Sacramento Kings Draft: Holiday, Flynn, and Jennings To Work Out

Jason ColdironCorrespondent IJune 12, 2009

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The Kings are set to introduce new head coach Paul Westphal on Friday, a day on which they will also work out three strong possibilities for their fourth overall selection in the upcoming NBA draft.

 

In the morning, the Kings will be holding a workout featuring UCLA's Jrue Holiday, Syracuse's Jonny Flynn and Italian League professional Brandon Jennings.

 

In the afternoon, they will formally introduce Westphal, the new head coach who finalized his contract Thursday evening.

 

Westphal is expected to be at the morning workout and will be a part of the draft selection process from this point forward.

 

The Kings' biggest position of need on the court is clearly point guard, so the team will give strong consideration to drafting at that position.

 

A strong workout by any of the three could give them a foot up on the others in their quest to be drafted as high as possible.