Found April 09, 2012 on Los That Sports Blog:
Kansas junior forward Thomas Robinson had quite an impressive 2011-2012 season. After playing in a reserve role for the Jayhawks his first two years the 6’9″, 237 lb Robinson flourished as a starter this season, averaging 17.9 ppg and 11.8 rpg while leading the Jayhawks to the national championship game. Robinson was also named a [...]
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