1. Alec Burks
Alec Burks is currently in his thirteenth NBA season, playing for the rebuilding Detroit Pistons. The 32-year-old shooting guard already has a long career as a professional basketball player under his belt, playing for seven different teams and making the postseason four times so far.
One of those teams is the Sacramento Kings, but his time there was limited. Burks only played 13 games in a Kings jersey in 2018-19, averaging around nine minutes a game, and looked sort of out of place the entire time. He never got a chance to get settled as a King, and fans never got a chance to get used to having him on the team.
The 2018-19 season was a tumultuous one for Burks. He started the season with the Utah Jazz, who traded him and two future second-round picks to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Kyle Korver. In the wine and gold, he played 34 games before being moved again and landing in Sacramento for the rest of the season.
This move marked the end of a seven-season stay with the Jazz, the team that drafted him. His time there was continuously interrupted due to injuries, but after seeing him with the same squad for so long, it seemed rather weird to see him with the Kings.