Sacramento Kings: 3 Takeaways From The 2019 NBA Offseason

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SACRAMENTO, CA – JULY 1: Harrison Barnes #40, De’Aaron Fox #5, Buddy Hield #24 of the Sacramento Kings attend the game against the Golden State Warriors on July 1, 2019 at the Golden 1 Center, in Phoenix, Arizona. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2019 NBAE (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)

It has been a busy NBA offseason for Vlade Divac and the Sacramento Kings. Now that the summer is almost over, let us evaluate how they did.

The NBA offseason this summer has been a wild one. With top-tier players throughout the league constantly moving to different teams, this summer is arguably the most exciting offseason that the NBA has experienced.

But even though none of the league’s best guys decided to take their talents to California’s capital, the Sacramento Kings were still able to have quite the offseason.

It started with the NBA Draft where Vlade Divac used all of his three second-round picks to acquire three shooting guards. Two of them recently were on the franchise’s summer league team in Justin James and Kyle Guy.

Then free agency started where the Kings made a splash on the very first day. The purple and white were successful in acquiring five guys in Trevor Ariza, Harrison Barnes, Dewayne Dedmon, Richaun Holmes, and Cory Joseph.

For the most part, the Sacramento Kings’ roster is pretty much filled for the 2019-20 campaign where the team has the ultimate goal of finally breaking their notorious postseason drought that is currently 13 years long.

Now that the Kings and Divac have endured the tough stages of the offseason, what are the main takeaways from their actions this summer?

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