|No. 24 – Atenienses de Manatí|
|Position||Shooting guard / Small forward|
November 23, 1985 |
|Listed height||6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)|
|Listed weight||226 lb (103 kg)|
(North Las Vegas, Nevada)
Hargrave Military Academy
San Diego State (2005–2009)
|NBA draft||2009 / Undrafted|
|2009||Kavala B.C. (Greece)|
|2010||Rayos de Hermosillo (Mexico)|
|2010||San Mig Coffee Mixers (Philippines)|
|2010||Soles de Mexicali (Mexico)|
|2011||Hapoel Lev HaSharon (Israel)|
|2011||Rayos de Hermosillo (Mexico)|
|2011–2012||Abejas de Guanajuato (Mexico)|
|2013||Juventud Sionista (Argentina)|
|2013||Toros de Aragua (Venezuela)|
|2015–present||Atenienses de Manatí (Puerto Rico)|
Lorrenzo Wade (born November 23, 1985) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Atenienses de Manatí of the Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN). He is former collegiate basketball player for the Louisville Cardinals and San Diego State Aztecs basketball teams.
High school career
Lorrenzo Wade went to high school at Cheyenne High School, North Las Vegas, Nevada. There he averaged 14 points and 4 rebounds in 2001-02 and had a 30-5 record and was a state runner-up. In 2003 he was in the first-team all-state, all-region and all-division selection. Wade was named co-MVP of the 2003 state tournament where he averaged 21.5 points in six postseason games helping Cheyenne to its first-ever state title. He scored 20 points and had 22 rebounds in the state title game after recording 22 points and 14 rebounds in the semifinals. In 2002-03 they had compiled a record of 31-1. Wade played his prep season of high school basketball at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia and averaged 14.3 points. He led his team to a 25-1 1 record and won the prep national championship.
Wade was part of a Louisville team that went to the Final Four, as Wade appeared in 31 games, averaging 3.9 points per game in 10 mins per outing. Wade's best game of the season came against Tennessee State when Wade scored a then-career-high 14 points on Jan. 2, 2005, on 5-of-8 shooting.
Wade started 24 of 33 games in his first season with the Aztecs, and his 10.5 points and 5.3 rebounds per game garnered him an Honorable mention to the all-Mountain West Conference team. In a loss to Syracuse in the second round of the NIT, Wade scored 16 points and notched eight rebounds in an 80-64 loss.
Wade enjoyed his best season to date, averaging 14.8 points (lead team) and 3.6 (lead team) assists per game, as he was named to the first-team all-Mountain West Conference team. Wade's best game of the season included a career-high 28 points against BYU on February 23, 2008.