Sacramento Kings Extended Offseason: What Each Player Can Work On

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Sacramento Kings Extended Offseason: What Each Player Can Work On
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The last memory for Kings fans could end up being that heartfelt season finale they played against the Lakers in mid April. With the lockout, a lot of people are talking like the players and owners are prepared to wait this thing out.

While the overarching issue is constructing a working collective bargaining agreement, the 1998 lockout and 2011 lockout are much different.

Thirty-two games were lost in the 1998-1999 season, which is a far cry from the entire season. Cleveland Cavalier Antwan Jamison stated that the players are much more united and ready for this lockout than the one experienced his rookie year.

While players may be readying themselves for what could be a long and messy string of negotiations, they should also be taking this extra time to work on their games. Considering the Kings are coming off a 24-win season, each player has something they can work on greatly. 

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