By Miotch @_Report on March 29, 2014
The Sacramento Kings have three different players on their roster averaging 20 or more points per game, which is amazing. The problem is the Kings don’t have anybody else. Isaiah Thomas is a restricted free agent at the end of the season, but there’s zero chance he's gone. Rudy Gay would also be smart to not opt out.
Boris Diaw is a slippery defender who moves around quickly for a man of such obesity. He could somehow squeeze his way into the the Kings' starting lineup at power forward.
One of the premier defenders in the NBA today. Sefolosha would compliment the outstanding threesome of scorers the Kings presently have.
Hinrich is a really good all-around basketball player whose worth cannot be measured in dollars. He works great alongside a quick point guard, so the Kings would be geniuses if they could lure Hinrich away from Chicago.
Averaging 17.5 points on the season, Gasol is still the man. He's also still one of the best passing big men in the league, and can give the Kings what they've been missing since Vlade Divac left. The Kings better target Gasol.
Yes, the Kings already have a fine starting point guard of their own, but Bledsoe has thrived playing in the same backcourt as fellow point guard Goran Dragic. Of course, a Bledsoe-Thomas backcourt would make the Kings undersized, but the mismatches created would be bonkers. Bledsoe is the most explosive free agent out there.
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