The Kings will host five prospects Sunday for a predraft workout at the team practice facility.
The quintet includes two first-round prospects, Wisconsin forward Sam Dekker and Arizona forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.
Dekker (6-9, 219) averaged 13.9 points as a junior for the Badgers, who lost to Duke in the NCAA Championship title game. His versatility is said to be a strength but his shooting could be better. He shot just 33.1 percent from the college three-point line as a junior.
Hollis-Jefferson (6-7, 217) averaged 11.2 points and 6.8 rebounds as a sophomore for the Wildcats. He’s also seen as a prospect with versatility who could become a good defender. His offensive ability at the pro level has also been questioned.
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Neither is considered likely to be picked where the Kings are in the first round, sixth overall.
Point guard Mike Caffey (6-0, 180, Long Beach State), power forward Duje Dukan (6-10, 218, Wisconsin), and point guard Juwan Staten (5-11, 186 lbs, West Virginia) are also scheduled to be a part of the workout.