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The Sacramento Kings have had to deal with a lot of turmoil in recent years. The Kings have been rumored to be moving for years. The Maloof brothers were considering the possibility of moving the tam from Sacramento to Anaheim. The idea of moving the team to Las Vegas was never really a possibility because of the NBA's strict anti-gambling approach. The team already moved to Sacramento from Kansas City in the past. This means that the concept of moving is certainly not out of the realm of possibility given the team's history. The Sacramento Kings had a unique situation where the mayor of their city was an NBA player, in Kevin Johnson. He certainly felt the need to keep the Sacramento Kings in Sacramento, and he was willing to give the owners a number of tax incentives in order to get this done.
The Kings had some very lean years in the early 1990s. A number of people would say that Mitch Richmond wasted the best years of his career by playing for some of those Kings teams, under the likes of Garry St. Jean.The team did have some quality players on those teams as well, but Walt Williams and Spud Webb were not enough to make sure the team was able to competitive in the era that was dominated by the Houston Rockets, Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference. They tried a number of unique things until they acquired the likes of Mike Bibby and Vlade Divac. Vlade Divac is now working in the Sacramento Kings front office and he plays a fairly large role in the history of the Kings. Kings fans want to be able to compete for the Western Conference.
Divac remembers the days of playing with Chris Webber and Doug Christie. Doug Christie and Bobby Jackson were considered role players by some people, but when you are working with a great passing center like Divac then you can have a fair amount of success. Divac is someone that really makes you think about the future if you are working on George Karl's staff during the present day Sacramento Kings staff. Future
The Kings appear to be placing their bets on DeMarcus Couisins when it comes to the future success of the franchise.
The best reason to begin to believe in the Sacramento Kings may be the fact that the team was able to acquire some great outside shooters. Cousins will be happy to play with a pass first point guard like Rajon Rondo. Rudy Gay is the kind of slasher that can definitely fill the lane against a number of the weaker defenses in the Western Conference.
The Kings have a large number of guards/forwards like Ben McLemore. The question is whether they have too many of these types of players, they may need some people that know how to rebound and properly use an outlet pass. Cousins may not have the skills to be a centerpiece of a team. There is a lot of debate regarding that.