December 17, 1980 |
|Listed height||6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)|
|Listed weight||215 lb (98 kg)|
|High school||Murrieta Valley (Murrieta, California)|
|NBA draft||2003 / Undrafted|
|Position||Shooting guard / Small forward|
|2004||St. Louis Skyhawks|
|2006–2007||New Zealand Breakers|
|Career highlights and awards|
Brian Wethers was going to play for the Golden State Warriors or Los Angeles Lakers however his try-outs with the Golden State Warriors and the Lakers was cut short when he tore an achilles tendon.
He moved in 2004 to the Hunter Pirates in the Australian National Basketball League. Wethers was a standout for the Pirates during the 2004–2005 NBL season leading the league in scoring with 24.3 points a game and being named the NBL MVP. Wethers' strong play took the Pirates to the playoffs, after they had previously only won 2 matches the season before.
Post Basketball Career
Wethers is now the owner of Wethers' Elite Training. The company provides private training, camps, clinics, and travel team opportunities for boys and girls.
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