September 4, 1988|
|Nationality||Haitian / American|
|Listed height||6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)|
|Listed weight||225 lb (102 kg)|
|High school||Institution Saint-Louis de Gonzague|
|NBA draft||2012 / Undrafted|
|Position||Power forward / Center|
|Career highlights and awards|
Bristol was born In Brooklyn, New York. He attended Institution Saint-Louis de Gonzague high school in Port-au-Prince, before deciding to move to the United States. After arriving to Miami, he signed up to Broward College where he red shirted his first year. The following year he earned a starting spot on their roster and had solid freshman year averaging a double double. As a sophomore, he also averaged a double and led the nation in blocks for junior college. He received offers from division 1 colleges such as Southern Miss, Hofstra, Auburn, Fordham. He ultimately selected Fordham where he transferred to on a full scholarship. After 2 years he graduated with a bachelor in finance from Fordham then proceed to pursue a professional basketball career in Europe.
Bristol started playing professional basketball for the Istanbulspor of the Turkish Basketball Second League (TB2L). In 19 games he averaged 10.1ppg, 12.2rpg (third in the league) and 1.6bpg in the 2012-13 season.
Bristol then played a season for KD Hopsi Polzela in Slovenia (SKL). In 14 games he averaged 11.4ppg, 10.9rpg (led the league), 1.1apg and 2.4bpg in the 2012-13 season, where he was awarded the MVP.
Bristol played for the MBC Mykolaiv in Ukraine, where he averaged 12.7ppg, 12.4rpg (led the league) and 2.5bpg in 15 games. He was named All-Ukrainian Superleague Defensive Player of the Year, All-Ukrainian Superleague Import Player of the Year, All-Ukrainian Superleague Forward of the Year.
- RealGM Basketball - Kervin Bristol
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- Dijon adds Bristol to their Roster (18 March 2015)
- Press, ed. (2 April 2012). "Fordham's Bristol signs with agent looking to fulfill NBA dreams". New York Post. Retrieved 26 November 2015.
- Močnik, Aljaž, ed. (21 May 2013). "MVP Lige Telemach: Kervin Bristol (Hopsi Polzela)". KZS. Retrieved 26 November 2015. (in Slovene)