While many expected the Sacramento Kings to improve this season after adding scorer Marcus Thornton via trade from New Orleans last season before the deadline and rookies Isaiah Thomas, Jimmer Fredette and Tyler Honeycutt, they've done the opposite.
With a limited amount of games left in the season, it's not promising for the Kings to match or surpass last season's win total.
Changes need to occur in Sacramento in order for the Kings to be competitive. Many things have to suffice in order for the Kings to get back to their glory days, where just earlier this past decade, the Kings appeared in postseason play eight straight seasons, including a Western Conference Finals appearance.
Adding talent is the obvious solutions but here's 10 changes that need to happen in order for the Kings to be competitive.