Sacramento Kings 2011: 5 Realistic Offseason Moves the Kings Should Consider

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Sacramento Kings 2011: 5 Realistic Offseason Moves the Kings Should Consider
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The Sacramento Kings success may determine their future home

The Sacramento Kings have new prospect Jimmer Fredette to begin the 2011-2012 season. Building a successful season will be crucial to retaining talent, which has been a problem for the past five seasons. The disappointing 24-58 season in 2010-2011 leaves a bitter feeling in the hearts of Kings fans who have seen the team fail to meet expectations since the Rick Adelman era.

Still, the future of one of the youngest teams of the NBA is bright if they can build a well rounded roster. The Kings have only five players older than 25. The skill of team leader Tyreke Evans, former rookie of the year, with support from newly acquired Marcus Thompson bring a swift back court to distribute the ball. Now the team needs an offseason to prime the franchise for a return to compete in the Western Conference. 

Here are the top five offseason moves that need to be made before the 2011 season tips off to build a competitive franchise again in Sacramento.

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