Sacramento Kings: Projected 2020-21 Depth Chart

The Sacramento Kings lost a few key players from last season’s roster, but should still be a solid team. While they likely won’t be a playoff team, they certainly won’t be the worst team in the NBA.

We broke down the Kings’ depth chart for the 2020-21 season below. We’ve also previously published a summary of the Kings’ offseason.

Point Guard
De’Aaron Fox
Cory Joseph
Shooting Guard
Buddy Hield
Tyrese Haliburton
Jahmi’us Ramsey
DaQuan Jeffries
Small Forward
Harrison Barnes
Jabari Parker
Glenn Robinson III
Justin James
Robert Woodard II
Power Forward
Marvin Bagley
Nemanja Bjelica
Hassan Whiteside
Richaun Holmes

Biggest Questions

  • Is this the year Marvin Bagley stays healthy and takes the Kings to the next level? He’s got the potential to be one of the best bigs in the entire NBA but hasn’t been healthy enough to contribute towards a successful season in Sacramento.
  • What is Buddy Hield’s future with the team? His name was thrown around all offseason when it came to trade talks. Additionally, the Kings used their recent lottery pick on a combo guard in Tyrese Haliburton who projects to be the guard that plays alongside De’Aaron Fox long-term.

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