4 Free agents who should be on the Kings’ summer wish list

It is never too early to start thinking about the offseason and the Kings’ front office has plenty of work to do.

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3. Delon Wright

Depending on whether or not the Kings can convince Monk to stay and for how much money, they could still have room to make other small additions. If a new deal with Monk doesn’t get done, that opens up a whole other conversation. Either way, Delon Wright would be an interesting name for the Kings.

The team was already linked to him at the trade deadline, as Wright could bolster the Kings’ guard depth and provide a more experienced option than Davion Mitchell or Keon Ellis. He is a solid defender and is a 35.4 percent career three-point shooter. That number is not mind-blowing, but the last time he played in Sacramento, he shot 39.8 percent on 3.1 attempts over 27 games. Besides, it is still better than what Mitchell is averaging. 

The Kings just ran into Wright in Miami, and he hit them with 13 points, 2 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 block, and 2 steals. He played 35 minutes, which will not be a regular occurrence, but he is always active on both ends of the floor, and the Kings could use that. 

Right now, Wright makes $947,205 and will be an affordable unrestricted free agent in the summer.