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Appeared in 177 games (151 starts) and averaged 3.6 points and 3.4 rebounds in 18.3 minutes.
2015-16 SEASON AVERAGES
Appeared in 70 games (70 starts) and averaged 4.8 points and 3.6 rebounds in 22.2 minutes.
Established new career-highs in points (337), field goal percentage (.496), three-point field goal percentage (.311), blocks (42), games played (70) and minutes (1553). Shot 28-79 (.354) from corner 3 this season. For the second consecutive season, he increased his threepoint field goal perctange by six-plus percentage points. During the month of April he averaged 5.2 points, on .706 shooting from the floor (12-of-17 FG), and 5.4 rebounds in 20.2 minutes per game. Shot 6-of-7 from the field to score 13 points vs. LA Clippers (3/9). Pulled down a season-best 11 boards at Golden State (3/3). Scored a careerhigh 15 points on 7-of-9 shooting at LA Lakers (12/23). Seven games of double-digit scoring. Two game of double-digit rebounds. Led team in rebounding twice. One game DNP – Flu-Like Symptoms. Nine games DNP – Right Knee Sprain. One game DNP – Rest.
2014-15: Recorded his first career double-double with career highs in points (10) and rebounds (12) against Golden State (12/18). Followed up the next night by tying his then-career high of 10 points while holding Kobe Bryant to nine points on 3-of-15 shooting at LA Lakers (12/19). Blocked a career-high four shots vs. Brooklyn (11/21). Shot 5-of-6 from the field (2-of-3 from three) to score a career-best 12 points at Denver (2/9). Tied his career high of 12 rebounds in a win over Dallas (2/19). One double-double. Scored in double figures in four games. Two games of 10-plus rebounds. Eight games DNP – Left Foot Sprain. Seven games DNP – Left Ankle Sprain.
2013-14: Oklahoma City was 12-4 with Roberson in the starting lineup. Only player to start 10 or more games at both the NBA and D-League levels. 26 DNP’s – Coach’s Decision. 16 DNP’s – Inactive.
In 20 games (18 starts) averaged 5.0 points, 5.2 rebounds, 1.2 steals and 1.0 blocks in 24.0 minutes.
2016: In 18 games (18 starts), averaging 5.6 points, 5.6 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1.1 blocks in 26.2 minutes. Notched his first career postseason double-double with playoff career highs in points (17) and rebounds (12) alongside a career-best five steals in Game 4 vs. Golden State (5/24). Sunk three three-pointers en route to 13 points vs. Golden State in Game 3 (5/22). Produced 14 points and seven rebounds vs. San Antonio in Game 6 (5/12) – shooting 5-of-8 from the field and 3-of-5 from three-point range. One double-double.
2014: Appeared in two games and averaged 1.0 rebound in 4.5 minutes.
During eight assignments with the Tulsa 66ers, appeared in 17 games (all starts) and averaged 15.9 points, 9.6 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 2.47 steals, 1.29 blocks and 31.7 minutes per contest.
The first Colorado player to lead the team in rebounding, blocked shots and steals for three consecutive seasons. The only CU player with career 1,000 points (1,012) and rebounds (1,045), 150 blocks (150) and steals (164), and 100 assists (119). Just 10 boards shy of becoming the school’s all-time leading rebounder before leaving Colorado. In his tenure, the Buffs put together a school-record three consecutive 20-win seasons.
2012-13 (Junior): The Pac-12 Conference’s Defensive Player of The Year and a First-Team All Conference pick. Became the first CU player in 22 years to average a double-double (10.9 ppg, 11.2 rpg) in consecutive years. Finished second nationally in rebounding. Posted two 20-rebound games. His average of 2.2 steals per game ranked 30th in NCAA D-1 and second in the Pac-12. His 1.3 bpg average ranked eighth in the conference. Selected to the John R. Wooden and the Naismith Player of the Year preseason Top-50 Watch lists.
2011-12 (Sophomore): AllPac-12 First Team, All-Defensive Team and AllTournament Team. Averaged a double-double on the year (11.6 ppg, 11.1 rpg). Set the CU singleseason rebounding record (401). Ranked third nationally and first in the Pac-12 in rebounds per game (11.1). Led the Pac-12 in blocks (1.9 bpg). Finished tied for fifth in NCAA D-1 in doubledoubles (20).
2010-11 (Freshman): Set the CU freshman record for rebounds (297) and blocks (42). Only the fourth freshman in Big 12 history to lead his team in rebounds, steals (51) and blocks (42). Tied for second in the league in rebounding despite not starting a single game.
Full name is Andre Lee Roberson. Son of John and Lisa Roberson. Father played basketball collegiately at New Mexico State (1985-89) and professionally overseas for 12 years. Mother played volleyball at New Mexico State (1985-89). Has five sisters, Ashlee (a three-year basketball letterwinner at Texas Tech University and played professionally overseas); Amber (four-year volleyball letterwinner with the University of Texas); Arielle (as a member of the Colorado women’s basketball team, was the 2013 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year and five-time conference Freshman of the Week recipient); Aaliyah; Arianna and one brother, Anthony. Sister, Arielle and Andre were the only brother-sister basketball siblings in the Pac-12 Conference in 2012-2013, and one of five nationally. Majored in Communication.
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