Adrian Branch

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Adrian Branch

Date of birth
Nov 17, 1963

Ht: 6'7"Wt: 185 lbs.

Hometown
Washington, DC

College
University of Maryland, College Park

High school
Dematha Catholic

Summary
Adrian Francis Branch (born November 17 1963, in Washington, D.C.) is a retired American professional basketball player. A 6'7" guard/forward out of DeMatha high school, Branch starred at the University of Maryland from 1981 to 1985. He was an All-ACC second team selection two times. In 1984, Branch lead the Terrapins to the 1984 ACC Championship. He finished his career at Maryland as their...
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Awards

NBA Champion
Los Angeles Lakers
1986-87

Western Conference Champion
Los Angeles Lakers
1986-87

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Gonzaga University and the McCarthey Athletic Center will be the site of "Kraziness in the Kennel" presented by the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, one of six venues showcasing their basketball talents for the upcoming season as part of a four-hour "ESPNU...
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Memphis Madness To Be A Part Of ESPNU's Coverage Oct. 15
Tiger Nation has already been pointing toward Memphis Madness on Oct. 15 at FedExForum. Now, Memphis fans have a reason to get amped up even more, as ESPN announced Friday that the Tigers' tip-off celebration for the 2010-11 season will be a part of ESPNU's...
University of Memphis Athletics Department, Sep 17, 2010
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