Sacramento Kings Post Draft Offseason Moves

June 28th, 2010 by Ryan Smith Leave a reply »
The Sacramento Kings had arguably one of the best drafts in 2010. They were able to select Demarcus Cousins with the #5 pick, and they were fortunate to have Hassan Whiteside slide all the way to them in the second round at their #33 selection. Other than the draft, the Kings also made a trade in which they acquired Samuel Dalembert. The Kings now have a problem in the front court that any coach would love to have... They have a crowded front court of talent and will need to figure out how to give satisfying playing time to all their bigs. Although the Kings have done a good job of filling some holes this offseason, they still have more to fill. They could use a point guard if they feel like keeping Tyreke Evans at the 2, like they did toward the last quarter of last season, and they could also use a good shooting guard or small forward for Tyreke to be able to kick the ball out to when he drives. Let's look at some moves that the Kings will or should be looking to make in order to put this team in the best possible shape heading into next season.Begin Slideshow


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