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Ray Michael McCallum, Jr. (born June 12, 1991) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association (NBA). In the 2012–13 NCAA Division I men's basketball season, he was named the Horizon League Player of the Year after leading the Horizon League in scoring at 18.7 points per game and guiding the Detroit Titans to a berth in the 2013 National Invitation Tournament. McCallum also averaged 4.5 assists, 5.1 rebounds and 1.9 steals per game. On June 27, 2013, he was selected in the second round (36th overall) by the Sacramento Kings in the 2013 NBA draft.

High school career

The first two years of McCallum's high school career were spent at Bloomington High School North in Bloomington, Indiana. He then attended Detroit Country Day School in Detroit, Michigan for his final two years. In McCallum's senior season in 2009–10, he led Detroit Country Day to a state championship; in the final against J. W. Sexton, they won 71–47 behind McCallum's 32 points, eight rebounds and seven steals. For the season he averaged 22.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game.

McCallum placed third in voting for the Michigan's Mr. Basketball award, was named to the All-State Dream Teams produced by the Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News, and was a consensus Top 50 player coming out of high school. Parade magazine named him to their All-American team, as did
McDonald's. McCallum played in the 2010 McDonald's All-American Game and recorded four points, two rebounds and one steal.

Considered a four-star recruit by ESPN.com, McCallum was listed as the No. 5 point guard and the No. 17 player in the nation in 2010.

College career

McCallum chose to play at the University of Detroit Mercy for his father, Titans head coach Ray McCallum. He was "one of the most highly-recruited players in school history" and passed on scholarship offers from schools such as UCLA, Arizona, Oklahoma and Florida.

In his rookie season in 2010–11, he became the first player from the University of Detroit to make an all-Horizon League Team as a freshman, where he earned second team honors. McCallum led his team in scoring (13.5) assists (4.9 apg) and total steals (54). CollegeInsider.com named him to their Freshman All-America squad, and his 157 assists during the regular season was second in the NCAA among freshmen. On February 16, he almost recorded a triple-double against Youngstown State with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists.

McCallum followed up his strong freshman campaign with a strong sophomore year effort. He averaged 15.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.6 steals per game en route to first team all-conference honors. Detroit finished with a 22–14 overall record, making it to the first round of the NCAA Tournament. McCallum was named a Bob Cousy Award Final 20 honoree.

In 2012–13, his junior year, McCallum became the first player since 2000–01 to be named the preseason Horizon League Player of the Year and to earn that honor during the postseason as well (Detroit's Rashad Phillips had previously been named both). Even though he led the conference in scoring at 18.7 points per game, Detroit finished in second place in the regular season, did not win the conference tournament championship, and were thus relegated to a National Invitation Tournament (NIT) berth. They finished the year with a 20–13 overall record.

Professional career

On April 27, 2013, McCallum announced that he was leaving Detroit after his junior season and that he was officially declaring himself eligible for the 2013 NBA draft. He was subsequently selected with the 36th overall pick by the Sacramento Kings. On July 18, 2013, he signed with the Kings after averaging 12.6 points in the 2013 NBA Summer League. On November 21, 2013, he was assigned to the Reno Bighorns. Six days later, he was recalled by the Kings. On January 13, 2014, he was reassigned to the Bighorns. On January 21, 2014, he was recalled by the Kings. On April 2, 2014, he recorded a career high 27 points in a 107-102 win over the Los Angeles Lakers.

In July 2014, McCallum re-joined the Kings for the 2014 NBA Summer League as he went on to win the Championship Game MVP after helping the Kings win the title.

NBA career statistics
Regular season |- | style="text-align:left;"| | style="text-align:left;"| Sacramento

| 45 || 10 || 19.9 || .377 || .373 || .744 || 1.8 || 2.7 || 0.5 || 0.2 || 6.2

|- | style="text-align:left;"| | style="text-align:left;"| Sacramento

| 68 || 30 || 21.1 || .438 || .306 || .679 || 2.6 || 2.8 || 0.7 || 0.2 || 7.4

|- class="sortbottom" | style="text-align:left;"| Career | style="text-align:left;"|

| 113 || 40 || 20.6 || .414 || .329 || .701 || 2.3 || 2.7 || 0.6 || 0.2 || 6.9

References External links Sports-Reference.com Profile Detroit bio

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This article is about the current basketball player. For the college coach and his father, see

Ray McCallum . Ray McCallum, Jr.

No. 3 – Sacramento Kings

Position Point guard League NBA Personal information Born ( 1991-06-12 ) June 12, 1991 (age 23) Detroit, Michigan Nationality American Listed height

6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)

Listed weight

190 lb (86 kg)

Career information High school Bloomington North ( Bloomington, Indiana ) Detroit Country Day (Detroit, Michigan) College Detroit (2010–2013) NBA draft 2013

/ Round: 2 / Pick: 36th overall

Selected by the Sacramento Kings Pro career 2013–present Career history 2013 –present Sacramento Kings 2013–2014 → Reno Bighorns ( D-League )

Career highlights and awards

Horizon League Player of the Year

(2013)

2× First-team All-Horizon League (2012, 2013)

Horizon League

Newcomer of the Year (2011)

McDonald's High School All-American

( 2010 ) Second-team Parade All-American (2010) Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Ray Michael McCallum, Jr.

(born June 12, 1991) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the

Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association (NBA). In the

2012–13 NCAA Division I men's basketball season


, he was named the

Horizon League Player of the Year

after leading the Horizon League

in scoring at 18.7 points per game and guiding the

Detroit Titans

to a berth in the

2013 National Invitation Tournament


. [ 1 ] [ 2 ]

McCallum also averaged 4.5 assists, 5.1 rebounds and 1.9 steals per game.

[ 2 ] [ 3 ]

On June 27, 2013, he was selected in the second round (36th overall) by the

Sacramento Kings in the 2013 NBA draft
. [ 4 ] Contents 1 High school career 2 College career 3 Professional career 4 NBA career statistics 4.1 Regular season 5 References 6 External links High school career

The first two years of McCallum's high school career were spent at

Bloomington High School North

in Bloomington, Indiana
. [ 5 ] He then attended

Detroit Country Day School

in Detroit, Michigan

for his final two years.


[ 5 ]

In McCallum's senior season in 2009–10, he led Detroit Country Day to a state championship; in the final against

J. W. Sexton


, they won 71–47 behind McCallum's 32 points, eight rebounds and seven steals.

[ 5 ]

For the season he averaged 22.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game.

[ 5 ]

McCallum placed third in voting for the Michigan's Mr. Basketball award, was named to the All-State Dream Teams produced by the

Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News


, and was a consensus Top 50 player coming out of high school.

[ 5 ] Parade

magazine named him to

their All-American team
, as did McDonald

's. McCallum played in the

2010 McDonald's All-American Game

and recorded four points, two rebounds and one steal.


[ 5 ]

Considered a four-star recruit by

ESPN.com


, McCallum was listed as the No. 5 point guard and the No. 17 player in the nation in 2010.

[ 6 ] College career

McCallum chose to play at the

University of Detroit Mercy

for his father, Titans head coach

Ray McCallum


. He was "one of the most highly-recruited players in school history"

[ 5 ]

and passed on scholarship offers from schools such as

UCLA
, Arizona , Oklahoma and Florida . [ 5 ]

In his rookie season in

2010–11


, he became the first player from the University of Detroit to make an all-Horizon League Team as a

freshman


, where he earned second team honors.

[ 5 ]

McCallum led his team in scoring (13.5) assists (4.9 apg) and total steals (54).

[ 5 ] CollegeInsider.com

named him to their Freshman All-America squad, and his 157 assists during the regular season was second in the

NCAA among freshmen.
[ 5 ]

On February 16, he almost recorded a

triple-double against Youngstown State

with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists.


[ 5 ]

McCallum followed up his strong freshman campaign with a strong

sophomore

year effort. He averaged 15.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.6 steals per game en route to first team all-conference honors.


[ 2 ] [ 5 ]

Detroit finished with a 22–14 overall record, making it to the first round of the

NCAA Tournament


. McCallum was named a

Bob Cousy Award Final 20 honoree.
[ 5 ] In 2012–13 , his junior

year, McCallum became the first player since

2000–01

to be named the preseason

Horizon League Player of the Year

and to earn that honor during the postseason as well (Detroit's

Rashad Phillips

had previously been named both).


[ 1 ]

Even though he led the conference in scoring at 18.7 points per game, Detroit finished in second place in the regular season, did not win the conference tournament championship, and were thus relegated to a

National Invitation Tournament

(NIT) berth. They finished the year with a 20–13 overall record.

Professional career

On April 27, 2013, McCallum announced that he was leaving Detroit after his junior season and that he was officially declaring himself eligible for the

2013 NBA draft
. [ 3 ]

He was subsequently selected with the 36th overall pick by the

Sacramento Kings
. [ 4 ]

On July 18, 2013, he signed with the Kings after averaging 12.6 points in the

2013 NBA Summer League


. [ 7 ]

On November 21, 2013, he was assigned to the Reno Bighorns.

[ 8 ]

Six days later, he was recalled by the Kings.

[ 9 ]

On January 13, 2014, he was reassigned to the Bighorns.

[ 10 ]

On January 21, 2014, he was recalled by the Kings.

[ 11 ]

On April 2, 2014, he recorded a career high 27 points in a 107-102 win over the

Los Angeles Lakers
.

In July 2014, McCallum re-joined the Kings for the

2014 NBA Summer League

as he went on to win the Championship Game MVP after helping the Kings win the title.


[ 12 ] NBA career statistics Legend GP Games played GS Games started MPG Minutes per game FG% Field goal percentage 3P% 3-point field goal percentage FT% Free throw percentage RPG Rebounds per game APG Assists per game SPG Steals per game BPG Blocks per game PPG Points per game Bold Career high Regular season Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG 2013–14 Sacramento 45 10 19.9 .377 .373 .744 1.8 2.7 0.5 0.2 6.2 Career 45 10 19.9 .377 .373 .744 1.8 2.7 0.5 0.2 6.2 References ^ a b

"McCallum Leads Men's Basketball Award Winners"

. HorizonLeague.org

. March 4, 2013

. Retrieved November 28, 2013 . ^ a b c "Ray McCallum Stats" . Sports-Reference.com

. Sports Reference LLC

. Retrieved April 3, 2013 . ^ a b

"Ray McCallum entering NBA draft"

. ESPN.com

. April 28, 2013

. Retrieved April 30, 2013 . ^ a b "2013 NBA Draft" . Sports-Reference.com

. Sports Reference LLC

. Retrieved June 28, 2013 . ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n

"Ray McCallum - 2012-13 Men's Basketball"

. DetroitTitans.com . Retrieved November 28, 2013 . ^

Ray McCallum Recruiting Profile

^

Kings sign second-round pick McCallum

^

Kings assign guard Ray McCallum to D-League

^

KINGS RECALL RAY MCCALLUM FROM RENO BIGHORNS

^

Kings re-assign guard Ray McCallum to D-League

^

KINGS RECALL RAY MCCALLUM FROM RENO BIGHORNS

^

Kings win Las Vegas Summer League title, Ray McCallum game MVP

External links

National Basketball Association portal

Career statistics and player information from

NBA.com , or Basketball-Reference.com Sports-Reference.com Profile Detroit bio v t e Sacramento Kings current roster 3 McCallum 5 Hollins 7 Collison 8 Gay 9 Stockton 10 Stauskas 13 Williams 15 Cousins 18 Casspi 22 Miller 23 McLemore 24 Landry 25 Moreland 30 Evans 34 Thompson Head coach: Karl Assistant coaches: Bowen Brown Nori Walberg Williamson v t e United States squad –

2011 Summer Universiade – 5th place

Abromaitis Denmon Gibbs D. Green J. Green Jardine Jenkins Johnson Mangano Mbakwe McCallum Miller Coach: Painter v t e 2013 NBA draft First round Anthony Bennett Victor Oladipo Otto Porter Cody Zeller Alex Len Nerlens Noel Ben McLemore Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Trey Burke C. J. McCollum Michael Carter-Williams Steven Adams Kelly Olynyk Shabazz Muhammad Giannis Antetokounmpo Lucas Nogueira Dennis Schröder Shane Larkin Sergey Karasev Tony Snell Gorgui Dieng Mason Plumlee Solomon Hill Tim Hardaway, Jr. Reggie Bullock André Roberson Rudy Gobert Livio Jean-Charles Archie Goodwin Nemanja Nedović Second round Allen Crabbe Àlex Abrines Carrick Felix Isaiah Canaan Glen Rice, Jr. Ray McCallum, Jr. Tony Mitchell Nate Wolters Jeff Withey Grant Jerrett Jamaal Franklin Pierre Jackson Ricky Ledo Mike Muscala Marko Todorović Erick Green Raul Neto Ryan Kelly Erik Murphy James Ennis Romero Osby Lorenzo Brown Colton Iverson Arsalan Kazemi Joffrey Lauvergne Peyton Siva Alex Oriakhi Deshaun Thomas Bojan Dubljević Jānis Timma v t e

Horizon League Men's Basketball Player of the Year

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