Wall Ready For Team USA

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Updated: 6/11/2013 7:26 pm
It was day two of the inaugural "Camp One" here in Lexington featuring former Cats now in the pros.

Yesterday was DeMarcus Cousins' time with the kids.  Today, it was John Wall's turn.

Wall says he's using the off-season to stay in shape out in Los Angeles before heading to China with Team USA.

Today though, just hanging out with campers and going through a few drills before signing autographs and snapping a few pictures.

Patrick Patterson and Darius Miller will be out at LCA for the third and final day of the camp tomorrow.

Wall said he loves coming back to Lexington and showing kids even when you reach your goals and hit it big, it's important to stay humble and hungry.

Hear Wall's motto in the video.

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