NBC15: UW honors Frank Kaminsky during game

NBC15: UW honors Frank Kaminsky during game

It was a big night at the Kohl Center Thursday as the University of Wisconsin as the jersey of former Badger Men’s Basketball standout Frank Kaminsky will now hang at the Kohl Center.

Sports Director Mike Jacques spoke with Kaminsky Thursday afternoon– an interview only on NBC15.

Feb. 15 was officially named “Frank Kaminsky Night” in Madison.

The 2015 consensus National Player of the Year attended the Badger men’s basketball game against Purdue, and was there to witness the retirement of his No. 44 jersey during a halftime ceremony.

 

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Badgers men’s basketball: Wisconsin will retire Frank Kaminsky’s jersey

Badgers men’s basketball: Wisconsin will retire Frank Kaminsky’s jersey

The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball program will honor Frank Kaminsky by hanging his jersey in the rafters at the Kohl Center.

Kaminsky, who’s in his third season with the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets, will be honored Feb. 15 during halftime of the Badgers’ game against visiting Purdue.

According to a news release, the No. 44 jersey will remain in circulation at UW. Kaminsky’s number will be the second to hang in the Kohl Center rafters, joining Ab Nicholas’ No. 8.

 

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Badgers to retire Kaminsky’s No. 44 jersey

Badgers to retire Kaminsky’s No. 44 jersey

The University of the Wisconsin will officially retire Frank Kaminsky’s No. 44 jersey during a halftime ceremony on Feb. 15 during the Badgers game against Purdue.

 

The 2015 consensus National Player of the Year is currently in his third season with the Charlotte Hornets and will make the trip to Madison during the NBA All-Star Break to take part in the celebration.

Kaminsky’s jersey will be just the second number to hang in the Kohl Center alongside Ab Nicholas’ No. 8.

 

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Badgers to retire Frank Kaminsky’s jersey

Badgers to retire Frank Kaminsky’s jersey

MADISON – Frank Kaminsky’s #44 will forever be enshrined in the rafters of the Kohl Center next year.

The power forward who led the Wisconsin Badgers to back-to-back Final Four appearances and a national championship appearance in 2015 will have his number retired in February during a halftime ceremony during the Badgers-Purdue game.

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Wisconsin to retire Frank Kaminsky’s jersey on Feb. 15

Wisconsin to retire Frank Kaminsky’s jersey on Feb. 15

MADISON, Wis. – February 15 will be officially named “Frank Kaminsky Night” in Madison. The 2015 consensus National Player of the Year will be in attendance for the Badgers’ men’s basketball game against Purdue and the University of the Wisconsin will officially retire his No. 44 jersey during a halftime ceremony.

Kaminsky, who is in his third season with the Charlotte Hornets, will travel to Madison during the NBA All-Star Break to take part in the celebration. The No. 44 will be just the second number to hang in the Kohl Center rafters alongside Ab Nicholas’ No. 8. The No. 44 will […] Read more

Kenosha News: Q and A With Frank Kaminsky

Kenosha News: Q and A With Frank Kaminsky

On Friday, Kaminsky — who was presented by ProStart Sports of southeast Wisconsin — was the star instructor in the Wisconsin Evolution Basketball Camp at Bradford Fieldhouse. Other notable local coaches at the camp included former St. Joseph star Brandon Morris, former Bradford standout Quardell Young, former Christian Life star Grant Johnson and recent Tremper standout Riley Keckeisen.

http://www.kenoshanews.com/sports/q-and-a-with-frank-kaminsky/article_d294d1f8-c8b0-57fb-8677-92200eb98b92.html

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Kenosha News: Lily Lachman meets her basketball hero

Kenosha News: Lily Lachman meets her basketball hero

Along with that came an inspirational video message from Kaminsky, which Coker helped arrange. He contacted Johnny Highland Jr., co-founder of ProStart Sports, a sports-training organization based in southeast Wisconsin that represents Kaminsky at his basketball camps.

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Kenosha News: Lux to host baseball camp

Kenosha News: Lux to host baseball camp

Los Angeles Dodgers prospect and Indian Trail graduate Gavin Lux will host a camp for players in grades 3-8 and high school on Sunday, Jan. 29 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Athletic Republic, 4211 Green Bay Road.

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NBC15 Madison: Frank Kaminskly holds youth camp

NBC15 Madison: Frank Kaminskly holds youth camp

Madiosn, Wis.- Frank Kaminsky was in Stoughton on Thursday to hold a youth basketball camp. Young players went through drills, asked Kaminsky questions, took pictures, and some even played one-on-one against the former Badger.

http://www.nbc15.com/content/sports/Frank-Kaminskly-hold-camp-and-sends-message-to-Lily-389240481.html

 

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)—Frank Kaminsky was supposed to meet Lily Lachman, who recently had a heart transplant, at his youth camp on Thursday.

Lachman and her mother had some travel issues which prevented the meeting.

However, Kaminsky recorded a special message for Lily.

http://www.nbc15.com/content/sports/Frank-Kaminsky-sends-message-to-Lily-Lachman-389241591.html

I’m at in Stoughton where Frank Kaminsky is holding a youth camp. Hear from the former Badger tonight. pic.twitter.com/sw3obl9i05

— Lucas Mayer (@LucasMayerNBC15) August 4, 2016

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