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  Bryan Bracey
Bryan Bracey
Player Profile

Chicago, Ill.

High School:
Oak Park

Last College:
Malcolm X J.C. (Ill.)

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 210




1999-00: Emerged as team's top inside presence off the bench and led all reserves in scoring at 8.1 points per game (fifth overall). Team's leading field goal shooter at 57.6 percent (91-of-158); also effective at the free throw line where he hit 70.6 percent (60-of-85). Played in all 30 contests, averaging 16.6 minutes per game. Ranked fifth on the team in rebounding (3.6). Led team in scoring twice and rebounding four times. Season highlight came off bench at Washington, going 10-of-10 from the field for a career-best 23 points in addition to seven rebounds and one assist in a 76-74 overtime win. Scored 10 points with six boards in NCAA Tournament game versus Seton Hall. Opened March with his first two starts of the season against Arizona State and Arizona in place of the injured A.D. Smith at the No. 4 spot. Had 13 points and was three-for-six from the floor and grabbed seven rebounds in the win over Arizona State. His 30 minutes in that game was second only to his 37 minutes at Washington. Had eight points and three rebounds in home defeat of Arizona while playing 19 minutes. Team-best 15 points and career-high eight rebounds in rout of St. Martin's. Had 16 points and seven rebounds in big home win versus UCLA.

BEFORE OREGON: Averaged 22 points and 10 rebounds at Malcolm X Junior College in Chicago, Ill. The first-team all-conference selection in Region 4 was the team's leading scorer and rebounder.

High School: As a prep standout in suburban Chicago, was an all-conference selection at Oak Park High School and made the Chicago suburban all-star team by averaging 20 points and eight rebounds as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born Bryan Bracey, August 5, 1978, in Chicago, Ill. Parents are Nathaniel and Margaret Bracey. High School (Coach): Oak Park (Al Allen). Junior College (Coach): Malcolm X (Michael Harris). Majoring in sociology.

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