How The Sacramento Kings Are Building A Potential Superteam

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Through Free Agency

Every team needs their share of free agents. The Miami Heat instantly formed a super team when they added LeBron James and Chris Bosh to join Dwyane Wade. However, I don’t see the Kings doing it that way. With numerous youngsters on the roster, the Kings played free agency smart and brought in key veterans who could do more than just play. The Kings signed George Hill, Zach Randolph and Vince Carter this summer to also be mentors.

The Kings will have plenty of cap space to sign veterans of need and potentially some high-caliber players (2019, I’m looking at you). Free agency is the best and sometimes guaranteed way to address needs because you never know how rookies will turn out, and the Kings have done just that this past summer.

If they continue to pull the right cards, the Kings could start to attract high-profile free agents just like the Warriors with Kevin Durant. Most Warrior fans wouldn’t even know they were horrific, and wait for it, garbage, before the 2012-2013 season.