Kyle went for 22 pts, 4 boards, 3 assists. He hit 4 3 pointers, including a banked buzzer beater to end the first half. From what I saw, he looked adept at using his 3pt shooting persona to pump and get to the rim. He shot 4-10 from 3, and 9-20 overall, indicating he’s going to get shots up with Stockton. That’s not the most efficient performance, but nothing to complain about. Still a good shooting night. Floaters looked smooth, and he was in control enough to take contact on drives while getting a good shot up. Also had an absolute dime, one handed in transition. Good to see him work the pick and roll a little bit, a crucial aspect of the NBA game he’ll need to get more accustomed to. He did get beat a few times on defense, but that appeared to be more of a communication mistake or two rather than an overarching issue. Obviously overall talent is lower and so is athleticism in the G League but couldn’t ask for anything more in his first game. Stockton won 122-97 against Santa Cruz Warriors. Hope he gets called up for some minutes with Sacramento soon, though they have a long bench of guys that get minutes.