Late last week, as the NBA's top prospects assembled for the league's draft combine in Chicago, former Kansas guard Ben McLemore expressed his desire to be the No. 1 pick in the draft. It's been decades since a true shooting guard went No. 1 overall. (Depending on how you categorize Allen Iverson, you probably have to go back to David Thompson in 1975.) And McLemore would be the first Jayhawk to go first overall since Danny Manning in 1988. But does McLemore have a chance?
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