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Francis Stanley Kaminsky III or Frank Kaminsky is a basketball professional from America. He was born on April 4th, 1993. He currently plays for the Phoenix Suns from NBA. He had a nickname, "The Kaminsky Method," and used to play for the Wisconsin Badgers at the college level for four years. Back then he set the record for highest points tally in a single match with 43. He was awarded the Player of the Year of National College level in 2015.
Kaminsky set a new record for the highest tally of points scored in a match with 43 versus the North Dakota team. His 16 shots out of 19 from the field went in and he put all 6 shots out of 6 from the 3-point area. He also scored 5 from 6 at the free-throw line.
In his senior year at college, Kaminsky was included in the All-American team. He was picked as the Best Player by the Coaches of National Association of Basketball. He became the initial Wisconsin candidate to win the Player of the Year award by the Associated Press.
Charlotte Hornets (2015–2019)
Kaminsky was picked by Charlotte Hornets as the 9th pick during the NBA drafts of 2015. He netted 16 points during their defeat versus the Golden State Warriors and thereby earned more playing time as the regular center Al Jefferson was ruled out. He registered his career-best of 23 points during a defeat against the Boston Celtics in December.
He registered 20 points again in a defeat versus the Los Angeles Clippers in December. He netted 18 points and a career-best of 11 rebounds versus the Washington Wizards in April 2016. Kaminsky recorded 15 points in the Hornets’ first-round playoff match 3 versus the Miami Heat and helped them to a victory.
Kaminsky equaled his career-best with 23 points against the Memphis Grizzlies in a match they lost. He improved his career-best to 24 points in February when he came on as a substitute during a defeat versus the Golden State Warriors.
He immediately made 11 points coming off the bench in a victory over the Indiana Pacers in November 2018. However, he lost his regular spot in the team as it carried out rotation under coach James Borrego. He appeared in only 26 matches as the month of February came to a close.
By March of 2019, he took up a position of defense in the combat zone. He improved his passing skills and even scored 15 points during a victory against the Brooklyn Nets. In April, he netted 22 points apart from 13 rebounds to help his team to a victory against the Raptors. Two days after this, he registered a new season-best with 24 points during a victory against the Detroit Pistons.
Phoenix Suns (2019–present)
Kaminsky entered into a 2-year contract with the Phoenix Suns in July 2019. He currently plays for them in the NBA.
National team career
Serbian coach Igor Kokoškov announced in November that Kaminsky’s invitation to the national team of Serbia is under consideration.
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