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March 23, 2013 4:53 PM

Kareem Richardson wants to bring defensive toughness to UMKC

Kareem Richardson, who will be introduced as UMKC’s next men’s basketball coach Monday, says he wants to instill aggression and intensity to the Kangaroos. Those are the traits he learned as a player in college and as an assistant under Louisiville coach Rick Pitino this season.

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