NBA Insiders Amin Elhassan and Bradford Doolittle break down the draft history, needs and potential picks of the 14 teams eligible for the NBA draft lottery this year. With some help from Chad Ford's Big Board of Top 30 prospects, we take a look at the Sacramento Kings.
Personnel needs: Everything
Major need: The Kings don't have a single player on the roster who thinks "pass first," other than perhaps Chuck Hayes. This manifested itself in the second-worst assist percentage and the second-most isolation plays in the NBA. Sacramento needs help at any of the perimeter spots, but more than anything the Kings need someone who worries about making others better before he worries about his own field goal attempts.