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SEASON, ht/wt, class g gs ptpg pt mpg fgm fga fgpct ftm fta ftpct r rpg a apg s b pf 3fgm 3fga 3fgpct
00-01, 6'10, 220, Fr. 34 1 3.6 122 8.6 51 88 58% 20 33 60.6% 73 2.1 16 0.5 10 18 44 0 0 0%
01-02, 6'10, 220, So. 36 26 11.9 430 24.1 172 342 50.3% 86 147 58.5% 257 7.1 53 1.5 28 53 97 0 2 0%

CAREER:    g gs ptpg pt mpg fgm fga fgpct ftm fta ftpct r rpg a apg s b pf 3fgm 3fga 3fgpct
  70 27 7.9 552 16.6 223 430 51.9% 106 180 58.9% 330 4.7 69 1.0 38 71 141 0 2 0.0%
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Chris Wilcox Biography
Chris Wilcox came to Maryland as a freshman in 2000-2001 with a tremendous combination of size, strength and athletic ability, but also somewhat raw. Unlike others with his talent, Wilcox did not display a big ego or make any demands about playing time or number of shots.

Chris was primarily a back up in a crowded front court on the 2001 final four team, but did start and contributed 13 points in the infamous Valentine Day loss to Florida State. In his sophomore year, Wilcox began the year off the bench, but replaced Tahj Holden in the starting line up early in the year. Throughout the 2001-2002 Wilcox seemed to played his best in the big games. His first big game was in the Terp victory over number 2 ranked Illinois when Chris added 19 points. In the Terps thrashing of number 1 ranked Duke on Feb 17th, Wilcox manhandled Mike Dunleavy for 23 points and 11 rebounds. It was at that point, that it became apparent that Wilcox was going to be a high selection the NBA draft and that he was unlikely to return for his junior season.

Wilcox continued his strong play in the NCAA tournament where he scored in double figures in the last five games including badly outplaying All American Drew Gooden in the final four. Wilcox blocked a number of Gooden's shots and held him without a field goal for the first 30 minutes of the game. Not surprisingly Wilcox declared for the NBA draft shortly after the national championship and was selected in the NBA lottery by the Los Angeles Clippers. After struggling his first year, Chris was much improved his second year in the NBA. When discussing Wilcox, many Terp fans wonder what might have been had he stayed for more than two years, but with so many high schoolers going directly to the NBA, Maryland was fortunate that Wilcox stuck around long enough to contribute towards the championship team.
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