Jimmer Fredette is still being aggressive.

But finding the balance between aggression and not dribbling into trouble remains a work in progress.

The second-year guard took 17 shots, making five in the Kings' 96-89 summer league loss to the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday afternoon at Thomas & Mack Center.

That Fredette wasn't passive on offense was a plus, but he still needs to make better decisions with the ball.

"I would like to see him move the ball more," said Kings summer league co-head coach Alex English. "When he gets in trouble, if it's not there, you've got to move the ball. Sometimes you have to move the ball before the trouble happens. It's a learning experience, and I think he learned something else today."

Fredette scored a team-high 19 points, but he was forced into tough shots – and two turnovers – by Toronto's defense.