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Nick Collison Collison with the Thunder No. 4    Oklahoma City Thunder Power forward/Center Personal information Date of birth October 26, 1980 (1980-10-26) (age 30) Place of birth Orange City, Iowa Nationality American High school Iowa Falls High School Listed height 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) Listed weight 255 lb (116 kg) Career information College Kansas NBA Draft 2003 / Round: 1 / Pick: 12th overall Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics Pro career 2004–present Nick Collison at NBA.com Medal record Men’s basketball Competitor for  United States FIBA Americas Championship Gold 2003 San Juan Team competition FIBA Americas U18 Championship Gold 1998 Puerto Plata Team competition FIBA U19 World Championship Silver 1999 Lisbon Team competition FIBA U21 World Championship Gold 2001 Saitama Team competition Nicholas John Collison (born October 26, 1980) is an American professional basketball player, currently a power forward for the Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA, and well known in basketball circles for his accomplishments at the University of Kansas. Contents 1 Early life and high school career 2 College career 3 NBA career 4 Personal life 5 NBA career statistics 5.1 Regular season 5.2 Playoffs 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Early life and high school career Nick Collison was born in Orange City, Iowa, and grew up in Fort Dodge, Iowa and transferred to Iowa Falls High School. Nick Collison was a 1999 McDonald's All-American in high school while attending Iowa Falls, Iowa. From 3rd grade to his Senior year in high school, the Iowa Falls Cadets only lost one game. That game was lost in the state quarterfinals after Iowa Falls went from 2A to 3A and had almost no competition until the state quarterfinals. College career Teaming with fellow Iowan Kirk Hinrich to form one of the best duos in college basketball, Collison helped KU reach two consecutive Final Fours (2002, 2003). Collison finished his college career as the leading scorer in the history of the Big 12 Conference (since passed by Andre Emmett). In 2003, his Jayhawks lost to the Carmelo Anthony led Syracuse University Orangemen in the National Championship game, 81–78. He played for the US national team in the 2002 FIBA World Championship.[1] Collison's #4 jersey was retired by the Kansas Jayhawks at halftime of a 2004 game between Kansas and Michigan State University,[2] in recognition of his achievements (2002–03 Player of the Year, consensus First-Team All-America, Big 12 Player of the Year).[3] Like Hinrich, Collison played all four years in college. NBA career Collison was selected by the Seattle SuperSonics with the 12th pick of the 2003 NBA Draft but missed the 2003–04 season with injuries to both shoulders. He made his regular season NBA debut on November 3, 2004 against the Los Angeles Clippers, scoring 3 points in a 114–84 loss. He still plays for the same franchise, now the Oklahoma City Thunder since relocating in 2008. He and Kevin Durant are the only two players remaining from the Seattle SuperSonics era (Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka were drafted by the Sonics but the team relocated before their rookie seasons). Since his rookie season, Collison made the power forward position his own, emerging as a valuable and solid player during 2006–07, averaging nearly double figures in points (9.6) and adding 8 rebounds per game, while displaying great hustle. The following season, with slightly fewer minutes, Collison pulled down more rebounds (9.4) and points (9.8) per game. Collison is well-known for his savvy and quick defense, most notably having been among the league leaders in charges drawn several seasons in a row. Personal life After the decision by the owners of the team to relocate to Oklahoma City Collison decided to continue making his home in Seattle.[4] Nick is married to Robbie Harriford. They have a daughter, Emma Collison. Nick Collison's younger brother Michael plays at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa, their father's alma mater. NBA career statistics Legend   GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game  FG%  Field-goal percentage  3P%  3-point field-goal percentage  FT%  Free-throw percentage  RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game  BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high Regular season Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2004–05 Seattle 82 4 17.0 .537 .000 .703 4.6 .4 .4 .6 5.6 2005–06 Seattle 66 27 21.9 .525 .000 .699 5.6 1.1 .3 .5 7.5 2006–07 Seattle 82 56 29.0 .500 .000 .774 8.1 1.0 .6 .8 9.6 2007–08 Seattle 78 35 28.5 .502 .000 .737 9.4 1.4 .6 .8 9.8 2008–09 Oklahoma City 71 40 25.8 .568 .000 .721 6.9 .9 .7 .7 8.2 2009–10 Oklahoma City 75 5 20.8 .589 .250 .692 5.1 .5 .5 .6 5.9 2010–11 Oklahoma City 71 2 21.5 .566 .000 .753 4.5 1.0 .6 .4 4.6 Career 525 169 23.5 .532 .063 .729 6.3 .9 .5 .6 7.4 Playoffs Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2005 Seattle 11 0 19.8 .607 1.000 .630 5.0 .5 .3 .4 8.4 2010 Oklahoma City 6 0 21.5 .333 .000 .429 4.7 .3 .8 .2 3.2 2011 Oklahoma City 17 0 24.3 .632 .000 .783 5.8 .9 .9 .9 6.7 Career 34 0 22.4 .578 .500 .667 5.3 .6 .7 .6 6.6 See also List of NCAA Division I men's basketball players with 2000 points and 1000 rebounds References ^ 2002 USA Basketball ^ KU to retire Collison's jersey ^ NABC, Player of the Year, Retrieved on March 12, 2008 ^ Gary Washburn, Collison reflects on Sonics' relocation, August 26, 2008 External links NBA.com profile - Nick Collison University of Kansas Men's Basketball College stats at sportsstats.com ESPN Profile Basketball Reference Profile v · d · eKansas Jayhawks men's basketball retired jerseys 0 Drew Gooden • 4 Nick Collison • 5 Fred Pralle • 5 Howard Engleman • 7 Tusten Ackerman • 8 Charlie T. Black • 10 Charles B. Black • 10 Kirk Hinrich • 11 Jacque Vaughn • 12 Paul Endacott • 13 Wilt Chamberlain • 13 Walt Wesley • 14 Darnell Valentine • 15 Ray Evans • 15 Jo Jo White • 15 Isaac "Bud" Stallworth • 16 Clyde Lovellette • 23 B. H. Born • 23 Wayne Simien • 25 Danny Manning • 26 Gale Gordon • 32 Bill Bridges • 34 Paul Pierce • 36 Al Peterson • 40 Dave Robisch • 45 Raef LaFrentz 60 Max Falkenstien (Announcer, Honorary Retirement) v · d · eState Farm Division I Player of the Year Award winners 1975: D. Thompson  | 1976: S. May  | 1977: M. Johnson  | 1978: P. Ford  | 1979: L. Bird  | 1980: M. Brooks  | 1981: D. Ainge  | 1982: R. Sampson  | 1983: R. Sampson  | 1984: M. Jordan  | 1985: P. Ewing  | 1986: W. Berry  | 1987: D. Robinson  | 1988: D. Manning  | 1989: S. Elliott  | 1990: L. Simmons  | 1991: L. Johnson  | 1992: C. Laettner  | 1993: C. Cheaney  | 1994: G. Robinson  | 1995: S. Respert  | 1996: M. Camby  | 1997: T. Duncan  | 1998: A. Jamison  | 1999: E. Brand  | 2000: K. Martin  | 2001: J. Williams  | 2002: D. Gooden & J. Williams  | 2003: N. Collison  | 2004: J. Nelson & E. Okafor  | 2005: A. Bogut  | 2006: A. Morrison & J. J. Redick  | 2007: K. Durant  | 2008: T. Hansbrough  | 2009: B. Griffin  | 2010: E. Turner  | 2011: J. Fredette v · d · e2003 NCAA Men's Basketball Consensus All-Americans First Team Nick Collison • T. J. Ford • Josh Howard • Dwyane Wade • David West Second Team Carmelo Anthony • Troy Bell • Jason Gardner • Kyle Korver • Hollis Price v · d · eBig 12 Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year 1997: R. LaFrentz | 1998: R. LaFrentz | 1999: V. Hamilton | 2000: M. Fizer | 2001: J. Tinsley | 2002: D. Gooden | 2003: N. Collison | 2004: T. Allen | 2005: W. Simien | 2006: P. Tucker | 2007: K. Durant | 2008: M. Beasley | 2009: B. Griffin | 2010: J. Anderson | 2011: M. Morris v · d · e2003 NBA Draft First round LeBron James · Darko Miličić · Carmelo Anthony · Chris Bosh · Dwyane Wade · Chris Kaman · Kirk Hinrich · T. J. Ford · Michael Sweetney · Jarvis Hayes · Mickaël Piétrus · Nick Collison · Marcus Banks · Luke Ridnour · Reece Gaines · Troy Bell · Žarko Čabarkapa · David West · Aleksandar Pavlović · Dahntay Jones · Boris Diaw · Zoran Planinić · Travis Outlaw · Brian Cook · Carlos Delfino · Ndudi Ebi · Kendrick Perkins · Leandro Barbosa · Josh Howard Second round Maciej Lampe · Jason Kapono · Luke Walton · Jerome Beasley · Sofoklis Schortsanitis · Szymon Szewczyk · Mario Austin · Travis Hansen · Steve Blake · Slavko Vraneš · Derrick Zimmerman · Willie Green · Zaza Pachulia · Keith Bogans · Malick Badiane · Matt Bonner · Sani Bečirovič · Mo Williams · James Lang · James Jones · Paccelis Morlende · Kyle Korver · Remon van de Hare · Tommy Smith · Nedžad Sinanović · Rick Rickert · Brandon Hunter · Xue Yuyang · Andreas Glyniadakis v · d · eOklahoma City Thunder current roster 0 Westbrook | 2 Sefolosha | 3 Robinson | 4 Collison | 5 Perkins | 6 Maynor | 7 Ivey | 8 Mohammed | 9 Ibaka | 13 Harden | 14 Cook | 23 Mullens | 35 Durant | 45 Aldrich Head coach: Brooks | Assistant coaches: Bryant | Cheeks | Kalamian | Keefe Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Nick Collison Persondata Name Collison, Nick Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 26, 1980 Place of birth Orange City, Iowa Date of death Place of death