Nov 29, 2013; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings shooting guard Ben McLemore (16) dribbles the ball against the Los Angeles Clippers during the overtime period at Sleep Train Arena. The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Sacramento Kings 104-98 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Sacramento Kings rookies wear Google Glass during practice (Video)

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The Sacramento Kings introduced the sports world to Google Glass this past Friday when they took on the Indiana Pacers. And while that was incredibly neat, we didn’t get to see any game action while wearing the technology.

That might take some arm twisting in the league office but the Kings did provide some practice footage of rookies Ben McLemore and Ray McCallum wearing Google Glass, which is pretty damn cool.

Kings general manager Pete D’Alessandro and assistant coach Micah Nori stood by as McLemore and McCallum went one-on-one for a while and also teamed up for some impressive tandem play which featured McLemore dunking thanks to an off the backboard assist from McCallum.

The video is understandably a little shaky (a lot like helmet cameras) but I’m sure over time technology will be able to reduce the amount of unstableness in the video.

Would be pretty cool if the NBA adopted Google glasses for the upcoming All-Star Weekend, don’t you think?

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