If Kings rookie guard Ray McCallum hasn’t had his “welcome to the NBA” moment yet, he did Wednesday when Tony Wroten’s crossover dribble broke his ankles and sent him to the floor.
In the first quarter of the Kings-76ers battle, Wroten got an isolation against McCallum on the right wing. A crossover in front of McCallum and an around-the-back dribble, had the former Detroit Titans standout reaching for air and picking himself off the deck.
The move was fine and dandy, but the second-year Wroten didn’t reward himself by blowing the lay-up – cue the “The Price is Right” horn. All wasn’t lost for McCallum as he did show a sick break dance move getting off the floor.
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