When the Kings said they’d begin playing Ray McCallum ahead of Jimmer Fredette after the All-Star Break, there were some predictable reactions — namely that the decision was a basketball crime against Fredette.
Kings coach Michael Malone cannot praise McCallum enough:
“For me, Ray is growing up in front of our eyes. The last couple of games he played meaningful minutes, making big plays and showing no fear. They tried to post him up and go at him with Tyreke Evans, but I think that people are going to realize that Ray McCallum can guard. He can guard the one, two, and some threes.”
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