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  • The Bee's Jason Jones gives three takeaways from Sacramento Kings' 2015-16 season

    These are the issues the Kings need to address if they're going to turn this NBA franchise around. It starts at the top, the front office needs to straighten up. Then the coaching situation - who are you going to bring in? - is important, but it depends on fixing the front office. Finally, let's look at the players.

These are the issues the Kings need to address if they're going to turn this NBA franchise around. It starts at the top, the front office needs to straighten up. Then the coaching situation - who are you going to bring in? - is important, but it depends on fixing the front office. Finally, let's look at the players. Jason Jones The Sacramento Bee
These are the issues the Kings need to address if they're going to turn this NBA franchise around. It starts at the top, the front office needs to straighten up. Then the coaching situation - who are you going to bring in? - is important, but it depends on fixing the front office. Finally, let's look at the players. Jason Jones The Sacramento Bee

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