The Sacramento Kings front office wants to maintain long-term flexibility while improving the core of the team.
The lack of size in the Kings main rotation players continues to be a big disadvantage against large teams like the Pelicans.
Murray's game is growing, and it's helping the Kings overall.
What a finish!
We asked NBA + Indiana Pacers reporter Caitlin Cooper to help us get to know Chris Duarte.
And it was great to see.
Sacramento managed to draft a versatile, high-IQ player at pick 34.
Sidy Cissoko's jumps off the tape with his defensive intensity, physicality, and two-way ambition. But would the Kings gamble on his questionable jumpshot?
Bilal Coulibaly has been climbing draft boards recently because of his intriguing youth, size, athleticism, and flashes on both ends.
Max Lewis has strong scoring upside, but will have to adjust his role and defensive tenacity at the next level.
Indiana big man Trayce Jackson-Davis was a true two-way force for Indiana this season. Could he be the bench big the Kings have been looking for?
Could Sacramento be the squad to gamble on Noah Clowney’s upside as a two-way ideal role player?
On-paper, the EuroLeague MVP is a great offensive fit alongside De'Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis.
A year ago, Dariq Whitehead was considered a lottery prospect. After an injury-riddled season at Duke, is he a possible buy-low star in the making?
Kris Murray exceeded all expectations a year after his brother did the same for Iowa. Should the Sacramento Kings be willing to double-up on the Murray twins?
De'Aaron Fox and Malik Monk were relentless.
The Sacramento Kings are gaining some valuable lessons in this first-round series that will no doubt help them as they continue to build.
The Kings have found success through two games by being physical, winning the pace battle, and maintaining their poise.
Star Fox delivers again. This time against the Chicago Bulls.
Let's take a look at a handful of examples of Mike Brown leading this Sacramento Kings franchise this season.