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The Sacramento Kings have signed Ray McCallum.
McCallum was a second round draft pick by the Kings, selected 36th overall.
McCallum will compete for playing time at point guard.
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The Sacramento Kings decided not to use their amnesty provision on John Salmons' $7.6 million salary for the 13-14 NBA season.
The Kings looked to improve the small forward position by acquiring Luc Mbah a Moute.
"I think we're comfortable with what we've done so far," Pete D'Alessandro said. "We're not done by any means, but we're looking...
Sacramento Kings: Draft Grades
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Pick 7: Ben McLemore- SG- Kansas
- Wow, the Kings have drafted arguably the best talent in the draft at 7th overall. Ben McLemore is a day one starter for the Kings at shooting guard now that Tyreke Evans is gone and is one of the better shooters and athletes in the draft and has star power. He dropped...
The Sacramento Kings are interested in signing Timofey Mozgov.
Mozgov is a restricted free agent and the Denver Nuggets are likely to match any offer sheet.
The Kings lack cap space after not amnestying John Salmons and would need to agree to a sign-and-trade with the Nuggets.
The Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Sacramento Kings by a final score of 92-54 in Summer League play on Wednesday.
Shabazz Muhammad scored 17 points on 6-for-10 shooting and four rebounds. Demetri McCamey had 15 points, three rebounds and three assists.
Ben McLemore had one point on 0-for-8 shooting and five rebounds. Ray McCallum had eight points on 3-for-11 shooting.
After a slow start to the Vegas Summer League, Sacramento Kings rookie Ben McLemore had a solid performance today against the Atlanta Hawks with 27 points.
Two of twenty-seven points came on this monster slam dunk in the second quarter as he put Atlanta’s Mike Scott on a poster at the Cox Pavilion:
The Sacramento Kings defeated the Atlanta Hawks by a final score of 93-87 in Summer League play on Friday.
Ben McLemore scored 27 points with nine rebounds, while Ray McCallum had 12 points, 11 assists and six rebounds.
Mike Scott had 25 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks.