Dillon Brooks

Team: Memphis Grizzlies

Position: SF

Height: 6'6" (1.98m)

Weight: 225lb (102kg)

Country: Canada

Attended: Oregon

Age: 27 years

Dob: January 22, 1996

Draft: 2017 R2 Pick 45

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Latest Stats

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Memphis Grizzlies on Apr 26, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 14.28
Rebounds: 3.43
Assists: 2.59
Three Pointers Made: 1.94
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 24.94
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 24.2

Memphis Grizzlies vs. Los Angeles Lakers on Apr 24, 2023 Stats (away)
Points: 14.72
Rebounds: 3.43
Assists: 2.62
Three Pointers Made: 2
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 25.52
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 24.79

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Memphis Grizzlies on Apr 19, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 14.15
Rebounds: 3.31
Assists: 2.53
Three Pointers Made: 1.93
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 24.55
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 23.82

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Memphis Grizzlies on Apr 16, 2023 Stats (home)
Points: 14.19
Rebounds: 3.31
Assists: 2.55
Three Pointers Made: 1.94
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 24.66
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 23.95

Dillon Brooks is an NBA basketball player for the Memphis Grizzlies. He was born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada on January 22, 1996 and attended high school at Findlay Prep in Nevada. After his senior year of high school he went to play college basketball for the Oregon Ducks where he earned All-Pac-12 honors during his sophomore season in 2016-2017 and led the team to a Final Four appearance in 2017.

His college career also featured being named Most Outstanding Player at the 2017 Pac-12 Tournament while averaging 14 points per game over three seasons with Oregon before declaring for the 2017 NBA draft as a junior that June. In that same month Brooks was selected by the Houston Rockets with 45th overall pick before having his rights traded to Memphis Grizzlies shortly after being drafted making him only one of two Canadian players taken in last years draft (the other being Thomas Welsh who was drafted 58th overall by Denver Nuggets).

In Memphis’s first preseason game Dillon scored 11 points off 5/11 shooting from floor which would be more than enough to prove himself worthy of rotation spot once regular season began. Once it did Dillon averaged 7 points 4 rebounds 1 assist per game playing 24 minutes nightly while starting 22 games throughout rookie campaign cementing his place among Grizzlies young core consisting mostly out of Mike Conley Jr., Marc Gasol, JaMychal Green and Tyreke Evans who all played part in helping Grizzlies reach playoffs yet again even though they were underdogs going into final stretch of regular season due to numerous injuries suffered throughout entire year most notably long term ones such as Chandler Parsons’ knee issue or Mike Conley Jr. Achilles tear which occurred late March causing him to miss rest of regular season keeping team without its leader on court until postseason started couple weeks ago when both returned action thus helping them secure playoff spot .

This past April 9th marked special moment for Canadians everywhere especially those north from Great Lakes region as Dillon became first Canadian since Andrew Wiggins back 2015 took field putting together great performance vs San Antonio Spurs scoring 15 points off 7/13 FGs 3 steals 2 assists leading way towards big W ending up 101:88 . Needless say this was very important milestone not only for Canadian ballers but whole nation rejoicing opportunity get such talented players represent them on international level something many believed impossible just few years back due emergence young stars like Anthony Bennett Tristan Thompson or Nik Staukas none whom have so far managed make lasting impact league full stop however seemingly everything changed when Dillon burst onto scene showing potential underrated prospect could become force reckoned within next couple years if development keeps progressing same level we can expect hear lot more about youngster future endeavors keep eye out whatever comes next!