The Sacramento Kings recently addressed their point guard vacancy by signing Ty Lawson to a non-guaranteed one-year deal, but do the Kings still have a hole at the point guard position?
Right now there is somewhat of a void present at the point guard spot for Sacramento, even with the addition to Lawson.
The news recently came out that Darren Collison will get some jail time, as well as an inevitable suspension from the NBA due to his domestic violence charge. This means that Collison will not be available for the Kings in the early stages of next season.
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What is also newsworthy is that recently drafted rookie Isaiah Cousins hasn’t signed a contract yet with the Kings. Most likely, in my opinion, a deal will be struck between the two parties, but for now, Cousins’s future with the Kings is uncertain at the moment.
Considering both situations that pertain to both Collison and Cousins, it means that right now there is only one point guard available for the Sacramento Kings to open the season with, Ty Lawson.
Bottom line, at the moment the Kings do have to fill a need at the point guard position. Nevertheless, that could be changed if they do decide to bring on Cousins for this upcoming season, which is a forthcoming action in my opinion.
However, if the reality does happen where Cousins is not on the opening game roster, there are still quality guards that the Kings could choose from that are available in free agency.
So Kings fans, what are your opinions on Sacramento’s point guard situation. Do you think they should go out and find another point guard other than Isaiah Cousins?