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Question of the Game: Ray McCallum

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Have a question for the rookie? Leave it in the thread and he may answer it after the Kings take on the New Orleans Pelicans tonight!

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Today's Question of the Game is for Kings rookie Ray McCallum.

The Question of the Game thread allows Str readers to pose a question for a particular player during a home game. Based on which question gets the highest number of recs (and how reasonable it is), I will track the player down and ask them that question during the postgame. The answer will then be posted right here in the thread.

Make sure to keep it to one question unless you have two questions that tie in together.

McCallum has recently seen an uptick in his minutes in the guard rotation with the departure of Marcus Thornton and Jimmer Fredette. McCallum is averaging 3.5 points, 2 assists and 1.6 rebounds in his last eight games played. On Saturday against the Minnesota Timberwolves, the rookie out of the University of Detroit Mercy, scored 9 points, tallied 5 assists and grabbed 3 rebounds.

Over the summer, we did a feature on McCallum and his relationship with his father Ray McCallum Sr., who is the head basketball coach at the University of Detroit Mercy. McCallum seems like a good kid with a legit grasp on the fundamentals of the game, but he still has a lot to learn. The Kings are trying to get him as many minutes at they can in this final stretch of the season.

So you know the drill, leave your question for McCallum in this thread and start pressing those rec buttons!