Full Name: Kenny Brunner
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 185
Birthdate: December 8, 1978
High School: Dominguez HS (Compton, CA)
College: College of Southern Idaho
Played in the ABA with the San Diego Wildfire in 2000-01. Averaged 15.3 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 6.0 assists in 22 games.
Played final season of collegiate career at College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, ID in 1999-2000. Started career at Georgetown in 1997-98, and spent time at Fresno State and Santa Monica College in 1998-99 without playing at either school. Briefly enrolled at Salem International University, an NCAA Division II school in Salem, WV in 2000-01 but did not play, leaving school to pursue a professional career.
As a sophomore, averaged 14.2 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 8.0 assists. Started 27 of 34 games. Led team in scoring and assists. Finished second in the conference in assists, 14th in scoring. Scored 17 points and dished out seven assists in victory over Eastern Utah in the semi-finals of the Region XVIII Tournament on Mar. 3. Dished out nine assists in the tourney finals against Dixie on Mar. 4. Was named to Second Team Scenic West Conference All-Region. Helped lead Southern Idaho to a 29-7 overall record and an appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament.
As a freshman at Georgetown, averaged 11.2 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 7.3 assists. Started all 19 games that he appeared in before leaving the team. Would have ranked seventh in the nation in assists had he played enough games to qualify. Started collegiate career with a 14 point, 8 rebound performance against Georgia State on Nov. 15. Recorded 11 assists and eight steals against Cleveland State in the final college basketball game played at USAirways Arena on Nov. 25. Registered a double-double against Miami (FL) on Dec. 6 with 10 points and 11 assists. Scored 10 points and dished out a career-high 12 assists against St. Leo on Dec. 20. Scored a career-high 15 points on three separate occasions.
Was a very highly regarded prep player at Dominguez High School in Compton, CA. Averaged 17 points, seven assists, and three steals per game his senior year, leading the team to a 29-5 overall record and a second consecutive state championship. Was selected for the Magic Johnson Roundball Classic.