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Matt Barnes Bio

He was one of the most recently retired American basketball players who played marvelous basketball during his career and made a mark in the history of basketball in United States.

He was born on 9th of March in 1980 and grow on to become a real time professional of basketball. He seems to be born for the game of basketball as he grew with all of the necessary tools for basketball. The height, the weight and his swift nature made him a fabulous man of the court.

He played fantastic basketball from his teenage after exploring his potential for the basketball. He made good use of the potential that he has and brighten it further by polishing his skills under the supervision of some fabulous coaches.

He played better basketball at his school career and that become best during his collegiate career at University of California Los Angeles. He played basketball at his best during his stint at UCLA and make him prominent among his fellows of that era.

He played 121 career games during his stint at UCLA in all four seasons that he played there at an average of 8.8 PPG, 4.8 RPG and 2 assists per game in 22.6 MPG. He was the 43rd in school history to score more than 1,000 points.

His excellence make his teams qualify for NCCA during all four seasons that he played at UCLA. His average as a senior was unto 13 points per game. He played a total of 497 career games in which he scored at 7.2 points per game.

He also represented the Lakers in 2010-11 seasons where his average remained at 6.7 points per game with 4.3 rebounds per game and 1.3 assists per game. He is no doubt one of the best ones of his age and will always be remembered like an icon in the history of American basketball.


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