NBA DRAFT 2001
Bryan Patrick Bracey
Oak Park HS, Oak Park, Ill.
August 5, 1978
Selected in second round (58th pick overall) by the San Antonio Spurs.
Named to Pac-10 First Team (10-man team) and NABC District 14 Second Team as a senior.
Became 11th player in school history to score 500 points in a season, with his senior total of 522 points ranking 13th best all-time at Oregon.
Finished college career seventh in school history in field goal percentage (51.8%).
As a senior, played in all 28 games, starting 25.
Led Oregon in both scoring (18.6 ppg) and rebounding (7.1 rpg) and ranked second and eighth, respectively, in the league in those categories.
Scored in double figures in 26 of 28 games, including 15 contests with 20 points or more.
Posted seven double-doubles.
Also scored 10 points and pulled down team-high six rebounds.
Finished fifth in conference in three-point shooting (42.7%).
Recorded a career-high 31 points and 11 rebounds in loss to Auburn.
Totaled team-high 23 points in upset of No. 7 Arizona.
Scored 28 points against Oregon State, 25 vs. Washington State and 23 against Washington (along with career-best five steals).
Had career-high 12 rebounds (with 22 points) in season-opener against Mississippi Valley State.
Named co-MVP of Portland Jam after scoring 24 points in win over Massachusetts.
Honored as Pac-10 Player of the Week after averaging 25.5 points in two contests against Illinois-Chicago and Auburn.
As a junior, played in all 30 games, averaging 16.6 minutes.
Was team's top scoring reserve and fifth-best overall (8.1 ppg).
Shot a team-best 57.6% from the field and also ranked fifth on team in rebounding (3.6 rpg).
Topped squad in scoring twice and rebounding four times.
Was 10-for-10 from the field for season-high 23 points and seven rebounds in overtime win vs. Washington.
Had 16 points and seven rebounds in win over UCLA.
Recorded 13 points and seven rebounds in victory over Arizona State.
Posted 10 points and six rebounds in NCAA Tournament loss to Seton Hall.
Before Oregon, spent two years at Malcolm X Junior College in Chicago.
Averaged team-highs in points (22 ppg) and rebounds (10 rpg) and was named First-Team All-Conference in Region 4 as a sophomore.
Full statistics from Malcolm X Junior College were not available.
|Three-point field goals: 1999-00, 2-for-5 (.400); 2000-01, 38-for-89 (.427); Totals: 40-for-94 (.426).