The Bee's Jason Jones knows that the Kings' front office is going to have to put in some work in order to find a player that can shore up multiple holes on both sides of the ball for the Sacramento Kings. Kings' decision makers are confident there are many matches for the team out there, but hard to predict who will still be available when the Kings make their first-round selection in the No. 8 spot on Thursday. Here are the Top 5 prospects that Jason Jones believes will still be available with the No. 8 selection in the NBA Draft. Jason Jones The Sacramento Bee
The Bee's Jason Jones knows that the Kings' front office is going to have to put in some work in order to find a player that can shore up multiple holes on both sides of the ball for the Sacramento Kings. Kings' decision makers are confident there are many matches for the team out there, but hard to predict who will still be available when the Kings make their first-round selection in the No. 8 spot on Thursday. Here are the Top 5 prospects that Jason Jones believes will still be available with the No. 8 selection in the NBA Draft. Jason Jones The Sacramento Bee
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June 22, 2016 7:11 PM

Maybe the Kings should draft the Dalai Lama

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