Kings legend Peja, son Andrej show off lethal 3-point shooting originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
It all runs in the family.
During a recruiting visit to Oregon for his son, Andrej, Kings legend Peja Stojaković showed he can still drain it from deep. And Andrej proved that he's no slouch shooting the basketball either.
Practicing how to shoot when a defender flies by, the elder Stojaković knocked down a three with ease, as is to be expected.
After, the 18-year-old showed off his shooting stroke, hitting nothing but net on his two attempts.
Sporting a wide base, Andrej Stojaković's form is near impeccable, bringing the ball in front of his face while keeping his elbow in during his motion.
Additionally, he tilts his head back after releasing the ball and tracks the ball as it flies through the air and into the basket, and holds the follow-through.
Listed at 6-foot-7 and 185 pounds, Andrej is considered a four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports. ESPN ranks him as the 24th best prospect in the class of 2023, with offers from top-tier Division I programs such as Kansas, Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, UCLA and Oregon.
It should be no surprise that Peja Stojaković's son Andrej can shoot the rock, considering the former was a career 40 percent 3-point shooter.
If the younger Stojaković can keep honing in on his craft, the Kings could see another familiar sweet-stroking 3-point specialist in the future.