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The Kings are one of the youngest teams in the league. What they need more than anything right now is a true point guard to run the show. Someone that will move the ball, find open teammates in places they are comfortable with the ball, and bring poise and calm to a young team.
Tyreke Evans plays the point most of the time, but he isn't really a point guard. He is really a two guard or a small forward. His success at the point in college led to a belief that he could play the position. He can't.
Beno Udrih plays the point guard but he is more of a scoring point or third guard.
Fransisco Garcia can't stay healthy enough to find out if he can play the position and lacks point guard passing skills anyway.
Pooh Jeter is too young (and not good enough) to make an impact.
All this adds up to a team with no direction on offense.
Far too many possessions don't even get started until there is less than 10 seconds on the shot clock. Way too much one-on-one play is happening. No ball movement, just four guys standing around watching the person with the ball (usually Evans) dribble and eventually force up a bad shot.
The Kings will not improve until a real point guard is added to the mix. This will not happen mid-season. So, the Kings offense figures to be terrible for the foreseeable future.