Mike Helms biography

Mike Helms

Basketball Player

1982 –


Who is Mike Helms?

Mike Helms is an American basketball player currently playing for the Windsor Express of the National Basketball League of Canada. Helms is best known for his collegiate career, where he played guard at Oakland University. He was named to the Mid-Continent Conference All-League team three years in a row and the Mid-Con Conference Player of the Year in 2003. He averaged 27 points per game that year, which placed him as the third highest scorer in NCAA Division I.

He was drafted into the CBA and played 18 games for the Michigan Mayhem and also had a stint with Atletico Argentino Junin in Argentina

He played for the Hunter Pirates of the Australia National Basketball League in 2005-06 and was second in NBL scoring at 22.1 points per game. After the license of the franchise was sold, he moved to the new Singapore Slingers. In February 2007 he joined the German team Gie├čen 46ers.

In the 07/08 season in the NBL, Helms was in the top 20 in the league for scoring averaging 20.6 ppg. For Giessen, Helms averaged 7.83 ppg and 1.17 assists in his short stint.

In the 08/09 season Helms joined Ironi Ramat Gan from Israel.

On April 4, 2010, Helms signed with new New Zealand NBL franchise, the Southland Sharks.


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Dec 29, 1982
  • United States of America
  • Oakland University

on July 23, 2013

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