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Kay Felder
Kay  Felder

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Detroit, Mich.

High School:
Pershing

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 176

Position:
Point Guard

Twitter:
@2kayzero


08/08/2016

FELDER SIGNS CONTRACT WITH CLEVELAND CAVALIERS

The Horizon League Player of the Year was selected 54th overall in this year’s NBA Draft

06/24/2016

FELDER SELECTED 54TH OVERALL IN 2016 NBA DRAFT, TRADED TO CLEVELAND CAVALIERS

Kay Felder is the second NBA draft pick in program history

04/30/2016

FELDER RECEIVES INVITE TO NBA DRAFT COMBINE

The junior point guard declared for the draft and will compete in the combine May 11-15.

04/19/2016

OAKLAND INSIDER BY TERRY FOSTER

#BGAs

04/08/2016

OAKLAND INSIDER BY TERRY FOSTER

Felder decides to forgo final season and enter name into NBA Draft.

06/16/2016

Men's Basketball Highlights

05/16/2016

2015-16 Season

03/29/2016

Oakland 104, ETSU 81 Highlights

Oakland 104, ETSU 81 Highlights

03/04/2016

Greg Kampe Post-Season Presser

02/22/2016

Men's Basketball vs Detroit Hype

03/07/2016

Oakland vs. Wright State (Motor City Madness Semifinals)

The men's basketball team faced Wright State in the semifinals of Motor City Madness at Joe Louis Arena

02/26/2016

Oakland vs. Detroit (GOLD OUT)

Oakland men's basketball took on Detroit during a GOLD out on Senior day

02/21/2016

OAKLAND AT UIC

Golden Grizzlies get road win over Flames

02/13/2016

Oakland vs. Green Bay

The men's basketball team took on Green Bay on the Blacktop at the O'rena

02/11/2016

Oakland vs. Milwaukee

The men's basketball team faced Milwaukee on the Blacktop in the O'rena

2013-14 VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Game-by-Game Stats | Career Stats

OVERVIEW: Associated Press, Sporting News and NABC All-American Third Team selection ... Finalist for John R. Wooden and Bob Cousy awards ... Led country with 9.3 assists and ranked fourth in scoring at 24.4 ... Grabbed national headlines after scoring 37 points vs. then-No. 1 Michigan State (See Media Tweets) ... Recorded Oakland's only two triple-doubles ... Finished No. 4 in Michigan Mr. Basketball race with 1,251 voting points ... Versatile player that really improved his jump shot from his freshman to sophomore season ... Cousin is former NBA and Michigan State standout Steve Smith ... Majoring in communication.

2015-16 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Associated Press All-American Third Team selection
▪ Sporting News and NABC All-American Third Team honoree
▪ Named Horizon League Player of the Year and All-Horizon League first team
▪ Selected as finalist for John R. Wooden Award and the Bob Cousy Award
▪ Named to NABC All-District first team for second year in a row
▪ Selected to USBWA All-District Team
▪ Led the nation with 9.3 assists per game including 19 games with double-digit assists
▪ Ranked fourth in the country at 24.4 points per game
▪ Scored 20 or more points in 30 of 35 games, including five games with 30-plus points
▪ Collected 15 games of at least 20 points and 10 assists
▪ Against Power-5 opponents, averaged 32.0 points, 6.5 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game
▪ Recorded second-career triple-double with 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in semifinals of Vegas 16, only the program's second triple-double
▪ Set career-high scoring 38 points with 14 field goals at Washington (12/19)
▪ Recorded career-best 16 assists in regular season finals vs. Detroit (2/26)
▪ Finished with 37 points and nine assists against then-No. 1 Michigan State (12/22)
▪ Scored 30 points against Virginia who finished the season as the second-ranked scoring defense in the country
▪ Broke the Horizon League career and single-season assists records
▪ Set Horizon League record for most HL Player of the Week honors in a single-season with seven
▪ Named to Wooden Award Late and Midseason List, ESPN's Dick Vitale's Mid-Season All-Rolls Royce Team, NBCSports.com's Midseason All-American Third Team and Sports Illustrated's Midseason mid-Major Player of the Year
▪ Ranks ninth on Oakland's all-time scoring list and third on the all-time assists list

2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Lou Henson Award Finalist (given to the mid-major player of the year)
▪ Mid-Major All-American

▪ All-Horizon League First Team

Two-time Horizon League Player of the Week (1/5, 2/2)
▪ Only player in the country to average at least 17.0 points and 7.0 assists per game
▪ No. 2 in the NCAA with 7.6 assists per game
▪ Played 12 entire games and finished third with 38.5 minutes played per game 
▪ Lead the league with 8 20-point games in HL play
▪ Recorded 7 or more assists in 21 of 33 games
▪ Tallied 6 double-doubles this season
▪ Poured in a career-high 37 points vs. Eastern Illinois (3/17) in opening round of CIT, adding 11 assists
▪ Broke single-game league and school records with 24 FT attempts, and his 19 made FTs ranks No. 2 in league and school history vs. Valpo (1/2)

2013-14 HIGHLIGHTS
Horizon League Freshman of the Year
Member of the League All-Freshman Team
Named Freshman of the Week a league-best 7 times
Finished No. 7 in the NCAA with 6.4 assists per game
Posted the program's first-ever triple-double vs. Detroit (2/14) with 15 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds
▪ Only player in the league to record points-assists double-doubles (3)
▪ Had a league-best 6 double-figure assist games
▪ Reached double figures in 18 games
▪ Dished out a career-best 12 assists in both regular-season games vs. Youngstown State (1/31, 3/1)
▪ Scored a career-high 25 points vs. Milwaukee (1/8)
▪ Posted 7 or more assists in 16 games

HIGH SCHOOL
▪ Named PSL MVP
▪ Garnered all-state, all-area and all-city accolades
▪ Led team to an undefeated regular season and PSL title
▪ Won three city championships (2009, '11, '12)
▪ Played in the Michigan All-Star Game
▪ Two-time captain
Detroit Free Press Dream Team

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
▪ Named Detroit Public School's (PSL) Learner of the Year in 2013
▪ Graduated with a 3.6 GPA from High School
▪ National Honor Roll and Dean's List

TOP ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENT
▪ Posted Oakland's first-ever triple-double in program history vs. Detroit (2/14/14) with 15 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds ... Had a triple-double in high school as well.

PERSONAL
Full Name:
Kahlil Ameer Felder, Jr.
Parents: Kahlil Felder, Sr. and Tiffany Williams
▪ Father played college basketball at Eastern Michigan (1990-92) and ranks inside the single-season record book with 129 assists in 1991-92.
Siblings: Deleylia Thomas, Michael Dickerson, Armenee Felder
▪ Cousin Darrius Williams plays college basketball at Morehouse College (Division II) where he led the Maroon Tigers in scoring with 18.1 ppg last season

Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland
1. Education
2. Teammates
3. Campus

CAREER BESTS
POINTS
» 38 at Washington (12/19/15)
REBOUNDS
» 10 (2 times), last vs. ETSU (3/29/16)
ASSISTS
» 16 vs. Detroit (2/26/16)
FIELD GOALS
» 14 at Washington (12/19/15)
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS
» 28 vs. Valparaiso (1/8/16)
3-PT. FIELD GOALS
» 6 vs. Abilene Christian (11/28/15)
3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS
» 12 vs. Western Carolina (11/24/14)
FREE THROWS
» 19 (2 times), last at Green Bay (1/23/16)
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTS
» 24 vs. Valparaiso (1/2/15)
STEALS
» 8 vs. Chicago State (12/28/15)
BLOCKS
» 2 (2x), last vs. UIC (1/10/16)
MINUTES
» 50 (2OT) vs. WCU (11/24/14)
MISCELLANEOUS
» Double-Figure Scoring: 84
» Double-Doubles: 28
» 7 or more assists in a game: 64

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