NCAA Tournament 2012: Breaking Down Thomas Robinson's Performance

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NCAA Tournament 2012: Breaking Down Thomas Robinson's Performance
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Player of the Year candidate Thomas Robinson has been one of the most exciting surprises this season.

After averaging under 15 minutes of playing time last year, Robinson now plays for more than 30 minutes and brings home 17.7 points points per game, while grabbing 11.8 rebounds to top it off.

As for intangibles, Robinson is a leader at heart and has been the go-to guy for this surprisingly great Kansas team. He helped lead the Jayhawks to yet another Big 12 regular season title during an extremely difficult and emotional time for him personally. 

Yet, how has this phenom performed on college basketball's biggest stage? The following is breakdown of Thomas Robinson's performance thus far.

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