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Tony Snell

20 | Forward




2013-14 SEASON:
Appeared in 77 games (12 starts) for the Bulls in his rookie NBA season, averaged 4.5 points, 1.6 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 0.4 steals in 16.0 minutes.

Selected in the first round (20th overall) by the Chicago Bulls in the 2013 NBA Draft (06/27/13).

Played in 104 games (77 starts) over the span of three seasons for the Lobos … averaged 9.2 ppg, 2.4 rpg, 2.0 apg, 24.8 mpg and shot .421 from the field, .380 from behind the arc and .821 from the line … selected MVP of the 2013 Mountain West Tournament and Second Team All-League as a junior … helped the Lobos to both a regular season and postseason Mountain West title … left the Lobos program ranked 10th all-time with 434 career three-point attempts … finished his career with 952 points … he improved his three-point shooting percentage every season while on campus (2010-11: .345, 2011-12: .387, 2012-13: .390) … as a junior, he averaged 12.5 ppg (13th in Mountain West), 2.9 apg (ninth) and 0.83 steals in 31.2 mpg … shot .422 from the field, .390 from three and .843 percent from the line … he ranked seventh in the league in 3FGM per game (1.8) … finished as the second-leading scorer on the team and helped the Lobos rank 38th in the nation in points allowed … selected Third-Team All-Mountain West … named Mountain West Tournament MVP after a game-high 21 points (5-7 3FG) in the title game win versus UNLV … scored 13 straight points in the contest -- and 13 of the last 17 -- for UNM late in the second half … finished the tournament with 17.7 ppg, .515 from the field and .600 from downtown (12-20 3FG) … as a sophomore, he posted 10.5 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 2.3 apg and 0.51 spg in 25.6 mpg ... shot a collegiate-best .448 from the field, as well as .387 percent from behind the arc (fourth in the Mountain West) and .831 percent from the line … ranked fifth in the league in threes per game (2.1) … earned Honorable Mention All-Mountain West honors and was selected to the All-Mountain West Tournament Team … his freshman season, he posted 4.4 ppg and 1.9 rpg in 17.5 mpg.

Full name is Tony Snell, Jr. ... son of Tony and Sherika … majored in University Studies … was a high school teammate of San Antonio Spur Kawhi Leonard.

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