Brendan Winters, Date of Birth, Place of Birth

    

Brendan Winters

American basketball player

Date of Birth: 09-May-1983

Place of Birth: Denver, Colorado, United States

Profession: basketball player

Nationality: United States

Zodiac Sign: Taurus


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About Brendan Winters

  • Brendan Winters (born May 9, 1983) is an American former basketball player.
  • He is best known for his All-American college career at Davidson College.
  • He is also the son of former National Basketball Association (NBA) player and coach Brian Winters.Winters led Mullen High School in Denver, Colorado, to a 5A state championship in 2001.
  • After receiving no Division I college scholarship offers, he opted to attend a year of prep school at Worcester Academy.
  • He was recruited by coach Bob McKillop after his prep school year. At Davidson, Winters became a four-year starter and one of the top players in the Southern Conference (SoCon).
  • He averaged 12.4 points per game as a freshman in 2002–03, then raised his average to 17.8 as a sophomore.
  • In that sophomore season, Winters was named to the All-Southern Conference team.
  • Winters' junior season was a special one for both him and the Davidson Wildcats.
  • The team went a perfect 16–0 in the SoCon and Winters was named conference player of the year by both the conference media and coaches.
  • As a senior, Winters and Davidson were not able to replicate their perfect season of the year before, but they earned a bid to the 2006 NCAA Tournament by winning the SoCon Tournament, with Winters winning MVP honors.Following the end of his college career, Winters went undrafted in the 2006 NBA draft.
  • He went to France to play for Nantes of the LNB Pro B, averaging 15.4 points per game for the season.
  • He then spent the next three seasons in Germany with Bayer Giants Leverkusen, and was named a Bundesliga All-Star in 2010.
  • Winters split the 2010–11 season between Atomeromu SE in Hungary and Aris B.C.
  • in Greece.Following his professional basketball career, Winters returned to the United States to help found a youth basketball organization.

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