2013-14 • JUNIOR
Stats & Trends
Joined the starting lineup on December 21, and ended up starting the 23 games and playing in all 34 • averaged 5.3 points and 4.0 rebounds, and had 55 assists and 23 steals • turned into a very good shooter, shooting .537 from the field and .333 from three at 16-for-48, and .395 from three after joining the starting lineup.
Single Game Highlights
Went a perfect 2-for-2 in his debut against Alabama A&M with five rebounds and two blocks • Hit his frist career three-pointer and added two boards anda steal against Charleston Southern • had two points and two rebounds in an active eight-minute stint against UAB • scored a career-high six points on 3-of-4 shooting with a team-high two steals against UMass • had a pair of blocks and two points against Davidson • hit his only shot against New Mexico State • played seven minutes against Cincinnati, going 1-for-2 with two rebounds and an assist • had a block and an assist against Kansas in six minutes • played a career-high 20 minutes off the bench against New Mexico State, scoring two points and grabbing three boards • recorded a double-double in his first career start, going for career-highs of 10 points and 10 rebounds against Marquette in a 7-point win • scored seven points with two rebounds and two blocks against Grand Canyon • had just two points but added five boards against Colorado State • hit a career-high two three-pointers after hitting just one the entire season, as he scored eight points against Wyoming with four rebounds and two assists • had a career-high 12 points and three steals, hitting 3-of-4 from three-point range in the process against SJSU • had a second-straight double-figure scoring game, this time with 10 against UNLV • only scored three points but showcased great defe nse and had a career-high five assists against Fresno State • only hit a pair of free throws, but skied his way to a team-leading nine defensive boards against Boise State • didn’t score and grabbed five rebounds with three assists, but made the play of the game against Colorado State, recovering a loose ball and beating a double-team in the corner to set up the winning shot in a 68-66 win • tied a career-high with 12 points, hitting a career-best five field goals at Utah State • scored seven points with four assists and a steal against San Jose State • had a team-best four assists and added five rebounds and a nasty alley-oop dunk against Wyoming • scored nine points despite an injured toe on a perfect 3-for-3 night from thre field, all threes, at Boise State • despite a bad toe played 19 minutes and grabbed four rebounds with two assists and two points against Nevada • had a quiet but effective three-point, six-rebound game against UNLV • tied a career-high with three steals against San Diego State • scored six points on a 3-of-6 shooting with four boards against Utah State • recorded six points on 3-of-6 shooting with four rebounds at Nevada • came off the bench as senior Chris Perez started in his place, but went for eight points and a team-best nine rebounds off the bench against Air Force • had a solid game despite foul trouble with five points and four rebounds in just 20 minutes at San Diego State • scored nine points in just 18 minutes, including a career-best 5-of-6 from the line • had a career-high 14 points from 7-of-12 shooting with four assists and no turnovers against Boise State • scored seven points and had five rebounds against San Diego State in the championship game of the Mountain West Tournament • had a solid game with 10 points, six rebounds and three assists in the NCAA Tournament against Stanford.
2013 AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Was not on the tour as he was not enrolled in the summer.
Lettered for two seasons at Vincennes University in Indiana • is a two-time JC 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 • shot .544 from the field for his career, shooting 65% from the free throw line, getting there 323 times • has 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, 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 • led 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 • averaged 9.2 rebounds, shooting .575 from the field with 44 assists and 58 blocks.
Lettered at Chicago Carver where he was an All-Area selection • averaged 25 points with 14 rebounds and five blocks as a senior • Delaney was named a top 30 prospect out of Carver • was named a Third Team All-State pick by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association • played summer ball with the D-Rose All-Stars • was a Second Team All-Public School League selection by the Chicago Sun-Times • was nominated for the McDonald’s All-American game in 2011.
his parents are Luccis Delaney and Tracy Brooks • has four brothers and one sister • is majoring in liberal arts • birthday is August 27, 1992.