The Sacramento Kings have the talent and the capacity to make the NBA Playoffs this season, something they haven't done since 2006.
Now the major block between Sacramento and a return to the playoffs is one of leadership and chemistry, and if the Kings can get both, they could easily have the talent to sneak into the playoffs in the Western Conference.
The potential is there, thanks to the young guns of Tyreke Evans and DeMarcus Cousins, both of whom have worked extensively in the long summer to refine the weaknesses in their game.
But the offseason is not over yet, and the Kings have plenty of time to add the missing pieces to their puzzle. With only about $32 million in committed salary, the Kings need to add around $17 million in new contracts in order to reach the CBA-regulated $49 million salary floor before the beginning of the season.
How are the Kings looking to spend their money, and will it help them on their quest to return to the playoffs? Let's take a look.