Full Name:
Brandon Burnett Granville
Position:
Guard
College:
USC
Height:
5-9
Weight:
170
High School:
Westchester (Los Angeles)
Birthdate:
October 5, 1979
Birthplace:
Los Angeles

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Ranks first in school history in games played (124) and was USCís first four-year starting point guard since Jacque Hill (1980-83).
First on school charts in assists, three-pointers, steals and minutes.
Ranks ninth in career points (1,430 points).


AT USC
As a senior, named All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention and Pac-10 All-Tournament Team.
His 184 assists (5.8 apg, 28th in nation) were third most in a single season at USC.
Had a streak of 34 consecutive free throws snapped at Oregon State.
Ranked second among Pac-10 players in assists, fifth in steals (1.69 spg) and ninth in three-point field goals made (1.94).
Dished double-digit assists in five instances, recording five double-doubles.

As a junior, led the Pac-10 in assists (6.1 apg, 18th in nation) for the second straight year and became the schoolís all-time leader in that category in the teamís third game.
Scored 20-plus points on four occasions and recorded two double-doubles.

As a sophomore, set a USC record with 248 assists, the third highest total in Pac-10 history, earning All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention honors.
Led the Pac-10 in assist average (8.3 apg), ranking fourth nationally.
Recorded a team-high nine double-doubles.
His USC single-game record 15 assists versus Memphis tied for the sixth best total in conference history.
Scored at least 20 points seven times.

Earned All-Pac-10 freshman honorable mention honors, leading USC in steals and assists.
Recorded at least two steals 13 times and at least seven assists 13 times.
Recorded six steals four times.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 28 26 66 181 .365 42 55 .764 63 140 54 1 215 7.7
1999-00 30 30 118 310 .381 99 126 .786 68 248 62 7 392 13.1
2000-01 34 33 115 269 .428 129 163 .791 92 207 59 1 423 12.4
2001-02 32 31 110 299 .368 124 154 .805 72 184 54 1 400 12.5
TOTALS 124 120 409 1059 .386 394 498 .791 295 779 229 10 1430 11.5
Three-point field goals: 1998-99, 41-for-118 (.347); 1999-00, 57-for-168 (.339); 2000-01, 64-for-172 (.372); 2001-02, 56-for-170 (.329). Totals: 218-for-628 (.347).