Nick Duncan
Nick  Duncan


Sydney, Australia

High School:
St. Augustine's College

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 265




Another Road Test Awaits Boise State

Boise State (20-4, 10-2) will look to capture another road win this Saturday when it takes on Utah State (13-12, 6-6) in Logan, Utah at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum


Boise State Nabs Road Win in Fresno

Boise State (14-3, 4-1) led wire to wire against Fresno State (12-6, 2-3), eventually holding on for the 70-64 win


Men's Hoops Hosts GCU Wednesday

Boise State (9-1) will take on Grand Canyon (7-2) Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at Taco Bell Arena


Rice Inks Five to NLIs

Riley Abercrombie, Jaycson Bereal, Pat Dembley, Mikey Frazier and Max Rice signed NLIs Wednesday


Three Land on NABC Honors Court

Nick Duncan, Matt Grooms and Zach Haney were honored for their work in the classroom


NCAA First Round Press Conference

Boise State Broncos Derrick Marks, Rob Heyer, Nick Duncan, and Head Coach Leon Rice at the NCAA First Round Press Conference in Dayton, Ohio.


Every Piece Plays a Role

Boise State men's basketball has all the pieces to build something great. The ones that don't get all the attention are just as important.


MW Quarterfinal vs SDSU

Boise State men's basketball took on San Diego State in the quarterfinals of the MW Championship


Boise State 67, Fresno State 74

Photos from Boise State vs. Fresno State on 2/28/17.


Boise State vs. San Jose State

Feb. 25, 2017


USATSI Gallery - Boise State @ Nevada

USATSI Gallery - Boise State @ Nevada


Boise State vs. Wyoming

Photos from Men's Basketball vs. Wyoming - Saturday 2/18/17

Duncan Game-by-Game (2013-14) Get Acrobat Reader

Duncan Game-by-Game (2014-15) Get Acrobat Reader

Duncan Game-by-Game 2015-16 Get Acrobat Reader

Duncan Career Statistics Get Acrobat Reader

SENIOR (2016-17): Started all 32 games...became 27th Bronco to eclipse 1,000 career points, finishing No. 14 all-time with 1,141 points...fourth Bronco to reach 250 career three-pointers...86 career wins rank No. 2 all-time...130 games played rank No. 2 all-time...14 games in double-figure scoring...one game with 20+ points...shot 10-for-21 from three-point range in three games at Charleston Classic, making at least three in each game...scored 12 points against Mississippi State (Nov. 18), despite missing 21 minutes of action after suffering facial laceration three minutes into the game and receiving eight stitches; returned to score all 12 of his points in the final 16 minutes...15 points and five rebounds against Western Michigan (Nov. 20)...made five three-pointers at No. 23 Oregon (Nov. 28)...five assists, four rebounds, a block and a steal to go with seven points at LMU (Dec. 5)...15 points and eight rebounds against Idaho State (Dec. 18)...18 points, five rebounds at Utah State (Dec. 28), including 8-of-10 free throws in final 2:13...nine points, six rebounds against Colorado State (Dec. 31)...12 points on 4-of-7 three-point shooting in win against San Diego State (Jan. 7)...nine points and six rebounds against Air Force (Feb. 11), including making his first three three-point attempts...19 points at Nevada (Feb. 22), including 5-of-6 from three-point range, added team-high seven rebounds...season-high 23 points at Air Force (March 4), including 5-of-7 three-point shooting and 6-of-6 free throws...15 points on 5-of-8 three-point shooting in MW Quarterfinal against San Diego State (March 9)...12 points on four three-pointers in NIT second round game at Illinois (March 20).

2016 COSTA RICA FOREIGN TOUR: Appeared in all four games, including two starts...averaged 10.0 points and 3.0 rebounds per game...shot 57.1 percent from three-point range (8-of-14)...scored in double figures each of first three games.

JUNIOR (2015-16):
Appeared in all 32 games, including 27 starts...scored in double figures 20 times...scored 20+ three times...one double-double...played 998 minutes, second most on team...played 38 minutes in season opener at Montana (Nov. 13)...scored 11 points, including three three-pointers in home opener against Northern Arizona (Nov. 16)...played 39 minutes and scored 21 points at No. 12 Arizona (Nov. 19)...hit five three-pointers against Wildcats, added four rebounds and three assists...scored in double figures all three games at Wooden Legacy, averaging 14.3 points and 5.0 rebounds per game...19 points in 37 minutes against No. 3 Michigan State (Nov. 27)...scored 16 points in win at Portland (Dec. 5)...played 38 minutes against UC Davis (Dec. 30), scoring 12 points to go with four assists....15 points on 6-of-10 shooting, including 3-of-5 from three-point, plus career-high four steals in win at Utah State (Jan. 5)...13 points, three rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks against Fresno State (Jan. 9)...11 points and five rebounds at Nevada (Jan. 13), including game-sealing three-pointer with 1:05 remaining...scored 24 points against San José State (Jan. 20), including 6-of-12 from three-point range...made six three-pointers in first half and had 20 points at intermission...career-high five assists at Wyoming (Jan. 23)...11 points, including three three-pointers, at UNLV (Jan. 27)...team-high 19 points against New Mexico (Jan. 30), including career-best 8-for-9 free throws...11 points and five rebounds (four offensive) against Wyoming (Feb. 13)...seven points, five rebounds (four offensive), two assists, one block, one steal against UNLV (Feb. 23)...first career double-double in win at San Diego State (Feb. 27), scored 12 points with 10 rebounds, including game-winning three-pointer with 22 seconds remaining...matched career high with five assists against Nevada (March 2) to go with eight points, including two triples...23 points in MW Championship Quarterfinal against Colorado State (March 10) on 9-of-11 shooting...23 points matches own school record for points in a MW Tournament game, .818 field goal percentage second-best in Boise State history at any conference tournament.

SOPHOMORE (2014-15): Appeared in 32 games, including 31 starts...2015 MW Championship All-Tournament Team...76 made three-pointers led team and ranked No. 8 all-time in school history for single season...led team in minutes per game (31.4)...scored 15 points on 5-of-9 three-point shooting in win at LMU (Nov. 15)...first time leading team in scoring (tied)...scored 15 points in double-overtime win against Montana (Nov. 18), with four three-pointers, also had career-high three blocks...scored 15 points against Idaho (Nov. 25), on career-high six field goals...made five two-point field goals against Vandals, first of season...played 36 minutes at North Carolina State (Nov. 28), made three three-pointers to lead second-half rally...missed game for first time in career against Abilene Christian (Dec. 20, ankle)...returned from injury against Loyola (Dec. 23)...came off bench for first time this season at Colorado State (Dec. 31), scored eight points with three rebounds...scored 11 points, against Utah State (Jan. 3) including 3-of-9 from three-point range...made three of last four attempts from beyond arc to break 1-for-26 slump...played 38 minutes against UNLV (Jan. 13) and scored 10 points to go with seven rebounds...was 2-for-4 from three-point range...played 35 minutes at Air Force (Jan. 24), posted career highs of 20 points, six made three-pointers (eight attempts) and three assists...six points, five rebounds and two assists against Colorado State (Jan. 27)...scored 17 points at Utah State (Feb. 3), including 5-for-10 shooting from three-point range...played 39 minutes against the Aggies, most in regulation game in career...scored 12 points and was perfect from the floor (4-for-4, 3-for-3 three-pointers) in 38 minutes against San Diego State (Feb. 8)...hit three triples on consecutive possessions in 60-second span of first half to give Broncos 17-4 lead...played 39 minutes at UNLV (Feb. 18) and hauled in season-high nine rebounds...career-high 26 points against New Mexico (Feb. 24) on career-high eight three-pointers...matched school record for threes in a conference game...hit four three-pointers en route to 14 points against Fresno State (March 7), helping Broncos claim regular-season title...team-high 23 points, including seven three-pointers, against Air Force in quarterfinal of MW Championship (March 12)...added 11 points and three rebounds in semifinal against Wyoming (March 13)...averaged 17 points per game and hit tournament-best 10 three-pointers on way to being named MW All-Tournament...first Bronco to receive the honor since joining the conference, 22nd all-tournament selection in school history regardless of conference...earned Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award...MW All-Academic.

FRESHMAN (2013-14): Appeared in all 34 games, including 10 starts...averaged 5.0 points and 2.6 rebounds in 17.1 minutes per game...shot 41 percent from three-point range, making 41-of-100 attempts...34 games played are second most by a Bronco freshman...second-best three-point percentage by a Bronco freshman and fourth-most three-pointers made...played 20 minutes in collegiate debut against UT Arlington (Nov. 8), hit a three-pointer on first-career field goal attempt...scored in double-figures for the first time with 14 against Simpson (Nov. 15), including 4-of-5 from three-point range...hit two triples against Utah (Dec. 3)...made three three-pointers in the first half against Fresno State (Jan. 4)...played 35 minutes against Utah State (Jan. 18), scored career-high 17 points, including five three-pointers and grabbed six rebounds against Aggies...scored 16 points on five three-pointers in first start, at New Mexico (Jan. 21)... scored 12 points, all in the first half, against UNLV (Feb. 22)...hauled in career-high 11 rebounds at Fresno State (Feb. 26)...2014 MW Scholar-Athlete Award...named Spring Academic All-MW...recorded 4.0 GPA during fall semester.

High School: Scholarship holder at the Australian Institute of Sport...represented Australia at the 2013 U19 World Championships and the 2012 U17 World Championships...helped Australia to silver medal at U17 championships as the team's leading rebounder at eight boards per game...member of New South Wales Metro on the national level...led NSW Metro to gold medals at the U18 National Championship in 2011 and 2012...guided NSW Metro to gold at 2010 U16 National Championship...in six games at the 2012 National Championship, averaged 16.5 points and 15.3 rebounds...scored 18 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in the championship game, including the game-winning free throw with three seconds left in a 56-55 victory...averaged nine points and 10.5 rebounds per game at 2011 National Championship...played club ball for Manly...attended St. Augustine's College for high school, starring for head coach Brad Dalton...led St. Augustine's to fifth place at 2012 Australian Schools Championship, averaging 25.5 points and 14.3 rebounds per game at the tournament...finished season with a 41-point, 23-rebound performance in fifth-place game.


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