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Sacramento Kings shooting guard Kevin Huerter discussed rookie Keegan Murray’s growth on and off the court after his career night vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder (29 points/14 rebounds/10-12 FG in Friday’s 118-113 home win).

(via Chris Biderman/Sacramento Bee): 

“He’s coming out of his shell,” Huerter said of Murray. “He had a career high, came in, grabbed all the towels and was passing them out, just doing his rookie duties without being asked. But he’s been great. I think he’s getting more social and more comfortable, especially on the court. And we need him, obviously.”