2013-14 | JUNIOR SEASON
Saw action in 17 games, logging 106 minutes as part of UO’s deep rotation of perimeter players ... Netted a season best nine points against Morgan State, going 2-of-4 from deep with three field goals ... Saw a season-high 17 minutes of game time in win over North Dakota, tallying three points with an assist ... Scored six points, going 2-of-2 from deep, against San Francisco in his season debut ... Tallied two steals and an assist, playing 10 minutes at USC on March 1 ... Scored eight points against UC Irvine, going 3-of-4 from the floor ... Played nine minutes against Washington State on Feb. 23, making his lone field goal attempt ... Played in three postseason games, logging playing time against Oregon State and UCLA in the Pac-12 Tournament and BYU in the NCAA Tournament.
An honorable mention all-American and an all-Region first team pick as a sophomore for North Idaho College in 2012-13, averaging 13.0 points and 2.7 rebounds per game ... Shot 45.4 percent from the field (132-291) and 38.5 percent from three-point range (52-135), as well as 81.1 percent at the free throw line (86-106) ... Played his freshman season (2011-12) at Monroe College in New Rochelle, N.Y., appearing in 31 of 37 games for the Mustangs, who finished fifth at that year’s NJCAA tournament ... averaged 2.6 points per game at Monroe.
Won a state championship at Anchorage’s West High School as a junior and was an all-state player at East High School as a senior ... averaged 14 points per game as a junior (2009-10) for coach Chuck White, the winningest basketball coach in Alaska history, in earning all-conference and all-region honors ... Netted 27 points per game for coach Fred Young as a senior (2010-11) in becoming an all-state second team selection.
Born Jalil A. Abdul-Bassit in Anchorage, Alaska … Father is Claude “Muff” Butler … Father also played basketball at North Idaho, where he was an all-American as a sophomore, and then went on to star at the University of New Orleans ... They are the first father-and-son Division I scholarship basketball players from the state of Alaska ... Older sister Jelila Abdul-Bassit played basketball at Maryland-Eastern Shore ... Major is undeclared.