This draft could potentially make or break the franchise for years to come and could play a major role in attracting free agents.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 2/23W 116-100
- 2/25L 99-85
- 2/27L 102-88
- 3/1L 109-100
- 3/5L 110-109
- 3/6L 108-96
- 3/8L 114-104
- 3/10L 130-122
- 3/11L 105-92
- 3/13W 120-115
- 3/15W 107-101
- 3/18L 110-94
- 3/19L 118-102
- 3/22L 116-98
- 3/24L 114-100
- 3/26W 98-97
- 3/27W 91-90
- 3/29L 112-82
- 3/31L 117-89
- 4/1W 123-117
- 4/4W 98-87
- 4/7L 98-94
- 4/9L 135-128
- 4/11W 129-104
- 4/12L 115-95
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Serbian PG Milos Teodosic is drawing major interest from several NBA teams, including the Nets, Kings and Jazz.
Coming off an atypically positive season in terms of RPM, Gay intends to decline his player option and test the market.
Kevin Arnovitz and Pablo Torre on NBA draft reform, new concepts and what could replace it.
The Kings would love to bring in a young point guard to pair with their flourishing talent, and one particular player's toughness should fit in well with coach Dave Joerger.
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Will Markelle Fultz be wearing Celtic green? A trio of the nation's most prolific college guards rank in the top five of Chad Ford's current big board.
Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer
The Sacramento Kings moved into the top three of the NBA Draft Lottery, but the Philadelphia 76ers were able to swap picks thanks to a 2015 trade between the two teams. That means the Kings will pick fifth and Philadelphia will be somewhere in the top three.
Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer
The Sacramento Kings will pick 10th in the NBA Draft. This pick belongs to the New Orleans Pelicans, who traded it to the Kings as part of this year's DeMarcus Cousins deal.
A good number of agencies flat out won't work with the Kings. Others, however, have no issues with sending their clients to Sacramento.
The Undefeated: With Scott Perry in the fold, the Sacramento Kings could be changing their perception
Agents of top prospects said their clients could work out with Kings if they land a high pick in Tuesday's draft lottery
Even if the Kings win the lottery, they won't get the No. 1 pick.
The 2017 NBA draft lottery is Tuesday night. Here's our ultimate guide to every likely pick, important trade and much more for every team with a chance at a top selection.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
Magic Johnson headlines the team representatives for Tuesday night's NBA Draft Lottery.
The NBA draft lottery (Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN) could be a game-changer. Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton break down what it means for the Lakers, Celtics, Knicks and more teams.
How badly are potential draft picks avoiding the Sacramento Kings? One longtime agent said "It would be malpractice" to let his clients work out for them.
Sacramento is reportedly a possible destination for the Serbian guard currently playing for CSKA Moscow.
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
Head coach Dave Joerger will represent Sacramento Kings at the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery on May 16, league sources tell ESPN.
Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay plans to opt out of his contract and become a free agent.
With a combination of Buddy Hield, Willie Cauley-Stein and Skal Labissiere, the Kings will have to surround the young trio with a skilled point guard and small forward.
Now that the regular season has ended, the Kings are currently seeking a new point guard to continue the rebuilding process.
Marc J. Spears The Undefeated
The Kings to hire Scott Perry as executive vice-president or basketball operations, a confirmed to The Undefeated. The Vertical first reported.
Sacramento GM Vlade Divac says the Kings are hoping to add Serbian guard Bogdan Bogdanovic to their roster this summer.
Sacramento probably won't pick near the top, but if the Kings get the No. 8 pick, Dennis Smith would give them an athletic PG who can get to the rim at will.
Matt George takes a look at a Kings season that started with hope following the grand opening of the Golden 1 Center and included a trade that sent shockwaves through both the city of Sacramento and the basketball world.