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He doesn't score a lot of points or pull down a lot of rebounds but when true freshman Frank Kaminsky is on the floor for No.25 Wisconsin, the Badgers typically get a big lift.

MADISON - Stopped at a red light, Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan allowed his eyes to wander as he patiently waited for the green light to signal that he was free to continue on his journey. As he people watched, it wasn't hard for Ryan to notice the tallest player on his team – 6-11 freshman Frank Kaminsky – sitting on his moped and appearing to have his eyes closed. Problem was Kaminsky was just...

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