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Brandon Roy timeline

July 23, 1984: Brandon Roy is born in Seattle, Washington to Tony and Gina.

March 9, 2000: Scores nine-straight points in the fourth quarter to seal a 51-42 state quarterfinal win against Mountlake Terrace.

March 10, 2000: Brandon, playing alongside his older brother Ed, misses two free-throws with 1.9 second left in the a 4A state semifinal game against Foss.. Garfield ends up losing 54-52.

February 17, 2001: Roy’s 23 points leads Garfield to a 66-48 win against Redmond. The win gives Garfield their second-straight KingCo league title.

March 7, 2001: Scores 25 points in an 85-82 double-overtime loss to Foss in the first-round of the 4A Washington state tournament. The loss is the third time in a row that Garfield is eliminated in the first round.

March 12, 2001: Named MVP of KingCo 4A League and the only unanimous all-league selection.

March 22, 2001: Named to Washington Class 4A All-State team.

November 21, 2001: Signs letter of intent to play for the University of Washington.

March 5, 2002: Named KingCo 4A MVP for the second-straight season.

March 6, 2002: Finishes with 20 points, nine rebounds and three assists in just 20 minutes to lead Garfield past Shadle Park 70-34 in the first-round of the Washington 4A tournament.

March 7, 2002: Scores 18 points but Garfield loses 67-48 to Lincoln. Roy is the only player on his team to score in double figures.

March 8, 2002: Scores a career-high of 39 points in his final game as a prep athlete.

March 10, 2002: Named to all-tournament first-team

March 21, 2002: Named to Washington All-State first-team.

April 14, 2002: Score 30 points in the 4A all-state game, helping the City team (comprised of Seattle athletes) beat the State team 136-83.

May 8, 2002: Declares himself eligible for the NBA draft.

June 15, 2002: Withdrawals his name from consideration for the NBA draft.

October 6, 2002: Roy’s SAT score rejected, further delaying his entrance into the University of Washington.

January 16, 2003: NCAA declares Roy eligible to play for the Huskies.

January 18, 2003: Plays in his first game as a Husky, a 73-68 upset win against Stanford.

January 31, 2003: Scores his first collegiate points at the 7:34 mark in the first quarter of an 81-67 win against Washington State.

February 22, 2003: Scores 13 points, at the time his career-high, in a 78-66 upset win against Oregon.

March 6, 2003: Gets his first collegiate start against USC, finishing with 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting.

December 20, 2003: Tallies 19 points, 12 rebounds, five assists, two steals, and one block at Houston, becoming the first player in school history to lead the team in five statistics in one game.

February 7, 2004: Scores a season-high and career-high 30 points in an 80-75 loss to UCLA.

March 1, 2004: Named Pac-10 Player of the Week

February 5, 2005: Pulls down a career-high 13 rebounds against UCLA. Roy misses seven games with a lateral meniscus tear and plays sparingly in seven other contests.

March 12, 2005: Helps the Huskies win their first Pac-10 Conference Tournament championship while also securing a No. 1 seed to the NCAA Tournament.

December 31, 2005: Scored 35 points in consecutive games against Arizona and Arizona State.

February 27, 2006: Named Pac-10 Player of the Week for the third consecutive week. At the time, Roy was one of only two players to win the award three weeks in a row.

March 6, 2006: Named Pac-10 Player of the Year.

March 24, 2006: In the last game of his collegiate career, Roy scores 20 points in a 98-92 overtime loss to Connecticut in Elite Eight.

March 27, 2006: Named Associated Press First-Team All-American.

March 28, 2006: Named Wooden Award Finalist and All-American. Also a finalist for the Naismith Award, Oscar Robertson Trophy and Adolph Rupp Player of the Year.

April 13, 2006: Named Husky MVP at annual Washington awards banquet.

June 28, 2006: Taken with the sixth pick in the NBA draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves. Later traded to the Trail Blazers for Randy Foye.

November 1, 2006: Scores 20 points in his first NBA game, a 110-106 victory against Seattle.

January 2007: Named NBA Western Conference Rookie of the Month.

February 2007: Named NBA Western Conference Rookie of the Month.

March 2007: Named NBA Western Conference Rookie of the Month

March 27, 2007: Roy’s girlfriend, Tiana Bardwell, gives birth to the couple’s first child, Brandon Jr.

April 4, 2007: Scores a season-high 29 points against Golden State.

May 2, 2007: Named NBA Rookie of the Year.

December 9, 2007: Named Western Conference Player of the Week.

December 17, 2007: Named Western Conference Player of the Week for the second-consecutive week.

January 13, 2008: Scores a career-high 33 points while dishing out 11 assists in a double-overtime loss to Toronto.

January 31, 2008: Named to the Western Conference All-Star team in just his sophomore season.
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