Jared Jeffries was a first round NBA draft pick who put together a strong 11-year career spanning multiple teams. On Monday, he might as well call himself a winner on «The Price is Right.»
The 2002 Big Ten Conference player of the year played the «One Away» game on the show and needed a red 7 to appear in the slot to win a new car. All Jeffries needed to do was form the correct price for the car to win the prize.
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When host Drew Carey removed the slide from the dashboard, the car’s correct price came out, and Jeffries was the winner. He ran across the stage as if he’d hit a winning shot. The former NBA forward won a Toyota Corolla LE.
Hopefully there’s enough room for the 6-foot-11 former Indiana Hoosiers standout.
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Jeffries later wrote on Twitter that it was a «lifelong dream.»
The 41-year-old Bloomington, Indiana native was the 11th pick in the 2002 draft out of the Washington Wizards. He played four seasons with the Wizards before joining the New York Knicks. He later was with the Houston Rockets and Portland Trail Blazers.
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He finished his playing career in 2013 averaging 4.8 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 1.3 assists per game.