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Ben McLemore was drafted seventh overall in the 2013 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings after it appeared at some points as though he would be a top-3 selection.
“I feel I come in with a chip on my shoulder,” said McLemore.
“I feel I’ve been through a lot. I feel I am going to work hard to get Rookie of the Year. I know the mindset I’m going to come in and show everybody I could be the alpha dog and win that Rookie of the Year. I’m definitely going to work hard to get that,” McLemore said.
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