Six different players have led Michigan State in scoring in its first 35 games.
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Men's basketball, Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014
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Appeared in 31 games, starting three, averaging 4.9 points and 1.5 rebounds in 12.2 minutes per contest Led the Big Ten in overall 3-point field-goal percentage (.494), ranking third in conference games (.463) Ranked fourth on the team with 38 made 3-point field goals, and fifth with 77 attempts His .494 3-point field-goal percentage ranks second all-time among MSU freshmen, while his 38 made 3-pointers ranks fifth 71.7 percent of his made field goals were 3-pointers, while 74.0 percent of his field-goal attempts were from behind the arc Scored in double-figures in three contests Scored a season-high and team-best 19 points against Penn State (2/6), hitting 7-of-9 shots, including 5-of-6 from 3-point range, hitting his first five Scored 15 points against Minnesota, connecting on his first five 3-point attempts, finishing 5-of-7 from behind the arc Scored 10 points against Georgetown (2/1) in Madison Square Garden Made his first career start against Michigan (1/25), while also starting contests against Iowa (1/28) and Penn State (2/6) Made two or more 3-pointers in 10 contests Scored six or more points in 12 contests Grabbed a season-high five rebounds against Northwestern (2/13) Scored his first career points by connecting on a 3-pointer against Virginia Tech (11/22).
Redshirted after a right shoulder injury forced him to miss a lot of the season.
Missed nearly all of his senior season with a right shoulder injury The team went 5-15 in his absence, but won five straight tournament games after his return, making it to the Elite Eight for the just the second time in school history Averaged 17 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2 assists in his six games back Ranked among the top 125 players in the nation by ESPNU100 (#86) and Rivals.com (#113) Rated among the top players at his position by ESPNU100 (#16 power forward), Scout.com (#20 power forward) and Rivals.com (#26 power forward) Averaged 19.9 points and 10.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.8 blocks per game as a junior at Medina High School Second-team All-State First-team All-Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division Northeast Inland District Division I selection Played AAU with All-Ohio Red, winning the 2011 17-and-under AAU national title in Orlando Attended 2011 NBA Top 100 Camp Attended the 2011 Kevin Durant Skills Academy Averaged 14.7 points and 5.6 rebounds as a sophomore Helped lead Medina to Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division All-Inland First-Team honoree Honorable mention all-state honoree Three-time all-conference and all-county selection Played for Coach Anthony Stacey Also played football, earning second-team all-conference honors as a tight end as a junior and first-team all-conference honors as a punter.
Born July 13, 1993 Son of Kenn and Kim Kaminski Plans to major in finance.