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Gilmore Kinney

Gilmore Kinney
Personal information
Born (1886-06-09)June 9, 1886
Ness City, Kansas
Died December 15, 1916(1916-12-15) (aged 30)
Forest Hills, New York
Nationality American
Listed height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Listed weight 155 lb (70 kg)
Career information
High school Phillips Academy
(Andover, Massachusetts)
College Yale (1903–1907)
Position Forward
Career highlights and awards

Gilmore Kinney (June 9, 1886 – December 15, 1916)[1] was an American college basketball standout at Yale University in the 1900s. He was a two-time Helms Athletic Foundation All-American (1905, 1907)[2] and was named their national player of the year as a senior in 1906–07.[3] That year, he led the Yale Bulldogs to their first-ever Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball League season championship title, and was the league's leading scorer at 10.1 points per game. Kinney also played for Yale's baseball team.[4][5]

Gilmore Kinney was also the older brother of Orson Kinney, another Yale basketball star who was an All-American in 1916–17.[6]

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