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Kenny Brunner

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Name  Kenny Brunner
Events  Streetball
Turned pro  2000
Weight  84 kg
Sport  Basketball
Height  1.80 m
Nationality  American
Role  Basketball player

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Born  December 8, 1978 (age 37) (1978-12-08) United States
Education  Manuel Dominguez High School
Residence  Compton, California, United States
College team  Georgetown University

Nickname(s)  Bad Santa; The Bad One

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

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Former professional teams

  • San Diego Wildfire (2000–01)
  • Euro Nokia Roseto (2000)
  • Asheville Altitude (2002)
  • Ca'eros Gilded Navolato (2003–04)
  • Fastlink (2004)
  • Ca'eros de Navolato (2004–05)
  • SoCal Legends (2005–06)
  • BG Karlsruhe (2006)
  • Maywood Buzz (2007)
  • Buffalo Silverbacks (2007)
  • Sacramento Heatwave (2008–09)
  • Las Vegas Pro-Am (2009)
  • Awards and achievements

  • 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

    Kenny Brunner Wikipedia