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Kings’ Vlade Divac Says ‘Easy’ Choice to Pick Marvin Bagley III Over Luka Doncic

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Chris Webber Believes in Vlade Divac Running the Kings

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When it comes to the handling of the Sacramento Kings, former Kings’ superstar Chris Webber has faith in his former teammate, and current head of basketball operations, Vlade Divac’s handling of the team.

“Vlade has believed in these guys, especially [De’Aaron] Fox and Buddy [Hield], telling me a long time ago they were going to change the trajectory of the team,” Webber said, according to Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee.

“The great part about it as a Sacramento fan is, I know Vlade, he doesn’t just work for the organization, but he is a fan of the city. He wants it to be great, not only on the court but in the community as well.

The Kings have made marked strides under Divac’s watch, after a chaotic start, and growth is visible.

“And, yeah, he’s going to (turn) it around. He already has. He said, ‘Give me two years.’ He’s done that. Just wait till we give him a little bit more time.”

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Pistons, Kings Interested in Marc Gasol

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As the NBA trade deadline quickly approaches, interest in Memphis Grizzlies big man Marc Gasol is heating up, and two teams have been linked to acquiring the veteran center.

According to The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor, the Detroit Pistons and the Sacramento Kings are interested in acquiring Gasol from Memphis.

The Grizzlies are trying to deal Gasol, but also trade away Chandler Parsons, who inked a terrible four-year, $94.4 million contract back in 2016 but has managed to play in just 73 games due to injuries.

Parsons has since been sent home by the team.

Gasol has a $25.6 million player option on his contract for next season.

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Kings, Knicks Discussing Zach Randolph, Enes Kanter Trade

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The Sacramento Kings and the New York Knicks are discussing a trade that would send Zach Randolph to the Knicks in exchange for center Enes Kanter.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, neither side is close to an agreement yet, but both are motivated to rid themselves of expiring contracts.

Kanter has been upset with his role on the team this season, and Randolph has yet to play for the Kings this season after signing with the team prior to the 2017-2018 campaign.

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