Round 1: #8 Denham Brown vs. #9 Rashad Anderson

Denham Brown vs. Rashad Anderson

#8 Denham Brown – (2002-2006)
by Meghan Bard

A four-year player on the UConn squad, Denham Brown was a member of the 2004 National Championship team. He scored 1267 points and pulled down 530 rebounds. In high school, Brown once scored 111 points in a single game. Brown had a reputation as a player the team could count on down the stretch. Most notably, during the 2005 Maui Invitational Tournaments championship game, Brown hit a last second shot to beat Gonzaga.

Career Points: 1267

Career Rebounds: 530

Career Assists: 175

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Career Steals: 94

Career Blocks: 27

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1000 point club

Member of 2004 National Championship Team

  #9 Rashad Anderson – (2002-2006)
by Tyler Wilkinson

Rashad “Slash” Anderson loved to shoot. He earned a reputation as the “sparkplug” off the bench early in his UConn career, where he would enter the game ice cold and immediately start raining threes. As a sophomore, Anderson played a key role in the Huskies’ 2004 National Championship run, being named to the Final Four All-Tournament Team. His 21 three-pointers are a UConn single-tournament record.Anderson is UConn’s all-time leader in made three-pointers and three-point attempts. He is a member of UConn’s 1,000 point club, finishing his career at 1,432.

Career Points: 1432

Career Rebounds: 333

Career Assists: 105

Career Steals: 76

Career Blocks: 34

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UConn leader in made 3-pointers (and attempts)

1000 point club

Member of 2004 National Championship Team


A-Z Tourney: Round 1 -- N vs. T

  • Team N (88%, 142 Votes)
  • Team T (12%, 20 Votes)

Total Voters: 142

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Tyler Wilkinson

Owner & Editor-in-Chief of ADimeBack.com — founded in 2012 to provide additional useless insight on UConn sports.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Wow, guess people only remember Denham for missing that 3 at the buzzer in OT against Mason in 06′. I choose to remember him for that rim hanging reverse layup that extended the 06′ season 5 more minutes. However, I did vote for Anderson. All around he had a bigger impact during the 04′ title run.

    • Think Rashad’s popularity is carrying him through. Statistically, and historically, they’re very similar. I’m surprised Rashad is dominating so much.

  2. And of course, the best entry in police blotter history. Jumping out at people in the Scream get up with a fake knife on Halloween. That was maybe the most hilarious story ever.

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