One thing that has gotten better, is the watchibility of the Kings and made them seem like a somewhat competent team who can hang around with anybody.
McLemore has been getting all the shots/minutes he can handle and he is definitely getting played to go thru the growing pains. Malone literally said that almost verbatim just yesterday after the game So the addition of Gay, IMO, doesn't hinder Mclemore's growth or development. If anything it just helps put Mclemore in better position to succeed by taking a huge part of the load that the rookie clearly isn't ready for.
I don't really care too much about the wins right now tbh and I don't want to sound like a complacent fan, but right now I just want to see this team improve and progress regardless of what the W/L columns shows