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2012 NBA Draft: Thomas Robinson
Round 1
Selection 5
Position Forward
School Kansas
Year JR
Height 6-10
Weight 237
High School Brewster Academy
Hometown Washington, DC
2012; Selected by Sacramento in 1st round (5th overall) of the NBA Draft...2013: Traded to Houston in a six-player deal, Feb. 20th; Traded to Portland for Kostas Papanikolaou, Marko Todorovic and two future draft picks, July 10th...2015: Traded to Denver in a five-player deal, Feb. 19th.

The 2012 Big 12 Conference Player of the Year and was the first AP First-Team All-American for Kansas since 2005, a unanimous selection as well...Finalist for both the John R. Wooden Award and Naismith College Player of the Year honors as a junior as he helped guide the Jayhawks to the national championship game versus Kentucky...Averaged 17.7 points and 11.9 rebounds per game last season, leading the nation in double-doubles with 27, posting 18 points and 17 boards versus the Wildcats in his final outing...His rebounding average was second in the nation overall, while his double-double total set a new single-season standard at Kansas...Became 55th player in school history to score at least 1,000 career points, his 763 rebounds placing him 14th on the all-time list...Against North Dakota on New Year`s Eve 2011, became the first player in a half century to have as many as 30 points and 21 rebounds in a single game for the Jayhawks...Was part of three Big 12 regular-season championships, two Big 12 Tournament titles and a pair of appearances in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament...Persevered through personal tragedy in 2011 when his grandmother, grandfather and mother all passed away within weeks of each other, yet he still returned to the team to play not long after...Displays strong character, determination and ability, having had to wait to take his rightful spot on the floor while players like Marcus and Markieff Morris and Cole Aldrich ranked ahead of him during his first two years in Lawrence.

2011 Stats
11/11 Towson251816802471142113
11/15 Kentucky271112501391210125
11/21 Georgetown3520147061111210223
11/22 UCLA331511701281031053
11/23 Duke3616156043121501113
11/30 Fla Atlantic35191340114131711431
12/3 South Florida3014960226814202
12/6 Long Beach State3326141006381131131
12/10 Ohio State3021970725711054
12/19 Davidson3421187074141812134
12/22 @USC30101250009912053
12/29 Howard229640116721022
12/31 North Dakota34301410198132142101
1/4 Kansas State301511701591401144
1/7 @Oklahoma30181580236922012
1/11 @Texas Tech191911812391210003
1/14 Iowa State3211104123111420301
1/16 Baylor35271811051131420111
1/21 @Texas32171680154921123
1/23 Texas A&M3418104010281012452
1/28 @Iowa State34131150307701154
2/1 Oklahoma3220129022151742232
2/4 @Missouri35251711032111311054
2/8 @Baylor3215116031101110154
2/11 Oklahoma State332414817591420134
2/13 @Kansas State3310730418921154
2/18 Texas Tech24161060444852043
2/22 @Texas A&M2810103043101340135
2/25 Missouri38282110082101201123
2/27 @Oklahoma State361715605291121122
3/3 Texas3625191005591421031
3/8 Texas A&M33199625281041021
3/9 Baylor33151460327931044
3/16 Detroit2716137023101321034
3/18 Purdue351112207581332122
3/23 NC State331817704691522043
3/25 @North Carolina33181661518910013
3/31 Ohio State35191880335801021
4/2 @Kentucky3618176065121710012
Season Total12426925172617163113350463724234104107

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