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#2 Isaiah Thomas
Position: Guard
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 185
Year: Junior
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Curtis/South Kent School (Conn.)
Experience: 2 Letters

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Thomas' Career Highs
Points: 30 vs. Wright State, 11/13/09
FG: 10, vs. Arizona, 3/12/11
3pt FG: 6, vs. California, 2/10/11
FT: 14, vs. Wright State, 11/13/09
Rebounds: 9 vs. Stanford, 3/12/09
Assists: 13, at California, 1/16/11
Blocks: 1, 7 times, last vs. Washington St, 2/27/11
Steals: 5, 2 times, vs. Eastern Wash, 11/16/10
Minutes: 45, vs. Arizona, 3/12/11

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Thomas Quick Notes
• Announced on March 31, 2011 that he will enter the NBA Draft.
• Honorable menton AP All-American, All-District and first team All-Pac-10.
• Mid-season Wooden Award and Naismith Award candidate & one of 10 Cousy Award finalists.
• Ranks 6th on all-time UW list with 1,721 points, 3rd with 415 assists, eighth with 122 steals and third with 164 three-point field goals.
• Had 213 assists as a junior, the second most in UW single-season history, trailing only Will Conroy who had 219 in 2005.
• 10+ points in 92 of 105 games during his career.
• 2010-11 UW team captain with Justin Holiday.

2010-11(Junior) - Led team in scoring, assists, steals and minutes ... honorable menton AP All-American, All-District and first team All-Pac-10 ... first team All-Pac-10 for the second consecutive year ... mid-season Wooden Award and Naismith Award candidate & one of 10 Cousy Award finalists ... just the fourth Husky to earn all-conference honors three times (Chris Welp, Eldridge Recasner, Jon Brockman) ... 11 games this season with 20+ pts ... 10+ points in 92 of 105 games during his career ... 213 assists are the 2nd most in UW single-season history, trailing only Will Conroy who had 219 in 2005 ... ranked 12th nationally with 6.1 assists per game ... 14 games this year with 7+ assists ... ranks 6th on all-time UW list with 1,721 points, 3rd with 415 assists, eighth with 122 steals and third with 164 three-point field goals ... led Pac-10 with 6.1 apg (up to 6.7 in Pac-10 action), ranked 4th with 16.8 ppg, 3rd in assist to turnover ratio (2.0, 213/104), 8th with 1.7 3-pointers per game and 8th with 1.3 steals per game ... tied a career high with 5 steals against E. Wash ... led team at Maui Invitational with 14.7 points ... first 20 point game of the year also season-high 7 rebounds vs. Portland ... scored UW's first 10 points in the second half vs. San Francisco, finishing with 12 pts and 5 assists ... tallied 24 point and 8 rebounds vs. Nevada ... scored 17 points and had 9 assists at UCLA ... scored 20 points (17 in the second half), dished out 9 assists, grabbed 6 rebounds and had his first career slam dunk vs. Oregon ... scored 19 points and 8 assists vs. OSU ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week after averaging 19.5 ppg and 8.5 apg vs. Oregon and OSU ... averaged 20.5 ppg and 10 apg during Bay Area trip ... had career-best 13 assists (just the 8th player in UW history with 13+ in a game) and season-hi 27 pts for his first career double-double at Cal ... second consecutive double-double with 22 points, 10 assists, 1 turnover vs. Arizona (also 6 rebounds) ... first player in Division I since Northeastern's Jose Juan Barea in February 2006 to post back-to-back games with at least 20 points and 10 assists ... named Pac-10 Player of the Week for a second time this season after averaging 20.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 9.0 assists in a home sweep of the Arizona schools ... scored 19 points thanks to 11-of-12 from the line at WSU ... averaged 22.5 ppg and was 10x18 from 3-pt range in series vs. Bay Area schools to earn third Pac-10 Player of the Week honor ... scored 14 points in final 2:36 of the first half vs. Stanford on his way to 22 points ... joined Eldridge Recasner as the only Husky in the 1,500 point, 300 assist and 100 steal club after scoring 23 (career-hi six 3-pt makes) vs. Cal ... combined for 50 pts and 22 assists vs. Cal this season ... notched 3rd double-double of the season with 12 pts/10 assts at Arizona (3rd career game with 10 or more assists)... avg. 20.5 ppg, 4.5 apg against Seattle U and WSU ... was named the Pac-10 tournament Most Outstanding Player after playing all but two minutes in three games, averaging 19.7 ppg, 10 apg and hitting the game-winning shot in the championship game vs. Arizona (joins AZ's Sean Elliott as the only two-time Most Outstanding player) ... set the Pac-10 tourney record with 30 assists and tied the single-game record with 12 vs. Oregon ... back-to-back double-doubles vs. WSU and Oregon ... notched 19 points, 7 assists vs. Georgia ... averaged 15.5 points and 7.5 assists during the NCAA Tournament.

2009-10(Sophomore) - Ranks 26th on the all-time UW scoring list with 1,134 points and has amassed more points in the first two years of a career than any previous Husky player...averaged a team-best 15.7 points, 6.3 assists and 1.7 steals in 3 NCAA Tournament games...scored 17 of his 19 points vs. Marquette in the first half and his 8 assists tied for the most this season by a Husky...has scored double figures in 10-straight games...needs 35 points to pass Donald Watts for 25th...fourth on team with 3.9 rebounds per game and 17 games with 5 or more...11 games with 20+ points...six games with 10+ free three attempts...team-high 65 three-point baskets (7th most in UW history), including a make in 27 of 35 games...5th in the Pac-10 overall with 16.9 points per game, 8th with 1.9 three-point baskets per game and 9th with 3.2 assists...avg 24.7 ppg, 5 rpg and shot 56.8% (21-37) from the field, including 52.6% (10-19) from 3-pt range during three game Athletes In Action Classic...shared tournament MVP honors with Quincy Pondexter...set a new career-high with 30 points in season opener vs. Wright State...hit 14-of-18 free throws, the most makes and attempts in a game since Todd MacCulloch on Feb. 13, 1999...had 16 points despite taking a season-low 7 shots vs. Portland...also had season-best 8 assists and season-low zero turnovers vs. Portland....five assists and seven rebounds, but 9 points vs. Texas A&M, his first game of the season under 10 points...scored career-low equaling 4 points vs. San Fran, but dished out 6 assists and had 2 steals...broke out of a 8-for-29 shooting slump from the field with a 7-of-13 performance and 19 points vs. Oregon State....scored 25 points with 11-of-12 from the FT line vs. Oregon to end a streak of four-straight games without 20+ points...back-to-back 20+ points per game after scoring 20 at ASU on Jan. 8...18 points (all in the second half), 5 rebounds and 5 assists at Arizona...helped shut down Stanford's Jeremy Green to 7 points and Cal's Jerome Randle to 5 points, the conference's No. 1 and 2 scorers at the time...missed first career game vs. Seattle U with the stomach flu...bounced back from flu to score 19 points and grab 6 rebounds vs. WSU...24 points and 6 rebounds at California on Feb. 11, his highest scoring output since Jan. 2 vs. Oregon...averaged 22 points, 3.5 rpg and 3.5 apg in games at Cal and Stanford...tied career highs with 4-10 three-pointers against the Cardinal...scored 17 points and grabbed 6 rebounds vs. UCLA and had zero free throw attempts for the first time this season and 3rd time in his career...hit a key three-pointer to surpass 1,000 career points and scored 22 overall in a Feb. 27 win at WSU...scored 19 points on 8-of-12 shooting and dished out 5 assists at OSU...attempted a career-hi 12 three-pointers vs. OSU on March 11...scored 16 points in Pac-10 Tournament championship game...led team with 16.0 ppg, shot 93.3% from the free throw line and grabbed 3.0 rpg to earn Pac-10 Tournament Most Outstanding Player honors.

2008-09 (Freshman) - Named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and a second-team all-league selection ... selected by CBSSports.com as a first-team Freshman All-America honoree ... named to The Sporting News All-Freshman Team ... also named first-team All-Freshman by collegehoops.net ... earned the team's Playmaker Award ... scored 27 points on 9-of-12 shooting in the exhibition game against WWU ... scored 10 points in 15 minutes in season-opener before fouling out at Portland... scored 8 against Cleveland State off the bench ... scored 19 points with four boards and three assists against FIU ... scored 17 points against #24 Kansas ... scored 17 points with nine assists against #17 Florida ... grabbed six rebounds against Pacific ... grabbed five rebounds to go with 18 points against Oklahoma State ... grabbed three steals in 31 minutes against Portland State ... scored career-high 27 points against Morgan State ... went 9-for-17 from the field and 8-for-9 from the free throw line in 32 minutes against the Bears ... scored 19 points in the 20-point win at Washington State ... went 9-for-10 from the line against the Cougars ... scored 18 points against Stanford ... poured-in a game-high 23 points at Oregon ... made four three-pointers and went 7-for-7 from the free throw line ... also equaled career-high with three steals ... scored 24 points in home win over #13 UCLA ... tallied 25 at #14 Arizona State ... scored team-high 24 points with career-high four steals against Oregon ... tied team-high with 19 points against Arizona.

HIGH SCHOOL - A 2008 graduate of South Kent School in Connecticut ... ranked as the number 23 shooting guard by Scout.com and a top-100 overall prospect nationally by Scout.com and Rivals.com ... attended Curtis High School in University Place, Wash., near Tacoma, through 11th grade ... transferred to South Kent School for two years ... led South Kent School to the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) championship semifinals, losing to Brewster for the second-straight year ... scored 1,045 points (28.2 ppg) and handed out 236 (6.4) assists in 37 games in final season at South Kent ... Washington state Class 4A state player of the year as a junior ... set eight state tournament scoring records in leading Curtis to a sixth-place state finish in 2006 ... registered a record 51-point performance in an 80-76 semifinal loss to (current teammate Venoy Overton's) Franklin High School, surpassing the previous record set in 1955 ... scored 36 second-half points in a second round game against Mount Tahoma ... set state tournament records for - points in a game (51), points in a tournament (162), points in a state tournament career (241), tournament scoring average (40.5), field goals made (53), field goals attempted (103), three-pointers made (23), and three-pointers attempted (56). ... also averaged six assists per game in the tourney ... averaged 26.2 points as a sophomore and 31.2 as a junior ... participated in the Rbk U All-American Camp in 2007 and was named to the camp all-star game ... petitioned the school district to allow him to play varsity as a ninth grader but was denied ... named after the former Indiana and NBA all-star guard Isiah Thomas when his father, James, lost a friendly wager on a Lakers vs. Pistons playoff game in 1989 ... the name was approved by his mother since she desired a biblical name.

Isaiah Thomas Career Statistics

MinutesTotal3-PointF-ThrowsRebounds
Yeargp-gsminavgfgfgapctfgfgapctftftapctoffdeftotavgpffoastt/oblkstlptsavg
2008-09 35-3499328.4180431.41839134.291142207.68624821063.0661919223854115.5
2009-10 35-35108931.1186448.41565199.327156213.732201171373.96711118333759316.9
2010-11 35-35111531.9188422.44560172.349151210.71926971233.575121310424758716.8
TOTAL105-104319730.45541301.426164505.325449630.713702963663.520834152797122172116.4

Thomas Career Game-By-Game Stats

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