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Kam Woods Believes in RMU Basketball, Tells Why | The Pittsburgh Basketball Show



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Robert Morris guard Kam Woods is looking to make a statement this year in the college basketball world.

Woods transferred in from NC State this spring, and is determined to lead the Colonials, along with his fellow veteran teammates, to the NCAA Tournament.

On Wednesday, he joined Pittsburgh Sports Now to break down the transfer to RMU, talk about his game, his off-the-court life, and more. Check out the full interview on The Pittsburgh Basketball Show below or by clicking here.

In one season with the Wolfpack, Woods appeared in 13 games, where he averaged 1.2 points per game. He shot 29.4 percent (5 of 17) from the floor, while adding two triples.

While the transition to the high-major level didn’t pan out exactly as Woods would have hoped, it came after an outstanding season at North Carolina A&T.

As a junior, Woods made 30 starts, averaging 17.3 points (4th in the CAA), 4.2 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game on his way to earning Second Team All-CAA honors. His points and assists numbers led the Aggies, along with three-pointers made at 83.

Before his lone season with the Aggies, Woods made a stop at Northwest Florida State Community College, where he would post 11.0 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game.

Upon entering college, Woods began his career with Troy as he played in 23 games, scoring 10.3 points, grabbing 2.9 rebounds and registering 1.7 assists per game.

The Bessemer, Ala. native played his junior and senior seasons in high school at Pinson Valley, where he became one of the top players in the state. During his seniors season, Woods averaged a whopping 38.1 points per game — seventh most in the country. He was named the Alabama Class 6A Player of the Year during both his junior and senior seasons.

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