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Azubuike, Kelenna
Background
NBA CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Was not drafted in the 2005 NBA Draft as an early entry candidate after playing three seasons at Kentucky...Acquired by Golden State as a free agent call-up from the Fort Worth Flyers of the NBA Development League on January 2, 2007...Re-signed with Golden State on July 17, 2007...Enters 2007-08 owning career averages of 7.1 points and 2.3 rebounds in 16.3 minutes (41 games in one season with Golden State). 2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS WITH GOLDEN STATE & FORT WORTH (D-LEAGUE): Appeared in 41 games (nine starts) with Golden State, averaging 7.1 points and 2.3 rebounds in 16.3 minutes...Amongst NBA Rookies who qualified, ranked 11th in points and 2nd in three-point field goal percentage (43.0 3FG%)...Averaged 16.5 points and 4.4 rebounds when logging 20-plus minutes (12 times)...Reached double-figures in scoring 12 times with 20-or-more points three times...Registered career-highs in points (28), free-throws made (8), three-point field goals (4), rebounds (7), steals (2) and minutes (48) at L.A. Clippers (1/17)...Made first NBA start at Memphis (1/3)...Finished with 15 points, five rebounds, two assists, a steal and a block in 24 minutes despite still having not participated in a practice with Warriors...Made NBA debut at Oklahoma City (1/2), recording four points, three rebounds, and two assists in 17 minutes...Signed NBA contract earlier that same day...DNP-CD nine times...In 12 games with Fort Worth Flyers of the NBA Development League, averaged 26.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.17 steals in 37.7 minutes while shooting 51.4% (113-220 FG) from the field and 48.5% (32-66 3FG) from three-point range...At the time of his call-up, led the D-League in scoring, while also ranking third in three-point percentage...Was the first GATORADE Call-Up of the 2006-07 NBA Development League season. 2007 NBA PLAYOFFS: Appeared in six of Golden State’s 11 playoff games, logging 15 total minutes and scoring four points. 2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS WITH FORT WORTH (D-LEAGUE): Appeared in 41 games, averaging 12.6 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists...Shot 50.8% (193-380 FG) from the field for the season...Helped Fort Worth capture D-League regular season title with a mark of 28-20...Recorded six 20-point games, including a season-high 25 points to go along with a season-best five assists at Arkansas (3/20)...Played with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2005 Reebok Vegas Summer League, averaging 7.5 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists in six games (five starts)...Signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers as a rookie free agent on 9/30/05...Averaged 7.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 20.2 minutes per game over five preseason outings...Waived by Cleveland on 10/27/05. COLLEGE CAREER: Played three seasons at Kentucky, averaging 10.0 points and 3.7 rebounds in 97 career games (65 starts)...Shot 48.5% (354-730 FG) for his career...Helped UK earn two Southeastern Conference titles, two SEC Tournament titles and two NCAA Elite Eight appearances during his time with the Wildcats...As a junior, was named All-SEC Second Team by The Associated Press and the league’s coaches after leading the team and ranking 10th in the SEC in points per game (14.7)...Named to the 2005 SEC All-Tournament Team after averaging 18.0 points in three contests...Tallied a career-high 30 points and tied a career best with 11 rebounds vs. Auburn (2/23/05).
Personal
Name is pronounced ka-LYNN-a az-a-BOO-key...Full name is Kelenna David Azubuike...Was born in London, England, but raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma...Parents are Kenneth and Chy Azubuike...Has three siblings, Nonzo, Nesochi and Adaeze...Nickname is “Buike”...Has been active participant in various community programs since joining Golden State...Has visited several sessions of Warriors Basketball Camp and participated in Read To Achieve events...Majored in business marketing in college...An All-State selection, averaged 39.1 points and 13.3 rebounds in leading Victory Christian (Tulsa, OK) to the Class 4A State Championship Game as a senior...Topped the state in scoring in each of his final three high school seasons, averaging 28.5 points as a sophomore and 38.7 points as a junior...Led his team to the state title as a sophomore...Finished his prep career with 3,530 points, which was just 89 points shy of the all-time state scoring mark...Is a fan of hip-hop music...Made an in-studio appearance at San Francisco hip-hop radio station KMEL during the 2006-07 season and conducted an interview while the station played beats that he had created.
Home Career Season & Totals Season Splits Game Logs Bio
Azubuike, Kelenna POS:Guard-Forward -
Barnes, Matt POS:22 -Forward
Belinelli, Marco POS:18 -Guard
Biedrins, Andris POS:15 -Center
Croshere, Austin POS:44 -Forward
Davis, Baron POS:1 -Guard
Ellis, Monta POS:Guard -
Harrington, Al POS:3 -Forward-Center
Jackson, Stephen POS:1 -Forward
Lasme, Stephane POS:45 -Forward
O'Bryant, Patrick POS:26 -Center
Perovic, Kosta POS:Center -
Pietrus, Mickael POS: -Forward
Watson, C.J. POS:23 -Guard
Wright, Brandan POS:32 -Forward
 
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