Patrick McCaw

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Patrick

McCaw

HEIGHT

6 ft7 in

/ 2.01m

WEIGHT

185 lbs

/ 83.9kg

LATEST VIDEOS

0021701128 MIL GSW RECAP

Giannis Antetokounmpo scores a game-high 32 points as the Bucks get the win over the Warriors, 116-107.

0021701128 MIL GSW Green Slam Q3

Patrick McCaw throws the no-look pass to Draymond Green for the baseline one-handed slam.

0021701114 ind gsw recap

Victor Oladipo scores 24 points and Thaddeus Young adds 17 with 10 rebounds, as the Pacers beat the Warriors on the road, 92-81.

0021701102 uta gsw recap

The Jazz takes advantage of the depleted Warriors and runs away with a 110-91 win behind 21 points from Donovan Mitchell, while Rudy Gobert adds 17 points and 15 rebounds.

0021700774 gsw sac mcgee one hand oop q2 wsc

Patrick McCaw tosses a pass up to JaVale McGee who comes down with the one-handed alley-oop.

0021700657 gsw chi durant assist q3 wsc

Kevin Durant passes through a double-team to Patrick McCaw for a reverse layup.

0021700622 GSW MIL RECAP

Kevin Durant scores 26 points and Draymond Green adds 21 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists as the Warriors defeat the Bucks, 108-94.

0021700566 GSW HOU PAUL LAYUP Q2

Chris Paul crosses up Patrick McCaw and lays it in.

0021700562 GSW DAL MCCAW BUZZER BEATER Q3

Kevin Durant passes to Patrick McCaw and McCaw slithers to the basket for a finger roll as the buzzer sounds.

20171227 top10

Check out the best NBA plays from the last Wednesday of 2017.

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Patrick McCaw drives down the lane and euro steps before the layup and foul.

0021700494 CLE GSW RECAP

Kevin Durant drops 25 points and grabs seven rebounds as the Warriors defeat the Cavaliers in a Christmas Day Special.

0021700489 DEN GSW RECAP

Gary Harris leads the Nuggets to a 96-81 win over the Warriors with 19 points and three assists.

0021700479 LAL GSW RECAP

Kevin Durant finishes with 33 points and Jordan Bell adds a double-double (20 points, 10 rebounds) as the Warriors defeat the Lakers 113-106.

0021700464 MEM GSW MCCAW DUNK Q4 WSC

Nick Young misses the three and Patrick McCaw is there to slam the putback dunk.

0021700296 SAC GSW RECAP

Willie Cauley-Stein comes off the bench to score 19 points to go along with 8 rebounds as the Kings defeat the Warriors, 110-106.

0021700296 SAC GSW Casspi Layup Q1

Patrick McCaw gets the steal and on the other end passes to Omri Casspi for the layup.

0021700148 mia gsw curry assist q2 wsc

Shaun Livingston gets a steal followed by a bounce pass from Stephen Curry to Patrick McCaw for the layup.

0021700063_VO_GSW_GREEN_ASSIST_Q1

Draymond Green dimes it to Parick McCaw for the drive to finish the layup.

0011700077 SAC GSW RECAP

Stephen Curry scores 18 points, grabs three rebounds and dishes three assists, while Patrick McCaw adds 17 as the Warriors beat the Kings, 117-106.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

NBA CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
•Selected by Milwaukee in the second round of the 2016 NBA Draft (38th overall)... Acquired by Golden State on draft night in exchange for cash considerations.
•Won an NBA Championship with Golden State in 2017.

2016-17 HIGHLIGHTS WITH GOLDEN STATE & SANTA CRUZ (NBA G LEAGUE):
•Appeared in 71 games (20 starts), averaging 4.0 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 15.1 minutes while hitting 43.3 percent from the field.
•In 20 starts, averaged 6.3 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 23.4 minutes, shooting 47.2 percent from the field... His 20 starts were the most by a Warriors rookie in a single season since Harrison Barnes started 81 games in 2012-13.
•Scored in double figures six times.
•In his ninth career start on 3/11 at San Antonio, logged a career-high 42 minutes, the most minutes recorded by a Warriors rookie since Chris Wright played 46 minutes and Jeremy Tyler played 44 minutes on 4/26/12 vs. San Antonio.
•In his sixth career start on 3/6 at Atlanta, grabbed a career-high seven rebounds and tied a career-high with three three-pointers.
•In his third career start on 2/13 at Denver, scored a career-high 19 points, the most by a Warriors rookie since Harrison Barnes scored 19 points on 2/6/13 at Oklahoma City... Played 35 minutes in that contest, becoming the first rookie to lead the Warriors in time on the court since Harrison Barnes played 35 minutes on 11/16/12 at Minnesota.
•In his second career start on 2/2 at the L.A. Clippers, dished out a career-high six assists.
•Made his first career NBA start on 1/10 vs. Miami, recording three points and three rebounds in 19 minutes... Became the first Warriors rookie to start in a game since Harrison Barnes on 4/17/13 at Portland and the first shooting guard to do so since Klay Thompson on 4/26/12 vs. San Antonio... Became the first Warriors second-round draft pick to start at shooting guard since Monta Ellis on 4/19/06 at Utah.
•Set a career-high with three three-pointers on 12/5 vs. Indiana, finishing with nine points.
•Made his NBA debut on 10/25 vs. San Antonio, his 21st birthday, finishing with two points and two assists in nine minutes... Became just the second Warrior ever to make his NBA debut on his birthday, along with Othell Wilson, who debuted on his birthday in 1984.
•DNP-CD four times... Missed one game due to leg cramps (3/31)... Missed two games due to flu-like symptoms (12/30-1/2)... Missed four games due to a sprained left ankle (10/30-11/4).
•Appeared in two games with Santa Cruz of the NBA G League, averaging 12.5 points, 4.5 assists and 4.0 rebounds in 35.5 minutes per game.

2017 POSTSEASON HIGHLIGHTS WITH GOLDEN STATE:
•Appeared in 15 games (three starts), averaging 4.1 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 14.7 minutes while shooting 43.8 percent from the field.
•In three starts, averaged 8.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 26.7 minutes while shooting 50.0 percent from the field and 44.4 percent from three-point range.
•Scored in double figures twice.
•Scored six points in 12 minutes in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on 6/12 vs. Cleveland.
•Made his NBA Finals debut in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on 6/1 vs. Cleveland.
•Made his third career postseason start in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on 5/22 at San Antonio, tallying six points, four rebounds and two assists in 17 minutes... Became the first Warriors rookie to start a game in the conference finals since Jamaal Wilkes did so on 5/14/75 and the first in the NBA to do so since Kawhi Leonard on 6/6/12.
•Scored a postseason career-high 18 points in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on 5/16 vs. San Antonio… Became the first Warriors rookie with at least 18 points off the bench in a playoff game since Robert Parish (20 points on 4/14/77 at Detroit) and the first rookie in the NBA with at least 18 points off the bench in a playoff game since James Harden (18 on 4/22/10 vs. the L.A. Lakers)... Hit a playoff career-high three three-pointers and tied playoff career-highs in assists (5) and steals (3).
•Earned his second-straight starting assignment in Game 3 of the First Round on 4/22 at Portland, scoring 11 points, dishing out a playoff career-high five assists, grabbing a playoff career-high-tying five rebounds and swiping a playoff career-high three steals.
•Made his first career postseason start in Game 2 of the First Round on 4/19 vs. Portland, tallying nine points to go with a playoff career-high five rebounds in a playoff career-high 34 minutes... Recorded a +27 while he was on the court, a career-high plus/minus.
•Made his NBA playoff debut in Game 1 of the First Round on 4/16 vs. Portland.
•DNP-CD twice.

College History

COLLEGIATE HIGHLIGHTS WITH UNLV:
•Appeared in 65 games (48 starts) over two seasons, averaging 12.2 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.98 steals in 31.7 minutes.
•Ranked second in the nation and first in the Mountain West in steals per game (2.45) as a sophomore.
•Named Second-Team All-Mountain West and earned Mountain West All-Defensive Team accolades as a sophomore.


•2015-16 COLLEGIATE HIGHLIGHTS WITH UNLV:
•Appeared in 33 games (32 starts) as a sophomore, averaging a career-best 14.7 points, 5.1 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.45 steals in 33.7 minutes.
•Named Second-Team All-Mountain West and earned Mountain West All-Defensive Team accolades.
•Ranked second in the nation and first in the Mountain West in steals per game (2.45).
•Ranked in the top 10 in the conference in scoring (14.7, 10th), field goal shooting (.465, sixth), assists (3.9, fourth), minutes (33.7, seventh), assist-to-turnover ratio (1.9, third), three-pointers (2.1, fifth) and three-point shooting (.366, seventh).
•Over a nine-game stretch late in the season, averaged 41.7 minutes, including playing every minute (55) of a triple-overtime contest on 3/9 vs. Air Force in the Mountain West Tournament, tallying 27 points (12-of-19 FG) and 14 rebounds for his third career 20/10 game.
•Matched his career-high with nine assists on 2/27 vs. Wyoming.
•Grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds on 2/20 vs. Nevada, his second career 20/10 game.
•Scored 20-plus 11 times, including a career-high-tying 28 points on 2/6 at Fresno State.
•Swiped a career-high seven steals on 12/2 at UC-Riverside, finishing with 17 points and eight rebounds.

2014-15 COLLEGIATE HIGHLIGHTS WITH UNLV:
•Appeared in 32 games (16 starts) as a freshman, averaging 9.6 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.50 steals in 29.6 minutes.
•Shot 40.2 percent from the field, 36.8 percent from three-point range and 71.4 percent from the free-throw line.
•Started each of the last 15 games in which he appeared... Was one of five true freshmen to get court time for the Runnin’ Rebels.
•Led the team and was fifth in the Mountain West in steals per game.
•Swiped 48 steals, 14 more than the next-closest player on the team (Cody Doolin, 34).
•Led the team in three-pointers made (57).
•Scored in double figures 12 times, with three games with 20 or more points... Made at least one three-pointer in 25 of his 32 games played.
•Made a career-high six three-pointers on 2/14 at Air Force, tied for the most on the team in one game during the season and tied for fourth in the league.
•Dished out a career-high nine assists on 12/5 vs. Saint Katherine.

High School History

HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS:
•Graduated in 2014 from Montrose Christian High School in Rockville, Maryland, where he spent his senior season.
•Averaged 13.0 points per game and helped lead the team to a National Christian School Athletic Association Division I title as a senior in 2014.
•Made 42 three-pointers as the team finished with a 20-5 overall record his senior year.
•Named to the 2014 All-Gazette Second Team following his senior season at Montrose Christian.
•Prior to Montrose Christian, spent his first three years playing high school basketball at Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis... Attended the same high school as former Warriors swingman Larry Hughes.
•Earned First-Team Metro Catholic All-Conference honors as a junior.
•Named Metro Catholic Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore.

PERSONAL: Full name is Patrick Andrew McCaw... Born Oct. 25, 1995, in St. Louis, Missouri... The son of Jeffery (Sr.) and Teresa McCaw... Has five siblings... Returned to his hometown of St. Louis in July with the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, bringing it to the Gateway Arch and the St. Louis Cardinals game on July 3, 2017, where he threw out the ceremonial first pitch... Also brought the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy to his alma mater, UNLV, during the summer of 2017... Chose to wear #0 because he has “zero worries, zero doubts”... Graduated in 2014 from Montrose Christian High School in Rockville, Maryland, where he spent his senior season in 2014... Prior to Montrose, spent his first three years playing basketball at Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis.


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