Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images The team will retain Joe Dumars and Ken Catanella in its front office. The Kings officially confirmed the hiring of Monte McNair as their new head of basketball operations Thursday, as was reported yesterday by The Athletic.
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images The Kings have a new leader in their basketball operations department. The Sacramento Kings are hiring Monte McNair, the assistant general manager of the Houston Rockets, as their new head of basketball operations, according to a report from Shams Charania of The Athletic.
Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images The search is down to three, as Calvin Booth has removed himself from consideration. When Vlade Divac resigned from the Kings front office, the team made it clear that there was no hurry to find new leadership.
Photo by Paige Dall/NBAE via Getty Images Sacramento is aiming high in its front-office overhaul. Last week, the Kings created a short list of six individuals who they planned on interviewing to become their next head of basketball operations, and they hired Mike Forde of Sportsology to lead the search.
Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images Plus more Kings news from around the web. The Sacramento Kings continue their search for their new general manager, but one candidate shot down the opportunity to join the front office.
Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images The Athletic reports that the team is looking at six candidates. It has been three and a half weeks since Vlade Divac left his role as general manager and vice president of basketball operations.
The Kings have some major roster decisions to make this offseason, including potentially re-signing Bogdan Bogdanovic, extending De’Aaron Fox, making a lottery pick and considering the possibility of trading Buddy Hield.
Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports The Athletic’s Sam Vecenie says the word around the league is that Sacramento wants another wing player There are no sure-fire prospects available at the 2020 NBA Draft.
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images The two teams have been at the forefront of bringing awareness to racial injustice. The Sacramento Kings and Milwaukee Bucks have been two of the most vocal NBA franchises to bring awareness to racial injustice.
The Knicks had the sixth-worst record in the league this season and ended up with the No. 8 pick in the NBA Draft when the lottery order was revealed Thursday. Many mocked the Knicks for being so bad but not reaping the reward with a higher pick.
On Wednesday, the Kings announced via an official statement the relaunch of the nonpartisan "Rally the Vote" campaign which includes a coalition of 20 professional sports franchises across multiple leagues.
An unknown Sacramento Kings player is expected to clear a two-day quarantine and feature versus the San Antonio Spurs on Friday following an inconclusive coronavirus test that provided what is commonly referred to as a "false positive" result.