While Monte McNair says the roster is balanced and versatile, his moves have done little to bring in true forward depth.
The Sacramento Kings didn't swing for the fences this summer, but they did make some noteworthy improvements on the bench.
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How will you judge whether this season is successful or not?
Luke Walton has a lot of lineup juggling to do.
As Monte McNair continues to play it slow, is Buddy's value rising?
After an up-and-down season, the Kings could greatly benefit from some consistency.
The front office seems fine with Walton, but will his seat warm up this year?
It’s time once again for us to talk ourselves into a player playing out of position.
The 24-year-old from USC could be one of the Kings only floor spacing big men.
Sacramento was one of the worst rebounding teams in the league last season. Did they do enough to fix that this summer?
A couple of adjustments to De'Aaron's game could see him rise to the top-10 in NBA scoring.
After a career year, can Harrison Barnes find ways to continue to improve?
The Kings need more depth at the wing spot, and Louis King looked great in Las Vegas Summer League - is he ready for meaningful NBA minutes?
After a strong Summer League, how do the Kings find an opportunity for the team’s youngest player?
In his first NBA coaching role, Doug Christie wants to take care of some "unfinished business" with the Kings.
After a solid showing in the G League Bubble, Woodard looked lost for most of Summer League
A few simple adjustments could make a huge difference in Sacramento.
Let's talk about three reasons why they should be.