Jerry Evans, Jr. scores 25 points in overtime victory.
Burton tops MW in scoring at 23.4 points per game
Deonte Burton led the Wolf Pack with 20 points and three blocks against Missouri
GREEN'S GAME: Has a variety of offensive weapons and ways to score. Can make plays off the dribble for himself, or set-up teammates with assists.
2001-2002 SEASON (JUNIOR): Led the Wolf Pack in scoring for the third straight year at 16.3 ppg. Played in all 30 games and started 27. Ranked seventh in the WAC in scoring and sixth in free-throw percentage (.772). Named WAC Player of the Week on January 12 after pouring in a team-high 25 points in an upset win over Fresno State. Ranks eighth on Nevada's all-time scoring list with 1,220 points. Tied his career-high in points with 33 against UTEP on February 16. Scored 20 or more points on 10 separate occasions. Drained a team and career-best 61, 3-pointers and ranks third all-time in the record book with 144. Set the Wolf Pack record for free-throws made (142) and attempted (184) by a junior. Made a career-high 14 free-throws in two separate games (last versus UTEP on February 16). Also set a career-high for free-throw attempts with 17. Shot a career-best .384 from the field. Played a career-high 44 minutes at Louisiana Tech on February 23. Named second-team all-WAC by Sporting News.com. Enters the 2002-03 season with a streak of 10 straight double-digit scoring games.
2000-2001 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Played in all 28 games, started 23. Led the Wolf Pack in scoring (11.8 ppg) for the second straight season. Drained a team-high 37, 3-pointers. Second on the team in free-throw percentage (.796) and ranked sixth in the WAC. Named WAC Player of the Week on November 22 after opening the season with 31 points against San Francisco. Nailed a career-high six 3-pointers against the Dons. Scored double figures in 16 games and scored 20 or more points in five games.
1999-2000 SEASON (FRESHMAN): Started 28-of-29 games as a rookie and averaged 31.2 minutes per game. Averaged a team-best 13.9 points per game. Averaged 4.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.1 steals. Shot 80 percent from the free-throw line and 37 percent from the field. Named to the Big West Conference All-Freshman team and honorable mention teams. Also earned all-tournament team honors after averaging 19.5 points in two tournament games. Shot 50 percent from the field and 89 percent from the line. Scored 30 or more points on three occasions. Had a career-best 33 points against New Mexico State on February 3. Named Big West Player of the Week on January 17 after opening conference play with 30 and 23 points, respectively. Set the Wolf Pack freshman record for free-throws made (126) and free-throws attempted (158). Selected as an alternate for a USA Olympic Developmental Team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters while attending Benson HS in Portland, Ore. Led the league in scoring his senior year and led his team in every statistical category except for rebounding. Team won the P.I.L. championship three years in a row, and finished third in the state tournament his senior year and second his junior season.
PERSONAL: A General Studies major. Born 1/10/81. Enjoys listening to music in his spare time. Son of Vanessa Green. Uncle is former NBA star A.C. Green.
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