LOOK: Kings guard Ray McCallum worked out with Russell Westbrook


The have the No. 6 pick in the 2015 and accordingmed that goalkeeper Petr Cech will start in the last game of his career.Cech will be in goal for the Europa League final against Chelsea, as he bids farewell to a long and storied career in the game.Emery has confirmed that a decision about who start to the , they may draft Murray State’s Cameron Payne to help boster their depth at the point guard position.

Payne would help fill a void the Kings seemingly have spent a decade trying to fill. Though they had their shortcomings in the eyes of previous management and coaches, and remain the two most productive point guards Sacramento has had since boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says there’ll be no experiments in the Carabao Cup.He feels lifting the trophy again this season could be just as important for the current crop of players ahead of their quarter-final on Wednesday against giantkillers Colchthe team’s heyday of the early 2000s.

Darren Collison is currently backed up by Ray McCallum, who the Kings drafted in the second round in 2013. Although McCallum hasn’t been given a ton of playing time, he made incremental improvements in his game last season. In 68 games, McCallum averaged 7.4 points, 2.8 assists, and 2.6 rebouinak.The old Socceroos skipper is officially out of the club, after he was named as one of eight players released at the end of their contracts.As Villa secured promotion, they made decisions regarding players they did not see as part of their futurends in 21 minutes per game.

But this Sac Bee report and George Karl’s quote may have given McCallum some extra motivation because he just spent a week training with Oklahoma City guard .

A photo posted by Ray McCallum (@raymac3) onJun 6, 2015 at 5:23pm PDT

McCallum is only 22 years old and as a young point guard in the league, he couldn’t have picked a better teacher than Westbrook. 


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