Sacramento Kings Rumors
Marc J. Spears: Kings free agent center Ryan Hollins garnering interest from the Kings and Pelicans, a source said.
The new General Manager of the Sacramento Kings, on Saturday evening, helped navigate my way home from the Foo Fighters concert. You haven’t lived until you hear Vlade Divac, on the Waze traffic app, tell you: “red light camera coming up — don’t get caught flopping!” I was not aware until Saturday that this was a thing.
Veteran swingman Omri Casspi has agreed to terms on a new deal that will keep him with the Sacramento Kings, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that Casspi and the Kings are finalizing a two-year, $6 million deal to keep the first Israeli in NBA history with the franchise that drafted him and reacquired him last summer.
James Ham: I am hearing that there is a good chance Corliss Williamson will be back with the Kings as an assistant, but again, nothing confirmed yet.
Marc Stein: ESPN sources say Kosta Koufos is headed to Sacramento on a four-year deal worth $33 million: 5 more rumors
Tom Ziller: I don’t think Casspi is coming back. He wants more than what the Kings are willing to give. Boogie and Karl want him, though.
Brad Turner: Clippers have had conversations about bringing center Ryan Hollins back, sources. Hollins played for Doc Rivers in Boston and in LA during 2013-14 season. Hollins viewed as a backup center.
Eric Moreland: It’s officially been 6 months since surgery! I’m all healthy and ready for that action! How fun is that going to be with me WCS lurking
Steve Kyler: Hearing Tobias Harris received MAX offer from the Kings, strongly considered it. Appeal of staying in Orlando and a solid offer sealed deal
Paul Garcia: Marco Belinelli via @Davide Chinellato: “I have to thank Coach Popovich who believed in me, who has been a father.” gazzetta.it/Nba/03-07-2015…
Paul Garcia: Belinelli: ‘I had the privilege of playing with 3 giants of the basketball world in Duncan, Ginobili & Parker.’ gazzetta.it/Nba/03-07-2015…
Emiliano Carchia: Another source confirms that the Kings are seriously considering Miroslav Raduljica. The Serbian big man is free agent
Derrick Williams: Sacramento was more than I expected, thank you to all the fans for all the the support the last year and a half ! But I’m a New York Knick now. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere #Knickstape !
Chris Broussard: Sources: Derrick Williams agrees to 2-year, $10 million deal with Knicks. Player option for second year: 2 more rumors
Rondo spent Thursday night in Sacramento and had dinner with close friend and new teammate Rudy Gay for over three hours. The two became close as McDonald’s high school All-Americans and Rondo even served as a groomsman in Gay’s wedding. Gay was advising his friend throughout the free agency process and even played matchmaker for the Kings and Rondo.
Friday morning, Rondo and his representatives met with Kings vice president of basketball operations Vlade Divac and interim general manager Mike Bratz.