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Chris Carrawell
Drafted by San Antonio Spurs in Round 2, pick 41

Allsport
Position: Shooting Guard
College: Duke
Conference: ACC
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 220
Age:
Birthdate: 11/25/77
High School: Cardinal Ritter, St. Louis, Mo.

Finally given his chance to shine with the departure of so many heralded teammates, Carrawell did just that, earning consensus first-team All-American and first-team All-ACC honors. Some questioned his offensive skills before this season, but he silenced any doubters by averaging 18 points and six rebounds. Carrawell can do a little everything well, but there's one thing he does really well -- defend. Carrawell is strong enough and mobile enough to guard several positions. Along with teammate Nate James, Carrawell is one of only two players in ACC history to play on teams that won four straight ACC regular-season championships. He was the only player to play in each of Duke's ACC-record 30 straight league wins.

Career Statistics
Season  FGs  PCT  3-pts  PCT  FTs  PCT  RPG  APG  BLK  STL  PTS  AVE 
'96-97
'97-98
'98-99
'99-00
Totals
31
32
39
34
136
72-125
121-251
144-317
205-422
542-1115
.576
.482
.454
.486
.486
0-2
14-38
19-55
29-77
62-172
.000
.368
.345
.377
.360
27-47
66-103
79-137
137-176
309-463
.574
.641
.577
.778
.667
3.1
3.7
4.8
6.1
4.5
1.1
1.1
3.3
3.2
2.3
21
23
34
36
114
22
19
30
34
105
171
322
286
576
1455
5.5
10.1
9.9
16.9
10.7
 

Senior Season

  • Selected first team All-America
  • ACC Player of the Year
  • Finalist for the Wooden Award
  • Only player to play in all of Duke's ACC-record 30 straight wins
  • One of only two players (Nate James is the other) to win four consecutive outright ACC regular season titles
  • Ranked second among Blue Devils in scoring, rebounding and assists

    Junior Season

  • Started all 39 games on a Duke team which went undefeated in the ACC and lost to UConn in the NCAA Finals
  • Third team All-ACC
  • Averaged 9.9 ppg (fifth on team)
  • Scored nine points in the Championship Game

    Sophomore Season

  • Second team All-ACC
  • Missed four games due to a strained lower back
  • Ranked fourth on the team in points
  • Had offseason surgery on his left shoulder prior to the start of his soph season

    Freshman Season

  • Started 12 games

    Notables

  • Helped lead the U.S. to a gold medal in the World University Games in the summer of '99
  • Other notable players to come out of his HS are Jahidi White and Loren Woods


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