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Stacey Thomas | 11
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Position:  F
Born: Aug 29, 1978
Height: 5-10 /  1,78
Weight: 154  lbs. /  69,9  kg.
College : Michigan '00
Career Highlights
  • Led the team in assists (101) and averaged 3.16 apg during her rookie campaign (2000)
  • Holds the Big Ten Conference career steals record with 372 swipes in her stay at Michigan
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    2002 :
    Averaged 4.5 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 2.1 apg, 1.31 spg and 19.4 mpg in 32 games with Portland...Started six games...Has appeared in all 96 career regular-season games...Scored a season-high 12 points vs. Washington on 6/28...Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds against Minnesota on 6/13...Had a season-high four steals at Utah on 6/25.

    2001: Played in all 32 games while averaging 1.8 ppg along with 1.3 asp and 2.2 rpg...shot .367 from the field and .429 from the free throw line...had season high of 8 points at Los Angeles on June 17...had season high of 3 steals against Minnesota on May 31 and at Houston on July 2...tied season high 4 assists against Sacramento on August 12...led team with 3 assists against Seattle on July 4... averaged 12.9 mpg...2000: Perhaps one of the best defensive rookies in the league, Thomas averaged 5.1 ppg and 3.9 rpg while also averaging 1.69 spg and 0.47 bpg…led the team in assists (101) and averaged 3.16 apg during her rookie campaign…also shot .356 from the floor and .595 from the free throw line…ranked second on the team in rebounds, first on the team in steals (54), second on the team in blocks (15), and third on the team in offensive rebounds (48)…ranked among the overall league leaders in numerous categories, including: assists (T11th), steals (16th), and blocks (39th)…ranked among the rookie leaders in scoring (16th), rebounding (T6th), assists (T1st), minutes played (3rd), blocks (10th), and steals (1st)…scored a career-high 14 points at Minnesota (7/23) and had a career-high eight rebounds on three occasions…set a franchise high with nine assists against Orlando (7/30) and set another franchise high with seven steals at Minnesota (7/23)…also had a franchise-high four blocks against Detroit (7/24)…led the team in assists in 15 contests and in rebounding six times.

    Played professionally in Stockholm, Sweden in 2000-01

    Averaged 13.5 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 1.9 apg, and 3.2 spg in her four years with the Wolverines…shot .437 from the floor and .582 from the free throw line…holds the Big Ten Conference career steals record with 372 swipes in her stay at Michigan…finished her career ranked fourth all-time in scoring at Michigan with 1,556 points and second all-time in rebounds with 851…holds the Michigan single-season record for steals (110, 1998-99) while also holding the No. 2 (102, 1999-2000), No. 3 (86, 1997-98), and No. 6 (71, 1996-97) positions…a two-time team MVP and was the team's Defensive Player of the Year as a Freshman…1999-00 (Senior): Averaged 14.5 ppg and 7.7 rpg while starting all 30 games for the Wolverines…was the first-ever player in school history to be selected to the District 6 Kodak All-America Team and was only the second person in school history to be selected to both the coach's and the media's All-Big Ten first team…named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year after leading the conference in steals with 3.4 spg, which also ranked No. 14 in the nation…her 372 career steals are 21st on the NCAA all-time list…first-ever Wolverine to post 1,500 points, 800 rebounds, and 200 steals…named to the Women's Basketball Journal Defensive All-America Team…led the team with 10 double-doubles and was third in the conference in that category…1998-99 (Junior): Averaged 14.9 ppg and 7.8 rpg while starting all 30 games for Michigan…shot .449 from the field and .621 from the free throw line…finished her junior season ranked seventh in the nation in steals (3.67 spg) while also leading the Big Ten in that category…named to the coach's and media's All-Big Ten second team…led Michigan in scoring (446), rebounding (235), steals (110), and blocks (28)…was selected as an alternate to the World University Games team…scored in double-figures in 26 of 30 games


  • Full name is Stacey Latrice Thomas
  • Earned her degree from Michigan in Business Administration
  • Lists the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls as her favorite professional basketball teams
  • Lists Michael Jordan, Isiah Thomas, and Theresa Edwards as her basketball role models
  • Favorite basketball moment was breaking the Big Ten steals record
  • Has one older brother, Scott
  • Parents are Charles and Norries
  • Hobbies are reading, bowling, playing cards, and listening to music
  • Favorite actors are Harrison Ford and Denzel Washington.

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