Steve Logan

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Steve Logan
Personal information
Born (1980-03-20) March 20, 1980 (age 38)
Cleveland, Ohio
Nationality American
Listed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Listed weight 195 lb (88 kg)
Career information
High school St. Edward (Lakewood, Ohio)
College Cincinnati (1998–2002)
NBA draft 2002 / Round: 2 / Pick: 30th overall
Selected by the Golden State Warriors
Playing career 2002–2007
Position Point guard
Career history
2004–2005 Texas Tycoons
2005–2006 Mersin BB
2006 Kolossos Rodou
2006 Benfica
2006 Znicz Jarosław
2007 Hapoel Galil Elyon
Career highlights and awards

Steve Deontay Logan (born March 20, 1980) is an American former professional basketball player. He played with the University of Cincinnati Bearcats. He became a star point guard in his collegiate career, and was named a first team All-American his senior year along with future NBA players Jay Williams, Juan Dixon, Drew Gooden, and Dan Dickau.

Amateur career

He attended St. Edward High School in Lakewood, Ohio. He starred alongside Sam Clancy Jr., leading St. Edward to the 1998 Ohio High School Athletic Association State "big school" basketball championship during their senior year. Logan won the Gatorade player of the year award in his senior year, and graduated in 1998.

He attended the University of Cincinnati becoming one of the best players in the country in his junior and senior years. In his senior season, he averaged 22.0 points per game, 12th best in the country. He is Cincinnati's third all-time leading scorer with 1,985 points (behind Oscar Robertson and Sean Kilpatrick[1]) and second in assists with 456. He was named First Team All-America by the Associated Press and First Team All-Conference USA.[2] In July 2009, Cincinnati announced that Logan would be inducted into the UC Athletics Hall of Fame in February 2010.[3]

Pro career

Despite strong performances in his senior year, Logan slipped to the second round of the 2002 NBA Draft, where he was drafted by the Golden State Warriors with the first pick of the second round (30th overall). As a result of being a second-round selection, the Warriors refused to offer him a guaranteed contract, while Logan and his agent argued that he should have been offered a guaranteed contract since he was in fact the 29th player taken in the draft (the Minnesota Timberwolves had to forfeit their first-round pick). After a bitter contract dispute with the Warriors, Logan did not sign a contract. His draft rights were later traded to the Dallas Mavericks. In 2006, he played in Poland (Znicz Jarosław), and the next year in Israel. As of 2015, Logan remains one of the few first-team All-Americans who has never been on an NBA roster and has yet to appear in an NBA game.[4]

In a May 2011 interview, Logan stated he had not played competitively for two to three years due to surgery to repair a meniscus tear.[5]

As of 2015, Logan coaches the Logan Elites.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Cincinnati Enquirer -".
  2. ^ " Steve Logan".
  3. ^ "Wineberg, Logan, Kean, and Jackson to be Inducted as Class of 2010 into James P. Kelly, Sr. UC Athletics Hall of Fame - University of Cincinnati". University of Cincinnati.
  4. ^ "Where Are They Now: Steve Logan". UPROXX. 2009-09-01. Retrieved 2017-07-26.
  5. ^ Dehner, Paul (May 13, 2011). "Catching up with Steve Logan". Archived from the original on February 22, 2014. Retrieved June 2, 2018.

External links

  • Player Profile
  • 2002 Draft Profile
  • Cincinnati's Steve Logan Wins Prestigious Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award
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