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Kinnard's Stock Is On The Rise

He averaged slightly less than 10 points a game as a junior in Memphis. Not exactly eye-popping numbers but Lawrence Kinnard is about to break through into the Top 100.

Memphis (Tenn.) Raleigh Egypt is home to one of the hottest spring risers in the country. Lawrence Kinnard, a 6-foot-7 small forward, used the Tournament of Champions as a spring board to shoot his way into national prominence. Never heard of him? Don't be too hard on...

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