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  Brad Nahra
Brad Nahra

Player Profile
Hometown:
Lexington, Ky.

High School:
Sayre High School

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 217

Birthdate:
12/15/1979

Years Played:
1998-2002

*Former walkon who appeared in 70 games in four-year career and contributed greatly on the wing with the injuries to Tanner Shell, Justin Allen and Kenny Crandall in his final two seasons (2000-2002).

*A good shooter who was a tough player on the practice squad his first two years and it resulted in quality minutes at the end of his final two seasons.

*Nahra was a "recruited" walk-on from Lexington, Ky., who earned a scholarship for his sophomore and junior seasons and twice earned the Ned Wulk Award (2000 and 2002). Nahra and Chad Prewitt were the first four-year players under Evans at ASU, and his basketball travels as a Sun Devil took him to Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Australia, North Carolina, California, Oregon, Washington, Texas, Utah and Nevada.

*Saw action in the final 10 games of his senior year and played a career-high 32 minutes at No. 20 UCLA and had four assists in ASU's first road win over a ranked opponent since 1998.

*Averaged 7.8 points and 20.0 minutes in final five games of 2000-2001 and had team-high 12 points in 19 minutes vs. No. 8 Arizona on Feb. 21. Posted 11 points in then career-high 26 minutes in win over Oregon State on March 3 and made 9-of-10 (.900) free throws to end the season. Averaged 11.4 minutes per game in Pac-10 play and made 13-of-17 (.765) free throws in conference action.

Graduated in the spring of 1998 from Sayre High School in Lexington, Ky., and lettered four years in basketball, three in baseball, one in soccer and four in golf. Captained the baseball and basketball teams in 1998 and was an all-city pick for three seasons. A Class A all-state pick in 1997-98, Nahra led city in scoring in 1997 and 1998. He averaged 17.5 points in sophomore year, 21.4 points in junior year and 26.2 points in senior year. The all-time leading scorer in school history, he posted games of 49 points and 15 boards, 35 points and 17 rebounds and 39 points and 12 boards. Also had a "triple-double" with 25 points, 10 boards and 10 assists.

BRAD NAHRA
Year   G-GS   Min-Avg   FG-A   Pct   FG3-A   Pct   FT-A   Pct   Rb-Avg   F-D   Ast   To   Bk   St   Pts-Avg
01-02   24-0   157-6.5   8-26   30.8   3-16   18.8   13-24   54.2   18-0.8   16-0   11   10   0   9   32-1.3
00-01   25-0   244-9.8   18-56   32.1   9-35   25.7   15-21   71.4   28-1.1   16-0   24   9   0   7   60-2.4
99-00   12-0   33-2.8   3-9   33.3   1-4   25.0   2-2   100.0   5-0.4   4-0   7   3   0   1   9-0.8
98-99   9-0   29-3.2   1-4   25.0   1-3   33.3   2-4   50.0   7-0.8   6-0   2   1   0   0 5-0.6
Career   70-0   463-6.6   30-95   31.6   14-58   24.1   32-51	62.7   58-0.8   42-0   44   23   0   17   106-1.5

BRAD NAHRA'S CAREER HIGHS Points: 12 vs. #8 Arizona (2-21-01) Assists: 4, twice, at #20 UCLA (2-16-02) Rebounds: 4, twice, at Oregon (2-4-01) Minutes: 32 at #20 UCLA (2-16-02) Field Goals Made: 4, twice, vs. Oregon State (3-3-01) Field Goals Attempted: 9 vs. #8 Arizona (2-21-01) Three-Pointers Made: 3 vs. Oregon State (3-3-01) Three-Pointers Attempted: 6 at California (3-8-01)

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