Sacramento Kings Trade Second Round Pick To Indiana Pacers In Exchange For Bubble Gum

With a youthful team and an eventual potential roster crunch, GM Geoff Petrie and the Sacramento Kings front office didn’t feel the need to keep their second rounder, despite some hard hitting talent left on the big board.

While names like Quincy Miller and Draymond Green remained available, the Kings opted to select Orlando Johnson on Indiana’s behalf, sending the UC Santa Barbara alum to the mid-west in exchange for cash.

The incoming money is expected to be spent on more Wells Fargo stock and/or another failed business. Or more hair extensions for Adrienne Maloof, whichever is on sale first.

Topics: Indiana Pacers, NBA Draft, Sacramento Kings

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