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“The Sacramento Kings need more than just talent,” Wasserman penned before picking the team’s dream fit. “They need someone to change their identity and culture. That’s why they’ll value Luka Doncic over Arizona’s Deandre Ayton, Duke’s Marvin Bagley III and Texas’ Mohamed Bamba.”
More so than any other team in the race toward the bottom, the Sacramento Kings just need to draft the best player available, so long as selecting him will work toward imbuing the organization with a winning culture. And this can be spun positively, since they have intriguing pieces at every single position.
None of De’Aaron Fox, Buddy Hield, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Justin Jackson, Skal Labissiere, Harry Giles and Willie Cauley-Stein are guaranteed to blossom into stars. But they’re all working with vast reserves of potential still remaining dormant, which means the Kings have legitimate upside at every traditional position in a lineup.
That makes the 2018 draft easier. Just get the best player.
The Slovenian guard, as Wasserman went on to explain, can fit next to Fox: “Doncic offers enough versatility to run the show and make the decisions or play alongside De’Aaron Fox, who may be better suited working with a strong passer and shooter in the backcourt.”
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