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Kamau Stokes

Basketball Player, America

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Basketball Player, America

Born on September 26, 1995, Kamau Stokes is an American professional basketball player. He was born to Rod and LaTanya Stokes and has two younger siblings, Kaya and Kherpa. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology in May 2019.

High School

He helped his Baltimore-based City College High School to a perfect 27-0 win record. With the head coach Daryl Wade, as a high school senior in 2013-14, his team reached the Class 3A state title. He had an outstanding career in high school and helped his team to win 2 Catholic League championships. In addition, Stoke helped Dunbar High School set a record in the Class 1A state championships. He also received the Second Time All-Metro honors from the Baltimore Sun. As a freshman and sophomore, he played for the John Carroll High School and won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association in 2012.

Prep school

After his graduation, Kamau Stokes attended Fork Union Academy in Fork Union, VA. He starred at the 2014 National Prep Showcase in New Haven under the coaching of Matt Donohue.

As a junior (2017-2018)

In his junior year, Kamau Stokes played for 39 minutes against Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament, which was the highest in the season. In that season, he was among the top 5 players in 11 categories, including 2nd in assists, 3rd in 3-point field goals, and 4th in scoring. Stokes became a member of the Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational All-Tournament Team after an outstanding performance against Arizona and George Washington. He ranked 3rd in his team for making field goals and made 7 points against Arizona, the highest in his career. In addition, Stokes led the assists for his team in 15 games and scored 9 points against the state of Missouri, which was the highest in the season.

As a senior (2018-19)

Kamau Stokes was awarded the All-Big 12 honorable mention by the league coaches twice in his senior year. Kamau Stokes placed 2nd in his team and played for more than 30 minutes in 22 games. He played back-to-back games for 39 minutes against Iowa at the Philips 66 Big 12 Championship. He is categorized among the Big 12 leaders in 7 categories, assists, steals, 3-point field goal percentage, and others. He scored 18 points while playing against UC Irvine in the NCAA Tournament, which is also considered the highest of all time. Kamau Stokes scored more than 100 assists for his team for the third season in a row, which was the highest of all time. Stoke ranked 3rd in his team after making 42 steals and scoring 4 steals against the state of Georgia, which was the highest in the season.

Career Highlights

Here are some of the career highlights of Kamau Stokes:

  • Kamau Stokes was a member of a senior class that made an overall record of 88-51. They also reached the 3 NCAA tournaments and won a part in the Big 12 regular-season title. The Tie was the 6th-most by a class in the history of any school.

  • After defeating George Mason by 20 points, Stokes became the 30th player in the history of schools to score 1000 points in their career. He is the 17th player to score the most points of all time.

  • He scored in double figures in 70 games in his career and 21 in his senior seasons.

  • He ranks among the top 10 in 6 segments like assists, 3-point field goals, attempts, steals, starts and minutes.

  • He is one of the only 4 players who have 200 or more 3-point field goals in their career.

  • Kamau Stokes is one of the 3 players who has made more than 400 assists throughout school history. He has made a total of 415 assists and ranks 8th in the school history, and ranks 9th in assists in each game.

Other than the highlights, Kamau Stokes has earned the following honors in his career:

  • In the year 2019, he received the All-Big 12 Honorable Mention.

  • In 2017, he received the Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational All-Tournament Team.

  • He was honored as Rolando Blackman Most Valuable Player in 2019.

  • In 2018 and 2019, he received the 1st Battalion, 7th Field Artillery "Never Broken" award.

  • He received the Bob Boozer Team Courage Award in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019.

  • He was also the winner of the Dean Harris Team Newcomer in 2016.

  • He was awarded the Big Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2015, 2016, and 2017.

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Personal Information
BornBaltimore, Maryland
Birthplace4 August 1999 (age 22) Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India
Nationality United States
Listed height 6-0 (183cm)
Listed weight 170 (77kg)
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Career Information
High school City College
Prev School Fork Union Military Academy
Drafted Undrafted
Pre-Draft Team Kansas State (Sr)
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