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Kings sign players to help depth

ESPN NBA writers agree that Sacramento made smart signings that went under-the-radar. Bringing in Rajon Rondo, Kosta Kufous and Marco Belinelli help multiple positions for the Kings. 5-on-5: Free-agency

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Report: Divac seeks drastic improvement after roster overhaul

Vlade Divac, vice president of basketball and franchise operations, has made a bunch of moves since he took charge of running the Sacramento Kings basketball operations group and he likely believes the team should be a lot better next season.

Omri Casspi staying with Kings

Sources told ESPN that Casspi and the Kings are finalizing a 2-year, $6M deal to keep the first Israeli in NBA history with the Kings -- the team that drafted him. (via Marc Stein)

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Report: Kings hope Rondo will improve ball movement

The Sacramento Kings have had poor ball movement and disappointing assist averages for almost a decade. The team is hopeful that pairing Rajon Rondo and Darren Collison in the backcourt will finally get the offense back on track.

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Kings land Griz big man in free agency

Sources told ESPN.com that Kosta Koufos and the Kings have agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth a fully guaranteed $33 million, with an option for Koufos to return to free agency after Year 3 in the summer of 2018. Story

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2dMarc Stein

Sources: Kings to sign Koufos for 4 years, $33M

Free-agent center Kosta Koufos will leave the Grizzlies to sign a four-year, $33 million deal with the Sacramento Kings, league sources told ESPN.com.

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Will Rondo, Belinelli help Kings much?

Kevin Pelton isn't convinced Friday's free-agent agreements with guards Rajon Rondo and Marco Belinelli will allow the Kings to satisfy their long-suffering fans. Pelton's Day 3 analysis (Insider)

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Rondo doesn't reduce Kings' mess

Amin Elhassan says Rajon Rondo destroyed his value during his stint in Dallas: "There was only one team that seemed to be interested in his services. It would be the team that is leading the league in dysfunction."

Rondo agrees to join Kings (3:18)
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Rajon Rondo's productivity sliding

Since averaging a career-high 11.7 assists per game in 2011-12, Rondo's average has declined every year, falling to 7.9 APG last season -- his lowest mark since 2007-08.

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Rondo headed to Sacramento

Sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein that Rajon Rondo has agreed to a 1-year/$9.5M deal with the Kings, where he'll team up with fellow former Kentucky Wildcat DeMarcus Cousins. The deal was first reported by Yahoo.

Belinelli, Kings agree to three-year deal (2:01)
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Kings add veteran guard

Free agent Marco Belinelli and the Kings have agreed to a three-year deal worth $19M, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. Belinelli (9.2 PPG) was a bargain at $2.8 million for the Spurs last season.

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Pelton: Breaking down Day 3 free-agent deals

The Mavs landed DeAndre Jordan, the Knicks got a frontcourt and the Kings rolled the dice on Rajon Rondo. Kevin Pelton sorts through the third day of free agency.

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4dMarc Stein

Sources: Kings offering Matthews 4 years, $64M

The Sacramento Kings have offered free-agent shooting guard Wesley Matthews a four-year, $64 million deal in hopes of luring him to the California capital, according to league sources.

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5dMarc Stein

Sources: Kings eye Matthews, trade Stauskas

The Sacramento Kings have entered the race for free-agent swingman Wesley Matthews, according to league sources, and have agreed to a trade with Philadelphia in an effort to clear cap space.

Kings ship 3 to Sixers to clear cap space

Philadelphia will get Carl Landry, Jason Thompson and Sacramento's 2014 first-round pick Nik Stauskas, according to ESPN and multiple reports. The deal was first reported by Yahoo! Sports. Sacramento has entered the race for the Blazers free agent swingman Wesley Matthews, according to league sources. Story

Sacramento a royal fit for Rondo

The Kings have requested a meeting with Rajon Rondo, according to ESPN and multiple reports. Sources told ESPN's Marc Stein that Rondo, no matter where he ends up, is likely to sign a one-year deal. Sources say that Rudy Gay has been one of the loudest voices in the organization trying to lure Rondo to Sacramento.

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game101.314th
Rebounds Per Game44.29th
Assists Per Game20.326th
Points Allowed105.028th

Team History