Sacramento Kings Consider Options with Sean May and Ike Diogu

Jason Coldiron@@tweetme1979Correspondent IJuly 15, 2009

CHARLOTTE, NC - FEBRUARY 9:  Sean May #42 of the Charlotte Bobcats puts up a shot during the game against the Los Angeles Clippers at Time Warner Cable Arena on February 9, 2009 in Charlotte, North Carolina. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Yesterday, in Las Vegas, the Kings worked out former Bobcats forward Sean May. The workout was also seen by representatives from the Portland Trailblazers.


May has played in just 82 games in his first three seasons in the NBA, due to three different knee surgeries. There were also many reports that he had a falling out with Bobcats coach Larry Brown.


While the Kings were working out May, another King, Ike Diogu waits for his fate. On a team that is clearly looking for frontcourt help, many are confused as to why Diogu hasn't received a contract offer.


Diogu was impressive in starting the last two games of the season for the Kings, but his team option was declined. Many expected him to be brought back into the fold with the Kings at a lower price. That has not happened. Diogu waits patiently.


"I was disappointed [the Kings declined the offer], because I felt that I handled myself extremely well in a very tough situation last year," Diogu said by phone from Phoenix. "I felt I could've helped the team a lot earlier than I was given the chance to, and I felt like they knew what they were getting."


It remains unclear if Diogu or May will receive offers from the Kings, who clearly need to fortify the frontcourt.