Keegan Murray was the only All-Rookie First Team selection to make the postseason. Not only that, he played a major role in helping end the Sacramento Kings’ 17-year playoff drought as the fourth pick in the 2022 draft averaged 12.2 points and 4.6 rebounds on 41.1 3-point shooting across 78 starts. Among rookies, the versatile Murray impacted the game in a multitude of ways, ranking second in 3-point percentage, sixth in points per game, eighth in field-goal percentage, seventh in blocks and was tied for fourth in total steals. He became the 10th rookie in franchise history to be named to the All-Rookie First Team and his 206 3-pointers made were an all-time record for a first-year player, beating Donovan Mitchell’s previous record of 187. The 6-foot-8 forward became the fourth Kings rookie to earn Rookie of the Month honors in consecutive months and posted 11 games with five or more treys while making one in 32 straight games — the third-longest streak for a rookie in league history. Murray posted a career-high 29 points and 14 rebounds on January 20, one of seven rookies in 2022-23 to post a 25-10 game. His 976 points were the most for a Kings rookie since 2010-11.
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