Full Name:
Michael Joseph Dunleavy Jr.
Position:
Guard/Forward
College:
Duke
Height:
6-9
Weight:
221
High School:
Jesuit HS (Portland, Ore.)
Birthdate:
September 15, 1980
Birthplace:
Fort Worth, Texas

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2002
Selected in the first round (third overall) by the Golden State Warriors.

HIGHLIGHTS
An early entry candidate for the 2002 NBA Draft.
Named Second Team All-America by The Associated Press as a junior.
Named First Team All-ACC along with teammates Jay Williams and Carlos Boozer, and was named First Team All-ACC Tournament.
Son of longtime NBA player and head coach Mike Dunleavy.
Concluded three-year career ranked in the top 10 at Duke in three-point field goals made and attempted.
Hall of Fame Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski called Dunleavy ”the most versatile player we’ve had here since Grant Hill.”
Duke’s record in his three seasons was 95-13 (.880).


AT DUKE
As a junior, averaged career-bests of 17.3 points, 7.2 rebounds and 2.3 steals (31st in nation).
Finished in the top 10 in the ACC in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage, three-point field goal percentage, three-point field goals made per game (2.5 pg) and steals.
Scored a career-high 30 points against No. 20 Wake Forest, making 11 of 15 shots, including 6-of-8 from three-point range.
Led team with 27 points and eight rebounds in win over North Carolina State.
In ACC Tournament final win over North Carolina State, contributed 18 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots.

As a sophomore, named Honorable Mention All-ACC and as one of 11 members of All-ACC Academic Basketball Team.
Averaged 12.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.4 steals for NCAA National Champion.
Played one of his best games in championship final against Arizona, scoring team-high 21 points, including 18 in the second half. In that game, hit five of nine three-point attempts, including three three-pointers in a 45-second span.
Named to All-Final Four Team.
Scored season-high 24 points vs. North Carolina.
Ripped down career-high 17 rebounds to go with 17 points vs. Clemson.
Notched career-high six assists on three separate occasions.
Tallied 18 points and eight rebounds vs. Maryland.
Scored 21 points vs. Wake Forest.

As a freshman, named Honorable Mention ACC Freshman Team.
Was one of nation’s top sixth men on team that went 29-5 and advanced to NCAA Sweet Sixteen.
Averaged 9.1 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 24 minutes per game.
Was sixth on team in scoring and fifth in rebounding.
Reached double figures in scoring 13 times, including season-high 21 points vs. Virginia.
Sank at least one three-point field goal in 17 games.
Averaged 12 points and shot 71 percent from the field in ACC Tournament.
Pulled down eight rebounds in first round NCAA victory over Lamar.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1999-00 30 2 97 211 .460 45 61 .738 128 50 33 14 273 9.1
2000-01 39 39 184 388 .474 68 98 .694 222 103 53 15 493 12.6
2001-02 35 35 218 451 .483 81 119 .681 251 72 80 26 605 17.3
TOTALS 104 76 499 1050 475 194 278 .698 601 225 166 55 1371 13.2
Three-point field goals: 1999-00, 34-for-97 (.351); 2000-01, 57-for-153 (.373); 2001-02, 88-for-233 (.378). Totals: 179-for-483 (.371).