By Kareem Gantt on April 19, 2014
The Sacramento Kings' season began promising. The team brought in a new owner, a new arena is coming and the team will be staying in California's capitol long-term. But in the end, the Kings were the same-old Kings, a loser with no continuity. So what must the Kings do to stay on their throne? Let's find out.
Williams was rejuvenated when he arrived from Minnesota. But then, the Kings traded for Rudy Gay, and Williams became loss in the roster shuffle. Williams is a special talent, and the Kings have to figure out how it will utilize Williams' talent next season.
McLemore had an up and down rookie season. But if the Kings want to take the next step next season, then McLemore must grow his game and become more confident in his role.
When Thomas was finally given the keys to the offense, he was sensational. Now that the world knows Thomas can play, he will now be expected to lead this team to the playoffs. Can he do it? That is the million-dollar question.
Gay's start to his Sacramento Kings' career began on a positive note. But he soon reverted back to the player who had trouble shooting mid-range jump shots, and his numbers suffered. Will Gay be able to play robin to Cousin's Batman? The Kings sure hope so.
There is no question that Cousins has all-world talent. But is he on the wrong team to display that talent? The Kings must figure out if Cousins is a player they can build around, or do they need to trade him to a contender and start over from scratch.
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