Lauded for his athleticism and ability to play both forward positions, Chandler started the 2018-19 season with the 76ers and maintained a career-best offensive rating of 114.8. But then Chandler was traded to the Clippers at the deadline in a complicated exchange that sent Tobias Harris to Philly. The Clippers were Chandler's fourth NBA team. Fifteen of his 51 total appearances were spent representing Los Angeles, and Chandler provided the Western Conference club with the lowest turnover rate (10.4) of his career. He averaged 23.1 minutes per game on the season, reaching double-digits in scoring 11 times. A quadriceps injury cost Chandler 14 games from Feb. 2 to Mar. 8, though he'd miss only two more the rest of the way to close out his 13th season in the NBA. Chandler's Clippers lost in six games to Golden State in the first round of the playoffs. Chandler would appear in four of those six playoff contests, delivering 3.8 points and 1.5 boards per game. Chandler enters the off-season as a free agent.2017
In Chandler's 10th NBA season - and seventh in Denver - the forward would average 10.0 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 2.4 assists in 74 games. He set a new career-high in the second contest by grabbing seven offensive rebounds against Sacramento. He hit a season-high by scoring 26 points against Phoenix on Feb. 10. The DePaul product would match that total on two other occasions, the first along with 10 rebounds at the Lakers on Mar. 13 and then again six days later in Miami. He grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds while also scoring 18 points versus San Antonio on Feb. 23. Chandler matched a career-high with seven assists against Philadelphia on Mar. 26. He'd go on to register four double-doubles, including a 15-point, 11-rebound effort against New Orleans on Nov. 17 and a 21-point, 11-rebound outing against Portland on Dec. 21. The 30-year-old dropped a season-high five three-pointers on seven attempts to count 19 points versus Chicago on Mar. 21. He made a season-high six free throws on seven attempts in Boston on Dec. 13. And five days later, Chandler would record a season-high three steals against Oklahoma City.2016
After missing the entire 2015-16 season due to hip surgery, Wilson Chandler bounced back in 2016-17 and appeared in 71 games. He started in 33 of those contests and averaged an impressive 31 minutes a night. Chandler also averaged 15.7 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists. His 15.7 points represented his second-highest average over his career (behind the 16.4 from 2010-11). On Dec. 7, Chandler grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds at Brooklyn. On Mar. 6, he scored a career-high 36 points versus Sacramento. Chandler posted a career-high nine double-doubles on the season, the third-most on the team. He reached double-figures in scoring in 55 contests, including 21 games with 20 or more points. The Nuggets finished ninth in the Western Conference with a 40-42 record and just missed the playoffs. Chandler has two more years remaining on his contract with the club.2015
Wilson Chandler missed the entire 2015-16 season due to a right hip labral tear and subsequent right hip arthroscopic surgery. During the offseason, Chandler signed a four-year extension with the Nuggets. The club also switched to new head coach Mike Malone. Preseason expectations were for Chandler to see big chunks of playing time at both the small and power forward positions. In October, he performed well during the preseason. But on Oct. 27, reports appeared of Chandler experiencing pain due to a strained right hip. Chandler has experienced a history of hip issues. It was initially diagnosed on Oct. 28 he would miss one to two weeks. On Nov. 11, it was determined Chandler would undergo season-ending surgery to fix his hip. The Nuggets would finish the season at 33-49 and miss the postseason.2014
After two seasons of dealing with hip, groin and hamstring issues, Chandler stayed relatively healthy for 2014-15. This marked Chandler's eighth season in the Association and his fifth in Denver. The 27-year-old would appear in 78 games - making 75 starts - and averaged 13.9 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.7 assists during a hefty 32 minutes per game. He also drained 1.8 three-pointers per contest and shot 34.2 percent from behind the arc. Chandler's 32 minutes per game established his highest per game average since 2010-11. On Nov. 7, the DePaul product delivered a 14-point, 10-rebound double-double during a loss to Cleveland. On Jan. 14, Chandler dished a season-high six assists in a home win over Dallas. On Mar. 4, Chandler managed a career-high four steals to go with 26 points in a home loss to the Rockets. On Apr. 13, he recorded a season-high 32 points and drained six three-pointers during a road loss to the Clippers. Chandler produced 14 games with 20 or more points. The Nuggets would go on to miss the playoffs after a regular season record of 30-52.2013
While injury issues pestered Wilson Chandler during the 2013-14 season, he was able to appear in 19 more games than the previous year. The veteran forward would miss Denver's first six games due to a hamstring injury suffered in practice. Chandler made his season debut on Nov. 13, scoring 12 points in a win over the Lakers. On Jan. 25, he scored a season-high 25 points in a win over the Pacers. Two weeks later, Chandler drained a career-high tying six three-pointers during a loss at Detroit. He'd go on to grab a season-high 10 rebounds twice in March. On Mar. 3. Chandler matched his season-high of 25 points and added 10 boards during a loss to Minnesota. Overall, the DePaul product appeared in 62 games - 55 of those starts - and averaged of 13.6 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 31 minutes per game. In mid-March, Chandler's hip and groin issues flared up and forced the veteran forward to miss 11 games. He was able to return in time for the Nuggets' last three regular season matchups. The Nuggets finished the season at 36-46 and missed the postseason.2012
Chandler appeared in 43 games in 2012-13 for the Denver Nuggets, with eight starts. In the off-season, he underwent arthroscopic surgery in May to repair a labral tear in his left hip and recovered in time to play a few preseason games as well as three of the first four regular season contests -- averaging 18.3 minutes in those appearances. But then, hip issues forced Chandler to miss all but one of Denver's games from Nov. 07 to Jan. 11. He returned on the 13th to post 14 points and six rebounds in a win over Golden State. From that day to Apr 4., Chandler helped support Denver's frontcourt with solid play off the bench by averaging 12.5 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.1 steals. On Mar. 18, he delivered a career-high tying 35 points along with nine boards, four assists and two steals at Chicago. Then in April, an ankle injury to Danilo Gallinari thrust Chandler into the starting role. As a result, the veteran forward would go on to start five of Denver's last six games. Chandler also started all six of the Nuggets' postseason games versus Golden State, with the Warriors taking the first-round series.2011
After four seasons in the Association, Wilson Chandler started the 2011-12 season in China. He signed the agreement in August over concerns regarding the NBA lockout. The versatile forward played 32 games for the Zhejiang Guangsha of the Chinese Basketball Association. In the CBA, he averaged 26.6 points and 11.6 rebounds per game. He returned to the States in February as a restricted free agent and re-signed with the Nuggets on Mar. 18. Chandler played in a total of eight games for the Nuggets - including six starts - and tallied 9.4 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.1 assists over 27 minutes per game. He would miss 13 of Denver's final 14 regular season games due to a hip strain. The hip injury also forced Chandler to be absent from the Nuggets' first round playoff loss to the Lakers.2010
The 2010-11 season became a time of change for Wilson Chandler. After three-and-a-half seasons with the New York Knicks, he was traded to the Denver Nuggets in February. Before leaving the Big Apple, Chandler produced 18 efforts of at least 20 points. He'd also grab 16 rebounds in an October matchup versus the Trail Blazers. The DePaul product became one of four Knicks sent to Denver in a very complicated three-team, 13-player, multi-draft pick swap that landed Carmelo Anthony in New York. Post-trade, Chandler found himself on a deeper Nuggets' roster and saw his per game minutes dip from 34.5 to 30.6. Overall, the fourth-year veteran appeared in 72 total games with 49 starts. He delivered per game averages of 15.3 points, 5.7 boards, 1.3 blocks and a career-high 1.6 made three-pointers. The Nuggets finished at 50-32 and lost to the OKC Thunder in the first round of the playoffs. Chandler appeared in all five playoff contests, starting two, and posting averages of 4.8 points and 4.4 boards.2009
The 2009-10 season marked Wilson Chandler's third year in the Association. The DePaul product played in 65 games, with 64 of those starts. He produced career-highs in points per game (15.3), field goal percentage (47.9 percent) and free throw percentage (80.6 percent). On New Year's Day, Chandler gathered a career-high 17 rebounds and 24 points in a win at Atlanta. Later that month, he compiled an excellent overall performance with 17 points, six rebounds, three assists, and four blocks. On Feb. 9, Chandler recorded a personal-best 35 points during a loss to the Kings. A groin injury was eventually diagnosed on Mar. 17. As a result, the Knicks were forced to shut him down for the remainder of the season. The forward would go on to miss New York's last 15 contests. The Knicks finished at 29-53 and missed the playoffs.2008
After proving himself as a rookie during the back half of the previous season, Wilson Chandler became a regular starter for the New York Knicks during the 2008-09 season. Over 82 games - including 70 starts - Chandler averaged 14.4 points and 5.4 rebounds over 33.4 minutes. He became the only Knick to appear in all 82 games after seeing action in 35 contests as a newcomer. He registered 16 games in which he scored 20-plus points and two with 30 or more. Chandler also pulled down 12 boards on two separate occasions. He'd go on to dish at least three assists in 27 contests. On Feb. 20, he drained a career-high 32 points - with six made threes - in a blowout win over the Raptors. The sophomore would repeat that long-range performance five days later with six triples versus the Magic. Chandler's Knicks finished with a 32-50 record and missed the postseason.2007
The New York Knicks selected Wilson Chandler with the 23rd overall pick in the 2007 Draft. In the early going, playing time was hard to come by. The rookie appeared in just seven of the Knicks' first 49 games. Chandler made his NBA debut on Nov. 13 and produced eight points and two rebounds during 18 minutes. Starting Mar. 8, the youngster saw action in 28 of New York's last 33 contests, starting 16. Later that month, he produced his only double-double versus the Heat. On Apr. 6, Chandler scored a career-high 23 points to go with eight boards in a win over the Magic. In that contest, he would set his season-best of 44 minutes. On the year, Chandler would play 35 games and average 7.3 points and 3.6 rebounds over 19.6 minutes.
June 28, 2007Drafted by the New York Knicks in the 1st round (23rd pick) of the 2007 NBA Draft.
February 22, 2011As part of a 3-team trade, traded by the New York Knicks with Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari, Timofey Mozgov, cash, a 2012 2nd round draft pick (Quincy Miller was later selected), a 2013 2nd round draft pick (Romero Osby was later selected), a 2014 1st round draft pick (Dario Šaric was later selected) and a 2016 1st round draft pick (Jamal Murray was later selected) to the Denver Nuggets; the Denver Nuggets traded a 2015 2nd round draft pick (Richaun Holmes was later selected) to the Minnesota Timberwolves; the Denver Nuggets traded Carmelo Anthony, Renaldo Balkman, Chauncey Billups, Anthony Carter, Shelden Williams and a 2016 1st round draft pick (Jakob Pöltl was later selected) to the New York Knicks; the Minnesota Timberwolves traded Kosta Koufos to the Denver Nuggets; the Minnesota Timberwolves traded Corey Brewer to the New York Knicks; and the New York Knicks traded Eddy Curry, Anthony Randolph and cash to the Minnesota Timberwolves. (Nuggets acquired right to swap 2016 1st-Rd picks with Knicks) (Nuggets acquired right to swap 2016 1st-Rd picks with Knicks)
March 1, 2012Signed a five-year contract extension with the Denver Nuggets.
July 11, 2015Signed a four-year contract extension with the Denver Nuggets
July 6, 2018Traded by the Denver Nuggets with a 2021 2nd round draft pick and a 2022 2nd round draft pick to the Philadelphia 76ers for cash. (2022 2nd-rd pick is a swap.)
February 6, 2019Traded by the Philadelphia 76ers with Mike Muscala, Landry Shamet, a 2020 1st round draft pick, a 2021 1st round draft pick, a 2021 2nd round draft pick and a 2023 2nd round draft pick to the Los Angeles Clippers for Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic and Mike Scott. (Pick is top-14 protected.) (Pick is MIA's 2021 1st-round pick.) (Pick is DET's 2021 2nd-round pick.) (Pick is DET's 2023 2nd-round pick.)
July 8, 2019Signed a one-year agreement with the Brooklyn Nets.