What Each Sacramento King’s Player Should Focus On This Summer

April 25th, 2010 by David Spohn Leave a reply »
He had great intensity. He was perhaps the most competitive individual in the history of the sport. He possessed absurd athleticism. But perhaps as important as all of those traits, Michael Jordan's drive to add to his already brilliant repertoire every offseason is what made him the greatest of all time.

For a young, developing team like the Sacramento Kings, the work put in this summer could potentially make a profound impact. While competing Western Conference squads duke it out in the playoffs, the Kings have been on vacation since April 14. In other words, this is the time and place where improvement on the court truly takes form. I have compiled a list of the area(s) each player should work on until they report for either summer league in July, or for training camp in October. (Side note: only players under contract for 2010-11 will be evaluated).

Tyreke Evans - It's been said a million times that if Tyreke adds a consistent mid-range, he'd be unguardable. The fact is, he is nearly unguardable as is. With the addition of a consistent jump shot, Evans would hold opposing guards at his mercy. By the end of his rookie year, intelligent defenders learned ...

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