Barnes didn't have a bad year last year, but can he be even better this season?
As we wrap up our 20Q series, we ask the biggest question of all.
What nicknames can we come up with for our newest Kings? Who knows, maybe some of these will get picked up for the long haul.
The Kings rookie has impressed early, could he take home ROY honors?
The Western Conference is stacked, and the Kings' roster is... not.
If Bagley can stay healthy, there's still plenty of opportunity for him to prove he is a franchise pillar for this team. But the clock is ticking.
Hassan Whiteside's numbers are fantastic, but what about his impact?
Some of the older faces could benefit from the surrounding incoming talent.
Is the Kings Head Coach doomed from the start?
I know what you're thinking, but this squad might have the pieces to get some stops for once.
As it stands, the Kings lack quality, if any, initiating behind De'Aaron Fox.
Harrison Barnes hasn't lived up to his contract thus far, but all hope is not lost.
The sharpshooting shooting guard needs to get back to his 2018-2019 self.
One more bad season wouldn't be the end of the world, not when the 2021 draft class is looming.
Richaun Holmes rightfully won the starting center job last season, but with Marvin Bagley back and the signing of Hassan Whiteside, will he keep it?
The competition for wing minutes could be a juicy one.
The system is going to change a lot or a little depending on who you listen to.
An oddly unaggressive offseason may signal the start of a quick reset around De'Aaron Fox.
The former #2 overall pick is entering his third season, with a plethora of looming questions to resolve.