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Height: 6'9"
Weight: 220
Year: Junior
City/State: Lake Oswego, Ore.
High School: Jesuit


Career Notes
A co-captain in 2001-02 along with Jason Williams ... one of the nation?s most versatile players ... a preseason third team All-America by Basketball News and honorable mention All-America by Athlon ... ranked the nation?s sixth-best power forward by The Sporting News ... rated the nation?s 10th-best small forward by Lindy?s ... one of 50 preseason candidates for the Wooden Award, given annually to the nation?s top college basketball player ... 2001-02 preseason first team All-ACC by Basketball News and The Sporting News ... deadly outside shooter who can also put the ball on the floor ... excellent passer who sees floor well for a player his size ... has triple-double potential ... added muscle during the off-season to help his play around the basket ... played in 69 career games, starting 41 times (all 39 games in 2000-01) ... averaging 11.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists during his college career ... has 39 double-figure scoring games and two double-doubles ... has five career 20+ point outings.

Sophomore Season (2000-01)
An honorable mention All-ACC choice by the media ... one of 11 members of the All-ACC Academic Basketball Team ... finished season averaging 12.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.4 steals per game ... shot .474 from the field overall and .373 from three-point range ... had 27 double-digit scoring games and two double-doubles ... one of three Blue Devils to start all 39 games (Shane Battier and Jason Williams were the others) ... ranked among the ACC leaders in scoring (16th), rebounding (20th) and three-point field goals made per game (1.5-15th) ... was the team?s high scorer twice and leading rebounder in nine games ... ranked third on the team in rebounding (5.7), three-point percentage (.373), assists (2.6) and double-figure scoring games (27) ... established career highs in scoring (24 vs. North Carolina), rebounds (17 at Clemson), assists (six-three times), blocks (three vs. Davidson), steals (five vs. Michigan) and minutes (37 at Wake Forest) as a sophomore ... was one of three Blue Devils to average double figures in scoring during the 2001 NCAA Tournament (12.0) ... a key player for Duke during the NCAA Championship game vs. Arizona (4/2), scoring a team-high 21 points, including going 5-for-9 from three-point range ... had 18 second-half points in that contest, including nine points (all on three-point field goals) in a 45-second span ... his five three-pointers and nine trey attempts were career highs ... named to the All-Final Four Team following his championship game performance ... recorded 11 points in 30 minutes against USC (3/24) ... scored 15 points and hauled in nine rebounds against Missouri (3/17) ... notched a career- and game-high 24 points to go along with 13 rebounds against North Carolina (3/11) in the ACC Tournament title game ... named to the ACC All-Tournament Team ... scored 16 points and hauled in nine boards against North Carolina (3/4) ... tallied 18 points and six rebounds against Georgia Tech (2/21) ... scored 17 points and pulled down a career-high 17 rebounds against Clemson (2/7) ... his 17 rebounds vs. the Tigers were the most in a game by a Blue Devil since Elton Brand had 21 vs. Fresno State on 11/27/98, a span of 91 games ... scored 18 points and had eight rebounds against Florida State (2/4) ... scored 12 points and pulled down 13 rebounds against North Carolina (2/2) ... had 18 points and eight rebounds against Maryland (1/27) ... scored 21 points against Wake Forest (1/24) ... pulled down a game-high nine rebounds against Boston College (1/16) ... scored 12 points, grabbed five rebounds and dished out six assists against Virginia (1/13) ... scored 14 points, hauled in five rebounds and dished out five assists against Clemson (1/7) ... had 13 points, five rebounds and four assists against Stanford (12/21) ... scored 18 points, pulled down three rebounds and had two steals in return to hometown against Portland (12/19) ... had 12 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals against Michigan (12/9) ... had 12 points, four rebounds, three blocks and four steals against Davidson (12/4) ... scored 21 points against Illinois (11/28) in 36 minutes of action ... pulled down a team-high eight rebounds in TiVo Preseason NIT Championship victory over Temple (11/24) ... shot a perfect 4-of-4 from the field, dished out four assists and grabbed four rebounds in Preseason NIT semifinal victory over Texas (11/22) ... scored 16 points in 30 minutes against Villanova (11/17).

Freshman Season (1999-00)
A valuable performer who emerged as one of the nation?s best sixth men ... earned second team ACC All-Tournament honors after missing four games with mononucleosis ... honorable mention selection to the ACC All-Freshman team ... played in 30 games, starting twice (vs. Illinois and Davidson) ... averaged 9.1 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists ... ranked sixth on the team in scoring and fifth in rebounding ... was the ninth highest-scoring freshman during the Coach K era at Duke ... was the seventh highest-scoring freshman in the ACC ... part of a freshman class that averaged 40.5 points per game, the fourth-highest total by any freshman class in ACC history ... reached double figures in scoring 13 times, including a career-best 21 points vs. Virginia (1/5) ... ranked second on the team with 10 charges taken ... his 724 minutes played ranked sixth on the squad ... played at least 14 minutes in each contest ... his season high in minutes was 35 vs. Virginia (1/5) ... shot .460 from the field (97-of-211), .351 from three-point range (34-of-97) and .738 from the foul line (45-of-61) as a freshman ... had a career-high nine rebounds vs. William & Mary (1/2) ... had at least one three-point field goal in 17 games, two or more in nine contests, three or more seven times and a career-best four against Clemson in the opening round of the ACC Tournament (3/9) ... had an outstanding ACC Tournament, averaging 12.0 points and shooting .706 from the field, including a blistering .778 (7-of-9) from three-point range ... performed at that level after missing four games with mononucleosis ... also played in Duke?s three NCAA Tournament games (3.0 ppg, 4.7 rpg) ... pulled down eight rebounds in NCAA Tournament first round vs. Lamar (3/17) ... was a perfect 5-of-5 from the floor (3-3 3-pt. FG) in scoring 13 points vs. Clemson (1/29) ... made a season-best eight field goals and attempted a season-high 15 vs. North Carolina A&T (12/19) ... earned Duke?s Glenn E. ?Ted? Mann Award, given annually to the Duke reserve contributing most to team morale ... made the USA Basketball World Championship for Young Men Qualifying Team that earned a silver medal in Brazil during the summer of 2000 ... started all five games for the U.S. team ... averaged 7.2 points and 2.2 rebounds for the U.S. squad.

High School
Played and lettered two years in basketball at Jesuit High School for head coach Gene Potter ... a McDonald?s and Parade All-America as a senior ... also earned honorable mention All-America honors from USA Today ... Gatorade State Player of the Year and Oregonian State Player of the Year as a senior ... was a two-time all-league and all-state choice ... two-time Metro League Player of the Year ... led his senior year team to state title with averages of 23.0 points and 8.0 rebounds a game ... most valuable player in the state tournament as a senior, scoring 22 points and grabbing 12 rebounds ... his junior year squad went 21-7 and reached the state quarterfinals as he averaged 20.0 points and 9.0 rebounds ... tallied a career-high 35 points against Redmond High School ... collected 13 points and five steals in the McDonald?s All-America game ... also participated in the Hoops Summit and Magic Johnson Roundball Classic.

Son of Mike and Emily Dunleavy ... father, Mike, was an NBA player and coach for 23 years ... has two brothers, Baker (18) and James (13) ... uncle, Kevin, and father both played college basketball at South Carolina.

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