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Trey Burke

3 | Guard

Jazz

Biography

Background

2013-14 SEASON:
Appeared in 70 games (68 starts) in his rookie season with the Jazz, averaged 12.8 points, 3.0 rebounds, 5.7 assists and 0.6 steals in 32.3 minutes... Became first Jazz rookie since Karl Malone to have double-digit 20-plus scoring games by netting 20 points vs. DAL 3/12 … On 2/5, named Western Conference Rookie of the Month for January, becoming the first player in Jazz history to receive the award multiple times … On 1/3, named Western Conference Rookie of the Month for December … Became the second player in franchise history to win that honor (Karl Malone December, 1985) … Had a 2013-14 NBA rookie record 30 points @ ORL 12/18, with 7 rebounds and 8 assists, becoming the first NBA rookie with that stat line since Blake Griffin (31 pts, 10 rbds, 10 asts for LAC vs. MEM on 4/13/11) and was also the first NBA rookie to do so in his first 20 games since Alvan Adams (PHX) had 35 pts, 12 rbds and 8 asts @ LAL in his 9th career game on 11/14/75 … Inactive 12 games (right index finger) … Underwent surgery (fractured right finger) on 10/15.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
Selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the first round (ninth overall pick) of the 2013 NBA Draft … Draft rights traded by Minnesota to the Utah Jazz in exchange for the draft rights to Shabazz Muhammad (14th pick) and Gorgui Dieng (21st pick) on 6/27/13.

COLLEGE:
Played two seasons at the University of Michigan (2011-13) … Appeared in 73 games (72 starts) and averaged 16.9 points, 3.4 rebounds and 5.7 assists in 35.7 minutes … 2011-12: Played in all 34 games (33 starts) as a freshman … Led the team with a 14.8 scoring average, 4.6 assists and 3.5 rebounds in 36.1 minutes … Ranked 11th in the Big Ten in scoring … Reached double-digit points in all but three games as a starter, hitting the 20-point mark five times and the 30-point mark once … Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention -- first player since 1998 to earn honor … All-Big Ten, Second Team (coaches & media) … Big Ten Freshman of the Year (media) … Big Ten All-Freshman Team (unanimous selection) … USBWA All-District V Team … NABC All-District VII Second Team … CBSSports.com Second Team All-America … CBSSports.com Freshman All-America Team … Sporting News Big Ten Freshman of the Year (co-, with Indiana’s Cody Zeller) … Big Ten Player of the Week (Jan. 2) ... Selected Big Ten Player of the Week once and Freshman of the week seven times … Named Wolverine’s Bill Buntin Most Valuable Player and Gary Grant Award winner for most assists ... Helped UM to its first Big Ten title in 26 years (shared with Michigan State and Ohio State) … Helped Michigan to a 24-10 record, its best record since the 1997-98 season.

PERSONAL:
Given name is Alfonso Clark Burke III but goes by the nickname of “Trey” … Son of Alfonso “Benji” Burke II and Ronda Burke … Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio … Was a three-year starter at Northland High School in Columbus … 2009 OHSAA Division I State Champions … 2011 OHSAA Division I State Runner-up … Also helped Northland to four Columbus City League titles, three District titles and two regional titles … Finished career with 1,291 points and a 97-5 record … Accumulated the most wins (97) by any individual player in Northland history … One of just three players in history of Columbus City League to go undefeated in career (57-0) ... PARADE Magazine All-America, second team (2011) … Associated Press Ohio Mr. Basketball (2011) … OHSAA Division I Co-Player of the Year (2011) … OHSAA Division I All-State First Team (2011), honorable mention (2010) … Central District Player of the Year (2011) … Central District Division I first team (2011), second team (2010), honorable mention (2009) … Metro Player of the Year (2011) … All-Metro, first team (2011), second team (2009, ‘10) … All-City first team (2011), second team (2010) … Invited to play in the Battle of The Board, Kentucky/Ohio All-Star Basketball Game (2011) … Played AAU with All-Ohio Red, coached by father, Benji Burke ... Helped All-Ohio Red to AAU U16 National Title in 2009 and AAU U15 National Runner-up title in 2008 … Was high school teammate of Boston Celtics’ Jared Sullinger … High School coach was Jared’s dad, Satch Sullinger … Follow him on twitter at @Trey_Burke3.

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