35 Facts About Acie Law


Acie Law IV was born on January 25,1985 and is an American former professional basketball player.


Acie Law became the first Aggie in any sport to have the honor.


Acie Law spent time with several National Basketball Association teams between 2007 and 2010.


Acie Law IV was born in Dallas to Acie and Dolores Law.


Acie Law is the great-nephew of Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks.


Acie Law was recruited by the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, University of Connecticut, University of Texas at Austin and Georgia Tech.


Acie Law's team lost the state championship game when the other team's point guard, Chris Ross of San Antonio John Jay High School, made a shot from half-court at the buzzer as time expired.


Acie Law's performance was enough to earn him all-state honors, as well as district Most Valuable Player.


Acie Law had the distinction of being the only junior to be named to The Dallas Morning News All-Area Team.


In those sixteen games, Acie Law averaged 16.6 points per game and 6.5 assists per game.


Acie Law averaged 7.5 points and 2.1 rebounds per game, and by the final ten games of the season Acie Law was averaging double-digit points.


Gillispie's intense coaching style was very different from that of Watkins, and after an initial two-week boot camp Acie Law seriously considered transferring to a different school.


Acie Law started in 30 games, earning a spot on the Big 12's All-Improved Team as well as honorable-mention All-Big 12 honors.


Acie Law scored in double figures in 20 games, including four games where he earned over twenty points.


Against Missouri, Acie Law scored 11 points and a then-career-high 14 assists, one shy of the school record.


Acie Law led the team in scoring, averaging 16.1 overall and 17.3 points in Big 12 play, with 3.4 rebounds and 4.0 assists.


On February 1,2007, Acie Law was named one of the seventeen finalists for the Bob Cousy Award, presented annually to the nation's top collegiate point guard.


Acie Law again proved his ability to make plays that matter in the Aggies' second game against Texas on February 28,2007.


Acie Law was the first Texas Aggie to be unanimously selected to the All-Big 12 first team, and was named to both the ESPN.


Acie Law was named Big 12 Player of the Year by the Dallas Morning News.


On June 28,2007, Acie Law was taken 11th overall in the 2007 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks.


Acie Law was the first college senior selected in that draft.


Acie Law got his first NBA start on November 6,2007, when the Hawks played the New Jersey Nets Although his college jersey read "Law IV" on the back, his NBA jersey just reads "Law," though he wears the number 4.


Acie Law missed ten games due to a right ankle sprain.


Acie Law ranked sixth in scoring and sixth in assists overall.


On June 25,2009, Acie Law was traded to the Golden State Warriors along with Speedy Claxton for Jamal Crawford.


On November 16,2009, Acie Law was traded to the Charlotte Bobcats along with Stephen Jackson in exchange for Raja Bell and Vladimir Radmanovic.


On February 18,2010, Acie Law was traded to the Chicago Bulls along with Ronald Murray in exchange for Tyrus Thomas.


Acie Law was released by the Grizzlies on December 4,2010, after appearing in 11 regular season games for Memphis.


On December 9,2010, Acie Law signed with the Golden State Warriors.


In July 2011, Acie Law signed a one-year contract with the Serbian team Partizan Belgrade of the ABA League.


In January 2012, Acie Law joined Olympiacos Piraeus of the Greek Basket League until the end of the season.


Acie Law played his last game in his professional career on December 29,2013, in a Greek League game against KAOD.


Acie Law was unable to make the shots, and Gillispie quickly decided not to intervene further.


Acie Law is the great nephew of late Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks.