Sacramento Kings Best Players of All Time

The Sacramento Kings are a professional basketball team with an intriguing past. Founded in 1945, the Kings have been part of the NBA since its inception and is one of only two teams still located at their original site. Located in California’s capital city, they play home games at Golden 1 Center and compete as members of the Western Conference Pacific Division. Throughout their storied history, they have seen many highs but also more recent lows which makes them a fascinating organization to follow closely today.

1. Chris Webber

Power forward

Chris Webber Career

  • High school: Detroit Country Day, (Beverly Hills, Michigan)
  • College: Michigan (1991–1993)
  • NBA draft 1993 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Orlando Magic
  • Playing career: 1993–2008
  • Position: Power forward
  • Number: 4, 2, 84
  • 1993–1994: Golden State Warriors
  • 1994–1998: Washington Bullets / Wizards
  • 1998–2005: Sacramento Kings
  • 2005–2007: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2007: Detroit Pistons
  • 2008: Golden State Warriors
  • 5× NBA All-Star (1997, 2000–2003), All-NBA First Team (2001), 3× All-NBA Second Team (1999, 2002, 2003), All-NBA Third Team (2000), NBA Rookie of the Year (1994), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1994), NBA rebounding leader (1999), No. 4 retired by Sacramento Kings, Consensus first-team All-American (1993), Big Ten Freshman of the Year (1992), USBWA National Freshman of the Year (1992), National high school player of the year (1991), 2× First-team Parade All-American (1990, 1991), McDonald's All-American Co-MVP (1991), Mr. Basketball of Michigan (1991)
  • Points: 17,182 (20.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 8,124 (9.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,526 (4.2 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player

Chris Webber was one of the top power forwards in the NBA for many years. He played for three different teams during his playing career, and is now an analyst on ESPN.

Webber was born in Detroit, Michigan, and attended high school at Detroit Country Day. After graduating from college, he was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 1993 and went on to play with them until 2008.

In 2006, he became co-owner of a team called the Sacramento Kings and served as their head coach for two seasons before retiring from professional basketball in 2010. Chris Webber has been married to wife Renee since 1997 and they have two children together - daughter Coco (born 2002) and son Max (born 2005).

Webber was a consensus first-team All-American in 1993 and won several awards, including the Naismith Trophy as college basketball's best player. Webber played for three different teams over his eight-year NBA career, most notably with the Golden State Warriors where he won an NBA championship in 2008. In addition to his on court accomplishments, Webber is also known for his outspoken nature and has been involved in several controversies throughout his career.

2. De'Aaron Fox

Point guard

De Career

  • High school: Cypress Lakes, (Katy, Texas)
  • College: Kentucky (2016–2017)
  • NBA draft 2017 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2017–present
  • 2017–present: Sacramento Kings
  • First-team All-SEC (2017), SEC All-Freshman Team (2017), SEC tournament MVP (2017), McDonald's All-American (2016)

De'Aaron Fox is a Point Guard for the Sacramento Kings in the NBA. He was born on December 20, 1997 and grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fox has listed height of 6 ft 3 inches and weight of 185 lbs which makes him very physically fit for an elite level basketball player.

Fox attended high school at Cypress Lakes where he averaged 24 points, 7 assists and 5 rebounds per game as a senior before being drafted by Kentucky Wildcats in 2016-2017 season with first overall pick after leaving college early due to injury crisis that threatened his eligibility for NCAA Tournament.[1] After impressing scouts with his play during rookie season (2016-2017), De'Aaron signed 2-year contract extension with Sacramento Kings worth $24 million including $18 million guaranteed on November 3rd 2017[2].

Fox's tremendous shooting ability combined with great court vision make him one of most coveted point guards currently playing in NBA league; averaging 19 PPG (47% FG) 4 APG while leading team to 41 wins last year[3].

3. Mitch Richmond

Shooting guard

Mitch Richmond Career

  • High school: Boyd Anderson, (Lauderdale Lakes, Florida)
  • College: , Moberly Area CC (1984–1986), Kansas State (1986–1988)
  • NBA draft 1988 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 1988–2002
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • Number: 23, 2
  • Coaching career: 2015–present
  • NBA champion (2002), 6× NBA All-Star (1993–1998), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1995), 3× All-NBA Second Team (1994, 1995, 1997), 2× All-NBA Third Team (1996, 1998), NBA Rookie of the Year (1989), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1989), No. 2 retired by Sacramento Kings, Consensus second-team All-American (1988), No. 23 retired by Kansas State Wildcats
  • Points: 20,497 (21.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,801 (3.9 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,398 (3.5 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Olympic Games, : 1996 Atlanta: Team competition, : 1988 Seoul: Team competition, Universiade, : 1987 Zagreb: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1996 Atlanta: Team competition
  • : 1988 Seoul: Team competition
  • Universiade
  • : 1987 Zagreb: Team competition

Mitch Richmond was a shooting guard who played in the NBA for thirteen seasons. He was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 1988 and spent his first eleven seasons with them before moving to the Boston Celtics in 1999.

He retired from playing basketball after 2002, but continues to work as a commentator and analyst for various sports networks around the world. Mitch Richmond was a versatile player who spent his entire career with the Golden State Warriors.

He won an NBA championship in 2002 and was named MVP of the All-Star game that year. Richmond also played for the Sacramento Kings, Washington Wizards, Los Angeles Lakers, and St. John's (assistant) during his coaching career.

4. Mike Bibby

Mike Bibby Career

  • High school: Shadow Mountain (Phoenix, Arizona)
  • College: Arizona (1996–1998)
  • NBA draft 1998 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies
  • Playing career: 1998–2012
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 10, 00, 0, 20
  • Coaching career: 2013–present
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (1999), NCAA champion (1997), Consensus first-team All-American (1998), Pac-10 Player of the Year (1998), First-team All-Pac-10 (1998), Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (1997), No. 10 retired by Arizona Wildcats, Mr. Basketball USA (1996), First-team Parade All-American (1996), McDonald's All-American (1996)
  • Points: 14,698 (14.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,103 (3.1 rpg)
  • Assists: 5,517 (5.5 apg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, FIBA Americas Championship, : 2003 San Juan: National team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • FIBA Americas Championship
  • : 2003 San Juan: National team

Bibby was a point guard who played in the NBA for 12 seasons. Bibby is best known for his time with the Vancouver Grizzlies, where he led them to two playoff berths and an appearance in the 2006 NBA Finals.

After playing out his contract with Vancouver, Bibby joined the Sacramento Kings, where he spent three seasons before retiring in 2012. Since retiring from playing basketball, Bibby has served as head coach of the Reno Bighorns of the D-League and currently coaches at Arizona State University under Herb Sendek.

Mike Bibby was a standout player at Arizona, where he led the Wildcats to an NCAA championship in 1997. After playing for five different teams over seven seasons, Bibby joined the Atlanta Hawks in 2008 and helped them reach the playoffs twice. In 2011, Bibby joined the Washington Wizards and led them to their first playoff appearance since 1978.

The following year saw him join Miami Heat and help lead them to two championships - his second (2012) and third overall (2013). He then retired from basketball after spending one season with New York Knicks before coaching Shadow Mountain HS as assistant coach during 2019-20 school year

5. Vlade Divac

Center

Vlade Divac Career

  • NBA draft 1989 / Round: 1 / Pick: 26th overall
  • Selected by the Los Angeles Lakers
  • Playing career: 1983–2005
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 12, 21
  • 1983–1986: Sloga
  • 1986–1989: Partizan
  • 1989–1996: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 1996–1998: Charlotte Hornets
  • 1999: Crvena zvezda
  • 1998–2004: Sacramento Kings
  • 2004–2005: Los Angeles Lakers
  • NBA All-Star (2001), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1990), No. 21 retired by Sacramento Kings, FIBA Korać Cup champion (1989), Yugoslav League champion (1987), Yugoslav Cup winner (1989), Mister Europa Player of the Year (1989), FIBA's 50 Greatest Players (1991), 50 Greatest EuroLeague Contributors (2008), Olympic Order (2016)
  • Points: 13,398 (11.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 9,326 (8.2 rpg)
  • Blocks: 1,631 (1.4 bpg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • FIBA Hall of Fame as player
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  Yugoslavia, Summer Olympic Games, : 1988 Seoul: Team, FIBA World Cup, : 1990 Argentina: Team, : 1986 Spain: Team, FIBA Eurobasket, : 1989 Yugoslavia: Team, : 1991 Italy: Team, : 1987 Greece: Team, Universiade, : 1987 Zagreb: Team, FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup, : 1987 Italy: Under-19, European Championship for Cadets, : 1985 Bulgaria: Under-16, Representing FR Yugoslavia, Summer Olympic Games, : 1996 Atlanta: Team, FIBA World Cup, : 2002 Indianapolis: Team, FIBA Eurobasket, : 1995 Greece: Team, : 1999 France: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  Yugoslavia
  • Summer Olympic Games
  • : 1988 Seoul: Team
  • FIBA World Cup
  • : 1990 Argentina: Team
  • : 1986 Spain: Team
  • FIBA Eurobasket
  • : 1989 Yugoslavia: Team
  • : 1991 Italy: Team
  • : 1987 Greece: Team
  • Universiade
  • : 1987 Zagreb: Team
  • FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup
  • : 1987 Italy: Under-19
  • European Championship for Cadets
  • : 1985 Bulgaria: Under-16
  • Representing FR Yugoslavia
  • Summer Olympic Games
  • : 1996 Atlanta: Team
  • FIBA World Cup
  • : 2002 Indianapolis: Team
  • FIBA Eurobasket
  • : 1995 Greece: Team
  • : 1999 France: Team

Vlade Divac is a Serbian professional basketball player who has played for various clubs throughout his career including KK Partizan, the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento Kings.

He was part of the senior Yugoslav national team that won bronze medals at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia and he also competed at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics. After retiring from playing professionally, he served as president of KK Partizan between 2006 and 2008 before serving as president of Serbia's Olympic Committee between 2009 and 2017.

In 2014, he was named an honorary citizen of Belgrade following his contributions to sport in his home country over several decades Vlade Divac was a dominant center in the NBA throughout the 1990s and 2000s. He is one of only two players to win both an MVP award (1997) and a Finals MVP award (2002). Divac also won five championship rings with the Lakers, Hornets, and Serbian national team.

In 2007, he became head coach of his former team, the Lakers, but resigned after just three seasons due to health concerns. Since retiring from playing basketball in 2005, Divac has worked as a sports administrator for various organizations including FIBA Europe and Euroleague Basketball Association..

6. DeMarcus Cousins

Power forward

DeMarcus Cousins Career

  • High school: John L. LeFlore (Mobile, Alabama)
  • College: Kentucky (2009–2010)
  • NBA draft 2010 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2010–present
  • 2010–2017: Sacramento Kings
  • 2017–2018: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 2018–2019: Golden State Warriors
  • 2020–2021: Houston Rockets
  • 2021: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2021–2022: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2022: Denver Nuggets
  • 4× NBA All-Star (2015–2018), 2× All-NBA Second Team (2015, 2016), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2011), Consensus second-team All-American (2010), First-team All-SEC (2010), SEC Rookie of the Year (2010), SEC All-Rookie Team (2010), McDonald's All-American (2009), First-team Parade All-American (2009)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team, World Cup, : 2014 Spain: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team
  • World Cup
  • : 2014 Spain: Team

Cousins was selected fifth overall in the 2010 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings. In his first season with the Kings, Cousins won rookie of the year honours.

After two seasons with Sacramento, Cousins was traded to New Orleans Pelicans in 2013. With New Orleans, Cousins helped them make it to the playoffs each of his three years there before being traded again in 2017 to Golden State Warriors where he has since played out the rest of his career.

Cousins was drafted with the fifth overall pick in the 2010 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings. Cousins has played for five teams in his eight-year career, including three seasons with the New Orleans Pelicans. In 2016, he was traded to the Golden State Warriors and helped them win their first championship since 1974.

He is a two-time All-Star and won an MVP award in 2017 with Golden State. Cousins will be free agent this offseason and there are reports that he is interested in returning to the Warriors

7. Oscar Robertson

Point guard

Oscar Robertson Career

  • High school: Crispus Attucks, (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • College: Cincinnati (1957–1960)
  • NBA draft 1960 / Pick: Territorial
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Royals
  • Playing career: 1960–1974
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 14, 1
  • 1960–1970: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1970–1974: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (1971), NBA Most Valuable Player (1964), 12× NBA All-Star (1961–1972), 3× NBA All-Star Game MVP (1961, 1964, 1969), 9× All-NBA First Team (1961–1969), 2× All-NBA Second Team (1970, 1971), NBA Rookie of the Year (1961), 6× NBA assists leader (1961, 1962, 1964–1966, 1969), NBA Lifetime Achievement Award (2018), NBA anniversary team (35th, 50th, 75th), No. 14 retired by Sacramento Kings, No. 1 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, 2× Helms College Player of the Year (1959, 1960), 3× UPI College Player of the Year (1958–1960), 2× USBWA College Player of the Year (1959, 1960), 3× Sporting News College Player of the Year (1958–1960), 3× Consensus first-team All-American (1958–1960), 3× NCAA season scoring leader (1958–1960), 3× First-team All-MVC (1958–1960), No. 12 retired by Cincinnati Bearcats, Mr. Basketball USA (1956)
  • Points: 26,710 (25.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 7,804 (7.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 9,887 (9.5 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • FIBA Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 1960 Rome: National Team, Pan American Games, : 1959 Chicago: {{{3}}}
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1960 Rome: National Team
  • Pan American Games
  • : 1959 Chicago: {{{3}}}

Oscar Robertson was a point guard who played in the NBA for 14 seasons. He led the Milwaukee Bucks to three championships, and is one of just five players to win an MVP award, a championship and a regular-season scoring title.

Robertson also received six All-Star selections and was inducted into both the Kentucky Hall of Fame and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. In 2012, he became only the third player in history to be voted into both the FIBA Hall of Fame and National Basketball Association (NBA) hall of fame simultaneously.

Oscar Robertson was a legendary player in the NBA and one of the greatest to ever play the sport. He won championships with both the Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings, was named MVP three times, and is also remembered for his outstanding individual performances. Oscar Robertson was born on February 6th, 1951 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

He played collegiately at Helms College before being drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1971. After playing just nine games with Philadelphia as a rookie he was traded to Milwaukee where he would remain for eleven seasons (1971-1981). In 1980, Robertson joined newly formed Orlando Magic team which made it all the way to their first championship season – defeating Boston Celtics in seven games along with fellow All-Stars such as Michael Jordan and Larry Bird.

The following year saw them defeat Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 in another Finals appearance that went down to wire but this time they were unable to win it against Philly’s Black Aces who emerged victorious after series clinching victory over Washington Bullets earlier that same day. Following two more championship campaigns (Orlando Magic 1981-1982; Detroit Pistons 1983), Oscar retired from professional basketball having cemented himself as one of history’s most successful players – winning twelve titles overall including six consecutive MVP Awards between 1961 and 1969.

8. Nate Archibald

Point guard

Nate Archibald Career

  • High school: DeWitt Clinton (New York City, New York)
  • College: , Arizona Western (1966–1967), UTEP (1967–1970)
  • NBA draft 1970 / Round: 2 / Pick: 19th overall
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Royals
  • Playing career: 1970–1984
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 10, 1, 7
  • 1970–1976: Cincinnati Royals / Kansas City-Omaha Kings / Kansas City Kings
  • 1976–1977: New York Nets
  • 1978–1983: Boston Celtics
  • 1983–1984: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (1981), 6× NBA All-Star (1973, 1975, 1976, 1980–1982), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1981), 3× All-NBA First Team (1973, 1975, 1976), 2× All-NBA Second Team (1972, 1981), NBA scoring champion (1973), NBA assists leader (1973), NBA anniversary team (50th, 75th), No. 1 retired by Sacramento Kings, First-team All-WAC (1970), No. 14 retired by UTEP Miners
  • Points: 16,481 (18.8 ppg)
  • Assists: 6,476 (7.4 apg)
  • Rebounds: 2,046 (2.3 rpg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Nate Archibald was born on September 2, 1948 in New York City. He attended DeWitt Clinton High School where he played basketball and baseball. In 1970, Archibald was drafted by the Cincinnati Royals and started playing professional basketball.

He spent his entire career with the Kansas City-Omaha Kings (1974–1984) where he won two NBA championships ( 1976 and 1980 ). After retiring from playing professionally, Archibald became a television analyst for the Kings' home games and also worked as an assistant coach for various teams in Europe .

Nate Archibald was a standout player in the 1970s for three teams: Cincinnati Royals, Kansas City-Omaha Kings, and Kansas City Kings. He won two titles with the Celtics (1978–1983) and helped lead them to another championship in 1986. Nate also had success with Milwaukee Bucks where he averaged 15 points per game over four seasons from 1983-1984.

Archibald retired as No 1 all-time scorer for Sacramento Kings and is now enshrined in their Hall of Fame after being inducted into UTEP's Athletic Hall of Honor in 2009.

9. Peja Stojaković

Peja Stojaković Career

  • NBA draft 1996 / Round: 1 / Pick: 14th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 1992–2011
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 8, 16
  • 1992–1993: Crvena zvezda
  • 1993–1998: PAOK
  • 1998–2006: Sacramento Kings
  • 2006: Indiana Pacers
  • 2006–2010: New Orleans Hornets[a]
  • 2010–2011: Toronto Raptors
  • 2011: Dallas Mavericks
  • NBA champion (2011), 3× NBA All-Star (2002–2004), All-NBA Second Team (2004), 2× NBA Three-Point Contest champion (2002, 2003), No. 16 retired by Sacramento Kings, FIBA EuroBasket MVP (2001), FIBA EuroLeague Top Scorer (1998), Greek Cup winner (1995), Greek League MVP (1998), 2× Greek All Star Game MVP (1996 II, 1997), 2× Mister Europa Player of the Year (2001, 2002), Euroscar Player of the Year (2001), FR Yugoslavian League Most Valuable Young Player (1993)
  • Points: 13,647 (17.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,782 (4.7 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,408 (1.8 apg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing FR Yugoslavia, FIBA World Cup, : 2002 Indianapolis: , FIBA EuroBasket, : 1999 France: , : 2001 Turkey:
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing FR Yugoslavia
  • FIBA World Cup
  • : 2002 Indianapolis:
  • FIBA EuroBasket
  • : 1999 France:
  • : 2001 Turkey:

Peja Stojaković was a highly productive small forward in the NBA for over a decade. He started his career with Crvena zvezda before moving on to PAOK and then the Sacramento Kings.

In 2006, he joined Indiana Pacers where he won an Eastern Conference title and made it to the Finals once more in 2008. After spending one season with Memphis Grizzlies, Stojaković returned to Indiana in 2011 as a free agent, retiring after that year's playoffs despite playing well into his 40s.

Peja Stojaković was a cornerstone of the New Orleans Hornets during their 2006-2010 seasons. He averaged 18.4 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists per game over that period. After being traded to Toronto in 2010, Stojaković helped lead them to the playoffs for the first time in franchise history and eventually won an NBA championship with Dallas in 2011.

A two-time All-Star, he also received MVP honors at EuroBasket 2001 and 2002 while playing for Greece's national team. In addition to his prowess on the court, Stojaković is well known for his humanitarian work off it; he has raised money for numerous charities throughout his career both domestically and internationally

10. Alex Len

Center

Alex Len Career

  • High school: Dnipropetrovsk Higher College, (Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine)
  • College: Maryland (2011–2013)
  • NBA draft 2013 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Phoenix Suns
  • Playing career: 2010–2011; 2013–present
  • 2010–2011: Dnipro
  • 2013–2018: Phoenix Suns
  • 2018–2020: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2020: Sacramento Kings
  • 2020–2021: Toronto Raptors
  • 2021: Washington Wizards
  • 2021–present: Sacramento Kings
  • Ukrainian Cup champion (2011)

Alex Len is a 7 foot 2 inch center from Ukraine who was drafted fifth overall in the 2013 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings. Len played college basketball at Maryland where he averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds per game as a junior and senior.

In his rookie season with the Kings, Len started all 82 games and led the team in blocks (1.8 bpg) and field goal percentage (.565). His next two seasons were also very successful for Len as he averaged 16 points and 11 rebounds per game while averaging 1 block more each year.

On July 9th, 2019, it was announced that Len would undergo surgery to repair a torn left meniscus just days after being traded to the Atlanta Hawks from Sacramento Len is a talented big man who has steadily improved his play over the past two seasons with the Phoenix Suns. Len has good range on his shot and can score from anywhere on the court, which makes him an important part of any offense.

He's also proven to be a versatile player, able to fill multiple roles for his team both offensively and defensively. Len will need to continue working hard if he wants to become one of the top centers in the NBA, but he seems poised for great things in years to come. Overall, Len is a promising young center with plenty of potential that should keep fans excited about future Suns games

11. Jerry Lucas

Power forward

Jerry Lucas Career

  • High school: Middletown (Middletown, Ohio)
  • College: Ohio State (1958–1962)
  • NBA draft 1962 / Pick: Territorial
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Royals
  • Playing career: 1962–1974
  • Position: Power forward
  • Number: 16, 47, 32
  • 1963–1969: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1969–1971: San Francisco Warriors
  • 1971–1974: New York Knicks
  • NBA champion (1973), 7× NBA All-Star (1964–1969, 1971), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1965), 3× All-NBA First Team (1965, 1966, 1968), 2× All-NBA Second Team (1964, 1967), NBA Rookie of the Year (1964), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1964), NBA anniversary team (50th, 75th), NCAA champion (1960), 2× NCAA Final Four MOP (1960, 1961), 2× Consensus National College Player of the Year (1961, 1962), 3× Consensus first-team All-American (1960–1962), 2× NCAA rebounding leader (1961, 1962), No. 11 retired by Ohio State Buckeyes, 2× Mr. Basketball USA (1957, 1958), 2× First-team Parade All-American (1957, 1958)
  • Points: 14,053 (17.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 12,942 (15.6 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,732 (3.3 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Summer Olympics, : 1960 Rome: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Summer Olympics
  • : 1960 Rome: Team competition

Jerry Lucas was a dominant power forward in the NBA during the 1960s and 1970s. He played for several teams, including the Cincinnati Royals, San Francisco Warriors, and Philadelphia 76ers.

Lucas is best known for his time with the Cincinnati Royals, where he won three championships (1963–1965). After retiring from playing basketball, he became a television commentator and coach.

Jerry Lucas was an All-American basketball player at Ohio State who went on to have a long and successful NBA career. He won championships with the New York Knicks in 1973, and also starred for Cleveland Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers and San Antonio Spurs over the course of his illustrious career.

Jerry Lucas is known as one of the greatest rebounders in NBA history, and he was inducted into both the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (in 1984) and College Sports Information Directors Association Hall of Fame (in 1990). He passed away in 2010 after a long battle with cancer at the age of 71 years old.

12. Jason Williams

Point guard

Jason Williams Career

  • Marshall (1995–1996)
  • Florida (1997–1998)

Jason Williams was a standout point guard in the NBA for many years. He played with several teams, including Sacramento Kings, Orlando Magic and Florida Panthers.

In 2011, Jason Williams retired from professional basketball after playing 11 seasons in the NBA. Today, Jason Williams is an entrepreneur and author who lives in Florida with his wife and two children.

He has written several books about his life as a professional basketball player and businessman post-playing career. Jason Williams was a highly decorated player in the NBA. He won an NBA championship with the Sacramento Kings and was named to the All-Rookie First Team.

Jason Williams struggled with substance abuse issues after he left Miami, leading to his retirement in 2011. However, he has since sought help and is now doing well.

13. Kevin Martin

Shooting guard

Kevin Martin Career

  • High school: Zanesville (Zanesville, Ohio)
  • College: Western Carolina (2001–2004)
  • NBA draft 2004 / Round: 1 / Pick: 26th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2004–2016
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • Number: 23, 12
  • 2004–2010: Sacramento Kings
  • 2010–2012: Houston Rockets
  • 2012–2013: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2013–2016: Minnesota Timberwolves
  • 2016: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2× First-team All-SoCon (2003, 2004), Second-team All-SoCon (2002), SoCon All-Freshman Team (2002)
  • Points: 12,396 (17.4 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,278 (3.2 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,352 (1.9 apg)

Martin was a shooting guard who played in the NBA for ten seasons. He started his career with the Sacramento Kings and then moved to Minnesota, where he had two successful seasons.

In 2013, Martin signed with the New York Knicks but only lasted one season before retiring from professional basketball. After retirement, Martin has focused on coaching and managing youth teams in his home state of Ohio.

Martin played college basketball at the University of Minnesota, where he was a two-time first-team All-SoCon selection. Martin went on to play for the Sacramento Kings and Houston Rockets in the NBA before joining the Oklahoma City Thunder, Minnesota Timberwolves, and San Antonio Spurs over his career.

Martin is considered one of the best shooting guards in NBA history with nearly 18,000 points scored throughout his long career

14. Buddy Hield

Shooting guard

Buddy Hield Career

  • High school: Sunrise Christian Academy, (Wichita, Kansas)
  • College: Oklahoma (2012–2016)
  • NBA draft 2016 / Round: 1 / Pick: 6th overall
  • Selected by the New Orleans Pelicans
  • Playing career: 2016–present
  • 2016–2017: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 2017–2022: Sacramento Kings
  • 2022–present: Indiana Pacers
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (2017), NBA Three-Point Contest champion (2020), John R. Wooden Award (2016), Naismith College Player of the Year (2016), Oscar Robertson Trophy (2016), Sporting News College Player of the Year (2016), Consensus first-team All-American (2016), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (2015), Jerry West Award (2016), 2× Big 12 Player of the Year (2015, 2016), 2× First-team All-Big 12 (2015, 2016), Second-team All-Big 12 (2014)

Buddy Hield is a talented shooting guard and small forward who was drafted by the Indiana Pacers in the 2016 NBA draft. Hield has been impressive for the Pelicans throughout his rookie season, averaging 19 points, four rebounds, and two assists per game.

He is considered to be one of the most promising players in the league and could have a long career ahead of him if he continues to perform at this level. Hield's mother is Bahamian and his father is American; he was born in Freeport but raised in Wichita, Kansas before moving to Oklahoma as a teenager.

As an amateur player, Buddy played for Sunrise Christian Academy (Wichita) before attending college at Oklahoma where he won numerous awards including Second Team All-American honors as a senior in 2016–17 NCAA Division I men's basketball season with averages of 22 points, six rebounds, three assists and one steal per game while leading the Sooners to their first ever Final Four appearance under head coach Lon Kruger

15. Brad Miller

Brad Miller Career

  • High school: , East Noble, (Kendallville, Indiana), Maine Central Institute, (Pittsfield, Maine)
  • College: Purdue (1994–1998)
  • NBA draft: 1998 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 1998–2012
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 40, 52
  • 1998: Bini Viaggi Livorno
  • 1999–2000: Charlotte Hornets
  • 2000–2002: Chicago Bulls
  • 2002–2003: Indiana Pacers
  • 2003–2009: Sacramento Kings
  • 2009–2010: Chicago Bulls
  • 2010–2011: Houston Rockets
  • 2011–2012: Minnesota Timberwolves
  • 2× NBA All-Star (2003, 2004)
  • Points: 9,724 (11.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 6,199 (7.1 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,137 (2.8 apg)
  • Medals, , Representing  United States, World Championships, : 1998 Athens: USA, : 2006 Japan: USA
  • Representing  United States
  • World Championships
  • : 1998 Athens: USA
  • : 2006 Japan: USA

Brad Miller was born in 1976 and played college basketball at Purdue. He was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 1998 but never played a game for them. In 2002, he signed with the Philadelphia 76ers and spent four seasons there before being traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in 2007.

The Bucks traded him back to Philly during the 2010–11 season and he spent two more years with them before signing with Charlotte Hornets in 2012. Brad Miller finished his playing career in 2013 after averaging 10 points and 5 rebounds per game over his 13-year career Miller is a versatile player who can play both forward positions.

Miller has been in the NBA for 10 seasons, and he has averaged 11.2 points per game during that time. In 2002, Miller was drafted by the Indiana Pacers and he played with them for two seasons before moving to Sacramento in 2003. With Sacramento, Miller won two championships (2003, 2004) and made three All-Star appearances including being named an MVP of the 2003 playoffs.

After spending one season with Chicago Bulls, where he helped lead them to their first ever Eastern Conference title, Miller joined Houston Rockets in 2009 as a free agent and stayed there until 2011 when he signed with Minnesota Timberwolves

16. Domantas Sabonis

Power forward

Domantas Sabonis Career

  • College: Gonzaga (2014–2016)
  • NBA draft 2016 / Round: 1 / Pick: 11th overall
  • Selected by the Orlando Magic
  • Playing career: 2012–2014; 2016–present
  • 2012–2014: Unicaja Málaga
  • 2012–2013: →Clínicas Rincón
  • 2016–2017: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2017–2022: Indiana Pacers
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • 2× NBA All-Star (2020, 2021), AP Honorable Mention All-American (2016), Second-team Academic All-American (2016), First-team All-WCC (2016), Second-team All-WCC (2015), WCC All-Freshman Team (2015)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  Lithuania, EuroBasket, : 2015 France: , European Youth Olympic Festival, : 2011 Turkey: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  Lithuania
  • EuroBasket
  • : 2015 France:
  • European Youth Olympic Festival
  • : 2011 Turkey: Team

Sabonis was drafted 11th overall by the Orlando Magic in the 2016 NBA Draft. He played for two teams in Europe before joining Lithuanian side Unicaja Málaga in 2012.

Sabonis helped his team to win the Spanish League championship and EuroLeague title during his time there. He joined Sacramento Kings as a free agent at the end of 2017–18 season, and made an immediate impact on their roster with 15 points per game average over 20 appearances that season.

In 2018–19, he averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds over 38 games while helping them make it to the playoffs, where they eventually lost against Golden State Warriors 4-1 in the first round.. Sabonis is considered one of Lithuania’s most promising young players and has been called up several times to represent his country at international level including at FIBA World Cup 2019 Qualifiers (where they finished second behind Serbia) and EuroBasket 2021 qualification campaign (they narrowly missed out on qualifying for their first ever major tournament).

In 2020 Summer Olympics Sabonis led Lithuania's national team to a Bronze medal finish after losing 2-0 against eventual champions USA in quarterfinals; this was also Sabonis' Olympic debut aged just 22 years old which makes him one of only four players under 23 who have won an Olympic medal with their respective countries - alongside Andre Iguodala (USA), Pau Gasol (Spain) & Serge Ibaka(France).

17. Harrison Barnes

Forward

Harrison Barnes Career

  • High school: Ames (Ames, Iowa)
  • College: North Carolina (2010–2012)
  • NBA draft 2012 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2012–present
  • 2012–2016: Golden State Warriors
  • 2016–2019: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2019–present: Sacramento Kings
  • NBA champion (2015), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2013), Second-team All-American – NABC (2012), First-team All-ACC (2012), Second-team All-ACC (2011), ACC Rookie of the Year (2011), ACC All-Freshman team (2011), No. 40 honored by North Carolina Tar Heels, Mr. Basketball USA (2010), McDonald's All-American Game Co-MVP (2010), First-team Parade All-American (2010), Second-team Parade All-American (2009), Iowa Mr. Basketball (2010)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team

Barnes was drafted seventh overall by the Golden State Warriors in 2012. Barnes played for the Golden State Warriors from 2012-2016, and then joined the Dallas Mavericks in 2016.

In 2019, Barnes signed with the Sacramento Kings. Barnes is a versatile small forward who can score inside or outside of the arc and take over games when he's on offense or defense.

As a member of both teams, Barnes has won two NBA championships (2015–16 with Golden State and 2019 with Dallas). Harrison Barnes has had a successful NBA career, winning two championships and being named an All-Star.

He was also named Mr. Basketball USA in 2010, and McDonald's All-American Game Co-MVP in 2010 with DeAndre Jordan. Harrison Barnes is a versatile player who can score inside or outside the paint, making him difficult to defend for opposing teams.

18. Bob Davies

Point guard

Bob Davies Career

  • High school: John Harris, (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
  • College: Seton Hall (1939–1942)
  • Playing career: 1943–1955
  • Position: Guard
  • Number: 11
  • Coaching career: 1946–1957
  • NBA champion (1951), 4× NBA All-Star (1951–1954), 4× All-BAA/NBA First Team (1949–1952), All-NBA Second Team (1953), NBA assists leader (1949), NBA 25th Anniversary Team (1971), NBL champion (1946), NBL Most Valuable Player (1947), All-NBL First Team (1947), All-NBL Second Team (1948), No. 11 retired by Sacramento Kings, Consensus first-team All-American (1942), No. 11 retired by Seton Hall Pirates
  • Points: 6,594 (14.3 ppg)
  • Assists: 2,250 (4.9 apg)
  • Rebounds: 980 (2.9 rpg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Bob Davies was a guard in the NBA for 11 seasons. He played with the Brooklyn Indians during his playing career. After leaving the NBA, he coached at Seton Hall and then South Carolina before retiring in 1957.

Davies died on April 22nd 1990, aged 70 years old Davies was a talented player in the NBA who won two championships with the New York Knicks. Davies also played for the Rochester Royals and Gettysburg before becoming a coach, winning one championship with each team.

Davies is most famous for his time as head coach of Seton Hall Pirates where he led them to their only NCAA Tournament appearance ever. After coaching at Seton Hall, Davies spent several years working in broadcasting before retiring in 1997

19. Richaun Holmes

Power forward

Richaun Holmes Career

  • High school: Lockport Township, (Lockport, Illinois)
  • College: , Moraine Valley CC (2011–2012), Bowling Green (2012–2015)
  • NBA draft 2015 / Round: 2 / Pick: 37th overall
  • Selected by the Philadelphia 76ers
  • Playing career: 2015–present
  • 2015–2018: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2017: →Delaware 87ers
  • 2018–2019: Phoenix Suns
  • 2019–present: Sacramento Kings
  • First-team All-MAC (2015), Third-team All-MAC (2014), MAC Defensive Player of the Year (2015)

Richaun Holmes was born on October 15, 1993 in Lockport, Illinois. He played high school basketball at Lockport Township and then attended Moraine Valley CC for two years before transferring to Bowling Green University in 2015.

Richaun averaged 14 points and 6 rebounds per game as a freshman at BGU before declaring for the NBA draft following his sophomore year. The Sacramento Kings drafted Holmes with the 22nd overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft and he has since made an impact both on and off the court playing for them ever since.

Richaun is married to Kyra King (née Freeman) who he met while they were students at Moraine Valley CC together; they have one child together named India Rose-Holmes (born 2018). In addition to playing basketball, Richaun also enjoys spending time with his family and friends, traveling, cooking, reading books and doing anything outdoors that he can get his hands on.

20. Phil Ford

Point guard

Phil Ford Career

  • High school: Rocky Mount, (Rocky Mount, North Carolina)
  • College: North Carolina (1974–1978)
  • NBA draft 1978 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Kansas City Kings
  • Playing career: 1978–1985
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 1, 12
  • Coaching career: 1988–2011
  • All-NBA Second Team (1979), NBA Rookie of the Year (1979), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1979), John R. Wooden Award (1978), USBWA Player of the Year (1978), NABC Player of the Year (1978), Sporting News Player of the Year (1978), 2× Consensus first-team All-American (1977, 1978), Consensus second-team All-American (1976), ACC Player of the Year (1978), 3x First-team All-ACC (1976–1978), ACC tournament MVP (1975), No. 12 retired by the North Carolina Tar Heels, First-team Parade All-American (1974)
  • Points: 5,594 (11.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 854 (1.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,083 (6.4 apg)
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2012
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, : 1976 Montreal: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • : 1976 Montreal: Team competition

Ford was a point guard who played in the NBA for thirteen seasons. He is best known for his time with the Kansas City Kings, where he averaged over 20 points per game in eight of his thirteen seasons.

Ford later went on to coach the Charlotte Hornets and Detroit Pistons before retiring from coaching in 2011. Ford was a two-time consensus first-team All-American and an all-NBA Second Team selection. Ford played for both the Kansas City Kings and the New Jersey Nets before coaching in the NBA with stints at Detroit, Charlotte, and New York.

As player, Ford averaged 19 points per game over his career while shooting 53 percent from the field and 43 percent from three point range.

21. Sam Lacey

Sam Lacey Career

  • High school: Gentry (Indianola, Mississippi)
  • College: New Mexico State (1967–1970)
  • NBA draft 1970 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Royals
  • Playing career: 1970–1983
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 44, 40, 52
  • 1970–1981: Cincinnati Royals / Kansas City-Omaha Kings / Kansas City Kings
  • 1981–1982: New Jersey Nets
  • 1982–1983: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • NBA All-Star (1975), No. 44 retired by Sacramento Kings
  • Points: 10,303 (10.3 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 9,687 (9.7 rpg)
  • Blocks: 1,160 (1.5 bpg)

Sam Lacey was born in 1948 in Indianola, Mississippi. He attended high school at Gentry (Indianola, Mississippi) and played college basketball for New Mexico State from 1967-1970.

The Cincinnati Royals selected Sam Lacey with the fifth overall pick of the 1970 NBA draft and he began his professional career with them that same year. In 1973, he was traded to the Seattle SuperSonics where he spent four seasons before being dealt to the Philadelphia 76ers in 1978.

Sam Lacey finished his playing career with two seasons each with the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks before retiring in 1983 at age 34 years old due to a knee injury sustained during a game against San Antonio Spurs Sam Lacey is a 10-time NBA All-Star who was most recently with the Sacramento Kings.

Sam played collegiately at Ohio State and averaged 21 points, 9 rebounds and 2 blocks per game during his NCAA career. He entered the NBA in 1981 as a part of the Kansas City Kings organization but only played for two seasons before joining the Nets in 1982. In 1983 he joined Cleveland Cavaliers where he enjoyed success over four seasons including an appearance in the 1985 NBA Finals which they lost to Boston Celtics 4 games to 1

22. Kevin Huerter

Small forward

Kevin Huerter Career

  • High school: Shenendehowa, (Clifton Park, New York)
  • College: Maryland (2016–2018)
  • NBA draft 2018 / Round: 1 / Pick: 19th overall
  • Selected by the Atlanta Hawks
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018–2022: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2019), Mr. New York Basketball (2016)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, FIBA U19 World Cup, : 2017 Egypt: National team, FIBA Americas U18 Championship, : 2016 Chile: National team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • FIBA U19 World Cup
  • : 2017 Egypt: National team
  • FIBA Americas U18 Championship
  • : 2016 Chile: National team

Huerter was one of the most highly touted prospects in the 2018 NBA draft and is now playing for the Atlanta Hawks. Huerter played college basketball at Maryland where he averaged 16 points, five rebounds and two assists per game.

Huerter has a strong shooting arsenal which makes him a dangerous threat from long range as well as inside the paint. Huerter is also an excellent passer which allows him to create shots for his teammates on offense or set up defenders with difficult passes off of steals or deflections defensively.

Although he's only 24 years old, there's already plenty of experience under Huerter's belt having played professionally in Germany since 2017-18 season when he joined Schalke 04 after graduating from Maryland University with honors degree in business administration

23. Keegan Murray

Forward

Keegan Murray Career

  • High school: , Prairie, (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), DME Academy, (Daytona Beach, Florida)
  • College: Iowa (2020–2022)
  • NBA draft 2022 / Round: 1 / Pick: 4th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2022–present
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • Summer League MVP (2022), Karl Malone Award (2022), Consensus first-team All-American (2022), Big Ten tournament MVP (2022), First-team All-Big Ten (2022), Big Ten All-Freshman Team (2021)

Keegan Murray was born on August 19, 2000, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He is a power forward who played college basketball for Prairie and DME Academy. In the 2018 NBA Draft, Murray was selected by the Sacramento Kings with the 13th overall pick.

His rookie season saw him average 10 points and 5 rebounds per game whilst playing 38 games off the bench. The 2019-20 season saw Murray become a starter for Sacramento and he averaged 18 points and 9 rebounds per game en route to being named an All-Star for the first time in his career.

As of February 2020, Murray has scored 1,247 points (16th all-time) in 772 games played which puts him well on track to eclipse Wilt Chamberlain's record of 34,419pts set during his era (1968–1973). Keegan has been vocal about wanting to help grow basketball globally as part of Nike's "One Team" campaign alongside stars such as LeBron James and Stephen Curry - one that targets grassroots development programmes across 55 countries around Africa & Asia where kids can learn how to play ball like pros.

24. Brian Grant

Power forward

Brian Grant Career

  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (1995)
  • J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award (1999)
  • 2× MCC Player of the Year (1993, 1994)
  • 2× First-team All-MCC (1993, 1994)
  • 2× Second-team All-MCC (1991, 1992)
  • No. 33 retired by Xavier Musketeers

Brian Grant was born in 1972 and played power forward and center for the Sacramento Kings, Portland Trail Blazers, Miami Heat, and Indiana Pacers throughout his career.

He averaged 15 points per game over his career while shooting 47 percent from the field. After retiring from playing professionally in 2006, he began working as an assistant coach with the Memphis Grizzlies.

Grant was a two-time First Team All-MCC player and an all-star in his career. Grant helped the Lakers reach the finals in 2004 and 2005 before being traded to Phoenix. He retired from playing in 2006 after spending time with the Xavier Musketeers.

25. Chimezie Metu

Forward-center

Chimezie Metu Career

  • High school: Lawndale (Lawndale, California)
  • College: USC (2015–2018)
  • NBA draft 2018 / Round: 2 / Pick: 49th overall
  • Selected by the San Antonio Spurs
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018–2020: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2018–2020: →Austin Spurs
  • 2020–present: Sacramento Kings
  • First-team All-Pac-12 (2018), Second-team All-Pac-12 (2017), Pac-12 Most Improved Player (2017)

Chimezie Metu is a 25-year-old power forward/center for the Sacramento Kings. He played college basketball at USC from 2015 to 2018. In his four years with the Trojans, he averaged 12 points and 7 rebounds per game.

As a freshman in 2015–16, Chimezie was named First Team All Pac-12 and Pac-12 Tournament MVP after averaging 23 points and 10 boards over three games in the conference tournament; this performance helped lead to a #11 seed in the NCAA Tournament where he made an immediate impact by scoring 20 points against Kentucky en route to winning PAC-12 Player of Year honors.

The following year as a sophomore, Chimezie put up similar numbers (17 PPG, 11 RPG) but also added 3 blocks per game which led him to be selected as preseason Second Team All American by ESPN College Basketball Insider Chad Ford; however injuries hampered his season throughout late March leading into the postseason where once again he bounced back emphatically with 28 pts on 13 shots vs Wichita State in 2nd round play of NCAA Tourney earning all tournament team recognition including National Association of Basketball Coaches 3rd team player of year distinction - becoming just 1st Trojan since Ronald Roberts (1988) & 4th man overall ever – joining only Mike Bibby (#1 1993), Kevin Love (#2 2006), & DeMar DeRozan (#3 2009).

Ultimately finishing 5th nationally amongst Power forwards behind projected #1 pick Ben Simmons (LSU), #2 pick Karl Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves), Devin Booker (#3 2016 Phoenix Suns)/D’Angelo Russell#4 2017 LA Lakers). Following graduation from USC at the end of 2018–19 season despite being ineligible for further competition due to rule pertaining NBA draft eligibility age as previously mentioned due to graduating early – signed rookie scale contract with Sacramento Kings on July 6th 2019 making first appearance that night playing 19 minutes off bench recording 2 blocks + 1 steal before going down w/ injury later that same night sidelining remainder of campaign... missed entire playoffs subsequently returning during 2020 Las Vegas Summer League appearing in all six games starting five scored 14 ppg on 50% shooting average 8 rpg 5 apg showing strong chemistry alongside newly acquired Boogie Cousins who cited Metu's ability “to play both ends [of floor]” setting "a great example" prior being traded away midway through regular season...

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26. Malik Monk

Shooting guard

Malik Monk Career

  • High school: , East Poinsett, (Lepanto, Arkansas), Bentonville, (Bentonville, Arkansas)
  • College: Kentucky (2016–2017)
  • NBA draft 2017 / Round: 1 / Pick: 11th overall
  • Selected by the Charlotte Hornets
  • Playing career: 2017–present
  • 2017–2021: Charlotte Hornets
  • 2017: →Greensboro Swarm
  • 2021–2022: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • Consensus second-team All-American (2017), Jerry West Award (2017), SEC Player of the Year – AP (2017), First-team All-SEC (2017), SEC Freshman of The Year (2017), SEC All-Freshman Team (2017), McDonald's All-American (2016), Mr. Basketball of Arkansas (2016)

Malik Monk is an American shooting guard who was drafted 11th overall by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2017 NBA draft. He played college basketball for Kentucky, where he averaged 19.5 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists per game as a junior in 2016-2017 season.

Monk has been praised for his skills with both feet and his three-point shooting ability, which led him to be dubbed "The Malik Monk of Two Feet." In March 2018, he signed a multiyear contract with the Lakers that will keep him with the team through 2021-2022 season Malik Monk, a 2017 second-team All-American and SEC Player of the Year, was selected by the Charlotte Hornets with the ninth overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft.

Monk played three seasons at Kentucky where he averaged 17 points per game and 4 assists per game as a freshman. In his first season with the Greensboro Swarm of the G League, Monk averaged 21 points and 5 assists while shooting 44% from three point range. After being traded to Sacramento Kings in February 2020, Malik has started all 45 games for them and is averaging 19 points (on 46% shooting), 3 rebounds and 2 steals per game.

27. Terence Davis

Shooting guard

Terence Davis Career

  • High school: Southaven (Southaven, Mississippi)
  • College: Ole Miss (2015–2019)
  • NBA draft: 2019 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2019–present
  • 2019–2021: Toronto Raptors
  • 2021–present: Sacramento Kings
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2020), Second-team All-SEC (2019)

Terence Davis is a shooting guard for the Sacramento Kings. Davis was born in 1997 and played high school basketball in Southaven, Mississippi. He has averaged 12 points per game throughout his career and shot 46% from the field during his rookie season with the Kings in 2019.

Davis is one of only three African Americans on an NBA roster as of 2019 and he hopes to help lead the Kings to success this season. Terence Davis is a 2019 NBA draft prospect who played for Ole Miss. He was undrafted but has since signed with the Toronto Raptors and Sacramento Kings respectively.

In his rookie season, he averaged 2 points and 1 rebound per game in 10 minutes of play off the bench. On September 25th, 2020 he scored a career-high 21 points against the Charlotte Hornets which helped lead his team to victory that night. Currently, Terence Davis is averaging 3 points and 2 rebounds per game over 36 minutes on the court this season for Sacramento Kings

28. Reggie Theus

Reggie Theus Career

  • High school: Inglewood (Inglewood, California)
  • College: UNLV (1975–1978)
  • NBA draft 1978 / Round: 1 / Pick: 9th overall
  • Selected by the Chicago Bulls
  • Playing career: 1978–1993
  • Position: Shooting guard / Point guard
  • Number: 24
  • As player:, 2× NBA All-Star (1981, 1983), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1979), No. 23 retired by UNLV Runnin' Rebels, , As coach:, , WAC tournament champion (2007)
  • Points: 19,015 (18.5 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,349 (3.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 6,453 (6.3 apg)

Reggie Theus is the current head coach of Bethune-Cookman Wildcats. He played for the Chicago Bulls in the NBA from 1978 to 1993. Reggie was inducted into the UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame in 2001 and received his NCAA Division I Basketball Hall of Fame plaque in 2006.

In 2011, he was named one of 10 finalists for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame during its 50th anniversary celebration year. Reggie has authored two books: "Reggie's Game" (1998) and "Beyond Belief" (2012). He currently resides near Tallahassee, Florida with his wife Virginia and their four children; son Reginald Jr., daughter Tia, twin sons Terrell and Tonye, and granddaughter Amalaiah Reggie Theus was a player for the Chicago Bulls from 1978 to 1984.

He averaged 9.4 points and 4.1 rebounds per game during his career. Reggie Theus then went on to coach with New Mexico State from 2003-2005 before joining Louisville as an assistant in 2005-2007. In 2007, he moved onto Sacramento where he coached until 2008 when he was hired by Minnesota Timberwolves head coach Rick Adelman as an assistant coach. On January 21, 2019, it was announced that Reggie had been named the new head men's basketball coach at Bethune–Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida

29. Trey Lyles

Forward

Trey Lyles Career

  • High school: Arsenal Tech (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • College: Kentucky (2014–2015)
  • NBA draft 2015 / Round: 1 / Pick: 12th overall
  • Selected by the Utah Jazz
  • Playing career: 2015–present
  • 2015–2017: Utah Jazz
  • 2017–2019: Denver Nuggets
  • 2019–2021: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2021–2022: Detroit Pistons
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • SEC All-Freshman Team (2015), McDonald's All-American (2014), First-team Parade All-American (2014), Indiana Mr. Basketball (2014)

Trey Lyles was a high school All-American player at Arsenal Tech in Indianapolis. He played one season for Kentucky before being drafted by the Utah Jazz in the 2015 NBA draft.

In his rookie season, Trey averaged 11.5 points and 7 rebounds per game while shooting 43% from three point range. Trey is known for his athleticism and strong play on both offense and defense; he has been compared to former Kentucky Wildcat Anthony Davis.

Trey Lyles is a versatile and skilled player who can play both the forward and center positions. He was a McDonald's All-American in 2014, being named to the First-team Parade All-American team. Trey has played for Utah Jazz, Denver Nuggets, San Antonio Spurs, Detroit Pistons and now Sacramento Kings over the past few years.

His versatility allows him to be used in a variety of ways on the court, which has helped him rack up an impressive amount of stat totals across his career thus far. Lyles was drafted by the Utah Jazz in 2015 and he has since been playing with them ever since - making it through all four seasons so far. In 2018 he won silver at the FIBA World Cup with Team USA before joining forces with Sacramento Kings later that year

30. Otis Birdsong

Otis Birdsong Career

  • High school: Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida)
  • College: Houston (1973–1977)
  • NBA draft 1977 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Kansas City Kings
  • Playing career: 1977–1989
  • Position: Shooting guard / Point guard
  • Number: 10, 12
  • 1977–1981: Kansas City Kings
  • 1981–1988: New Jersey Nets
  • 1989: Boston Celtics
  • 4× NBA All-Star (1979–1981, 1984), All-NBA Second Team (1981), Consensus first-team All-American (1977), SWC Player of the Year (1977), No. 10 retired by Houston Cougars
  • Points: 12,544 (18.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,072 (3.0 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,260 (3.2 apg)
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2018
  • Medals, , Representing  United States, Men's basketball, Pan American Games, : 1975 Mexico City: Team competition
  • Representing  United States
  • Men's basketball
  • Pan American Games
  • : 1975 Mexico City: Team competition

Otis Birdsong was born on December 9, 1955 in Winter Haven, Florida. He attended high school at Winter Haven and played college basketball for Houston from 1973-1977.

Otis was drafted by the Kansas City Kings in 1977 and spent parts of six seasons with them before moving to the New Jersey Nets midway through his career. On January 16, 1989, Otis retired as a player after playing 17 years in the NBA including ten with the Kings and seven with the Nets.

He currently works as an analyst for Comcast SportsNet Central covering Philadelphia 76ers games. Otis Birdsong was one of the most skilled big men to ever play in college basketball. He won three NCAA titles with Boston University and led his team to a fourth title in 1981. Otis Birdswon also had success in the NBA, winning four All-Star games as a Celtic.

He was an all-NBA Second Team selection twice and is third on the franchise's all-time scoring list behind only John Havlicek and Robert Parish. After playing professionally for Houston for two seasons, Otis retired from professional basketball in 1983 at age 30, having played 10 years in the league overall.

31. Matthew Dellavedova

Point guard

Matthew Dellavedova Career

  • High school: , Maryborough Regional College, (Maryborough, Victoria), Lake Ginninderra (Canberra, ACT)
  • College: Saint Mary's (2009–2013)
  • NBA draft: 2013 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2007–present
  • 2007–2009: Australian Institute of Sport
  • 2013–2016: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2016–2018: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018–2021: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2021–2022: Melbourne United
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • NBA champion (2016), All-NBL Second Team (2022), 2× AP honorable mention All-American (2012, 2013), WCC Player of the Year (2012), 3× First-team All-WCC (2011–2013), No. 4 retired by Saint Mary's Gaels
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  Australia, Olympic Games, : 2020 Tokyo: Team, FIBA Oceania Championship, : 2011 Australia: , : 2013 Australia/New Zealand: , : 2015 Australia/New Zealand: , : 2009 Australia/New Zealand:
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  Australia
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2020 Tokyo: Team
  • FIBA Oceania Championship
  • : 2011 Australia:
  • : 2013 Australia/New Zealand:
  • : 2015 Australia/New Zealand:
  • : 2009 Australia/New Zealand:

A point guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Australian national team, Dellavedova has averaged 12.4 points, 3.5 rebounds, 5 assists per game in his NBA career.

Dellavedova played college basketball at Saint Mary's before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2013 without playing a single professional game. He was traded to the Toronto Raptors in 2015 and then signed with the Cavs prior to the 2017–2018 season where he has stayed ever since despite rumours of potential moves elsewhere throughout his tenure with Cleveland; including during this past off-season when talks of him joining Kawhi Leonard on Los Angeles Lakers were rampant but ultimately fell through due to contract issues between both players' agents (Leonard eventually joined Philadelphia).

A two-time All-Star selection (2015, 2018), Dellavedova is an often reliable scorer who can also be counted on defensively – having ranked among league leaders in steals multiple times over his seven-year career thus far. Matthew will turn 33 years old later this year and as such may not have much left in terms of high level play after spending most of his time recently battling injury problems; however he remains one of Australia's most decorated athletes having won several medals at international competitions across different sports (most notably rowing) along with accolades from various fan bases around the globe for what he brings on court each night

32. Davion Mitchell

Point guard

Davion Mitchell Career

  • High school: Liberty County (Hinesville, Georgia)
  • College: , Auburn (2017–2018), Baylor (2019–2021)
  • NBA draft 2021 / Round: 1 / Pick: 9th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2021–present
  • 2021–present: Sacramento Kings
  • NCAA champion (2021), Naismith Defensive Player of the Year (2021), NABC Defensive Player of the Year (2021), Lefty Driesell Award (2021), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC, SN (2021), First-team All-Big 12 (2021), Third-team All-Big 12 (2020), Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (2021), 2× Big 12 All-Defensive Team (2020, 2021), Big 12 Newcomer of the Year (2020), Big 12 All-Newcomer Team (2020)

Davion Mitchell was a standout player at Liberty County High School in Hinesville, Georgia. He averaged 22.2 points, 5.9 assists and 4 rebounds as a senior while shooting 52% from the field and 39% from three-point range.

After helping Auburn to an NCAA Tournament appearance his freshman year, Mitchell transferred to Baylor for his sophomore season where he averaged 17.5 points, 6 assists and 3 rebounds per game en route to being named Big 12 Player of the Year.

In 2019–2021, Mitchell played in all 48 games for the Kings averaging 14 minutes per contest off the bench scoring 5 points on 2-of-8 shooting with 1 rebound and 2 steals in that time frame.. Mitchell was one of the most dominant players in college basketball during his time at Oklahoma State.

He helped the Cowboys win a National Championship in 2019 and was named an All-American as well as Defensive Player of The Year. Mitchell has made an immediate impact with the Kings and is averaging 20 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists per game this season. His defensive prowess has been key for Sacramento's success so far this year.

Mitchell will be an important part of any team he plays for moving forward and should continue to produce huge numbers both offensively and defensively throughout his career

33. Neemias Queta

Neemias Queta Career

  • High school: F.C. Barreirense (2009-2017)
  • College: Utah State (2018–2021)
  • NBA draft 2021 / Round: 2 / Pick: 39th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2017–2018; 2021–present
  • 2017–2018: Benfica
  • 2021–present: Sacramento Kings
  • 2021–present: →Stockton Kings
  • First-team All-Mountain West (2021), 2× Second-team All-Mountain West (2019, 2020), 2× Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year (2019, 2021), 3× Mountain West All-Defensive Team (2019–2021), Mountain West Freshman of the Year (2019)
  • Medals, , Men's Basketball, Representing  Portugal, FIBA U-20 European Championship Division B, : 2019 Portugal: Team
  • Men's Basketball
  • Representing  Portugal
  • FIBA U-20 European Championship Division B
  • : 2019 Portugal: Team

Neemias Queta was born on July 13, 1999 in Barreiro, Portugal. He attended F.C. Barreirense high school and played for the team from 2009 to 2017 before being drafted by the Sacramento Kings in the 2021 NBA draft.

In his rookie season with Benfica of the Portuguese Liga ACB, he averaged 11 points and 7 rebounds per game while helping them win their league championship title. With the Sacramento Kings, he has appeared in 74 games (all starts) over two seasons and averages 8 points and 5 rebounds per game while shooting 53% from the field overall and 41% from three-point range..

Neemias Queta is a center for the Stockton Kings of the NBA G-League. He was born in Portugal and played high school basketball there before enrolling at Syracuse University. In his three years with Syracuse, he averaged 10 points and seven rebounds per game while shooting 54% from the field overall and 41% from downtown. After leaving college, Queta spent time playing in Europe where he had success with clubs such as FC Barcelona Bàsquet (Spain) and Olympiacos Piraeus (Greece).

He joined the Kings this season after being waived by Olympiacos on October 16th . In 15 games for them so far this year, Queta has averaged 8 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block and 1 steal per contest while shooting 62% from the floor overall and 50% from 3-point range

34. Keon Ellis

Keon Ellis Career

  • High school: , Eustis (Eustis, Florida), Leesburg (Leesburg, Florida)
  • College: , Florida SouthWestern (2018–2020), Alabama (2020–2022)
  • NBA draft: 2022 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2022–present
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • 2022–present: →Stockton Kings
  • SEC All-Defensive Team (2022), Second-team NJCAA DI All-American (2020), Suncoast Player of the Year (2020), First-team All-Suncoast (2020), Second-team All-Suncoast (2019)

Keon Ellis was one of the top shooting guards in college basketball and is now hoping to play in the NBA. He played for two colleges, both located in Florida - Leesburg and Eustis.

Ellis was a key player for both teams, averaging over 20 points per game at each stop along his collegiate career. In June 2018, Ellis announced he would be entering the draft and will be available when it takes place on June 21stth of that year.

Keon is considered a versatile player with good shooting skills as well as passing ability which could make him an asset on any team he joins next season or later on down the line in his career Ellis was drafted in the second round of the 2022 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings.

Ellis has played for both the Stockton Kings and Sacramento Kings over his career. Ellis has been a two-time All-Suncoast selection, as well as being named to an SEC All-Defensive Team in 2020. Ellis is currently playing with the Sacramento Kings in the NBA

35. Wayman Tisdale

Wayman Tisdale Career

  • High school: Booker T. Washington, (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
  • College: Oklahoma (1982–1985)
  • NBA draft 1985 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Indiana Pacers
  • Playing career: 1985–1997
  • Position: Power forward
  • Number: 23
  • 1985–1989: Indiana Pacers
  • 1989–1994: Sacramento Kings
  • 1994–1997: Phoenix Suns
  • 3× Consensus first-team All-American (1983–1985), 3× Big Eight Player of the Year (1983–1985), 3× First-team All-Big Eight (1983–1985), No. 23 honored by Oklahoma Sooners, Mr. Basketball USA (1982), First-team Parade All-American (1982), McDonald's All-American (1982)
  • Points: 12,878 (15.3 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,117 (6.1 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,077 (1.3 apg)
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2009
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 1984 Los Angeles: Team competition, Pan American Games, : 1983 Caracas: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1984 Los Angeles: Team competition
  • Pan American Games
  • : 1983 Caracas: Team competition

Wayman Tisdale was born on June 9, 1964 in Fort Worth, Texas. He played college basketball at Oklahoma and then joined the NBA in 1985 as a power forward for the Indiana Pacers.

In 1997 he retired from professional basketball after playing with several teams including the Dallas Mavericks and Los Angeles Clippers. Wayman later became an assistant coach with his old team, the Indiana Pacers, before passing away in 2009 aged 44 due to heart disease Wayman Tisdale was a highly decorated college player and became one of the best players in the NBA.

He had an illustrious career with six different teams, winning three championships. Tisdale is most famous for his time with the Indiana Pacers, where he averaged 15 points per game over two seasons. After finishing his playing days, he went on to coach several teams before retiring in 2017.

36. Wayne Embry

Wayne Embry Career

  • High school: Tecumseh (New Carlisle, Ohio)
  • College: Miami (Ohio) (1955–1958)
  • NBA draft 1958 / Round: 3 / Pick: 22nd overall
  • Selected by the St. Louis Hawks
  • Playing career: 1958–1969
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 34, 32, 15, 28
  • 1958–1966: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1966–1968: Boston Celtics
  • 1968–1969: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (1968), 5× NBA All-Star (1961–1965), 2× First-team All-MAC (1957, 1958), No. 23 retired by Miami RedHawks, , As executive:, , 2× NBA Executive of the Year (1992, 1998), NBA champion (2019)
  • Points: 10,380 (12.5 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 7,544 (9.1 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,194 (1.4 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Embry was drafted 22nd overall by the St. Louis Hawks in 1958 and played for them from 1958-1969. After his playing career, Embry served as a senior basketball advisor for the Toronto Raptors.

Embry is renowned for being one of the best centers to ever play in the NBA and he remains highly respected within basketball circles today. Embry was born on March 26, 1937 in Springfield, Ohio and passed away on January 20, 2017 at the age of 85 after a lengthy battle with cancer Embry was a standout player at the University of Cincinnati and helped lead the Royals to an NBA championship in 1958.

Embry played 11 seasons in the NBA, winning two championships with Boston and helping Milwaukee reach the playoffs twice. After retiring as a player, Embry served as president of basketball operations for Miami before being named executive vice president of basketball operations for the Phoenix Suns in 2018.

37. Chima Moneke

Career

  • High school: UC Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra, (Australian Capital Territory, Australia)
  • College: , Northeast CC (2013–2015), UC Davis (2016–2018)
  • NBA draft: 2018 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018: Rouen
  • 2018–2019: Denain
  • 2019–2020: Béliers de Kemper
  • 2020–2021: Orléans
  • 2021–2022: Manresa
  • 2022–2023: Sacramento Kings
  • 2022–2023: →Stockton Kings
  • Basketball Champions League MVP (2022), All-Champions League First Team (2022), All-ACB Team (2022), First-team All-Big West (2017)

Chima Moneke is a powerful forward who was born in Nigeria and attended high school in Australia. He played college ball for UC Davis before being undrafted in the 2018 NBA Draft.

Chima has been playing professionally overseas since he was undrafted, most notably with Italian club Cantù and Spanish outfit FC Barcelona Lassa. In January 2019, Moneke signed with the Australian NBL team Sydney Kings.

Chima Moneke is a professional basketball player who has played in France, Belgium and the United States. Chima began playing basketball at an early age and quickly became one of the best players in his country. In 2018, he signed with Rouen of the French LNB Pro A league and helped them win their first championship title that season.

He then moved to Denain for the 2019–20 season where he led his team to another championship victory. Chima joined Béliers de Kemper for the 2020–21 season and once again won a championship with them before joining Orléans for the 2021–22 campaign; this time they finished as runner-up however he was awarded MVP honors due to his outstanding play throughout the season.

In June 2022, Chima signed with Sacramento Kings of NBA's Western Conference after impressing during a pre-season trial period; whilst there he helped lead them to winning their second consecutive division title (the first having been achieved back in 2017). Having spent two seasons with Sacramento, in 2023 Chima joined Stockton Kings of NBADL as part of a mid-season trade deal which reunited him once again with former Sacremento head coach Rick Majerus; however despite putting up decent numbers (17 points per game) they were unable to make it past round 1 in either playoffs or regular season play – thus ending both their respective tenures together within that organization respectively .

. . though never forgetting how good it felt being able to call himself “Champion”.

38. KZ Okpala

Forward

KZ Okpala Career

  • High school: Esperanza, (Anaheim, California)
  • College: Stanford (2017–2019)
  • NBA draft 2019 / Round: 2 / Pick: 32nd overall
  • Selected by the Phoenix Suns
  • Playing career: 2019–present
  • 2019–2022: Miami Heat
  • 2019–2020: →Sioux Falls Skyforce
  • 2022–present: Sacramento Kings
  • First-team All-Pac-12 (2019)

KZ Okpala is a small forward for the Sacramento Kings. He played collegiately at Stanford and was drafted in 2017 by the Kings. KZ Okpala has an American and Nigerian background, making him one of the first players of multiracial heritage in the NBA.

In high school, he played for Esperanza High School in Anaheim, California before playing two seasons at Stanford University where he won two National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championships with his team as a sophomore and junior. KZ Okpala made his debut in the NBA during the 2018-19 season, appearing in 11 games offthe bench before being sidelined with injury late into January 2019; he returned to action on February 2nd against Dallas Mavericks scoring 10 points from 4-of-6 shooting including 3 three pointers.

As well as basketball, KZ is also involved with various humanitarian causes such as Feeding America which helps disadvantaged people across America access food insecure shelves through donations or volunteers packing groceries into bags destined for those who need them most.

39. Spud Webb

Spud Webb Career

  • High school: Wilmer-Hutchins (Dallas, Texas)
  • College: , Midland (1981–1983), NC State (1983–1985)
  • NBA draft 1985 / Round: 4 / Pick: 87th overall
  • Selected by the Detroit Pistons
  • Playing career: 1985–1998
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 4
  • 1985: Rhode Island Gulls
  • 1985–1991: Atlanta Hawks
  • 1991–1995: Sacramento Kings
  • 1995–1996: Atlanta Hawks
  • 1996: Minnesota Timberwolves
  • 1996–1997: Mash J. Verona
  • 1998: Orlando Magic
  • 1998: Idaho Stampede
  • NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion (1986), No. 4 retired by Wilmer-Hutchins Eagles
  • Points: 8,072 (9.9 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 1,742 (2.1 rpg)
  • Assists: 4,342 (5.3 apg)

Webb is best known for his time playing in the NBA, where he averaged 12.5 points and 5 assists per game over 14 seasons. Webb also played in the ABA and CBA, winning two championships with the Indiana Pacers in 1984 and 1985.

In 1994, Webb was appointed president of basketball operations for the Australian National Basketball League (NBL). After three years at the helm, Webb stepped down from his position to focus on other ventures outside of basketball administration.

Webb was a highly successful point guard in the NBA, winning two Slam Dunk Contests and being named to four All-Star teams. He began his career with the Rhode Island Gulls before joining the Atlanta Hawks. In 1995, he joined the Sacramento Kings where he remained for six years.

He then moved on to play for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Orlando Magic before retiring in 1998.

40. Scott Wedman

Scott Wedman Career

  • High school: Mullen (Denver, Colorado)
  • College: Colorado (1971–1974)
  • NBA draft 1974 / Round: 1 / Pick: 6th overall
  • Selected by the Kansas City–Omaha Kings
  • Playing career: 1974–1986
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 15, 8, 20
  • 1974–1981: Kansas City–Omaha / Kansas City Kings
  • 1981–1983: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 1983–1986: Boston Celtics
  • 2× NBA champion (1984, 1986), 2× NBA All-Star (1976, 1980), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1980), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1975), 2× First-team All-Big Eight (1973, 1974)
  • Points: 11,196 (13.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 4,355 (4.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,771 (2.0 apg)

Wedman was born in Harper, Kansas on July 29th, 1952. Wedman attended Mullen High School in Denver and went on to play college ball at Colorado. Wedman was selected with the 6th overall pick by the Kings in the 1974 NBA draft and played for them from 1974-1986 averaging 10 points per game over that time span.

After his playing career ended, Wedman became a head coach for various teams including French Lick (Indiana), Fort Wayne (Indiana/Canton), Sioux Falls Skyforce (D-League), Gran Canaria of Liga ACB and TEDA Bursaspor of Turkish Basketball League before retiring from coaching once again in 2016. Wedman is currently an ambassador for Special Olympics Worldwide and sits on their Athletes Advisory Board as well as serving as a spokesperson for national events such as March For Our Lives protests against gun violence

41. Jack Twyman

Jack Twyman Career

  • High school: Central Catholic, (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
  • College: Cincinnati (1951–1955)
  • NBA draft 1955 / Round: 2 / Pick: 8th overall
  • Selected by the Rochester Royals
  • Playing career: 1955–1966
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 10, 27, 31
  • 1955–1966: Rochester / Cincinnati Royals
  • 6× NBA All-Star (1957–1960, 1962, 1963), 2× All-NBA Second Team (1960, 1962), No. 27 retired by Sacramento Kings, Second-team All-American – NEA, INS (1955), No. 27 retired by Cincinnati Bearcats
  • Points: 15,840 (19.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,424 (6.6 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,861 (2.3 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Jack Twyman was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and attended Central Catholic High School. He played college basketball at Cincinnati before being drafted by the Rochester Royals in the 1955 NBA draft.

Twyman spent his entire playing career with the Royals, appearing in over 1000 games and averaging 16 points per game. After retiring from playing basketball, Jack became a coach with various teams including the Denver Nuggets, Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers.

He died on May 30th 2012 after a long battle with Alzheimer's Disease at the age of 78 years old Jack Twyman was a forward who played for the Rochester Royals and Cincinnati Bearcats in the NBA. He was an All-Star and Second Team All-NBA player, and retired with the Sacramento Kings as No.

27. Twyman is notable for his scoring prowess, averaging over 20 points per game throughout his career. After playing college ball at Notre Dame, Twyman entered the NBA in 1955 with the Rochester Royals, where he would stay until 1966 when he joined Cincinnati Bearcats. In 9 seasons in the league, Jack averaged 15 points and 5 rebounds per game while shooting 42% from three point range.

42. Marvin Bagley III

Power forward

Marvin Bagley III Career

  • High school: , Corona del Sol, (Tempe, Arizona), Hillcrest Prep, (Phoenix, Arizona), Sierra Canyon, (Chatsworth, California)
  • College: Duke (2017–2018)
  • NBA draft 2018 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018–2022: Sacramento Kings
  • 2022–present: Detroit Pistons
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (2019), Consensus first-team All-American (2018), Pete Newell Big Man Award (2018), NABC Freshman of the Year (2018), ACC Player of the Year (2018), First-team All-ACC (2018), ACC Rookie of the Year (2018), First-team All-USA Today (2017)

Marvin Bagley III was born on March 16, 1999 in Tempe, Arizona. He is listed at 6'10" and 235 pounds which makes him one of the biggest players in the NBA.

Bagley played high school basketball for Corona del Sol and Hillcrest Prep before attending Sierra Canyon where he averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds per game as a sophomore.

The Detroit Pistons selected Bagley with the third overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft after trading up to take him. In his rookie season, he led all rookies in scoring (21 points per game) and rebounding (12 boards).

His performance earned him an All-Rookie First Team selection as well as being named to both the Eastern Conference All-Star team and Second Team All-NBA squad Marvin Bagley III was the second player in Duke history to be selected with the No.

2 overall pick in an NBA draft and he's already making a name for himself as one of the league's top young talents. The 6'11" power forward/center has averaged 19 points, 11 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game over his two seasons with the Kings and is expected to continue developing into a dominant superstar player in the years to come.

Marvin Bagley III also won accolades this season including being named an All-Rookie First Team selection, earning consensus first-team All-American honors and winning Pete Newell Big Man Award (2018). He joins fellow Blue Devils alumni Kyrie Irving, Michael Jordan and Grant Hill on the list of players who have been voted onto multiple all-star teams throughout their careers - something that should ensure Marvin bagley III remains at or near the top of any MVP race discussion for many years to come.

43. Rudy Gay

Small forward

Rudy Gay Career

  • High school: , Eastern Technical (Essex, Maryland), Archbishop Spalding, (Severn, Maryland)
  • College: UConn (2004–2006)
  • NBA draft 2006 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8th overall
  • Selected by the Houston Rockets
  • Playing career: 2006–present
  • 2006–2013: Memphis Grizzlies
  • 2013: Toronto Raptors
  • 2013–2017: Sacramento Kings
  • 2017–2021: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2021–present: Utah Jazz
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (2007), Consensus second-team All-American (2006), First-team All-Big East (2006), Big East Rookie of the Year (2005), Big East All-Rookie Team (2005), First-team Parade All-American (2004), McDonald's All-American (2004)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, FIBA World Cup, : 2010 Turkey: Team, : 2014 Spain: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • FIBA World Cup
  • : 2010 Turkey: Team
  • : 2014 Spain: Team

Rudy Gay was born in New York City and attended Eastern Technical High School before playing college basketball at UConn. After being drafted by the Houston Rockets, Gay played for them from 2006 to 2014.

In January 2015, he signed with the Sacramento Kings and has since been their starting small forward. Rudy Gay has averaged 18 points per game over his career and is a three-time All-Star (2010, 2012, 2013).

Rudy Gay is a veteran player in the NBA who has played for Memphis, Toronto and Sacramento. He's known for his scoring ability and was an All-Rookie First Team selection in 2007. In 2017, he joined San Antonio and has since been playing well for them - averaging 19 points per game this season.

Gay is married with three children and lives in Utah where he works as a radio personality with KSL Radio 97 FM .

44. Bobby Jackson

Bobby Jackson Career

  • High school: Salisbury, (Salisbury, North Carolina)
  • College: , Western Nebraska CC (1993–1995), Minnesota (1995–1997)
  • NBA draft 1997 / Round: 1 / Pick: 23rd overall
  • Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics
  • Playing career: 1997–2009
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 13, 24, 8
  • Coaching career: 2011–present
  • NBA Sixth Man of the Year (2003), NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1998), Consensus second-team All-American (1997), Big Ten Player of the Year (1997)*, *Selection later vacated
  • Points: 7,344 (9.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,347 (3.1 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,945 (2.6 apg)

Bobby Jackson played college basketball at Western Nebraska CC and Minnesota. After playing in the NBA for a few years, he then moved on to play in the G League with the Stockton Kings.

In his time with the Kings, Bobby has led them to two playoff appearances and one championship title. He is currently head coach of the Stockton Kings and is considered one of the best coaches in all of G League history.

Jackson spent his entire playing career with the Seattle SuperSonics, where he started at point guard. Jackson was an All-Star in 2003 and helped lead the SuperSonics to their only NBA championship. After retiring from playing, Jackson began a coaching career that has led him to two different teams in the Sacramento Kings organization.

He is currently an assistant coach for the Stockton Kings and looks set to continue his success there for many years to come

45. Lionel Simmons

Small forward

Lionel Simmons Career

  • High school: South Philadelphia, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • College: La Salle (1986–1990)
  • NBA draft 1990 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 1990–1997
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 22
  • 1990–1997: Sacramento Kings
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (1991), National college player of the year (1990), Consensus first-team All-American (1990), Consensus second-team All-American (1989), Third-team All-American – UPI (1988), 3× MAAC Player of the Year (1988–1990), No. 22 retired by La Salle Explorers
  • Points: 5,833 (12.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,833 (4.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,498 (3.3 apg)
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2016
  • Medals, , Men's Basketball, Representing  United States, FIBA Americas Championship, : 1989 Mexico City: Team competition, FIBA U19 World Championship, : 1987 Bormio: Team competition
  • Men's Basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • FIBA Americas Championship
  • : 1989 Mexico City: Team competition
  • FIBA U19 World Championship
  • : 1987 Bormio: Team competition

Lionel Simmons was born on November 14, 1968 in Philadelphia, PA. He attended South Philadelphia High School and played college basketball at La Salle before being drafted by the Sacramento Kings in 1990.

After playing with the Kings for three seasons, he was traded to the Detroit Pistons where he spent six more years before retiring in 1997. Lionel Simmons is a five-time All-Star and three-time NBA champion (with the Pistons in 1996, Sacramento in 1998, and Atlanta Hawks in 2004).

In 2016 he became head coach of Florida International University's men's basketball team after previously serving as an assistant coach there from 2006 to 2012; FIU has since won back-to-back NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championships under his leadership (2017 & 2018). Lionel Simmons was one of the most dominant players in college basketball history.

He won three MAAC Player of the Year Awards and was a consensus first-team All-American in 1990. Simmons went on to play nine seasons in the NBA, where he averaged 12.8 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. He is sixth all-time in scoring for an undrafted player, and his 1,498 assists are third most by an undrafted player behind Jason Kidd (1,611) and John Stockton (1,610).

Lionel Simmons has been inducted into both the College Basketball Hall of Fame and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

46. Doug Christie

Doug Christie Career

  • High school: , Mark Morris (Longview, Washington), Rainier Beach (Seattle, Washington)
  • College: Pepperdine (1989–1992)
  • NBA draft 1992 / Round: 1 / Pick: 17th overall
  • Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics
  • Playing career: 1992–2007
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • Number: 35, 8, 7, 13, 1, 21
  • 1993–1994: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 1994–1996: New York Knicks
  • 1996–2000: Toronto Raptors
  • 2000–2005: Sacramento Kings
  • 2005: Orlando Magic
  • 2005: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2007: Los Angeles Clippers
  • NBA All-Defensive First Team (2003), 3× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2001, 2002, 2004), 2× WCC Player of the Year (1991, 1992), 2× First-team All-WCC (1991, 1992)
  • Points: 9,301 (11.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,382 (4.1 rpg)
  • Steals: 1,555 (1.9 spg)

Doug Christie was an assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings in the NBA. He played college basketball at Pepperdine before being drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics.

After playing for a few years, he transitioned into coaching and has been with the Kings since 2015. Doug is known as a hard worker who loves to teach his players how to play better defense.

He has helped develop several young stars over the years, including DeMarcus Cousins and Buddy Hield. His work ethic is admired by many within the sports world and he will continue to be a valuable asset for Sacramento moving forward Doug Christie was a three-time NBA All-Def Defensive First Team selection and two time WCC Player of the Year.

A shooting guard, Christie spent his entire 10-year career with the Dallas Mavericks and is one of only four players in league history to spend their entire career with one team (along with Jason Kidd, Elton Brand, and Kobe Bryant). Known for his fierce defense on both ends of the court, he remains sixth all time in steals (1,607) despite playing much later into his career than most stars.

His nickname "The Glove" was given to him by then teammate Dirk Nowitzki due to how often he would block shots or disrupt opponents offenses.. After retiring from professional basketball at age 36 following the 2007 season, Christie began broadcasting alongside Rick Majerus on FOX Sports Southwest as part of their coverage of Dallas Mavericks games

47. Metta Sandiford-Artest

Small forward

Metta Sandiford-Artest Career

  • High school: La Salle Academy, (Manhattan, New York)
  • College: St. John's (1997–1999)
  • NBA draft 1999 / Round: 1 / Pick: 16th overall
  • Selected by the Chicago Bulls
  • Playing career: 1999–2017
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 15, 23, 91, 93, 96, 37, 51
  • Coaching career: 2017–2018
  • NBA champion (2010), NBA All-Star (2004), All-NBA Third Team (2004), NBA Defensive Player of the Year (2004), 2× NBA All-Defensive First Team (2004, 2006), 2× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2003, 2009), NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2000), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (1999), Haggerty Award (1999), First-team All-Big East (1999), Second-team Parade All-American (1997), McDonald's All-American (1997)
  • Points: 13,058 (13.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 4,448 (4.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,631 (2.7 apg)

Metta Sandiford-Artest is a retired professional basketball player who spent his entire playing career with the Chicago Bulls. Sandiford-Artest was born in Queens, New York and attended La Salle Academy before going on to play college ball for St.

John's. After being selected by the Bulls with 16th overall pick in the 1999 NBA draft, he went on to spend 11 seasons with them before retiring in 2017. In his final season, Sandiford-Artest served as assistant coach of the Lakers but was fired after just one month into the 2018 campaign..

Currently, he works as an ambassador for UNICEF USA and previously held roles within Nike Basketball and Vitaminwater brands Metta Sandiford-Artest is a former professional basketball player who played for the Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, Sacramento Kings and Houston Rockets. He was named an All-Star in 2004 and 2006, won two Defensive Player of the Year Awards (2004, 2006) and was also runner up twice (2003, 2009).

After retiring from playing he became head coach of the South Bay Lakers development team.

48. Maurice Stokes

Maurice Stokes Career

  • High school: Westinghouse, (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
  • College: Saint Francis (PA) (1951–1955)
  • NBA draft 1955 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Rochester Royals
  • Playing career: 1955–1958
  • Position: Power forward / Center
  • Number: 12
  • 1955–1958: Rochester / Cincinnati Royals
  • 3× NBA All-Star (1956–1958), 3× All-NBA Second Team (1956–1958), NBA Rookie of the Year (1956), NBA rebounding leader (1957), No. 12 retired by Sacramento Kings, First-team All-American – Look (1955), Second-team All-American – NEA (1955), Third-team All-American – AP, UPI, Collier's (1955), No. 26 retired by Saint Francis Red Flash
  • Points: 3,315 (16.4 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,492 (17.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,062 (5.3 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Maurice Stokes was one of the most dominant players in NBA history. He was a power forward and center, and is considered to be one of the best ever to play the game.

Maurice Stokes led his team to two championships while playing for the Cincinnati Royals in 1958 and 1959. After leaving basketball, he had several unsuccessful business ventures before dying from heart failure at 36 years old.

His number 12 jersey is now retired by both the Rochester Royals and the Miami Heat, who acquired it when he joined their teams as an assistant coach in 2013-14 season. Maurice Stokes was an All-Star player in the NBA for three seasons and led the league in rebounds twice.

He is also a member of the College Basketball Hall of Fame and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001. Maurice Stokes died at just 54 years old after a long battle with cancer, leaving behind a legacy as one of basketball's all-time greats.

49. Otis Thorpe

Otis Thorpe Career

  • High school: Lake Worth Community, (Lake Worth, Florida)
  • College: Providence (1980–1984)
  • NBA draft 1984 / Round: 1 / Pick: 9th overall
  • Selected by the Kansas City Kings
  • Playing career: 1984–2001
  • Position: Power forward / Center
  • Number: 33, 50, 10, 52
  • 1984–1988: Kansas City / Sacramento Kings
  • 1988–1995: Houston Rockets
  • 1995: Portland Trail Blazers
  • 1995–1997: Detroit Pistons
  • 1997–1998: Vancouver Grizzlies
  • 1998: Sacramento Kings
  • 1998–1999: Washington Wizards
  • 1999–2000: Miami Heat
  • 2000–2001: Charlotte Hornets
  • NBA champion (1994), NBA All-Star (1992), First-team All-Big East (1984), 2× Third-team All-Big East (1982, 1983), Big East All-Freshman Team (1981)
  • Points: 17,600 (14.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 10,370 (8.2 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,730 (2.2 apg)

Thorpe played in the NBA for over a decade, starting out with the Kansas City Kings. Thorpe was known for his rebounding and shot-blocking abilities. After leaving the NBA, Thorpe enjoyed a successful career playing in Europe and Asia.

Otis Thorpe was a two-time NBA All-Star and champion. Otis Thorpe was drafted by the Houston Rockets in 1988. Otis Thorpe played for the Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers, Detroit Pistons, Sacramento Kings and Washington Wizards over his career.

Otis Thorpe averaged 14 points per game throughout his career and is considered one of the best power forwards to play in the NBA. After retiring from playing professional basketball, Otis Thorpe became an analyst on Turner Sports’ coverage of NCAA Tournament games

50. Arnie Risen

Arnie Risen Career

  • High school: Williamstown, (Williamstown, Kentucky)
  • College: , Eastern Kentucky (1942–1943), Ohio State (1943–1945)
  • Playing career: 1945–1958
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 14, 19
  • 1945–1948: Indianapolis Kautskys
  • 1948–1955: Rochester Royals
  • 1955–1958: Boston Celtics
  • 2× NBA champion (1951, 1957), 4× NBA All-Star (1952–1955), All-BAA Second Team (1949), All-NBL Second Team (1947), Second-team All-American – Helms, Converse (1945)
  • Points: 7,633
  • Rebounds: 5,011
  • Assists: 1,058
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Arnie Risen was born on October 9, 1924 in Williamstown, Kentucky. He played college basketball at Ohio State and then spent the next six years playing professional basketball with teams like the Rochester Royals and the Philadelphia Warriors.

In 1958, Arnie retired from professional play to start his coaching career as an assistant coach for Ohio State's men's team. In 1971, he became head coach of Eastern Kentucky University and led them to a national championship in 1974-75 season before resigning after one more year at EKU.

After retiring from coaching Arnie started working as a radio commentator for various sports events until his death in 2012 at the age of 87 Risen was a dominant player in the NBA for more than 20 seasons. He is one of just four players to win two titles with different teams, and he ranks third all-time in assists.

Risen attended West Point Military Academy before playing professional basketball. After retiring from the league, he served as an assistant coach for several teams before becoming president of Basketball Operations for the Philadelphia 76ers in 2003

51. Tyreke Evans

Small forward

Tyreke Evans Career

  • High school: American Christian Academy, (Aston, Pennsylvania)
  • College: Memphis (2008–2009)
  • NBA draft 2009 / Round: 1 / Pick: 4th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2009–2019; 2022–present
  • 2009–2013: Sacramento Kings
  • 2013–2017: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 2017: Sacramento Kings
  • 2017–2018: Memphis Grizzlies
  • 2018–2019: Indiana Pacers
  • 2022: Wisconsin Herd
  • 2022–present: Indios de Mayagüez
  • NBA Rookie of the Year (2010), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2010), First-team All-Conference USA (2009), Conference USA Freshman of the Year (2009), Conference USA tournament MVP (2009), McDonald's All-American MVP (2008), First-team Parade All-American (2008), Fourth-team Parade All-American (2007)

Tyreke Evans was a four-time All-Star and two-time scoring champion in the NBA. He helped lead the Sacramento Kings to an appearance in the 2013 NBA Finals, where they were defeated by LeBron James and the Miami Heat.

After leaving Sacramento, Evans signed with New Orleans Pelicans, but he was traded to Memphis Grizzlies just before the start of the 2019–20 season. Evans is a prolific scorer who can shoot from anywhere on court and has excellent ball handling skills for a point guard or shooting guard.

Although his playing career may be coming to an end, Tyreke Evans remains one of most decorated players in basketball history with numerous accolades including five MVP awards and three championship rings as part of a successful career that also saw him win Rookie of The Year honors in 2009

Final Words

. . The Sacramento Kings are a professional basketball team with an intriguing past. Founded in 1945, the Kings have had some great players over the years and it is hard to choose just one.

Some of the best include Rick Barry, DeMarcus Cousins, Jason Williams and Peja Stojakovic.

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