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Nic Wise
Nic Wise

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
Kingwood

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 180

Position:
G

Experience:
3L

Wise's Career/Game-By-Game Statistics in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

Wise's Career/Game-By-Game Statistics in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

General: Worked himself into one of the best point guards in the West ... His leadership skills seem to improve by the day ... Ranked among the top 10 in the following Arizona career statistical categories: scoring (1,285 points/25th), three-point field goals (160/10th), three-point field goal attempts (405/10th), three-point field goal percentage (.395/8th), free throw percentage (839/T4th) and steals (167/9th) ... One of the Pac-10's most productive guards, as he finished in the top 10 in six statistical categories as a senior ... Dropped more than 20 pounds since the end of 2006-07 and the resulting boost in quickness made him an asset on both ends of the court ... Collected 160 steals in his last three seasons (1.7 spg) ... Better shot selection and fewer turnovers boosted his playing time and paid dividends ... Has the unique distinction of being just the second known player in NCAA Division I history to play for four different head coaches in his four-year career, joining David Martin of Texas A&M (1989-93) ... Signed a free agent contract in July 2010 to play professionally in Germany.

2009-10 (Senior): A first-team all-Pac-10 selection ... An NABC first-team all-District 20 pick ... Has three game-winning shots this season ... Averaged 8.0 points, 2.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists at Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, April 7-10 ... Earned Pac-10 Player-of-the-Week honors Feb. 1 after averaging 22.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in wins over Stanford and California ... Arizona's unquestioned leader ... A Cousy Award Finalist ... During his career, Arizona is 27-10 (.730) when Wise passes out five or more assists ... Ended the season ranked ninth in the Pac-10 in scoring (14.4), third in FT percentage (.878/18th nationally) and steals (1.7), sixth in assist:turnover ratio (1.4), eighth in assists (3.3) and 10th in minutes played (32.9) ... Found himself on the John R. Wooden Award, Naismith Trophy and Bob Cousy Award preseason watch lists ... Collected a team-high 16 points to go with three rebounds on 3/11 vs. UCLA in Pac-10 Tournament ... Hit game-winning shot with 1.5 seconds to go in double OT on 3/6 vs. USC to finish with 15 points, six rebounds and four assists ... Scored all 12 points in the second half and equaled a season high with seven steals on 3/4 vs. UCLA ... Registered seven points, four boards and three steals on 2/27 at Stanford ... Collected seven points and two steals on 2/25 at California ... Finished with 18 points and three assists on 2/21 vs. Arizona State ... Hit just 1-of-11 FGs on 2/13 vs. Oregon State ... Registered four boards and a pair of steals on 2/11 vs. Oregon ... Tallied 10 points, two assists and two steals on 2/6 at Washington State ... Set a new career high with 17 FGA at Washington on 2/4 ... Equaled a career high with 30 points (5-of-8 3-pt. FG) on 1/31 vs. California, including outscoring the Golden Bears, 7-3, in last 53 seconds to provide the winning margin ... Posted 14 points, six boards, four assists and two steals on 1/28 vs. Stanford ... Tallied 16 points, six assists and three steals on 1/23 at Arizona State ... Collected 19 points, six boards and five assists on 1/6 at Oregon, including three key second half treys ... Hit 3-of-6 treys and finished with 16 points at Oregon State on 1/14 ... Posted 14 points and a game-high three steals on 1/10 vs. Washington ... Tallied a team-high 15 points to go with four assists and a block on 1/8 vs. Washington State ... Collected eight points, five assists and four steals on 1/2 at UCLA ... Failed to attempt a three-point FG on 12/31 at USC for the first time since 12/16/2007 ... Held to zero assists for first time this season vs. BYU on 12/28 ... Scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half, including the game-winning bucket on a driving layup with 0.9 seconds remaining on 12/23 vs. North Carolina State ... Tallied 26 points (12-of-12 FT), including the game-winning trey as time expired in overtime, and became the 44th player in school history to score 1,000 career points on 12/21 vs. Lipscomb ... Posted a season-low four points, but passed out four assists on 12/12 at San Diego State ... Topped 20 points for the second time this season with 24 points (10-of-11 FT), six boards and five assists on 12/9 vs. Louisiana Tech ... Hit 3-of-6 treys to finish with 15 points at Oklahoma on 12/6 ... Offset a poor shooting night (3-of-13) with a spotless 12-of-12 FT effort to go with a career-high seven rebounds and six assists on 12/2 vs. UNLV ... Finished out of double figures for the first time in 18 games (dating back to last season), as he posted nine points and four assists vs. Vanderbilt on 11/25 ... Exploded for 30 points, four boards and six assists on 11/24 vs. Colorado, and scored 16 of UA's last 19 points in the OT win ... Registered 13 points (7-of-7 FT), six boards and three steals on 11/23 vs. Wisconsin ... Equaled a career high with five steals on 11/19 vs. Rice to go with 15 points and seven assists ... Hit 7-of-15 FGs en route to 15 points and four assists on 11/15 vs. Northern Arizona.

2008-09 (Junior): Attended the USA Men's World University Games Team Trials, June 16-18, in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... Announced his intention to enter the 2009 NBA Draft on April 7, but withdrew his name and announced that he would return to school on June 6 ... Twenty-seven of his 41 career games with double-figure points came this season ... Earned second-team all-Pac-10 honors in voting done by the league's head coaches ... Has 11 games with 40 or more minutes played this season and his 1,273 minutes played in 208-09 were the third most in school history ... ... Named the Pac-10 Player of the Week Feb. 16 after averaging 26.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists in wins over USC and UCLA ... Has four 20-point halves this season ... Led the Cats with a 21.3 ppg scoring average during the NCAA Tournament ... Finished the season ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in minutes played (36.4), fifth in assists (4.6) and FT percentage (.848), sixth in scoring (15.7) and steals (1.5), seventh in assist:turnover ratio (1.6:1) and three-point FGs made (1.9), and eighth in three-point FG percentage (.415) ... Has four career games with 20+ minutes played and zero turnovers ... Collected 14 points, five rebounds and four assists vs. Louisville on 3/27 ... Posted another strong NCAA Tournament effort with 21 points (10-of-10 FT), five boards and eight assists on 3/22 vs. Cleveland State ... Equaled a career high with 29 points (10-of-19 FG) in NCAA Tournament opener vs. Utah on 3/20, including 21 points in the second half ... Collected 18 points, two assists and a steal on 3/12 vs. Arizona State ... Hit all nine FGs en route to 27 points, nine assists and three steals vs. Stanford on 3/7 ... Posted 10 points, three assists and two steals on 3/5 vs. California ... Hit just 3-of-15 FG attempts at Washington on 2/28, including a career-high eight 3-pt. FG attempts (made one) ... Collected 19 points, four assists and three steals on 2/26 at Washington State ... Tallied 17 points, seven assists and three steals on 2/22 at Arizona State ... Hit 9-of-13 FGs to finish with 26 points vs. UCLA on 2/14 ... Tallied 20 of his 27 points in the second half, including the decisive trey with 45 seconds remaining vs. USC on 2/12 to go with four assists and two steals ... Scored 11 of his 17 points in a key 20-4 run at Oregon on 2/7 to go with seven assists ... Tallied 14 points, including the decisive FG with 1:08 to go, in addition to five assists on 2/5 at Oregon State ... Collected six points, four assists and three steals vs. Washington State on 1/31 ... Dropped 14-of-14 FTs to finish with a career-high 29 points (20 in 2nd half) on 1/29 vs. Washington to go with eight assists ... Scored 20 of his career-high 23 points (5-of-7 three-point FGs) in the second half - including the game-tying trey with 10 seconds to go - in the overtime win over Houston on 1/24 ... Registered six points and three rebounds on 1/21 vs. Arizona State, but equaled a season low with just one assist ... Posted 11 points and six assists on 1/17 at USC ... Hit just 1-of-8 FGs and passed out five assists on 1/15 at UCLA ... Tallied four assists and three steals on 1/10 vs. Oregon State ... Passed out a game-high five assists vs. Oregon on 1/8 to go with seven points and four rebounds ... Scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half at Stanford on 1/4 ... Collected 16 points and three assists on 1/2 at California ... Poured in a career-high 23 points (9-of-17 FG) to go with five assists on 12/29 vs. Weber State ... Posted 16 points, eight assists and one turnover in 38 minutes vs. Kansas on 12/23 ... Tallied eight points, five rebounds and four assists at UNLV on 12/20 ... Established new career highs of 21 points, four treys, nine FT attempts and two blocked shots on 12/14 vs. Gonzaga ... Hit three treys to finish with 13 points and five assists vs. San Diego State on 12/10 ... Tallied 11 points and a season low one turnover at Texas A&M on 12/5 in a game he fouled out with 7:33 to go ... Equaled a career high with three treys (finished with 15 pts.) vs. Loyola Marymount on 12/2 ... Set a new career best with seven FGs en route to 18 points and seven assists on 11/30 vs. Northern Arizona ... Posted nine points, seven assists and a season-high four steals on 11/25 vs. Santa Clara ... Collected eight points, five boards and three assists vs. Mississippi Valley State on 11/24 ... Attempted a career-high 15 FG attempts en route to 14 points, six boards and nine assists vs. UAB on 11/18 ... Set new career highs of 19 points and nine assists (no turnovers) on 11/17 vs. Florida Atlantic.

2007-08 (Sophomore): Had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Feb. 5 and missed four weeks ... All 14 career double-figure point games came this season ... Had 103 assists and 48 steals in his last 20 games ... Ended the season ranked second in the Pac-10 in steals (2.0 spg), third in the league in 3-point FG percentage (.472), and fourth in assist:turnover ratio (2.00) ... Played most minutes of any reserve (29.4 mpg), though he had 11 starts to his credit ... Collected 12 points and three assists vs. West Virginia on 3/20 ... Posted 11 points, four boards, five assists and a blocked shot on 3/13 vs. Stanford ... Equaled a Pac-10 Tournament record with five steals (all in first half) to go with 15 points and eight assists on 3/12 vs. Oregon State ... Equaled a career high with eight assists to go with 12 points and three steals in 40 minutes at Oregon on 3/8 ... Played 34 minutes in his return from surgery on 3/6 at Oregon State and responded with 15 points, six assists on two steals ... Injured the knee on Jan. 31 at USC, but still played 68 minutes in the games at USC and UCLA ... Has played 380 of 445 minutes in his last nine games (85 percent) before the injury ... Posted 12 points (4-of-5 FG), two assists and four steals on 2/2 at UCLA ... Passed out a career-high eight assists (zero turnovers) to go with 3-of-5 shooting from behind the arc on 1/31 at USC ... Hit 3-of-4 treys en route to 10 points vs. Washington State on 1/24 ... Recorded six points, six assists (1 TO) and two steals in 34 minutes vs. Washington on 1/26 ... Scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half on 1/19 at California and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds to go with three assists and two steals ... Tallied 13 points, four rebounds and four steals on 1/17 at Stanford ... Collected five points, two assists and two steals on 1/12 at Houston ... Played a career-high 41 minutes at Arizona State on 1/9, where he equaled a career-high with five rebounds and attempted five three-point field goals ... Sank a career-best 7-of-14 field goals en route to 16 points and seven assists in 40 minutes vs. Oregon on 1/5 ... Tallied career highs of 17 points, seven field goals and five steals on 1/3 vs. Oregon State ... Made his first career start on 12/29 at Memphis and equaled career highs with 12 points, four rebounds and four steals to go with five assists in 40 minutes ... Scored all 12 points (career high 5 FG) in the second half vs. San Diego State on 12/22 to go with four assists ... Passed out a career-high seven assists to go with season-high totals of three FG and four rebounds on 12/19 at UNLV ... Collected two assists, three boards and a steal on 12/16 vs. Fresno State ... Posted career-high totals of 11 points, four rebounds and eight assists in 35 minutes played vs. Illinois on 12/8 ... Registered a season-high eight points to go with three boards, three assists and a steal on 12/2 vs. Texas A&M ... Collected three points, four assists, three steals and no turnovers on 11/28 vs. Cal State Fullerton ... Posted career-high tallies of six assists, three rebounds and 32 minutes played on 11/25 at Kansas ... Collected a steal and three points vs. Adams State on 11/21 ... Tallied 15 minutes vs. UMKC on 11/19 ... Passed out a career-high three assists, blocked his first shot and collected two steals on 11/13 vs. Virginia ... Posted four points and an assist vs. Northern Arizona on 11/13.

2006-07 (Freshman): Registered an assist in four minutes vs. Purdue on 3/16 ... Totaled two points and a rebounds vs. Oregon on 3/8 ... Collected five points and a steal in 16 minutes at Stanford on 3/3 ... Played three minutes vs. UCLA on 2/17 ... Passed out two assists vs. Washington on 2/3 ... Played five minutes vs. Washington State on 2/1 ... Collected a steal in 11 minutes vs. North Carolina on 1/27 ... Posted a season best with two assists on 1/24 vs. Arizona State to go with a board in eight minutes ... Scored two points in two minutes at UCLA on 1/20 ... Tallied an assist and a steal in six minutes at USC on 1/18 ... Garnered three minutes at Washington on 1/4 ... Hit a trey and added a free throw in five minutes vs. Stanford on 12/30 ... Tallied four points and a rebound on 12/28 vs. California ... Saw five minutes of action vs. Memphis on 12/20 ... Collected three points, a rebound and an assist on 12/17 vs. Houston ... Posted four points, an assist and no turnovers in 13 minutes at San Diego State on 12/9 ... Tallied two points, an assist and two steals on 12/5 vs. Louisville ... Hit two FTs in three minutes vs. UNLV on 11/28 ... Set season highs with nine points, three FG and 19 minutes on 11/22 vs. Samford ... Grabbed a rebound and added an assist on 11/9 vs. New Mexico State ... Missed both three-point FG attempts vs. Northern Arizona on 11/15, but managed an assist and steal ... Collected five points, two rebounds and a steal in 15 minutes at Virginia on 11/12.

Fall 2006: Averaged 10 points, two assists and one steal in five appearances during UA's Tour of Vancouver ... Closed the tour with a 21-point (4-of-8 3-point FG), three-assist performance on Sept. 4 vs. British Columbia ... Wasn't afraid to take big shots as three of his field goals in that contest gave the Wildcats the lead in a tight game throughout.

High School: Rated as the No. 26 overall prospect and the No. 4 point guard in the nation by Bob Gibbons' All-Star Sports Top 100 ... A proven winner, Wise completed his high school career with a 131-23 (.851), the most wins of any player in Texas Class 5A history ... Attended the same high school as former UA assistant coach Josh Pastner ... A four-year letterwinner at Kingwood High School for coach Royce Huseman ... Averaged 19 points, 8.0 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 steals per game as a senior ... Garnered all-22-5A District, all-regional and first-team all-state honors as both a junior and senior ... Named Texas Class 5A Player of the Year by the Texas Basketball Coaches Association and co-Mr. Basketball ... Averaged 18.0 points and 8.0 assists per game in 2004-05 to lead Kingwood to the Texas Class 5A state championship, where he was named tournament Most Valuable Player ... Along with UA teammate Chase Budinger, Wise was selected to the all-tournament team at the Nike Junior World Championships in Douai, France, in June 2006, where he led the tournament by averaging seven assists per game as Team USA went 6-0.

Wise, Nic

Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2006-07 22-0 180/8.2 12-47 .255 7-30 .233 11-16 .688 1-11 12 0.5 12-0 12 19 0 7 42/1.9 2007-08 27-11 793/29.4 79-175 .451 37-77 .481 53-69 .768 9-53 62 2.3 50-1 119 55 3 54 248/9.2 2008-09 35-35 1273/36.4 177-392 .452 66-159 .415 128-151 .848 13-75 88 2.5 86-3 160 101 3 52 548/15.7 2009-10 31-31 1021/32.9 130-337 .386 50-139 .360 137-156 .878 7-95 102 3.3 72-0 103 73 2 54 447/14.4 TOTAL 115-77 3267/28.4 398-951 .419 160-405 .395 329-392 .839 30-234 264 2.3 220-4 394 248 8 167 1285/11.2


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