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Sacramento Kings | #26 | Guard-Forward











6'5" | 180lb | 30 years

Player Bio

Jeremy Emmanuel Lamb was born in 1992 in Henrico, Virginia. He is the son of Rolando and Angela Lamb. His father played college ball at Virginia Commonwealth University. Jeremy has three siblings: Ronaldo, Zachary and Destiny. Brother Zach played collegiate ball for Cal State Bakersfield. Lamb attended Norcross High School in Norcross, Georgia. During his senior season, he led the Blue Devils to a 27-3 record, a regional championship and the Elite 8 of the state playoffs. In May of 2018, Lamb took 30 kids from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Carolinas on a $100 per-child shopping spree. Fans can learn more about Lamb on Twitter (@jlamb) and Instagram (@jeremylamb1). Jeremy Lamb spent two years (2010-2012) at the University of Connecticut, playing in 75 career games for the Huskies and starting all but one of them. Lamb burst onto the scene as a freshman, becoming a key piece alongside Kemba Walker and Shabazz Napier as the Huskies shocked the world on their way to a national championship victory. That season, Lamb averaged 11.1 points and 4.5 rebounds a game for the Huskies -- numbers which led to his being named to the Big East All-Freshman team. Lamb averaged 16.2 points and 4.8 rebounds while shooting 58-percent from the field in the NCAA Tournament, adding 12 points and seven rebounds in UConn's national championship victory over Butler. As a sophomore in 2011-12, Lamb appeared in 34 games for UConn and generated 17.7 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game. An AP Preseason All-American, Lamb's numbers helped him make the All-Big East first team.