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  Earl Watson
Earl Watson

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Kansas City, KS

High School:
Washington HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195

Position:
Guard

UCLA -

UCLA's leader, Watson enters his fourth year in the Bruin program as a senior tri-captain with Rico Hines and Ryan Bailey...Entering his fourth season of starting, Watson has started every UCLA game the last three years (97)...At UCLA's annual banquet last March, Watson shared the John R. Wooden Award as the Bruins' Most Valuable Player with teammates Jason Kapono and Jerome Moiso...Last season as a junior tri-captain, he tied the single-season school record for most starts (33, Watson also tied it as a true freshman) and averaged a team-high 34.7 minutes, 5.9 assists and 1.8 steals...Vs. Maryland in the 2000 NCAA Midwest second round, Watson set the school record with 16 assists, the best single-game effort in last year's NCAA Tournament...Suffered a left eye injury (four stitches) vs. Maryland, had to undergo laser surgery and still started UCLA's "Sweet 16" contest vs. Iowa State, his 97th career start...Looking to become only the second player in UCLA history to get over 600 assists and 200 steals (Tyus Edney, 652 assists, 224 steals, 1992-95)...Ranks No. 8 on UCLA's career assist list (441) and No. 5 on the steal chart (173, he needs 52 steals to overtake school-leader Edney)...As a sophomore starter in 1998-99, he led UCLA in minutes played (34.0) and free throw shooting (70.3) and was second in scoring (13.3), assists (4.5) and steals (1.6)...As a freshman starter in 1997-98, Watson was named to the All-Pac-10 Freshman team...In 1997-98, he again tied the school record for most starts (33), the only true freshman in school history to accomplish this feat...Joined Baron Davis as only the second set of true freshmen (1997-98) to start at the UCLA guard positions (joining Rod Foster and Bruin assistant coach Michael Holton who helped lead UCLA to the 1980 NCAA Championship game)...Watson was the first to commit to the 1997-98 Bruin freshman class (rated No. 2 in the nation) , signing his Letter of Intent in November 1996...In 1965-66, another guard from Kansas City, KS, enrolled at UCLA from Wyandotte HS...His name was Lucius Allen and he went on to start on two (1967 and '68) Bruin NCAA championship teams.

2000 -

A tri-captain with fellow junior Rico Hines and senior Sean Farnham...One of two Bruins (with Jason Kapono) to start all 33 games, tying the school record he had tied as a freshman...UCLA's iron man, Watson has started every UCLA game (97) during his three-year career (Mitchell Butler, 1990-93 holds the school record for most games, 130 and Don MacLean, 1989-92 has the school mark for most starts, 127)...Ranks No. 8 on UCLA's career assist list with 441, having passed Gerald Madkins (404) against Washington...Set the school assist single-game record vs. Maryland in the NCAA Tournament with 16, the best single-game effort in the 2000 Tournament...His 12 assists vs. Ball State in the NCAA tied for the fourth-best single-game Tourney effort... Ranks No. 5 on the career steals list with 173...Ranks No. 6 on the career three-point field goal list with 95 and No. 5 on the three-point field goal attempts list with 282...Led the Bruins in scoring six times (Iona, 18; Colorado State, 15; South Florida, 20; Oregon, h, season-high 22; Oregon State, 19, h; Maryland, 17) and in rebounding twice (eight vs. Gonzaga and a career-high 10 against Oregon, h)...Scored in double figures 20 times and has done it 50 times in his career...Including ties, Watson led the Bruins in assists in 27 of 33 games and in steals on 14 occasions SHe passed for six or more assists 17 times...In his 33 games, Watson averaged 34.7 minutes (first on the team), 11.4 points (third on the team among players with at least 10 games), 3.9 rebounds and a team-high 5.9 assists and 1.8 steals, while shooting 45.1 from the field, 36.0 (41-114) from three-point range and 64.9 (61-94) from the foul line...His 195 assists rank eighth on UCLA's single-season list while his 60 steals rank ninth...In Pac-10 play, he averaged 35.3 minutes, 12.2 points, 4.3 rebounds and 5.3 assists while shooting 46.8 from the floor...In his final 13 games, Watson averaged 12.8 points (167), 3.5 rebounds (45), 6.9 assists (90) and just 2.6 turnovers (34) while shooting 52.3 (58-111) from the floor, 44.9 (22-49) from the three-point arc and 71.4 (25-35) from the line and shot at least 50.0 from the floor in nine of 13 games...In the final Pac-10 stats, Watson ranked second in assists (5.91) and seventh in steals (1.82)...His season-highs were - a career-high 45 minutes at Stanford; 22 points vs. USC, h and Oregon,h; a career-high 10 rebounds vs. Oregon,h; a career-high and UCLA record 16 assists vs. Maryland; a career-high two blocked shots three times, last vs. Washington State,h; four steals, four times, last vs. Maryland...His preseason honors included - Athlon second-team All-Pac-10; Basketball News' No. 20 point guard in the U. S., first-team All-Pac-10; Lindy's second-team All-Pac-10; Street & Smith's All-Pac-10 team; The Sporting News' No. 18 point guard in the U.S., second-team All-Pac-10; Vitale's No. 17 point guard in the U.S., first-team All-Pac-10; One of 25 players considered for selection to the Wooden Award preseason All-America team.

NCAA Tournament Highlights - In three games, Watson averaged 9.7 points, 11.0 assists, 2.7 steals and 1.7 rebounds in 32.0 minutes while shooting 57.9 from the floor and 50.0 fron three-point range...On March 16 in the NCAA first round game against Ball State, he played 37 minutes and contributed 12 assists, four points, three rebounds and a season high-tying four steals...He enjoyed the game of his life in the NCAA second round victory over Maryland...Starting for the 96th consecutive time, he set a school record with 16 assists, added a season high-tying four steals and did not have a turnover...He led the Bruins with 17 points, making six of seven shots from the floor and five (career-best) of six from three-point range...He made four straight three-pointers in the first 3:18 of the second half and scored 14 of UCLA's first 16 points to extend the 16-point halftime lead to 30...His final lob assist set a Midwest region record...In the Sweet 16 against Iowa State, hampered by a left eye that required four stitches after the Maryland contest and underwent laser surgery three days before the game, Watson started for the 97th consecutive time and contributed eight points, five assists, two rebounds and one blocked shot in 33 minutes before fouling out.

Regular-Season Highlights (first game-to-last game) - In the Pearl Harbor Classic, Watson was named to the All-Tournament team...He averaged 13.7 points, 6.3 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals while shooting .536 from the field, .667 from three-point range and .778 from the free throw line...In the third-place game against South Florida, he scored 20 points (7-10, 3-5, 3-4) and added seven assists, four rebounds and three steals in a then-career-high tying 44 minutes...He nailed a three-point field goal to give the Bruins a lead with 22 seconds remaining in regulation and another three-pointer with 3:18 left in overtime to give UCLA the lead for good...In the Pearl Harbor opener vs. Maine, he passed for 10 assists...In the win over Pepperdine on Dec. 28, Watson scored 11 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had three assists...Against Purdue two nights later, he was limited to just 21 minutes because of foul trouble (he fouled out of both games) and finished with four points, three rebounds and two steals...On Jan. 6 at Washington, Watson played 36 minutes and finished with nine points, four assists and three rebounds...In the win at Washington State on Jan. 8, he played 31 minutes and contributed eight points, six assists, five rebounds and a career-high tying two blocked shots...On Jan. 12 at USC, Watson played 39 minutes and contributed 18 points, including four three-point field goals, six assists, five rebounds, one steal and one block...In the Jan. 15 win at North Carolina, he helped key the defensive effort and contributed 11 points (3-14, 2-5, 3-4), six assists, two steals and one rebound in 38 minutes...During the North Carolina game, Watson, while trying to keep the basketball from going out of bounds accidently bumped into a young girl in the stands ...After the game, he gave his jersey to the young girl ...On Jan. 20 against Arizona, h, he played 35 minutes and contributed 12 points (6-14, 0-6, 0-0), seven rebounds, five assists, two steals and one block...On Jan 22, he started and played 33 minutes vs. Arizona State, h...Concentrating on distributing the ball and playing defense, Watson took just one shot (it was a follow of a teammate's miss) and finished with three points, five assists, three rebounds and one steal...On Jan. 27 at Oregon State, he played 39 minutes and contributed 15 points (4-9, 0-5, 7-13), nine rebounds, three assists and one steal and his usual outstanding defense...On Jan. 29 at Oregon, he started and played all 40 minutes, finishing with six points, five assists, four rebounds and three steals...On Feb. 3 against Stanford, h, Watson played 36 minutes and had 11 points, six assists, three rebounds and a one block...On Feb. 5 against California, h, he played 32 minutes and contributed 10 points (4-9, 1-2, 1-1), six assists, three rebounds and three steals...On Feb. 9 versus USC, h, he started at the wing and scored a then-season-high 22 points (8-12, 1-3, 5-6) in 37 minutes...He added seven assists, two rebounds, one steal and no turnovers...On Feb. 13 at Syracuse, he played 37 minutes and contributed 11 points (5-9, 1-3, 0-0), eight assists, five rebounds and two steals...On Feb. 17 at Arizona State, Watson played 22 minutes and finished with 12 points (5-6, 0-1, 2-2) and one steal before fouling out...On Feb. 19 at Arizona, he played 31 minutes before fouling out and contributed eight points, five assists and three rebounds...On Feb. 24 against Oregon, h, Watson had one of the best games in his career...Starting for the 89th straight game, he played 39 minutes and led the Bruins with a season-high tying 22 points (5-10, 2-3, 10-14), a career-high 10 rebounds and five assists and added two steals...On Feb. 26 against Oregon State, h, Watson again led the team with 19 points (6-10, 2-5, 5-7) and added four rebounds, two steals and one assist in 38 minutes...On the Oregon weekend in Pauley, he averaged 20.5 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals while making 11 of 20 shots from the field (55.0), four of eight three-pointers (50.0) and 15 of 21 free throws (71.4)...He was selected Pac-10 Player of the Week for his efforts...On March 2 at California, Watson played 40 minutes and contributed 12 points, four rebounds, a game-high eight assists, two steals and blocks (career-high tying) and just three turnovers...In the March 4 overtime win over No. 1 Stanford at Maples Pavilion, he started for the 92nd consecutive time and played a career-high 45 minutes...Watson contributed 15 points (6-10, 3-6, 0-0), a then-career-high 13 assists and five rebounds while running the team's offense to perfection...Watson's 13 assists vs. Stanford were the most by a Bruin since Tyus Edney recorded 13 against Florida State in the 1991-92 pre-season NIT third-place game...The last time a Bruin had as many in a Pac-10 game was on Feb. 16, 1989, when Pooh Richardson recorded 14 vs. Arizona State...On March 9 vs. Washington State, h, Watson started his 93rd straight game, played 37 minutes and contributed seven points, four assists, three rebounds, three steals and a career high-tying two blocked shots...On March 11 against Washington, h, he started for the 94th straight time and played just 25 minutes, finishing with 10 points (4-10, 2-4, 0-0), six assists, four rebounds and one steal.

1999 -

The sophomore guard enjoyed a solid season and earned second-team NABC All-Dist. 15 and honorable mention All-Pac-10...For the second consecutive year, he was the only Bruin to start every game (31)...Watson led the team at 34.0 minutes a game, was UCLA's second-leading scorer (13.3), fourth-leading rebounder (3.7) and was second in assists (4.6) and steals (1.6)...He shot 43.5 from the field, 32.0 (33-103) from three-point range and 70.3 (90-128) from the foul line, best among players with at least one attempt per game...In the final Pac-10 stats, he was 16th in scoring (13.3) and sixth in assists (4.58)...In Pac-10 stats for league games only, he finished 20th in scoring (13.4) and 10th in assists (4.06)...Watson also played outstanding defense throughout the season, locking down some of the best offensive players in the nation...On the offensive end, Watson scored in double figures in 25 of 31 games, most on the team...In his final four games, he averaged 16.5 points (66) and 4.8 rebounds (19) while shooting 45.1 (23-51) from the field, 33.3 (4-12) from three-point range and 84.2 (16-19) from the free throw line...He also averaged 4.6 assists (74) in his last 16 games...Watson led the Bruins in scoring seven times, including two of the last four games, and in assists in 17 of 31 games...His season-highs included-44 minutes vs. Arizona State,h; a career-high 24 points at Washington; nine rebounds at Arizona State; eight assists vs. USC,a; five steals vs. Kentucky and a career-high two blocked shots vs. Detroit...At UCLA's annual banquet, Watson received two honors - the Irv Pohlmeyer Memorial Award for outstanding defensive player (second consecutive season) and the Bob 'Ace' Calkins Memorial Award as the best free throw shooter (70.3) on the team...Entered the season as an Athlon second-team All-Pac-10 preseason selection.

NCAA Tournament Highlights - In the NCAA contest vs. Detroit, Watson started his 64th straight game and played a team-high 39 minutes, contributing nine points, a game-high seven assists, six rebounds, a career-high tying two blocks and one steal.

Regular Season Highlights (last game-to-first game) - In the regular-season finale at Arizona, Watson started and played all 40 minutes, contributing 18 points (7-17, 2-4, 2-2), two rebounds, one assist and one block... In the victory at Arizona State, he started and played 39 minutes, contributing a team-high 21 points (6-12, 1-3, 8-8), at-the-time the second-highest total of his career, then a career high-tying nine rebounds, five assists and one steal...In the win over Washington, h, Watson started his 61st straight game but played just 27 minutes, leaving with 10:29 remaining after suffering a bruise to his left knee (he still led the team with 18 points (6-13, 0-1, 6-7), his highest total since scoring a career-high at Washington on Jan. 31, and added two rebounds...In the victory over Washington State, h, he started and played 26 minutes, finishing with 13 points, six assists, four rebounds and two steals...In the win over Syracuse, Watson started his 59th straight game and played 38 minutes, contributing 11 points, a season-best eight assists and two reboundsS In the victory over USC, h, he started and played 23 minutes, finishing with seven points, four rebounds, three steals and two assists...At California, he started his 57th straight game and played 36 minutes, finishing with six points, three assists, three rebounds and one steal...At Stanford, Watson started and played 38 minutes, contributing 11 points, four assists and three rebounds...In the win over Oregon State, h, he started and played 39 minutes, finishing with 17 points (6-12, 2-5, 3-4), seven assists, four rebounds, four steals and one block...In the victory over Oregon, h, he started and played 34 minutes, contributing 16 points (6-12, 2-5, 2-2), four assists, three rebounds and two steals... At Washington, he started and played 39 minutes, while scoring a career-high 24 points (10-19, 2-7, 2-3), with three assists, one rebound and one steal... In the victory at Washington State, Watson started and played 27 minutes and contributed seven points, four assists, three steals, two rebounds and one block...In the win at Louisville, he started and played 33 minutes, with 18 points (8-13, 1-1, 1-1, a career high at the time) and added six assists, three rebounds, three steals and one block... At USC, he started and played 27 minutes, finishing with seven points, a season-high eight assists, three rebounds and one block...Against Stanford, h, he started and played 33 minutes, finishing with 10 points, seven assists, four rebounds and three steals, in addition to a fine defensive effort against Arthur Lee...During the game vs. Stanford, Watson also suffered a cut between the middle and ring fingers of his right hand which required stitches to close...In the win over California, h, he started and played 32 minutes, with 17 points (7-11, 1-1, 2-2), five assists and two rebounds, while hounding Geno Carlisle on the defensive end...In the win at Oregon, Watson started and played all 40 minutes, finishing with 10 points, two rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block...At Oregon State, he started and played 35 minutes, contributing a team high-tying 15 points (5-17, 1-5, 4-5), six rebounds, three assists and one steal...In the overtime win against Arizona State, Watson started and played a then career-high 44 minutes, finishing with 12 points (he scored the clinching basket with 19 seconds left to play), a team-high six assists, five rebounds, three steals and one block...Against Arizona, h, he played 34 minutes and finished with 13 points, three rebounds, assists and steals and one block... Vs. Loyola Marymount, Watson started and played 36 minutes with 14 points, five rebounds and assists and four steals...Vs. American U., he started and played 34 minutes (the most of any Bruin), with 10 points, two rebounds and five assists...Vs. CS Northridge, Watson played 24 minutes, with 15 points (4-6, 2-3, 5-7) and four rebounds and assists...Vs. UNLV he played 37 minutes, with a team-high 15 points (5-11, 4-7, 1-3), three rebounds, six assists and two steals (vs. the Runnin' Rebels, with UCLA trailing 61-52 with 7:26 left to play, Watson scored seven straight points--a three-pointer, one of three free throws and another three-pointer) to make it 61-59 with 6:05 left in the game)...Vs. Oklahoma State in The Wooden Classic, he led the Bruins in scoring (14 points) and added five rebounds, six assists and one steal in 37 minutes...Vs. Delaware State Watson played 25 minutes, with six points, two rebounds, six assists and four steals...He started all three games at The Puerto Rico Shootout and scored in double figures all three contests... In San Juan, Watson played 39 minutes vs. Kentucky with 14 points, five assists and a season-best five steals and one blocked shot...He scored 17 points (5-14, 1-4, 6-8) vs. Maryland...Vs. San Francisco, Watson suffered a cut right elbow (diving on the floor after a loose ball), missed about the final three minutes of the game and needed 11 stitches to close the wound...Still finished with 11 points, three rebounds and two assists... He was the only non-freshman starter vs. Santa Clara...Against the Broncos, Watson played a team-high 35 minutes and scored 15 points (5-14, 1-4, 4-5), with eight rebounds and a team-high five assists.

1998 -

Watson, who was selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team, was the only Bruin to start all 33 games (tying a UCLA single-season record)... He was the team's No. 5 scorer (5.8) and rebounder (3.7) and was second in steals (1.9), third in assists (3.2) and fourth in minutes (32.0), while shooting 39.2 from the field, 32.3 from the three-point line and 60.6 from the foul line...Watson's 64 steals tied for No. 4 on UCLA's season list (with Ed O'Bannon in 1995 and Reggie Miller in 1987)... His season-highs included 15 points vs. USC,h; nine rebounds vs. New Mexico; 11 assists vs. Washington,h; seven steals vs. Northern Arizona; a career-high two blocked shots vs. Arizona State,a and New Mexico and 40 minutes vs. Oregon,h and UNLV...In the final Pac-10 statistics for all games, Watson was sixth in steals (1.9)...At the Bruins' annual season-ending banquet, he was awarded the Irv Pohlmeyer Memorial Trophy for Outstanding Defensive Player.

NCAA Tournament Highlights - In the NCAA Tournament, he averaged 6.0 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.0 assists...In the 'Sweet 16' loss to NCAA Champion Kentucky, Watson played 34 minutes and finished with six points, two assists, two steals and two rebounds...In UCLA's second round win over Michigan, he played 34 minutes and scored 10 points (his highest total since the USC game on Jan. 21), adding four rebounds, two assists and two steals...In the Bruin win over Miami (FL), Watson played 35 minutes and scored two points, with two rebounds, two assists and one steal.

Regular Season Highlights (last game-to-first game) - In UCLA's loss to Arizona in Pauley, he played 34 minutes and contributed eight points, eight rebounds and one assist...In the Bruin win over Arizona State, h, Watson played 22 minutes and chipped in six points, two assists, one rebound and one steal...In the loss at Washington, he played 32 minutes and contributed six points, three assists and two rebounds....In the win at Washington State, he suffered a concussion early in the second half and played just 21 minutes, finishing with seven points, two assists, two steals and one rebound...In the loss at Duke, Watson played 27 minutes and finished with two points, one rebound and one assist...In the overtime win at USC, he played 39 minutes and had two points, five rebounds, two steals and one assist...In the UCLA win over California in Pauley, Watson played 33 minutes and contributed six points, six assists, five rebounds and three steals SIn UCLA's home loss to Stanford, he played 36 minutes and finished with four points, four rebounds, four steals and one assist...In the win at Oregon State, he played 32 minutes and led the team with seven assists and added four points, three rebounds and two steals...In UCLA's loss at Oregon, he played 33 minutes and finished with four points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal...In the Bruins' victory over Washington in Pauley, Watson played 33 minutes and passed for a then-career-high 11 assists to go with eight points and three rebounds...In the win vs. Washington State in Pauley, he played 24 minutes and contributed five points, two rebounds and two steals ...In UCLA's win over Louisville, Watson played 36 minutes and had four points, four assists, three rebounds, two steals and one block... In the UCLA victory over USC in Pauley, he played 31 minutes and contributed a season-high 15 points (6-8, 1-3, 2-3), five assists, three rebounds and two steals....In UCLA's loss at Stanford, Watson played 28 minutes with no points, three rebounds and one block...In the win at California, he played 25 minutes and finished with two points, two rebounds and two assists...In the win over Oregon in Pauley, his pass to Baron Davis led to the winning basket with 25 seconds remaining, giving the Bruins a 68-66 victory... Against the Ducks, Watson played a season-high tying 40 minutes and had four points, a team-high five rebounds, one steal and one assist...In the win over Oregon State in Pauley, he played 25 minutes and scored 12 points (3-5, 2-4, 4-4; second-highest total of the season), adding four rebounds, three assists, three steals and one block...In 36 minutes at Arizona State, he contributed three points, three rebounds, two assists, a career-high two blocked shots and one steal...In 34 minutes at Arizona, he had six points, six assists, four rebounds and one steal...In 31 minutes vs. Illinois, Watson had seven points, six rebounds, five assists, one steal and four turnovers...In a season-high 40 minutes at UNLV, he scored 10 points, with four rebounds, four assists, three steals and only one turnover... Played 37 minutes vs. Boise State, with two points, six rebounds, four assists, one blocked shot and two steals...In 38 minutes vs. Saint Louis, Watson added eight points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals...Vs. Northern Arizona, in 35 minutes, he had six points, eight rebounds, two assists and a then-career-high seven steals...Against CS Fullerton, Watson played 31 minutes, with 11 points, three-rebounds, 10 assists (his first career double-double) and five steals...Vs. New Mexico in The Wooden Classic, Watson played 36 minutes and had a then-career and team-high nine rebounds, five steals and a career-best two blocked shots, with six points...Started all three games at The Alaska Shootout and joined Baron Davis as the first set of true freshman starting guards in UCLA history since 1979-80.

High School -

As a senior at Washington High School in 1997, Watson averaged 23 points, 14 rebounds and 8.3 assists a game...Led the Wildcats to their first Kansas City, KS league title since 1975...In a key win over rival Schlagle High School, Watson had 23 points, 19 rebounds and seven assists...Earned Kansas City Kansan Player or the Year, Kansas City Star first-team All-Metro and second-team AP All-State at the conclusion of his senior season...Excelled at several camps during the summer of 1996, and he earned All-Tournament at the Las Vegas Invitational...As a junior, averaging 23.1 points, 10.1 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 3.4 steals a game, he earned Kansas City Star honorable mention All-Metro.

Personal -

Full name: Earl Joseph Watson...Right-handed...Born June 12, 1979 in Kansas City, KS...Parents: Earl and Estella Watson...Four brothers and one sister...Admires Phoenix Sun Jason Kidd...Selected UCLA over Iowa State...History major, with academic interests in mathematics, business and law.

VARSITY STATISTICS

Cumulative
YearG-GSFG-APct.FT-APct.RAvgTpAvgAAvg
1999-0033-33137-304.45161-94.6491293.937611.41955.9
1998-9931-31144-331.43590-128.7031163.741113.31424.6
1997-9833-3365-166.39240-66.6061223.71915.81043.2
Totals97-97346-801.432191-288.6633673.897810.14414.5
(Three-point shots-1999-00: 41-114, .360; 1998-99: 33-103, .320; 1997-98: 21-65, .323; Totals: 95-282, .337)

NCAA Tournament

YearG-GSFG-APct.FT-APct.RAvgTPAvgAAvg
1999-003-311-19.5790-3.00051.7299.73311.0
1998-991-14-9.4440-2.00066.099.077.0
1997-983-35-18.2786-11.54582.7186.062.0
Totals7-720-46.4356-16.375192.7568.0466.6
(Three-point shots-1999-00: 7-14, .500; 1998-99: 1-4, .250; 1997-98: 2-10, .200; Totals: 10-28, .357)

Watson's 1999-00 Game-By-Game

3-Pt.
OpponentFG-AFG-AFT-ARPFTPAToBStMin
Fairfield*3-120-44-84210821438
Iona * 6-82-24-53118741328
Morgan State* 3-42-20-0028410222
Gonzaga*3-151-62-2849470240
DePaul*1-91-52-4245610433
Maine*2-80-02-24261020135
Colorado State* 6-101-12-34315220240
South Florida* 7-103-53-44320760344
Pepperdine*5-111-30-19511340139
Purdue*2-40-10-0354240121
Washington*4-81-30-0329441136
Washington State* 3-60-22-2518642031
USC*6-154-72-45418641139
North Carolina* 3-142-53-41211620238
Arizona*6-140-60-07412541235
Arizona State* 1-10-01-2333531133
Oregon State* 4-90-57-139215320139
Oregon*3-130-30-2436530340
Stanford*5-130-31-23311640136
California*4-91-21-13110650332
USC*8-121-35-62422700137
Syracuse*5-91-30-05211840237
Arizona State* 5-60-12-20512040122
Arizona*3-62-30-0358510031
Oregon * 5-102-310-1410122520239
Oregon State* 6-102-55-74219120238
California*5-81-31-14412832240
Stanford*6-103-60-052151340040
Washington State* 2-111-42-2317422337
Washington*4-102-40-04210630125
Ball State* 2-50-30-33141261437
Maryland*6-75-60-002171601426
Iowa State* 3-72-50-0258531033?
*Starter

Watson's 1998-99 Game-By-Game

3-Pt.
OpponentFG-AFG-AFT-ARPFTPAToBStMin
Santa Clara* 5-141-44-58315550035
San Francisco* 5-91-30-133112100029
Maryland*5-141-46-87317470134
Kentucky*4-101-45-64014511539
Delaware State* 3-80-40-0246640425
Oklahoma State* 6-90-22-45414630137
UNLV*5-114-71-33215660237
CS Northridge* 4-62-35-74215440024
American Univ.* 2-91-35-62310560034
Loyola Marymount* 6-131-21-15314530436
Arizona*4-101-44-43413331334
Arizona State* 4-130-34-45212661344
Oregon State* 5-171-54-56415350135
Oregon*3-80-24-62010211140
California*7-111-12-22417540032
Stanford*5-100-20-34310720333
USC*2-81-32-2357841027
Louisville*8-131-11-13418691333
Washington State* 2-61-32-4247411327
Washington*10-192-72-31424370139
Oregon*6-122-52-23416420234
Oregon State* 6-122-53-44117731439
Stanford*3-72-33-43411430038
California*2-80-22-4356340136
USC*2-71-32-8447210323
Syracuse*4-91-32-32211840038
Washington State* 3-71-36-94313640226
Washington*6-130-16-72318030027
Arizona State* 6-121-38-89321530139
Arizona*7-172-42-22218131040
Detroit Mercy* 4-91-40-2649762139
* Starter

Watson's 1997-98 Game-By-Game*

3-Pt.
OpponentFG-AFG-AFT-ARPFTPAToBStMin
North Carolina 2-81-40-0525130136
Alaska Anchorage 3-61-12-2419610324
Alabama-Birmingh0-20-11-2031110126
New Mexico 1-71-23-4936222536
Cal State Fullerton 4-62-21-232111070531
Northern Arizona 3-50-10-1826220735
Saint Louis 3-40-02-4538330338
Boise State 1-50-00-0632441237
UNLV3-72-42-24410410340
Illinois3-70-01-1627540131
Arizona2-51-31-2426610134
Arizona State 0-20-13-4323212136
Oregon State 3-52-44-44212311325
Oregon1-40-12-4524110140
California1-40-10-0242220025
Stanford0-20-00-0340031028
USC6-81-32-33215540231
Louisville 2-60-30-0334491236
Washington St. 2-3120-2225001224
Washington3-72-40-03181100133
Oregon1-31-21-2244200133
Oregon St. 2-40-20-0334740232
Stanford1-50-22-2434110435
California2-60-22-2526610333
USC1-70-20-0522130239
Duke0-20-12-4112120027
Washington St. 2-22-21-4127220221
Washington3-50-10-0246320032
Arizona St. 2-51-11-2156250132
Arizona3-61-31-2848110034
Miami0-30-22-5212231135
Michigan4-72-40-24210211234
Kentucky1-80-44-4225281234
*Watson started all games (tying a single-season school record).

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