Cameron Payne Talks Work Ethic, Thunder and Coach Donovan

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Cameron Payne has always had a chip on his shoulder in an effort to prove he's a special player.

The Murray State point guard chose that school over College of Charleston, High Point and Wichita State and now is the 14th selection in the NBA draft.

Payne promises the Thunder are getting a player that likes to work.

Dylan Buckingham had the chance to go 1 on 1 with the new Thunder addition.

When asked what he thought it would be like to play with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, Payne laughed and said, "I'm going to be apart of playoffs next year."

The lefty is dealing with a fractured finger on his non-shooting hand. He updated us on his injury.

Payne also discussed his impressive work ethic, joining forces with Billy Donovan, both of which are heading into their first season in the NBA, and why he has some high expectations for Thunder fans.

You can see the entire interview in the video above.


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