Jonathan Rodney Brockman

Sport: Basketball
Position: power forward
Nationality: United States United States
Birth date: 1987-03-20 (27 years)
Nickname: Jon

Team history

Spacer Sacramento Kings 2006 - present

Jonathan Rodney Brockman is a professional basketball player playing at present for Sacramento Kings. Born in Snohomish in Washington, this 6 feet 7 inches athlete did his high school from Snohomish High School and college from Washington.

This starting power forward team captain for the University of Washington men ’s basketball team got his NBA draft in 2008 with a win over Morgan State. Later on, he became the all time leading rebounder in 2009 in Washington and won over Oregon breaking Doug Smart’s record of 1,051.

During his debut year, he played overall 32 games, with average points of 14.2, rebounds of 9.6 and steals of 24 in 28.8 minutes average. During this season, he won over five awards like the MVP at the annual men ’s basketball banquet. He was ranked third in field goal percentage with 55.0# and became the leader of Conference with 9.6 rebounds in each of the game. Moreover, Brockman is one of the nine players to receive Pac-10’s Complete Conference Honors.

With right to NBA field, he got drafted and selected in 38th of overall match in 2009 by the Portland Trail Blazers. Later on, his rights were traded to Sacramento Kings. During this period, he averaged to 5.4 points, 9.2 rebounds in Las Vegas Summer League.

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