While the team as a collective unit didn’t impress much during the Las Vegas Summer League, there were a few standouts individually – none more than second round draft pick Ray McCallum.
McCallum, who was selected by the Sacramento Kings in the second round of the 2013 NBA Draft (No. 36 overall) was signed to a three year deal, this according to the Sacramento Bee:
The Kings announced they have signed second-round draft pick Ray McCallum.
Terms were not disclosed, but a league source said McCallum’s deal had three years guaranteed.
The Horizon League Player of the Year award winner was left off many draft radar’s when he opted to play for his Father, Ray McCallum Sr. who coaches the University of Detroit. The younger McCallum could have played for just about any school in the nation but opted to stay close to home, resulting in a lack of national exposure. UCLA, Arizona, Oklahoma, Florida and more offered McCallum scholarships.
The contract isn’t expected to exceed more than a million dollars per season, give or take.