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NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: James Young

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Our draft previews conclude with Kentucky's James Young, a raw talent with great range and an excellent looking jumper but who had minimal defensive success or intensity.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Rodney Hood

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As we enter Draft Week our next target is Duke's Rodney Hood, one of the best shooters in the class with serious intensity issues on defense.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Adreian Payne

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Michigan State's Adreian Payne is a fan-favorite option due to his offensive range, athleticism and solid all-around game.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Julius Randle

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Kentucky's bruising Power Forward is the best low-post scorer in the class and is a beast on the boards, but his lack of a jump-shot or defensive awareness keep him from being a picture-perfect fit...

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Aaron Gordon

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Next on our Draft tour is Arizona forward Aaron Gordon, an exceptionally gifted athlete and great defender with a seriously inconsistent jumpshot. Would the Kings select such a raw player while...

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Marcus Smart

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Marcus Smart is one of the most popular Mock Draft selections for Sacramento, but do his poor shooting percentages keep him from being a good fit for the Kings?

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Elfrid Payton

Mid Major star Elfrid Payton is one of the rising names in this draft class due to his pass-first nature and defensive skills. Will the Kings serious consider taking him at pick No. 8?

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Doug McDermott

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The shooting star from Creighton is the most polarizing player in a class of polarizing players. Would forward Doug McDermott be a good fit in Sacramento?

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Gary Harris

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Michigan State's Gary Harris is the classes top shooting guard prospect thanks to his excellent defense and solid shooting range. Would the undersized Harris fit in well with Sacramento?

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Nik Stauskas

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Michigan's Nik Stauskas is one of the best shooters in the class and has great offensive IQ, but does his poor defensive awareness keep him from being a good fit for Sacramento?

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Zach LaVine

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UCLA super freak Zach LaVine is next on our Draft tour, possessing insane athleticism and a solid shooting stroke but not much else in the immediate future. Would the Kings take a risk on such a...

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Joel Embiid

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Next on our grand tour of 2014 NBA Draft prospects, we taunt ourselves with the potential of Joel Embiid, a 7'0 center who snagged the top spot on Sactown Royalty's community draft board.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Jusuf Nurkic

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Next in our 2014 Draft Scouting Reports is Jusuf Nurkic, a 7'0 center from Bosnia with a nice post game but raw basketball instincts.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Kyle Anderson

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Our 2014 NBA Draft prospects tour continues with UCLA's Kyle Anderson, a truly unique player with many offensive talents but many well-defined weaknesses.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Dario Saric

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Next on our grand tour of the 2014 NBA Draft prospects is Croatian star Dario Saric, a 6'10 point-forward with exceptional basketball IQ.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Andrew Wiggins

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Our series of draft profiles continues with Kansas star Andrew Wiggins, a polarizing favorite for the top selection.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Tyler Ennis

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Our series of draft profiles continues with Syracuse guard Tyler Ennis, a projected late-lottery selection with all-around solid point guard skills.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Dante Exum

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Our series of draft profiles continues with Australian combo-guard Dante Exum, a likely top-five selection come June 26th.

NBA Draft 2014 Scouting Profile: Noah Vonleh

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With the Kings officially slotted at the No. 8 spot for the 2014 draft, we'll take a look over the next month at many possible prospects. First up: Indiana big man Noah Vonleh.

March Madness - NBA Prospect Watch

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With one of the most entertaining Tournaments in history come to a close, we take a look at the NBA prospects in the Final Four.

Kings falter late in 93-91 loss to Mavericks

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Gay and Cousins dominated, but Sacramento's depth struggled and Kings couldn't close out seventh seeded Mavericks.

March Madness - NBA Prospect Watch, Final Four

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Another fantastic week of college hoops has cut the field down to four teams, but left plenty to discuss about potential NBA prospects.

March Madness - NBA Prospect Watch, Sweet Sixteen

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After a fantastic week of hoops, we take a look at how the top NBA prospects performed.

March Madness 2014 - NBA Prospect Watch

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Selection Sunday has lined up the matchups for 68 NCAA teams. We take a look at the top NBA prospects in the tournament.

The most interesting debate in the top five is where Thomas Robinson and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist...

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The most interesting debate in the top five is where Thomas Robinson and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist will land. The certainties, at least at this juncture according to team sources, are Anthony Davis to New Orleans and Bradley Beal and/or Harrison Barnes staying in the top four. That means either Robinson or Kidd-Gilchrist could slide out of the top four to Sacramento at No. 5 or below. Courtesy to A Royal Pain, who posted about this a few minutes ago. http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/blog/_/name/katz_andy/id/8056103/nba-hopefuls-chime-sec-teams-leaving-kentucky-florida-vanderbilt-college-basketball

Henson to work out in Sacramento

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From Jason Jones on Twitter - "UNC PF John Henson said his first workout will be Monday in Sacramento. Knows and likes Cousins. I could see Kings taking him at 5."

Rumor: Roy contemplating retirement?

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From Alex Kennedy of HOOPSWORLD: "League sources say that Roy may consider retirement if the Blazers decide to waive him. Roy has been weighing his options and asking a number of people if he would still be able to collect his amnesty money if he chooses to retire. The 27-year-old has had arthroscopic surgery on both of his knees and played in just 47 games last season."

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