"I'd say one of the things that matters a lot is that he's had a tremendous amount of experience talking to his dad about the transition to the NBA," McKinney said. "The bottom line is, you can have a father that's played, but you've got to get it done between the lines, and Klay has proven he can do that on a consistent basis."
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