Mikey Thompson
Mikey  Thompson

RS Senior

Las Vegas

High School:
Canyon Springs HS

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 180




Broncos Set for MW Quarterfinal

No. 2 seed Boise State (23-7, 13-5) will take on either No. 7 seed Utah State (15-16, 8-10) or No. 10 seed Colorado State (11-20, 4-14) Thursday night


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


Blue and Orange To Host Spartans

Boise State (16-4, 6-2) will look to start a new winning streak this Wednesday (8 p.m. MT) when San Jose State (3-15, 0-7) comes to town


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


Hutchison Named Mountain West POTW

Chandler Hutchison was named the Mountain West Men's Basketball Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday


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.


Men's Basketball vs CSU (MW QF)

Boise State met Colorado State in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Mountain West Championship


Boise State vs. Nevada - Men's Basketball - March 2, 2016

Boise State vs. Nevada - Men's Basketball - March 2, 2016


Boise State @ San Diego State

Boise State @ San Diego State


Boise State vs. UNLV

Boise State vs. UNLV February 23, 2016


Boise State 94, Wyoming 71

Photos from Wyoming @ Boise State on February 13, 2016.

Thompson Game-by-Game (2012-13) Get Acrobat Reader

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

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

Thompson Game-by-Game (2015-16) Get Acrobat Reader

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RS SENIOR (2015-16): All-Mountain West Third Team selection by coaches and media...appeared in all 32 games, including 30 starts...became 26th Bronco to eclipse 1,000 career points (Jan. 27)...played team-high 1,012 minutes...scored in double figures 21 times...scored 20+ twice...one double-double...scored 15 points off bench in season opener at Montana on career-best 75 percent shooting (6-for-8)...scored 12 points to go with seven assists at No. 12 Arizona (Nov. 19)...posted career-high eight assits against UC Irvine (Nov. 26)...scored 17 points and matched career high eight assits against two turnovers versus No. 3 Michigan State (Nov. 27)...14 points, including 7-of-8 free throws, at Portland (Dec. 5)...converted game-winning three-point play against Loyola Marymount (Dec. 9)...tallied 11 points and four assists against Oregon (Dec. 12)...12 points to go with four assists against Bradley (Dec. 20)...season highs of 18 points, nine assists, six rebounds and three steals against Colorado State (Jan. 2)...led Broncos with 17 points at Utah State (Jan. 5), added six assists and six rebounds...12 points, five rebounds and four assists against Fresno State (Jan. 9)...team-high 18 points to go with four assists at Nevada (Jan. 13), including career-best 10-of-12 free throws...16 points on 6-of-10 shooting against San José State (Jan. 20)...15 points at Wyoming (Jan. 23), including seven in final 90 seconds to seal win...led Broncos with 19 points at UNLV (Jan. 27), on day UNLV honored his late father (Freddie) prior to the game...first career double-double against New Mexico (Jan. 30) with 17 points and career-high 10 assists to go with five steals and zero turnovers...most assists by a Bronco in seven years...most assists without a turnover by a Bronco since at least 1983-84 season...16 points and six rebounds against Utah State (Feb. 2)...20 points, seven assists and four steals at Colorado State (Feb. 10)...16 points in home win against Wyoming (Feb. 13)...20 points and six rebounds against UNLV (Feb. 23)...missed exhibition game recovering from offseason arthroscopic knee surgery.

RS JUNIOR (2014-15): Appeared in 30 games, including 20 starts...started season opener against San Diego (Nov. 14), scoring 12 points in 25 minutes...came off bench at LMU (Nov. 15) to tie for team-high scoring honors with 15 points, including six-straight to spark 12-0 run and bring Broncos back from late deficit...recorded four steals and hit two three-pointers in double-overtime win against Montana (Nov. 18)...played 32 minutes off bench against Griz, scoring nine points...scored 10 points at No. 3 Wisconsin (Nov. 22), along with four rebonds and two assists...started against Idaho (Nov. 25), tallied 12 points, three rebounds, three assists...went 6-for-6 from free throw line...scored 14 points in win at Saint Mary's (Dec. 6), including 6-of-6 free throws...four rebounds and two steals against Adams State (Dec. 9)...eight points, five rebounds and three assists against Abilene Christian (Dec. 20)...scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds in overtime win against Houston (Dec. 22)...led the Broncos with 20 points at Colorado State (Dec. 31), second 20-point game of career...played 38 minutes against UNLV (Jan. 13), scoring 13 points to go with six rebounds, three assists and two steals...scored 14 points in the first half against Colorado State (Jan. 27) and led Broncos with four assists...five points in 13 minutes off the bench against Nevada (Feb. 21)...six points and two assists in 15 minutes during win at No. 24/22 San Diego State (Feb. 28)...season-high five assists at San José State (March 4)...against Fresno State (March 7) scored 14 points on 4-of-7 shooting and 5-of-6 free throws to go with three assists and three rebounds to help Broncos clinch regular-season title...grabbed three rebounds in nine minutes off the bench against Dayton in NCAA Tournament First Round (March 18).

RS SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Played in 33 games, including 12 starts...averaged 8.6 points, 2.5 assists, 1.5 rebounds and 0.6 steals per game in 25.9 minutes...13 games scoring in double figures...second on team with 81 assists...fourth-leading scorer...missed game against Wyoming (Jan. 11; knee)...scored 10 points and dished out career-high six assists in season opener against UT Arlington (Nov. 8)...matched assist total twice later in season...career-high five steals to go with 16 points against Seattle (Nov. 19)...scored 10 points against Idaho (Nov. 27)...posted 13 points and team-high four assists against Portland State (Nov. 29)...13 points against Utah (Dec. 3)...scored 11 points against Fresno State (Jan. 4), including 9-of-12 from free throw line, career highs in both makes and attempts...scored 11 points at New Mexico (Jan. 21), including 6-of-6 at free throw line...made first start of season against San Diego State (Feb. 5) and led team with 16 points...netted season-high 21 at Fresno State (Feb. 26) on 7-of-10 shooting.

RS FRESHMAN (2012-13): Played in 30 games during his debut season with the Broncos, including six starts...made his first-career start against Walla Walla (Jan. 5), and started five-consecutive games in Mountain West play...ranked fifth on the team in scoring at 7.9 points per game...scored in double figures in 11 games, including his first-career outing in the Broncos' season opener against Texas Southern (10; Nov. 11)...41 assists on the season were the fifth-most on the team, and are the 10th-most by a Bronco freshman in school history...led the Broncos in scoring against Colorado State (13; Jan. 30) and San Diego State (16; Feb. 6)...career-high 19 points against Seattle (Dec. 2), going 7-for-11 from the field (.636) and 4-for-4 from 3-point range, both career bests...also knocked down four 3-pointers - on five attempts - against the Aztecs (Feb. 6)...pulled down a game- and career-high nine rebounds against UNLV (Feb. 2)...career-high three assists against Michigan State (Nov. 20)...career-high three steals against No. 11/11 Creighton (Nov. 28) and UNLV (Feb. 2).

FRESHMAN (2011-12): Redshirt season.

Led Canyon Springs High School to the state title as a SENIOR, and a runner-up finish as a JUNIOR...named Northeast League Most Valuable Player in each of his two final prep campaigns...averaged 17.5 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.2 steals per game as a senior...junior year averaged 17 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals per game en route to first-team all-region and second-team all-state honors...SOPHOMORE year was named second-team all league following a season in which he average 14 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals per game.

MAJOR - Undeclared


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