Many NBA rookies are brought along slowly into their new team’s rotations — Keegan Murray isn’t one of them. The fourth overall pick and Summer League MVP sat out the Sacramento Kings’ first contest but made a major impact in game No. 2, gathering a bounce pass from De’Aaron Fox and calmly knocking down a three-pointer for the first bucket of his career. Murray was far from finished, as he connected on seven of his 10 shots for 19 points — the third-most by a Kings rookie in a season debut — while adding five rebounds, two assists, two blocks and three triples in a battle against the LA Clippers on October 22, 2022.
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