The Sacramento Kings have been busy this offseason. The team has added a new starting point guard, lost last year's floor general and added an exciting player in the draft.
As with all offseason moves, we'll have to see the pieces on the court to get a definitive answer of how they'll all fit together. That said, it's never too early to look at the moves a team has made and make an evaluation of how each one will pan out.
We'll be grading each of the Kings' noteworthy offseason moves, factoring in whether it's an upgrade over what was previously there, or how the contract should play out if it's a free-agent signing. In the case of trades, although there's really only one, we'll weigh the team's return in comparison to what it gave up. Then at the end, a cumulative grade for the offseason will be handed out.
Of course, keep in mind more moves may be on the horizon. There will be plenty of time to analyze those additions if they come to fruition. For now, let's grade the moves the Kings have made and how they'll work out.