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J.R. Patrick
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A different J.R. in Oil Country
 
JR Patrick Basketball Career / Stats:
Born August 4, 1981 in Edmonton, Alberta ... son of Everton and Paulette Patrick ... has three older sisters, Angella, Jennifer and Diane ... given name is Everton Patrick ... lists golf, tennis, football, hockey, video games and movies among his hobbies … favorite book is The Bible and his top historical figure is Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Outlook:
Solid defense, in addition to his running and shooting ability.
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Career:
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
North Dakota State College of Science
2002-2003: Santa Clara (NCAA): 22 games: 5.6ppg, 2.4rpg, 1.3apg
2003-2004: Santa Clara (NCAA): 30 games: 6.5ppg, 3.0rpg, 1.1apg
2004-2005: In Mar.'05 signed at Limoges CSP Elite (FRA-N1)
2006: Eugene Chargers (IBL,1T): 19 games: 21.7ppg
2006-2007: Al Ahli Jeddah (KSA-D1,1T); Left before the Saudi Premier Basketball PlayOffs
2008: Edmonton Chill (IBL) , then moved to Pioneros Los Mochis (Mexico-CIBACOPA), left in Mar
 

.R. Patrick

 

Hometown:
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

High School:
Eastglen Composite

Last College:
North Dakota State College of Science

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
08/04/1981

Experience:
2L

Major:
Communication

Category

Career High

Points

19 twice

Field Goals

6 vs. San Diego, Mar. 5, 2004

Field Goal Att.

11 vs. UW-Milwaukee, Dec. 29, 2003

3-Pt. Field Goals

5 twice

3-Pt Field Goal Att.

10 at Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2004

Free Throws

5 at Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2004

Free Throw Att.

9 at Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2004

Rebounds

7 vs. Pacific, Dec. 13, 2003

Assists

4 twice

Blocked Shots

2 three times

Steals

4 vs. San Diego, Mar. 5, 2004

Minutes

35 vs. UMBC, Dec. 22, 2003

AS A SENIOR IN 2003-2004: Played in 30 of 32 games and started 13 ... shot a team-high .870 from the free throw line, making 20-of-23 attempts ... averaged 6.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per game ... started final seven games of the season ... opened WCC Tournament with team-high 19 points in the win over San Diego ... went 6-of-9 from the field and 5-of-7 from behind the three-point arc against the Toreros ... also registered four steals in the game ... scored 19 points, including 5-for-9 from behind the three-point arc at Pepperdine ... also went 4-for-4 from the free throw line and grabbed four rebounds in 27 minutes at Firestone Fieldhouse ... grabbed seven boards to go with six points in two blocks in win over Pacific ... scored 10 points on 5-for-9 shooting at Eastern Washington ... registered 10 points on 4-for-6 shooting against Mississippi State ... started and played 35 minutes in double-overtime win over UMBC ... scored 11 points on 5-for-11 shooting and grabbed six rebounds in win over Wis.-Milwaukee in the Cable Car Classic ... handed out four assists in championship game against BYU.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2002-2003: Appeared in 22 games and started three ... missed the first six games due to a knee injury suffered during the preseason ... underwent surgery in early October ... made first appearance of season against Nevada ... posted five points and two rebounds in 14 minutes during the win over the Wolfpack ... stared three games during the regular season ... scored in double figures three times ... shot .794 from the free throw line during the regular season, including .810 in conference games ... grabbed six rebounds, three of which were offensive, in 14 minutes of play at Loyola (Md.) ... posted 11 points on 4-for-5 shooting against Wright State ... registered six points, four rebounds and four assists in the win at San Diego ... scored 16 points on 4-for-8 shooting from behind the three-point arc in a starting role at Gonzaga.

JUNIOR COLLEGE INFORMATION: Played two seasons at North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D. ... played for coach Craig Irwin ... a second team NJCAA All-America and first-team Region XIII selection as a sophomore ... average 16.8 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game ... ranked ninth nationally in three-point percentage, shooting .495 from beyond the three-point arc ... ranked 13th nationally in free throw percentage with 87 percent ... a first-team all Mon-Dak Conference honoree ... helped lead squad to a 31-2 overall record and perfect 14-0 conference mark as a sophomore ... team compiled a 52-12 record and won back-to-back league titles in two seasons ... team ranked ninth in final NJCAA Division I poll and ranked second nationally in scoring with a 104.0 per game average ... led team to regional championship game before losing to top-ranked Schoolcraft college ... helped team establish 11 school records as a freshman and 14 as a sophomore ... named team MVP ... a member of the Dean's Honor Roll with a 3.56 grade point average.

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION: A 1999 graduate of Eastglen Composite High School in Edmonton, Alberta ... played for Coach Narindas Rias .... averaged 30 points per game as a junior ... recorded back-to-back 37-point games and had a 36-point outing that included six three-point field goals ... three-time team MVP and two-time Edmonton All-Star ... named league's Mr. Basketball ... three-time Alberta Junior Provincial Team member ... also played football and was the city and league MVP as a prep ... rushed for four TDs and passed for two in a single game at the quarterback position.

PERSONAL DATA: Born August 4, 1981 in Edmonton, Alberta ... son of Everton and Paulette Patrick ... has three older sisters, Angella, Jennifer and Diane ... given name is Everton Patrick ... lists golf, tennis, football, hockey, video games and movies among his hobbies … favorite book is The Bible and his top historical figure is Martin Luther King, Jr. … lists Demarr Johnson as the toughest player he has competed against and Chris Tucker as his favorite actor … communication major.

 

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