Houston Rockets

Position
G
 
Jersey
Name  Aaron Brooks
Born  1/14/1985
Height  6-0
Weight  161
College  Oregon
Home Town  Seattle, WA
High School  Franklin
OctoberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
10/29 @New York231341402261013
10/31 Cleveland191142101121043
Total422483503382056
NovemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
11/1 @Minnesota221663102250032
11/4 Orlando291352111280322
11/5 @Milwaukee13210012310022
11/7 @Philadelphia161042001141010
11/8 Boston282694400080026
11/10 Detroit111031302212024
11/13 @Toronto9000000000033
11/15 Indiana17630002210033
11/17 @LA Clippers19730100011001
11/20 @Sacramento241251111241044
11/21 @Portland241242211231031
11/24 @Utah231042003311023
11/25 @Denver231642600020011
11/28 @Boston151561201130012
11/30 @Brooklyn221142110130053
Total2951666122225162145733437
DecemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
12/2 Dallas13820402240020
12/3 @Charlotte14731003330021
12/6 Golden State10311010131002
12/10 Brooklyn15720303331012
12/12 Portland161781021340012
12/14 @Miami16832011210134
12/15 @Atlanta14831101110011
12/18 New York251853502251041
12/19 @Memphis311763210140043
12/22 Toronto241761411221112
12/23 @Washington251350304461003
12/25 LA Lakers281361002260033
Total2311365014226202642522224
Season Total5683261193949113950951456167
 
Notes:
2007: Selected by Houston in 1st round (26th overall) of the NBA Draft...2010: Named NBA Most Improved Player...2011: Traded to Phoenix for Goran Drgic and a 1st round draft pick, Feb. 24th...2012: Signed with Sacramento to a two-year deal worth $6.6 million, July 16th...2013: Waived by Sacramento, Mar. 1st; Signed with Houston, Mar. 5th; Re-signed with Houston a to a one-year deal worth $950,000, July 19th...2014: Traded to Denver for Jordan Hamilton, Feb. 20th; Signed with Chicago to a one-year deal worth $1.1 million.

Finished senior season at Oregon by being selected a John Wooden All-American, a Sporting News All-American Second Team choice and an AP All-American Third Team member after leading the Pac-10 in scoring with 17.7 ppg...Brooks was the first player for the Ducks to lead the conference in scoring in more than 15 years, more than enough to earn him All-Pac-10 First Team honors and a spot on the Pac-10 All Tournament Team as well...With 621 points in 2006-07, Brooks posted the seventh-highest single-season total in school history and his 1,521 career points are ninth at Oregon...Not only was Brooks the go-to guy in terms of scoring, he also led the Ducks with 149 assists in 2006-07 and finished his career with 471 dishes, placing him fourth on the school`s all-time list...Was responsible for almost four and a half rebounds per game and recorded 48 steals as a senior, all while hitting better than 40 percent of his three-point attempts...Somewhat slight by point guard standards, Brooks makes up for his deficiencies with great quickness and effort at both ends of the floor...Has a habit of getting tunnel vision on offense, focusing more on his own scoring opportunities than creating for his teammates.

Powered by · The Sports Network
.

STAR64 WSTR-TV Cincinnati :: Advertise with us!