WELLSTON, Mo. The Normandy High School cafeteria doors opened to a startlingly similar face.
Same eyes. Same hair. Same smile.
Kevin McLemore stood no chance of blending in.
"Around here, everybody knows I'm Ben's brother," he said.
He doesn't much mind the attention that comes with being Ben McLemore's look-alike younger sibling. Instead, the Normandy High School senior credits the the University of Kansas star for giving him, and plenty of others in this neighborhood, someone to look up to.
"People tell me they aspire to be him," Kevin McLemore said. "They want to be just like him. I tell them, 'Yeah, you can.'"
In an area long on problems and short on positive role models, Ben McLemore the redshirt freshman sensation who will likely turn his pursuit of this season's NCAA Championship into one of the top picks in the upcoming NBA Draft has become an inspiration.
The sweet-shooting guard who leads the Jayhawks with 16.4 points per game is the sign young men with big bask...