Malcolm Lee joined Michael Roll as the only two players to start in all 32 games in 2009-10, averaging 34.8 minutes per contest ... he scored in all 32 games he played in, reaching double figures 21 times, including a career-high 29 points in 37 minutes in a loss at Notre Dame (Dec. 19) ... grabbed a rebound and recorded an assist in every game ... finished second on the team in scoring (12.1 ppg, ranked 16th in the Pac-10) and in steals (36, 1.1 spg) and third in assists (100, 3.1 apg, ranked 10th in the league) ... was second in minutes played per game (1,112 - 34.8 mpg) on the squad, which ranked 6th in the Pac-10 ... also ranked 9th in the league in Pac-10 games in minutes per game (632, 35.1 mpg) ... finished third on the team in offensive rebounds with 40 ... scored 20 points and added a career-high-tying eight rebounds to go with three steals and three assists in a win over New Mexico State (Dec. 15) ... tallied 15 points and eight rebounds in a loss at Arizona State (Mar. 6) and 13 points and eight rebounds in a loss at USC (Feb. 14) ... registered six points, six rebounds, a career-high seven assists, one block and one steal in the overtime victory at California (Jan. 6) ... had six points, two rebounds, five assists and a career-high four steals in the Pac-10 Tournament semifinal loss to California (Mar. 12) ... scored a Pac-10-high 18 points and added three rebounds and two assists in a home loss to Oregon (Feb. 27) ... received the Bruin Hoopsters J.D. Morgan Memorial Award (Outstanding Team Play) and the Irv Pohlmeyer Memorial Award (Outstanding Defensive Player) at the team's annual post-season banquet.
Lee played in 29 games, averaging 10.7 minutes per contest without making any starts ... he scored in 21 of the 29 games he played in, reaching double figures twice ... had at least one rebound in 21 of 29 games ... was one of nine Bruins that shot 50 percent or better from the field, connecting on 50.0 percent of his shots (38-for-76), which was sixth on the squad ... scored a season-high 16 points in a season-high 21 minutes of action in the home win over Wyoming (Dec. 23) ... had his best all-around game of 12 points, six rebounds, three assists and one steal in the season-opening home win over Prairie View A&M (Nov. 12) ... scored four points (a Pac-10 best) in the home loss to Washington State (Feb. 21) in a Pac-10 high 16 minutes ... also had his first two blocks of the season against the Cougars ... scored two points and registered a Pac-10 high five rebounds in the win at Stanford (Feb. 26) ... registered nine points and four rebounds while shooting 3-for-5 from the field, 1-for-1 from three-point range and 2-for-2 from the free-throw line in 12 minutes of action in the loss to USC in the Pac-10 Tournament semifinals (Mar. 13).
Lee was a four-year varsity basketball letterwinner at John W. North High School, starting in all 107 games played while scoring 1,760 points ... rated the No. 5 shooting guard and the No. 48 overall prospect in the Class of 2008 by Rivals.com ... listed as the No. 7 shooting guard and the No. 39 overall prospect in the Class of 2008 by Scout.com ... registered career highs of 37 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists ... selected as a 2008 McDonald's All-American, recording three points, two rebounds and one steal for the West team, which lost to the East, 107-102, on March 26 in Milwaukee, Wis. ... named to the 2008 Parade Magazine All-America fourth team and All-American honorable mention by Slam Magazine ... also named to the 2008 Long Beach Press-Telegram's Best in the West first team ... as a senior in 2007-08, averaged 23.6 ppg, 7.5 rpg, 3.4 apg, 2.6 spg and 1.0 bpg to help his team to a 20-9 record ... assisted J.W. North to a 19-9 record in 2006-07, starting in all 17 games played while averaging 18.2 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 2.2 apg, 3.0 spg and 2.0 bpg ... earned first-team All-League honors following his junior season ... as a sophomore in 2005-06, averaged 15.9 ppg and 5.0 rpg, helping lead J.W. North to a 12-11 record ... as a freshman in 2004-05, averaged 11.0 ppg and 3.0 rpg, as J.W. North registered a 14-13 record ... in AAU basketball, he competed for Tarheel Nation (1998-2004) and for Inland Reebok (2004-2008).
He was named to the 2008 USA Basketball Men's U18 National Team on July 8, 2008 ... one of the USA Basketball Junior Select Team's starting five at the 2008 Nike Hoop Summit; contributed two points and four rebounds to aid the 98-78 USA victory over the World Select Team ... was a member of the 2007 USA Basketball Men's Youth Development Festival Blue Team, which had a 2-3 record and captured a silver medal; started in one of four games played and averaged 16.5 ppg, 4.8 apg and 2.5 spg ... among 2007 Festival participants, ranked second in steals average, sixth in assists average, tied for sixth in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.3), ninth in 3-point field goals made (five), 11th in scoring average, 14th in 3-point percentage (.250), tied for 14th in blocked shots average and 20th in rebounding average.
Full name: Malcolm T. Lee ... he is right-handed ... born in Riverside, Calif., on May 22, 1990 ... his parents are Toshio and Delma Lee ... has an older sister, Shandrika Lee-Gerch (28), who played college basketball at Pepperdine and is in her first year as an assistant women's basketball coach at Army ... lists playing basketball in Italy and Argentina with USA Basketball as his biggest athletic thrill ... is majoring in sociology.