Kings of the Draft: Sacramento’s Options

The Kings have the most options at hand.

As a part of the trade that involved sending DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans, the Sacramento Kings received New Orleans first round draft pick this year.

The NBA Draft Lottery was held last Wednesday, and no Sacramento won’t be picking from the top three. However, they will draft at picks 5 and 10, and are in an incredible position to make moves.

Who are some optimal combo choices for the Kings, or should they even use both draft picks? My take:

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New York Knicks, 8 Too Late?

De’Aaron Fox is out, who’s in?

As has the rest of the season, the NBA Draft Lottery did not fall in the Knicks’ favor. Opposed to moving up in to the Top 3, New York actually fell back to pick number eight.

Eyes were set on De’Aaron Fox, but now? My thoughts:

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New York Knicks: the Monk or the Fox?

Who’s a better fit for New York?

The New York Knicks have been consistent through one factor in recent years: the lack of a true point guard. Now, with a likelihood of picking at seven or higher, a plethora of proficient young guards will be available. With eyes set on Malik Monk and De’Aaron Fox, who fits better for a team ready to rebuild?

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