The Sacramento Kings franchise has built quite a history. It's been in existence for 65 years, made the playoffs on 29 different occasions and won five division championships and one NBA title. Through the years, it's also built a legacy of some excellent players.
But what would a roster of the franchise's best look like? Who would start at what position? Who would be the backups? Well, here are the answers to those questions.
Before we get to the Sacramento Kings' Dream Team, let's get caught up on the selection process.
First, this is the franchise's dream team. Therefore, players from different eras and different locations are eligible. You'll see players from the early days in Rochester all the way through the recent past in Sacramento.
Second, the totality of a player's career with the team was weighed more heavily than a player's peak value. So players who spent a significant portion of their career with the franchise and were also impact players during that time were ranked ahead of those who had short but elite tenures with the organization.
Third, since a whole roster was determined, positional breakdowns were considered. This isn't a power ranking of the franchise's best players, Therefore, positions like point guard, where the organization has had two Hall of Famers, were more difficult to determine than those like center, where there weren't too many stars in team history.
All stats used are from Basketball-Reference.com.
You can also find the franchise leaderboard at Basketball-Reference.com.