Derek Raivio

Derek Raivio
Derek Raivio
No. 17   Fort Wayne Mad Ants
Guard
Personal information
Date of birth November 9, 1984 (1984-11-09) (age 27)
Nationality American
High school Mountain View (Washington)
Listed height 6 ft 2 34 in (1.90 m)
Listed weight 180 lb (82 kg)
Career information
College Gonzaga
Pro career 2007–present
Career history
TBB Trier (2007-2010)
Erie BayHawks (2010-11)
Fort Wayne Mad Ants (2011-present)
Stats at NBA.com

Derek Raivio (born November 9, 1984) is an American professional basketball player.

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College career

Raivio played for four seasons at Gonzaga University under coach Mark Few from 2003-2007. Prior to Gonzaga, Raivio played for Mountain View High School in Vancouver. Raivio set both season and career school records, scoring 1,568 points.[1]

At Gonzaga he was named co-West Coast Conference Player of the Year his senior season.[2] Raivio was named West Coast Conference Co-Player of the Year as a senior, sharing the honor with Sean Denison of Santa Clara. He finished his collegiate career as the second all-time career free throw shooting percentage leader in NCAA Division I history (.927). Gonzaga's 12th all-time leading scorer, second all-time in steals, Raivio is also fourth in assists and fourth in three-point field goals made.[3]

Pro career

In 2007, Raivio signed with the Basketball Bundesliga's TBB Trier. In 2010, he signed with the Erie Bayhawks of the NBA D-League. He has since been acquired by the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.

Personal

Among his teammates, Raivio was friends with skilled chef and idolized celebrity chef Bobby Flay. His brother Nik also plays in the NBA D-League for the New Mexico Thunderbirds and, like Derek, wears #17. His father Rick Raivio played basketball for the University of Portland - where Nik also played - and is a member of that school's Hall of Fame.[4]

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