Stanford Basketball All-Time Starting Five

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Stanford basketball has won 13 conference championships. Their last one was in 2004, Stanford had also won NCAA championship in 1942. As far as the NIT tournament goes, Stanford has won three championships in 1991, 2012, and 2015.

Center Brook Lopez

As a freshman Brook Lopez was named to the Pac-10 Freshman Team and was Pac-10 Honorable Mention. Lopez averaged 12.6 points and 6.0 rebounds per game as a freshman, the following season, Lopez took his game to the next level. He scored 19.3 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 2.1 blocks per game. Lopez helped led Stanford to the NCAA Tournament, where he hit a game-winning shot at the buzzer to beat Marquette 82-81 to advance to the sweet 16. In his sophomore season, Lopez made the Pac-10 First Team and was Third Team All-American.

Power Forward Adam Keefe

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In his time at Stanford, Adam Keefe was an excellent basketball player, he made the Pac-10 First-Team three times. Keefe led the conference in rebounding thee season, and as a senior, he averaged 25.3 points, 12.2 rebounds per game. When Keefe fins playing at Stanford, he was the fifth all-time leading scorer and fourth all-time in rebounding. In four-seasons, Keefe averaged 18.6 points per game on 60% shooting from the field.

Guard Todd Lichti

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When you think of Stanford Cardinal basketball, one of the first players you should think of is Todd Lichti. Litchi made four All Pac-10 First Teams, and when he left the school, he was the all-time leading scorer with 2,336 points. In four years as Cardinal, he averaged 18.8 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. As s junior and senior, Lichti averaged 20.1 points per game. In four years, he shot 53% from the field and 47% from three-point land.

Guard Chasson Randle

Chasson Randle is Stanford’s all-time leading score with 2,375 points scored. He is a two-time First Team All Pac-12 and won NIT Most Outstanding Player in 2015. As a freshman, he averaged 13.8 points per game and helped lead Stanford to the NIT Title in 2012. As a Junior, Randle was moved to the point guard position and excelled, scoring 18.8 points per game and led Stanford to the Sweet 16.

Point Guard Brevin Knight

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Brevin Knight had a successful college career at Stanford. He is Stanford’s all-time leader in Assists (780) and steals (298). Knight is also the third all-time leading score with 1,714 points. Knight was Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and made three All Pac-10 First Teams. In his time at Stanford, Knight averaged 14.9 points, 6.8 assists, and 2.6 steals per game.

 
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