Bucks Roster: Jon Brockman

JON BROCKMAN THE FACTS
Position: Forward
Height: 6-7
Weight: 255
Birthdate: 3/20/87
College: Washington
High School: Snohomish (WA)
Years Pro: 3 years
Drafted: By the Portland Trail Blazers in the
2nd round of the 2009 NBA Draft (38th overall)
BIO

2010-11 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS ... Appeared in 63 games with six starts and averaged 2.2 points on 51.1 percent shooting from the field and 2.9 rebounds … tied his career-high 11 points twice … scored 11 points on 3-3 shooting and 5-6 from the line against the Los Angeles Clippers on 2/14 … recorded 11 points on 2-5 from the field and a career-high 7-8 from the line and six rebounds against Cleveland on 3/9 … tied his career high with 14 rebounds in 25 minutes against Minnesota on 2/22 … tallied eight points on 4-6 from the field, eight rebounds (including a career-high-tying seven offensive), two assists and one steal against Detroit on 3/1 … recorded six points and five rebounds in 17 minutes at Miami on 1/4 … had five offensive rebounds against Phoenix on 3/4 … tallied six points and eight rebounds in 22 minutes against Orlando on 3/16 … led the Bucks in rebounding on four occasions … played in his 100th career game on 3/1 against Detroit … recorded his 300th career rebound 1/28 at Toronto … missed eight games due to injury: 10/27 with a left ankle injury and 4/1-4/6 and 4/9-4/13 with a left shoulder injury ... had 10 DNP-CDs.

PRO CAREER ... 2009-10: Averaged 2.8 points (53.4 FG%, 59.7 FT%), 4.1 rebounds, 0.4 assists and 12.6 minutes in 52 games (started four) ... as a starter, posted 5.8 points (41.7 FG%, 33.3 FT%) and 6.5 rebounds in 25.8 minutes in four games … missed 23 games due to injuries (two, lower back strain, 12/18-19; one, bruised left hip, 1/26; 20, sprained MCL, right knee, 2/20-3/28) …scored in double-figures in one game ... grabbed 10 or more rebounds in three games ... recorded one double-double ... led the Kings in rebounding in three contests … among rookies, ranked ninth in rebounds per game … had 12 games of grabbing four or more offensive rebounds ... in first NBA start, grabbed 12 rebounds to go along with five points (2-9 FG, 1-2 FT), one assist and one block in 38 minutes vs. Denver (1/9) ... grabbed a career-high and game-high 14 rebounds in 30 minutes off the bench at Charlotte (1/18) ... recorded first career double-double with a career-high 11 points (5-6 FG, 1-2 FT) and team-high 11 rebounds to accompany two assists in 22 minutes off the bench at Denver (2/1)..

PLAYOFF HISTORY ... No NBA playoff experience.

COLLEGE ... Averaged 13.8 ppg (.534 FG%, .612 FT%), 9.8 rpg, 1.0 apg, and 28.7 mpg in 131 career games (started 129) over four seasons at Washington … first player in Husky history to amass at least 1,800 career points (1,805) and 1,200 rebounds (1,283), and only player to pace UW in rebounding for four-straight seasons … joins UCLA legends Lew Alcindor (1967-69) and Bill Walton (1972-74) as the only players to lead the Pac-10 in rebounding for three consecutive years … stands alone as the Huskies all-time leading rebounder and second in scoring to Chris Welp (2,072 points between 1984-87) … finished career with 60 doubles-doubles … averaged 17.8 ppg (.536 FG%, .519 FT%), 11.6 rpg, and 1.1 apg in 32 games as a junior (2007-08), earning Second-Team All-Pac-10 and First-Team All District by Basketball Times, NABC, and the USBWA … led the conference in rebounding and ranked third nationally behind Michael Beasley and Jason Thompson ... recorded double-doubles in a league-leading 23 games and reached double-figures in scoring in every contest … named Pac-10 Player of the Week on three occasions … posted a career-best 31 points and matched a career-high with 18 rebounds vs. Utah (11/14/07) … swatted a career-high six shots against No. 16 Texas A&M (11/21/07) … named a First-Team All-Pac 10 selection as a sophomore (2006-07), averaging 14.2 ppg (.550 FG%, .660 FT%), 9.6 rpg, and 1.1 apg in starting all 32 games in which he played … led the conference in rebounding and double-doubles (15) … Registered 19 points and 14 rebounds in an upset victory against 12th-ranked LSU (12/20/06) … garnered Pac-10 Player of the Week honors after a pair of double-doubles guided a UW sweep over Cal and No. 25 Stanford (2/12/07) … averaged 8.4 ppg (.518 FG%, .667 FT%) and 6.5 rpg in 33 games (started 32) as a freshman (2005-06) … voted to the All-Pac 10 Freshman Team by league coaches … led the team in rebounding and ranked second in the conference in FG% … amassed 215 rebounds, second in UW freshman history behind Mark Pope (234 in 1992) … also ranks seventh all-time among Husky freshmen in scoring, second in steals (35), and sixth in minutes played (794) … helped UW to a 26-7 record and second straight Sweet 16 berth.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS ... Drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers in the second round (38th overall) of the 2009 NBA Draft on 6/25/09 … traded by Portland along with Sergio Rodriguez and cash to Sacramento in exchange for Jeff Pendergraph ... signed by Sacramento on 9/15/09 ... traded by Sacramento to Milwaukee in exchange for Darnell Jackson and a 2011 second round pick on 7/21/10.

PERSONAL ... Full name is Jon Brockman … nickname is "Brockness Monster" … son of Gordy and Becky Brockman, both educators in Snohomish, WA … has two brothers, Paul and Adam, and one sister, Kirsten … spends leisure time fishing and listening to country music … favorite foods include steak and ribs … enjoys watching the Seattle Seahawks … shoe size 17 (Nike) ... is on Twitter as @MrJonBrockman..

HIGHLIGHTS
    2009-2010
  • Bucks traded for Brockman | Read More | Watch Press Conference
  • Had 14 rebounds against Charlotte on 01/18/10
  • Led the NBA in offensive rebound rate
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