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Labissiere was one of the Kings’ top performers, averaging 11 points and 5.8 rebounds in 24 minutes per game, and he improved as the tournament went on. He scored 19 points in the Kings’ final game, a loss to the San Antonio Spurs. “At the college level, guys gotta focus on going to class, academic advisors, recruiting,” says King. “They only get to work out for 20 hours a week, including practice.” Labissiere’s tumultuous upbringing never afforded him the luxury of simply playing basketball; for all his work, he’s played a lot less than many of his peers in the draft class. “With the NBA, you’ve got your key to get into the arena any time you want. You can call your trainer or one of your assistant coaches to work out at 11 o’clock at night. I think that’s really what he was looking for.”
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