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Nate James


Full Name:
Nathaniel Drake James
Position:
Guard/Forward
College:
Duke
Height:
6-6
Weight:
200
High School:
St. John's at Prospect Hall, Frederick, Md.
Birthdate:
August 7, 1977
Birthplace:
Detroit

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
  First player in Atlantic Coast Conference history to be part of five straight ACC regular-season titles.
  Was a medical redshirt during 1997-98 season after playing in six games.
  Named to Third Team All-ACC and ACC All-Defensive Team as a senior.
  Appeared in two Final Fours (1999, 2001).
  Duke posted a 71-9 regular season record during his five years in the program.


AT DUKE
  As a senior, was a co-captain of NCAA championship team.
  Started for much of the season before assuming sixth-man role late in the year.
  Ranked fifth on the team in scoring (12.3 ppg).
  Scored nine points and added team-high nine rebounds vs. Maryland in NCAA Final Four.
  Scored career-high 27 points and added seven rebounds vs. Clemson.
  Scored 26 points vs. Texas in TiVo preseason NIT.
  Named ACC Player of the Week for January 8 after scoring 22 points vs. Florida State and 21 vs. Clemson.
  Scored 14 points and tipped in game-winning shot vs. Maryland in ACC Tournament semifinal victory.
  Selected to Second Team All-ACC Tournament.
  Named ACC's Most Underrated Player by Athlon.

  Served as a tri-captain as a junior.
  Earned Second Team All-ACC Tournament honors after averaging 12.7 points and 5.3 rebounds in three games.
  Started 33 of 34 games.
  Ranked third on the team in minutes played (970) despite battling sore knees.
  Averaged 12.0 points and 6.0 rebounds during three NCAA Tournament games.
  Scored 22 points and pulled down eight rebounds in victory over DePaul.
  Earned the Duke Coaches' Award at the annual basketball banquet as the player exemplifying the commitment and values of Duke basketball.

  Appeared in 39 games off the bench as a sophomore on team that reached the National Championship game.
  Averaged 14.7 mpg.
  Scored in double figures eight times.
  Scored season-high 12 points vs. Florida.
  Grabbed 10 rebounds vs. Virginia.

  Granted a medical redshirt for 1997-98 season after suffering a high left ankle sprain.
  Appeared in six games.

  As a freshman in 1996-97, missed the first 14 games of the year with a ruptured tendon in his right thumb.
  Played in 17 of Duke's last 19 games.
  Scored in double figures twice.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1996-97 17 15 36 .417 11 20 .550 34 8 46 2.7
1997-98 6 6 14 .429 7 9 .778 9 0 21 3.5
1998-99 39 69 152 .454 43 65 .662 102 34 196 5.0
1999-00 34 136 290 .469 55 77 .714 153 63 373 11.0
2000-01 39 161 326 .494 115 144 .799 202 42 480 12.3
TOTALS 135 387 818 .473 231 315 .733 500 147 1116 8.3
Three-point field goals: 1996-97, 5-for-16 (.313); 1997-98, 2-for-4 (.500); 1998-99, 15-for-52 (.288); 1999-00, 46-for-122 (.377); 2000-01, 43-for-137 (.314). Totals: 111-for-331 (.335).


 
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