The Sacramento Kings are one of the league's best up-and-coming teams, and if they improve quickly, they have the chance to make the playoffs next season.
They have an explosive young backcourt, consisting of Mr. Irrelevant Isaiah Thomas and Marcus Thornton. 2010 Rookie of the Year Tyreke Evans is a good scorer for them from the perimeter, and young post-players Thomas Robinson and DeMarcus Cousins round out the starting lineup.
The team has a lot of potential, and each player is 25 years old or younger. With age, though, comes inexperience, and Thornton is the only starting King not on his rookie contract; all five have no more than four years of NBA experience.
Here are four things that the Kings need to do if they want to make the playoffs next season.