Full Name:
Steve Deontay Logan
Position:
Guard
College:
Cincinnati
Height:
6-0
Weight:
195
High School:
Cleveland HS (Lakewood, Ohio)
Birthdate:
March 20, 1980
Birthplace:
Cleveland

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2002
Selected in the second round (30th overall) by the Golden State Warriors.

HIGHLIGHTS
Consensus First Team All-America selection by The Associated Press, Basketball Times, The Sporting News, ESPN.com, CNN/SI.com, NABC and USBWA as a senior.
Voted National Player of the Year by FOXSports.com and CNN/SI.com.
Recipient of the 2002 Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award as the nationís top player 6-foot or under.
Named Conference USA Player of the Year as a junior and senior.
Finalist for the 2002 John Wooden Award.
Finished his career ranked second on Cincinnatiís all-time scoring list behind Basketball Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson with 1,985 points and second in assists (456).
Set a school record for free throw percentage (.861), most victories (111) and games played (135).
Ranks third in three-point field goals made (258) and percentage (.378) and second in attempts (682).
Played both point guard and shooting guard during his collegiate career.


AT CINCINNATI
As a senior, ranked first in Conference USA in scoring (22.0 ppg) and was tied for 12th in nation.
Topped the 20-point mark in 22 games and had five games of 30 or more points.
Had seven or more assists 13 times.
Named First Team All-Conference USA.
Reached double figures in 34 of 35 games.
Scored a career-high 41 points vs. Southern Mississippi.
Hit for 40 points against Mississippi State.
Scored 26 points vs. Marquette in the Conference USA Championship game.

As a junior, named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press.
Averaged 17.6 points, including 21.6 ppg over the seasonís final 21 games.
Ranked sixth in the conference in overall scoring, third in free throw percentage (.880), and third in three-point field goals (79).
Led C-USA in scoring in league play (20.9 ppg).
Scored a season-high 32 points vs. St. Louis and in the C-USA Tournament against Memphis.
Named to the C-USA All-Tournament team after averaging 19.3 points over three games.

As a sophomore, opened the season as the starting point guard.
Led the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio.
Ran off streaks of 21 and 17 consecutive free throws.
Tied the school record by sinking all 12 of his free throw attempts vs. Iowa State.

As a freshman, named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team.
Thrust into the starting point guard role in only his second game and responded with 18 points and seven assists while committing just two turnovers in three Great Alaska Shootout wins.
Scored a season-high 28 points, the fifth-highest total for a Cincinnati freshman.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 33 17 101 239 .423 48 61 .787 51 73 13 0 293 8.9
1999-00 33 22 101 242 .417 73 86 .849 60 117 24 1 325 9.8
2000-01 34 32 193 456 .423 132 150 .880 81 79 30 2 597 17.6
2001-02 35 35 246 538 .457 192 220 .873 107 187 32 0 770 22.0
TOTALS 135 106 641 1475 .435 445 517 .861 299 456 99 3 1985 14.7
Three-point field goals: 1998-99, 43-for-130 (.331); 1999-00, 50-for-120 (.417); 2000-01, 79-for-202 (.391); 2001-02, 86-for-230 (.374). Totals: 258-for-682 (.378).