McLemore's scoring this season has almost completely dependent upon his ability to hit threes, with all five of his double-digit efforts coming when he sinks at least three three-pointers. He has averaged 8.7 points through 13 games.
McLemore came off the bench and went 8 of 17 shooting from the field, including 3 of 9 from downtown. He finished the game with 19 points, four rebounds, one assist and one steal while logging 30 minutes of game action.
McLemore has averaged 8.3 points and 1.7 boards through his first three career games. He had not scored more than four points in a game before Saturday.
McLemore, the No. 7 pick in this year's draft, scored two points on 1 of 2 shooting. He has just six points overall on 2 of 9 shooting through his first two games, while coming off the bench in each.
Though he was widely considered one of the most talented players in the draft, there were a few knocks on guard
The one thing that has never been in question, however, has been McLemore's ability to hit the mark from long range. 19.4 percent of his fellow rookies selected McLemore as the best shooter in the class, in NBA.com's rookie survey.
McLemore shot 41.9 percent from three-point range in one season at the university of Kansas, on nearly five attempts per game. McLemore should have the green light to fire away on a Kings team that finished 10th in the league in three-point attempts last season.
McLemore is expected to start for the Kings at shooting guard, with the departure of Tyreke Evans via free agency.
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