Sacramento Kings: Who Should Start at Power Forward?

SACRAMENTO, CA - MARCH 27: Zach Randolph
SACRAMENTO, CA - MARCH 27: Zach Randolph /
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SAN ANTONIO, TX – APRIL 15: Zach Randolph
SAN ANTONIO, TX – APRIL 15: Zach Randolph /

Zach Randolph

Earlier this month, the Kings signed Zach Randolph to a two-year deal. What Randolph brings to the table is his veteran presence and physicality. Randolph is a bruiser in the paint as he has great success in grabbing rebounds and getting second-chance points due to his post skills. Randolph also can make the three-point shot at times which displays his offensive versatility.

Although Randolph is a veteran at the age of 36, he is still a productive player. Last season, Randolph took on the role as the sixth man of his team and he averaged 14.1 points and 8.2 rebounds per game. All of this with a Memphis Grizzlies squad that competed in the playoffs.

If Randolph is granted the starting job, the team would increase in experience and toughness on both ends of the floor to start games. Randolph may be in his later years, but he can very much still handle his own against NBA competition.