SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- The Sacramento Kings have traded guard Ray McCallum to the San Antonio Spurs for a second-round pick in next year's draft. The teams announced the deal Thursday. Sacramento selected McCallum in the second round and 36th overall in 2013. McCallum averaged 6.9 points, 2.7 assists and 20.7 minutes per game the past two seasons. He started 30 of the 68 games...
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In exchange for a 2016 second round pick, the San Antonio Spurs have acquired guard Ray McCallum from the Sacramento Kings, the team announced Thursday. McCallum, 24, is a 6’3″ point guard who can play both the point and shooting guard positions. He was drafted by the Kings in the second round back in 2013. […]
The San Antonio Spurs have traded a second-round pick to the Sacramento Kings in exchange for Ray McCallum. The 24-year-old guard averaged 7.4 points, 2.8 assists and 2.6 rebounds per game last season. The Kings drafted McCallum with the 36th pick in 2013. Sources say San Antonio has agreed to a trade a future second-round pick to Sacramento for Ray McCallum to replace Cory Joseph...
What's the best way to get better at basketball? Playing with people who are better than you. Ray McCallum has taken that mentality to heart.The Kings backup point guard will spend the summer working out with a point guard who is certainly more talented (and effective) than him. From the Kings' Twitter account:Westbrook finished in the top five in MVP voting and is clearly one of...
A rookie in the NBA has many growing pains. From rookie hazing, the coach being extra hard on you, lack of quality playing time to opposing teams focusing on your lack of pro-level experience. Yes being a rookie in the NBA is difficult and nothing proved this more than Kings' Ray McCallum recent stint at trying to defend Sixers' Tony Wroten. During the first quarter of the...
Sacramento Kings guard Jimmer Fredette accidentally left Ray McCallum hanging on a high five attempt during the second quarter of Sunday's game against Cleveland.Fredette was in the game and giving high fives to some of his teammates on the bench. However, Fredette turned away to get ready for the action on the court to restart just as McCallum put his hand up. That's just bad...
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