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Name  Kyle O`Quinn
Born  3/26/1990
Height  6-10
Weight  250
College  Norfolk State
Home Town  Cambria Heights, NY
High School  Campus Magnet
10/28 @New Orleans21420002251314
11/26 Golden State12630025731021
11/28 @Indiana13930302200101
11/30 @Phoenix14520133610232
12/2 @Golden State2721903561112134
12/3 @LA Clippers6630001101001
12/5 @Utah171350322410224
12/6 @Sacramento181351220241114
12/10 Washington301041124641202
12/12 @Atlanta3214504281020033
12/13 Atlanta11000001101101
12/15 @Toronto18210006600121
12/17 @Boston221140305500125
12/19 Utah22721215613113
12/21 Philadelphia26831133621421
12/23 Boston34186241121302104
12/26 Cleveland16000000010104
12/27 @Charlotte14311001130002
12/29 @Miami17521002210112
12/30 Detroit20630003301104
1/2 Brooklyn16420013410021
1/3 Charlotte20311002200013
1/7 @Denver15520103311022
1/9 @LA Lakers27000007731213
1/10 @Portland11420002211035
1/12 @Chicago11830202211111
1/14 Houston10521000010004
1/16 Memphis12620208810014
1/18 Oklahoma City16410213400110
1/21 @Detroit141260001110310
1/23 @New York10630002200000
1/25 Indiana13420002220200
1/26 @Memphis12420001130112
Season Total577226911034251071324419343778
2012: Selected by Orlando in 2nd round (49th overall) of the NBA Draft.

Became first player in the history of the MEAC to be named both the conference Player of the Year and the Defensive Player of the Year in the same season...Named the Lou Henson Award winner as the top performer among the mid-majors...Earned a spot on All-MEAC First Team as both a junior and senior, and was also the MEAC Defensive Player of the Year in 2010-11...All-MEAC Second Team selection as a sophomore when he started all but one of his team`s 30 games...Averaged a double-double for the second straight year as a senior, delivering 15.9 ppg and 10.3 rpg for Norfolk State...Among the nation`s leaders in rebounding as a junior, clearing 11.1 caroms per contest while also posting a career-best 16.4 ppg and ranking fourth nationally with 3.4 blocks per outing...Despite shooting just 26.1 percent from three-point range for his career, managed to knock down 55.3 percent from the floor overall as he attacked defenses on the inside and took advantage of his height.