If the Sacramento Kings want to take a step forward in 2013-14, they'll need solid production from their new additions. But given the players that were added, getting a consistent output should be expected.
Greivis Vasquez is a proven point guard and an immediate upgrade over the incumbents when it comes to facilitating an offense.
Carl Landry and Luc Mbah a Moute will fortify the frontcourt. Landry brings scoring and rebounding to the Kings' three-headed monster at the 4. Mbah a Moute is an upgrade on defense and in rebounding over John Salmons and Travis Outlaw.
Even the rookies, Ben McLemore and Ray McCallum, will have an impact from the get-go. McLemore's likely the starting shooting guard, and with his offensive skill set, he'll be able to contribute points immediately. McCallum provides added size as a 1-guard and an extra facilitator on offense.
Between the five of them, the Kings get help at virtually every position (other than center) and in nearly every statistical category. Now it will be up to the coaching staff to convert their contributions into wins.