As the semifinal round of the 2014 NBA Summer League is halfway through, the Sacramento Kings are just about to face off with the Chicago Bulls. During the warm-ups before the game, Kings second year man Ben McLemore decided to show off his aerial ability with this nice alley-oop in the below Vine video. Watch as Ben goes between the legs and slams it down with two hands: *** McLemore...
Skittles hooked Ben McLemore up with a special bag full of candy. He'll be tasting the rainbow all offseason long.
Ben McLemore's team, the Sacramento Kings, is not playing anymore but that doesn't mean he can't have the funniest dunk of the season still. This happened at a school in St. Louis Monday. The dunk was as expected--awesome. As for the funny--well, there is his pants of course. However the best part comes when the kids classmates dog-pile on the court.My favorite part was when someone...
This poor kid not only had the Kings’ rookie Ben McLemore posterize him on a dunk, but then having all his friends storm the court, jump on him and laugh in his face. McLemore added the comment to his Instagram video, “Got to learn early young fella. Me with the kids at Loyola in STL. #SirMcLemoreSummer” The post Ben McLemore Dunks On Little Child, Kids Storm The Court appeared...
The Sacramento Kings defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday by the score of 111-108. The win moved the Kings to 14-23, fourth in the Pacific Division. A bit of bad news for the Kings occurred in the first half when rookie Ben McLemore suffered an injury in the first half and did not return. According to the Sacramento Kings official Twitter account, Injury Update: Ben...
In terms of this year’s rookie class, Sacramento Kings rookie Ben McLemore is in a class by himself. We’ve seen Ben throw down some pretty epic dunks this season but you might want to check out this pregame dunk before the start of the Kings/76ers game last night. Watch as Ben’s head nearly skies above the rim: *** McLemore image courtesy of Getty Images
There are some people that make it look easy and than there are some people that redefine what easy is. Sacramento Kings rookie Ben McLemore likes to do a lot of the latter--like he did here in Tuesday's game against the Oklahom City Thunder@SBNationGIF/TwitterHe finished the game with 14 points, 3 assists, and 3 rebounds as the Kings lost a close one to the Thunder 97-95. Loading...
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