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    Kevin Bell
    Kevin Bell

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Los Angeles, Calif.

    High School:
    Fairfax HS

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 165

    Position:
    G

    Major:
    Africana Studies

    02/23/2008

    1983 NIT champs Honored during Bracketbuster

    MBK bracketbuster

    12/16/2007

    No. 21 Arizona 69, Fresno State 50

    No. 21 Arizona 69, Fresno State 50

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    2006-07: Started in all 32 games averaging 9.6 ppg and 5.6 apg ... led the team with 178 total assists and led the WAC in assists for the second straight year ... tied for first on the team with 43 steals ... picked up his 300th career assist and career-high (13) versus Cal Poly 12/23/06 ... set a season and career-high nine steals in a game against Hawai'i 2/1/07 ... had his 100th career-steal in a game against Nevada 2/8/07 ... set a career-high with 25 points on 8 of 12 shooting while also adding seven assists against Utah State 3/3/07 ... added 17 points, 11 assists while grabbing a double-double in a game in which he hit the winning shot with 0.6 seconds left against Boise State 3/01/07 ... had 10 assists in a game at New Mexico State 2/24/07 ... set a second career-high with 20 points in a game versus Boise State 3/8/07 ... went 6-for-6 from the free-throw line while also scoring 16 points in a game at Louisiana Tech 2/22/07.

    2005-06: Picked up his 200th career assist versus San Jose State in the first meeting of the year ... in the second meeting, had a perfect and career-high 9-for-9 from the free throw line ... posted ninth career double figure game versus Boise State ... set career-high mark in 3-point and 3-point attempts versus New Mexico State (3-5) ... recorded first career double-double against San Francisco with 11 points and 10 assists ... had career-high five field goals at Louisiana Tech ... collected his second career double digit assist game versus San Francisco ... set career-mark in 3-pointers (3) versus New Mexico State ... set a career-best 11 assists at Buffalo ... had a career-night against Oregon State in the home opener with personal bests in points (15) and rebounds (8) ... in season opener posted a double figure game after tallying a then career-high 10 points against Cal Poly ... had career-high 48 minutes against Utah State ... had nine double figure games this season ... in his 29th career game against CS Northridge, collected his 100th career assist and now has 234 in career (4.5 apg) ... averaged 6.5 assists per game at home this season ... nationally-ranked all 17 weeks for assists and finished the season ranked No. 16 (5.9 apg) ... in the final overall WAC stats, ranked No. 1 in assists per game (5.89) and assist/turnover ratio (2.54), No. 2 in minutes played (36.04) and No. 5 in steals (1.64) ... in the final WAC games, only, stats ranked No. 1 in assists (5.63) and assist/turnover ratio (2.57) and No. 8 in steals (1.31) ... received the team's Top Assist Man award ... played and started all 28 games.

    2004-05: Played in 24 games, starting 17 ... missing the first six games of the year, started the next 17 games before coming off the bench in his final three appearances ... averaged 2.6 points and 2.9 assists per game ... averaged 18.8 minutes a game while splitting time at guard ... season highs include seven points against Louisiana Tech, nine assists versus Rice and 28 minutes played against Tulsa ... had nearly a 2-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio (69-35) ... in WAC play overall, finished 14th in assists per game (2.88) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.97) ... In league games, only, played in all 18 games, started 16 ... finished fifth in assist-to-turnover ratio (54-26, 2.08) and 15th in assists per game (3.00).

    Fairfax High School: Lettered in basketball at Fairfax High School ... was a two-time all-state and all-city ... three-time All Western-league pick ... averaged 15.8 points and 11.3 assists per game.

    Personal: Born June 5, 1984 ... parents are Kevin and Patrice Bell ... has one brother, Aaron ... enjoys listening to music and relaxing ... favorite athlete is Michael Jordan ... admires Baron Davis the most ... chose Fresno State because of its fans ... recruited by Providence, Northwestern, UCLA, Utah, among others.

    Fresno State Career Statistics

    Year	GP-GS	Min	FG-A	PCT	3FG-A	PCT	FT-A	PCT	REB	AVG	PF-FO	A	TO 	BLK	ST	TP	AVG
    2004-05	24-17	18.8	24-58	.414	2-12	.167	12-27	.444	42	1.8	40-0	69	35	1	23	62	2.6
    2005-06	28-28	36.0	75-200	.375	18-69	.261	44-74	.595	89	3.2	63-1	165	65	5	46	212	7.6
    2006-07	32-32	33.9	104-264  	.394	32-97	.330	66-104	.635	93	2.9	57-0	178	83	3	43	306	9.6
    Total	84-77	30.8	203-522	.388	52-178	.292	122-205	.595	224	2.6	160-1	412	183	9	112	580	6.9
    

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