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Kedrick Flomo

Kedrick  Flomo
Year PlayedG−GSMinFGMFGAFG%3PA3PM3P%FTAFTMFT%ORDBRebPFAsTOBlStPtsPPG
2014-201529−031210530.189359 0.2571070.700327303030 22410361.2
2014−201529−031210530.189359 0.2571070.700327303030 22410361.24

2015-16: Flomo's playing career at Murray was ended before the 2015-16 season after heart surgery (Nov. 3). 2014-15: Scored his first points at MSU in the opener (Nov. 14) against Houston with a 3-point basket ... Had a season-high seven points against Brescia (Nov. 20) ... Appeared in 29 games with averages of 10.8 minutes and 1.2 points. Before MSU: Came to Murray State out of North Forsyth High School in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... An All-State performer, he was named NCPreps.com 3A Player of the Year ... The Winston-Salem Journal named him to their Frank Spencer Award, given annually to the player that received the most votes for the All-Northwest Team ... He was North Forsythís all-time scorer with 2,275 points and assist man with 407 ... He is also the schoolís all-time leader in made 3-point baskets with 274 ... He helped the Vikings and Coach Sean Vestal to school-record 86 games in four seasons ... As a senior in the 2013-14 season, Flomo had a stretch of 18 games of at least 21 points, including 10 30-point games ... He averaged 30 points, 8.8 rebounds and six assists per game ... He had a memorable game when he scored North Forsythís first 43 points and ended with 48 of his teamís 54 points in a win against Asheboro.

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