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Red hot Ray McCallum leads Sacramento Kings to Summer League title with 77-68 win against Houston

Jul 22, 2014, 1:24 AM EST

You know how you could tell Ray McCallum was hot?

Well, the 29 points is in the Summer League championship game was a pretty good indication. There was his ridiculous running fourth quarter buzzer beating three to beat the shot clock.

But really it was when he did a Jordan shrug you knew he was not going to let the Sacramento Kings lose to the Houston Rockets in the championship game of the Summer League. The Kings beat the Rockets 77-68 to win the title.

The Kings rolled out a veteran lineup by Summer League standards with guys who have NBA experience such as McCallum, Quincy Acy, Ben McLemore, MarShon Brooks and others getting run. But it was McCallum who was key, attacking off picks, keeping the offense flowing.

The Kings also got 10 points out of rookie Nik Stauskas, who should have Ben McLemore concerned about minutes come the fall. Ra’shad James had a dozen points on 4-of-7 shooting.

Houston got another big game from Dontas Motiejunas, who has been fantastic all Summer League and had 16 points. Isaiah Canaan added 17 and Nick Johnson chipped in 15 for Houston.

  1. bsplaincs - Jul 22, 2014 at 3:16 AM

    Thomas who????????? Ya the kings will be fine. Now if they can get a power forward who can rebound!!! Been missing that for at least 3 plus yrs.

  2. moseskkim - Jul 22, 2014 at 4:28 AM

    Be careful what u wish for.. Kings had a pf who can “rebound” very well: Reggie Evans lol

  3. asimonetti88 - Jul 22, 2014 at 10:41 AM

    Hey, at least Daryl Morey put together a team that got out of the first round! Baby steps.

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