The Sacramento Kings haven't won an NBA title since moving to Northern California in 1985 but not for a lack of individual brilliance. From the early days of Mitch Richmond to the Chris Webber era to DeMarcus Cousins' current breakout, the Kings have been home to some of the league's top talents.
The Kings' nomadic history traces from Rochester, New York, to Cincinnati to Kansas City, Missouri, with the final stop (hopefully) in Sacramento. While teams in other cities sported superstars like Oscar Robertson and Jack Twyman, this list only evaluated Sacramento ballers.
Players were ranked by their play as members of the Kings, not what they did for other teams around the league. So guys like Danny Ainge, Shareef Abdur-Rahim and Ralph Sampson weren't seriously considered for any of the top spots.