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Bryant McIntosh was born on 20 November, 1994 in American.

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Age26 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Born20 November 1994
Birthday20 November

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After going undrafted in the 2018 NBA draft, McIntosh signed with the New Orleans Pelicans for the 2018 NBA Summer League. He signed with the Leuven Bears of the Belgian Pro Basketball League on September 8, 2018. In April 2019 McIntosh left the Leuven Bears.


As a junior, he served as a co-captain for the 2016–17 Northwestern Wildcats. That season, Northwestern set a school record for wins, and he set the school career assist record, surpassing Juice Thompson. He was recognized as a 2017 All-Big Ten team 2nd team selection by the coaches and the media. McIntosh was one of ten Big Ten players honored as All-District selections by the United States Basketball Writers Association. The 2016–17 Wildcats set a school record for wins and earned the school’s first NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament bid in school history. In the first round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament, McIntosh led Northwestern to a 68–66 victory over Vanderbilt with 25 points, including the game-winning free throws with 14.6 seconds remaining, for the schools first tournament win.


As a freshman for the 2014–15 Northwestern Wildcats, he was named to the 2015 All-Big Ten Freshman team. As a sophomore for the 2015–16 Northwestern Wildcats, he set the school single-season assist record (213), surpassing Tim Doyle’s total of 157 set 10 years earlier. He was recognized as a 2016 All-Big Ten team honorable selection by the coaches and the media.


McIntosh attended New Castle High School in Indiana as a freshman and Greensburg Community High School for his sophomore through senior seasons. In January 2013, he committed to play for Indiana State. McIntosh led Greensburg to the 2013 IHSAA 3A championship over Concordia Lutheran High School with 25 points, including a 3-point shot in the final 30 seconds of regulation of a 73–70 overtime win. He later decommitted and received offers from Dayton, Purdue, Vanderbilt and Xavier before committing to Northwestern in September 2013. McIntosh led Greensburg to the 2014 IHSAA 3A championship over Thea Bowman Leadership Academy with an IHSAA 3A finals record 11 assists.


Bryant Scott McIntosh (born November 20, 1994) is an American former basketball player and current assistant director of basketball operations for the Northwestern Wildcats of the Big Ten Conference. He played college basketball for the Northwestern Wildcats. He holds the Northwestern single-game, single-season and career assist records. He was a 2017 All-Big Ten team second team selection and led the 2016–17 Northwestern Wildcats to the first NCAA Tournament in school history.


As a senior, McIntosh was selected to the preseason All-Big Ten team. He was also on the preseason watch lists for the John R. Wooden Award and the Bob Cousy Award. On January 10, McIntosh established the Northwestern single-game assist record by posting 16 against Minnesota, surpassing Patrick Baldwin’s 14 from 1992.