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Josh Shipp

  • Full Name: Joshua I. Shipp
  • Position: Guard
  • Height/Weight: 6-5 / 220
  • College: UCLA
UCLA
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2004-05 29 23 101 219 0.461 43 70 0.614 25 89 0.281 150 53 35 2 270 9.3
2005-06 4 4 16 39 0.41 7 8 0.875 6 13 0.462 19 4 2 1 45 11.3
2006-07 35 35 168 358 0.469 86 110 0.782 42 133 0.316 135 92 47 9 464 13.3
2007-08 39 39 169 389 0.434 67 87 0.77 70 216 0.324 123 83 52 16 475 12.2
2008-09 33 33 170 337 0.504 85 106 0.802 55 127 0.433 101 51 43 12 480 14.5
Totals 140 134 624 1342 0.465 288 381 0.756 198 578 0.343 528 283 179 40 1734 12.4

Career Highlights:

Named Second Team All-Pac-10 as a senior and honorable Mention All-Pac-10 as a junior. Ranks 13th on UCLA's career list in total points with 1,700. Set a school record for career starts with 132 and finished forth in three-point field goals made (4th, 196).

Senior (2008-09):

Averaged 14.5 points to pace UCLA in scoring. Also contributed 3.1 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.3 steals in 29.2 minutes per game. Named Second Team All-Pac-10. Led the Pac-10 in three-point shooting in league games only (.544, 43-for-79). Had back-to-back career nights with 27 points vs. Oregon State and 28 vs. Oregon, helping him earn Pac-10 Player of the Week honors March 9. Scored a then-career-high 25 points vs. Washington, hitting a career-high six threes in nine attempts. Had 24 points, a season-high seven rebounds, four assists and two steals against Stanford. Went 5-for-6 performance from three-point range vs. Oregon en route to 17 points.

Junior (2007-08):

Averaged 12.2 points and 3.2 rebounds. Set a school record with 39 games started. Scored 20 or more points three times. Set season-high with 21 points at Stanford. Hit five threes on his way to a season-high-matching 21 points vs. USC. Sank 5-for-8 from three-point range in scoring 21 points vs. Arizona State. Tallied 11 points and seven rebounds vs. Texas. Contributed 18 points vs. California in the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Tournament. Scored 14 points vs. Western Kentucky in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Redshirt Sophomore (2006-07):

Ranked second on the team in scoring (13.3 ppg). Also ranked eighth in the Pac-10 in steals (1.3 spg). Scored 20 or more points three times. Tallied a career-high 24 points, a season-high seven rebounds, and three steals while shot 6-for-9 from three-point range vs. Long Beach State. Matched career-high with 24 points on 10-for-14 shooting at Arizona. Recorded 22 points and a season-high-tying six assists vs. California. Contributed 16 points vs. Pittsburgh in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Led team with 18 points vs. Florida in the final Four.

Sophomore (2005-06):

Averaged 11.3 points and 4.8 rebounds, appearing in four games before suffering a right hip injury that shelved him the rest of the season. Posted a season-high 14 points at Arizona.

Freshman (2004-05):

Averaged 9.3 points and 5.2 rebounds. Scored in double figures 12 times. Posted season-high 20 points at Washington. Recorded first career double-double with 15 points and a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Pepperdine. Led team with 18 points at Michigan State. Matched season-high with 20 points vs. Oregon. Tallied 13 points, seven rebounds and a season-high five assists vs. Texas Tech in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Named Pac-10 Honorable Mention All-Freshman.

Strengths: Good size and strength two-guard. Fundamentally sound, and will defend. Has shown significant improvement as a long range shooter. Effective in spot-up situations.

Personal: Older brother, Joe, played collegiately at California and led the Pac-10 in scoring in 2003. Younger brother, Jerren, is a junior at Arizona State. Father, Joe, played football at USC.

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