Kenneth Faried

#35FC,
Pts
9.6
Reb
7.6
Ast
0.9
Height: 6' 8"
Weight: 228
Born:
College: Morehead State
Birth Place: Newark, New Jersey
Draft: 2011 1st round (22nd pick) by the
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