Kenny Brunner

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Kenny Brunner
Personal information
Nickname(s) Bad Santa;
The Bad One
Nationality American
Born (1978-12-08) December 8, 1978 (age 35)
United States
Residence Compton, California
Height 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m)
Weight 185 pounds (84 kg)
Sport
Sport Basketball
Event(s) Streetball
College team Georgetown University (1997–98)
Fresno State University (1998–99)
Santa Monica College (1998–99)
College of Southern Idaho (1999–2000)
Salem International University (2000–01)
Team AND1 Mixtape Tour (2007–present)
Turned pro 2000

Kenny Brunner (born December 8, 1978), better known by his nickname "Bad Santa",[1] is an American professional basketball player.[2] He is 5'11", 185-pound guard and hails from Compton, California.[2] He attended Dominguez High School.[2]

Former professional teams[edit]

Awards and achievements[edit]

  • 2009 Las Vegas PRO-AM Champions (Spice1)
  • 2008 Eurobasket Summer League Champions (Sevilla)
  • 2007 Southern California NBA Summer Pro League Champions and All-League Selection (Play2Win Delta Jammers)
  • 2006 Southern California NBA Summer Pro League Champions and All-League Selection (Delta Jammers-Play2Win)
  • 2006 ABA Western Conference All-Star Team (SoCal Legends)
  • 2005 Southern California NBA Summer Pro League Champions - MVP (Play2Win-Delta Jammers)
  • 2005 Mexican CIBACOPA All-Star game (Cañeros de Navolato)
  • 2004 NBA Southern California SPL All-Star team
  • 2002 Drafted by NBDL Asheville Altitude (14th round 3rd pick)
  • 2000 NJCAA National Tournament
  • 2000 Region XVIII tournament finalists (Southern Idaho)
  • 2000 Second Team Scenic West Conference All-Region (Southern Idaho)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BAD SANTA: Kenny Brunner". AND1. Retrieved 11 October 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Kenny Brunner". NBA Development League. Retrieved 11 October 2010.