baloncesto players
- Saski Baskonia players
- Shenzhen Leopards players
- Sportspeople from Łódź
- Sportspeople from Stockholm
- Swedish men's basketball players
- Polish expatriate basketball people in Taiwan
- Polish expatriate basketball people in China
- Polish expatriate basketball people in Russia
- Polish expatriate basketball people in Israel
- Polish expatriate basketball people in Turkey
- Polish expatriate basketball people in France
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in Taiwan
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in China
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in Russia
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in Israel
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in Turkey
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in France
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in the United States
- Swedish expatriate basketball people in Spain
- Wilki Morskie Szczecin players