BREAKDOWN: James Dunleavy, a 6-6, 195-pound guard adds to USC's depth in the backcourt. He has keen basketball instincts and possesses a good outside shot. Utilized his first season at USC as a redshirt campaign, working on his shot and strength.
2009-10: Made his only appearance of the season in a 74-43 home win vs. Coppin State. He missed on a three-pointer, but grabbed two rebounds.
2008-09: Dunleavy appeared in his first two games for USC. Played in his first game as a Trojan on Jan. 2 at Oregon and missed his only shot, a three-point attempt. Also played a minute at UCLA on Feb. 4.
HIGH SCHOOL: Dunleavy played at Harvard-Westlake H.S. in North Hollywood, Calif. for coach Greg Hilliard. He did not compete during his senior season due to exhausting his eligibility. Averaged 2.5 points and 0.4 rebounds per game as a junior at Harvard-Westlake as the Wolverines went 27-6. He made 21 of 55 three-pointers for a .382 percentage from beyond the arc.
PERSONAL: James Alexander Dunleavy was born on September 14, 1987. His father Mike was the head coach and general manager of the Los Angeles Clippers and his brother Mike, Jr. is a guard/forward on the Indiana Pacers. Lists his favorite movie as "Inside Man" and his favorite television show as "Entourage." His favorite actor is Denzel Washington. Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning the CIF Championship in 2005. Says his biggest sports hero is Michael Jordan because he is the best athlete ever. His favorite professional sports teams are the Los Angeles Clippers, Green Bay Packers and New York Yankees. He is an undecided major at USC. He would like to be a sports agent or an NBA general manager after college.