Rodney Blackstock Rumors

McLemore has made changes off the court, too, including leaving agent Rodney Blackstock. McLemore didn’t announce he’d signed with Blackstock until shortly before last year’s draft and the indecision over an agent might have hurt McLemore, once considered a top-three pick. “It was something that I had to figure out on my own, and I made the decision for myself,” McLemore said. “I just tried to get everybody’s opinion. At the end of the day, it was my decision. I’m just trying to move forward and focus on this upcoming season.” McLemore said he’s in no rush to hire a new agent; he’s under contract through the 2015-16 season.
On the eve of the NBA draft, former Kansas star Ben McLemore said one of the best pieces of advice he’s been given is to keep his circle of family, friends and advisors small. That led him to sign with newly certified agent Rodney Blackstock for representation after earlier working with Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Rival Sports Group. “I was with Rivals and I just fell like Rodney has been the best person for me throughout this process, helping me get through everything,” McLemore said Wednesday. “From the beginning, everything has been good. He’s a great person, and he’s helped me through all of this so that’s why I chose that he should be a part of my circle.”
Ben McLemore said Friday he has had a relationship with Rodney Blackstock, a middleman who courted the Kansas standout on behalf of sports agents and financial advisers, since January. “Rodney Blackstock has been great,” McLemore said in Chicago at the NBA pre-draft combine. “Since Day One, since I met him, we have got that bond and communicating very well. And that’s why I chose him to help me with this process.”