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Player Bio: Nick Graham :: Men's Basketball  

  Nick Graham
Nick Graham
Player Profile
Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Stillwater, Okla.

High School:
Stillwater

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 181

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
12/22/1980

Experience:
2V

RS-SOPHMORE (2001-02) - Sat out season with an injury.

SOPHOMORE (2000-01) -Speed guard off the bench who really pushed the ball up the floor…played season-high 15 minutes in season-opening win over Portland State, Nov. 20…best game came in win over arch rival Washington March 3…contributed three points, career-high three rebounds and a steal against the Huskies.

FRESHMAN (1999-2000) - WSU's backup point guard for the first half of the season…severe ankle sprain suffered during a Jan. 17 practice caused him to miss the second half of the year…sparked WSU to victory off the bench with career-high 13 points in 22 minutes Dec. 4 against Southern…also had a pair of assists in that game…two assists in the Portland State win…four points and a steal at Arizona…hit three pointer versus Utah.

HIGH SCHOOL – Member of 20-6 Stillwater team as a FRESHMAN…top rated team in Oklahoma with a 21-5 mark during his SOPHOMORE season…14-2 conference record…eight points per game as a JUNIOR…led team in scoring with 13.8 average as a SENIOR…also averaged 3.7 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game, leading the Pioneers to within one win of a berth in the Oklahoma state playoffs…his three-pointer at the buzzer upset the No. 8 team in the state during the qualifying tournament…shot 49 percent from the field, 42 percent from beyond the three-point line (fourth-best in class 6A) and 74 percent at the free throw line as the Pioneers finished 13-13…team captain and four-year letterwinner…all-Frontier Conference…All-State honorable mention…team MVP.

PERSONAL – Born Nicholas Paul Graham Dec. 22, 1980, in Dallas, Texas…father Paul Graham (WSU's head coach), mother Vanessa Graham…sister Brittany…studying communications.

DID YOU KNOW? – Nick and his father are just the second father-son coaching combination in WSU history…the Cougars' first father-son pairing was Marv and Dave Harshman…the legendary Marv Harshman coached WSU from 1959-71 and son Dave played for him on the 1970 team.

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