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#33 Deshawn Delaney
Position: Guard
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 200
Year: Senior
Hometown: Chicago, Ill
Other College: Vincennes JC
Experience: 1 Letter

SENIOR (2014-15)
Voted All-MW Honorable Mention by league media… MW Player of the Week (12-22-14) after averaging 18.5 points and 10.5 rebounds while shooting 53.6 percent from the field in a pair of wins over Central Arkansas and UL Monroe… Improved his scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and blocks from his junior season as an everyday starter his senior season… Made SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays on November 21, 2014 for one-handed slam versus George Mason… Ranked among MW’s top ten in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and steals during non-conference play…. Set his career high in scoring twice in a four-game span with 22 points versus New Mexico State (12-3-14) and Central Arkansas (12-17-14)… First and only double-double of season (second of career) came against Central Arkansas (12-17-14) with 22 points and 13 rebounds… Career-high six assists at UNLV (1-21-15)… Tallied a career-high four steals twice versus George Mason (11-21-14) and at New Mexico State (12-20-14)… Led team in scoring in eleven games with 19 games of ten or more points for the season… Scored in double figures in ten-straight games in non-conference play… Finished second on the team in dunks with 21, one behind Obij Aget… Broke bone in right hand two days before Senior Night game and was given honorary start against Wyoming (3-7-15). He was subbed out three seconds into the game after the Cowboys conceded the opening tip and exited the game to a standing ovation and emotional, memorable embrace with head coach Craig Neal.

JUNIOR (2013-14)
Academic All-MW Team… Appeared in all 34 games while starting in 23 of them… Averaged 5.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game… Shot an efficient 53.7% from the field, which was good for second on the team… Scored a season-high 14 points against Boise State in the MW Tournament (3-14-14)… Tallied first career double-double (ten points and ten rebounds) in his first start versus Marquette (12-21-13)… Finished the season with six games of ten points or more… Season-high five assists at Fresno State (1-18-14)… Shot 39.5% from beyond the arc as a starter… Recorded at least 20 minutes of action in 20 of his 34 appearances with four games of 30 minutes or more… Awarded the 2013-14 PACKS Award for all UNM upperclassmen student-athletes… Selected as a Lobo Scholar Athlete Award winner.

JUNIOR COLLEGE
Lettered for two seasons at Vincennes University in Indiana… Two-time Junior College All-American, getting selected to the Third Team in both 2012 and 2013… Scored a career total of 1,166 points (17.1 ppg) with an 8.6 rebounding average and 134 career assists… Recorded 23 double-doubles in his career, and hit double-figures in points in 60 of 68 games, including 26 games of 20 or more, with a high of 33… Started all 37 games as a sophomore, leading the Trailblazers in the 2013 NJCAA National Tournament, finishing in fourth place… Earned All-Tournament honors… Scored 585 points as a sophomore, a 15. 8 scoring average, and he averaged 8.1 rebounds per game… Shot .516 from the field with 90 assists, 62 blocks and 48 steals while leading Vincennes in scoring 15 times and in rebounding 14 times… As a freshman he started all 21 games, scoring 581 points, an 18.7 average while averaging 9.2 rebounds, shooting .575 from the field with 44 assists and 58 blocks.

HIGH SCHOOL
Lettered at Chicago Carver where he was an All-Area selection… Averaged 25 points with 14 rebounds and five blocks as a senior… Named a top 30 prospect out of Carver and a Third Team All-State pick by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association… Played summer ball with the D-Rose All-Stars… Second Team All-Public School League selection by the Chicago Sun-Times… McDonald’s All-American game nominee in 2011.

PERSONAL
Mother is Tracy Brooks… Has four brothers and one sister… Majoring in Liberal Arts… Favorite player in Scottie Pippen… Birthday is August 27, 1992... Son is Deshawn Delaney Jr.

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