The Sacramento Kings have options. With such a wide range of players, the Kings have choices for their opening-day rotation.
With the signing of point guard Aaron Brooks, the re-signing of forward Jason Thompson and the drafting of forward Thomas Robinson, the Kings have the pieces in order to make a serious run for a postseason spot.
Of course, seasons aren't defined by the way a team's lineup looks in the preseason. The Kings have more talent than in years past, but will they play well together? Do they have too many shoot-hungry guards? It all depends on the way head coach Keith Smart picks his lineups.
Here is a list of the Kings' lineup that will likely start the NBA season. Obviously the lineup is not set in stone. Smart will try out many combinations to see which ones play the best together.
Note: Take a look at 82games.com. They have a list of which five-man rotations were the most successful on the court together.