Sacramento Kings Regular Season Rosters

2015-2016 Sacramento Kings Regular Season Roster

Jersey Player Pos HT WT YOS Pre-Draft Team Draft Status Nationality Free Agent Info
5 Quincy Acy F 6-7 225 3 Baylor 2012 Rnd 2 Pick 7 United States PO-2016; UFA-2017
  James Anderson GF 6-6 213 4 Oklahoma State 2010 Rnd 1 Pick 20 United States PO-2016; UFA-2017
  Marco Belinelli G 6-5 210 8 Fortitudo Bologna (Italy) 2007 Rnd 1 Pick 18 Italy UFA-2018
  Caron Butler SF 6-7 228 13 Connecticut 2002 Rnd 1 Pick 10 United States PO-2016; UFA-2017
18 Omri Casspi F 6-9 225 6 Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv (Israel) 2009 Rnd 1 Pick 23 Israel UFA-2017
  Willie Cauley-Stein C 7-1 242 0 Kentucky 2015 Rnd 1 Pick 6 United States TO-2017; TO-2018; RFA-2019
7 Darren Collison PG 6-0 175 6 UCLA 2009 Rnd 1 Pick 21 United States UFA-2017
15 DeMarcus Cousins C 6-11 270 5 Kentucky 2010 Rnd 1 Pick 5 United States UFA-2018
  Seth Curry G 6-2 185 2 Duke 2013 NBA Draft, Undrafted United States RFA-2016; PO-2016; UFA-2017
  Duje Dukan F 6-10 218 0 Wisconsin 2015 NBA Draft, Undrafted Croatia RFA-2017
8 Rudy Gay SF 6-8 230 9 Connecticut 2006 Rnd 1 Pick 8 United States PO-2017; UFA-2018
  Kosta Koufos C 7-0 265 7 Ohio State 2008 Rnd 1 Pick 23 United States / Greece PO-2018; UFA-2019
23 Ben McLemore SG 6-5 195 2 Kansas 2013 Rnd 1 Pick 7 United States TO-2016; RFA-2017
25 Eric Moreland FC 6-10 218 1 Oregon State 2014 NBA Draft, Undrafted United States RFA-2017
  Rajon Rondo PG 6-1 186 9 Kentucky 2006 Rnd 1 Pick 21 United States UFA-2016
9 David Stockton G 5-11 165 1 Gonzaga 2014 NBA Draft, Undrafted United States RFA-2016

2015-2016 Kings Depth Chart

  PG SG SF PF C
Starters D. Collison B. McLemore R. Gay Q. Acy D. Cousins
Rotation R. Rondo M. Belinelli O. Casspi   K. Koufos
Rotation D. Stockton   C. Butler    
Lim PT   S. Curry J. Anderson   E. Moreland
Lim PT     D. Dukan   W. Cauley-Stein

Kings Draft Rights Retained

Name Pos Draft Status Nationality
Arturas Gudaitis C 2015 Rnd 2 Pick 17 Lithuania
Luka Mitrovic PF 2015 Rnd 2 Pick 30 Serbia
Alex Oriakhi PF 2013 Rnd 2 Pick 27 United States
Dejan Bodiroga SF 1995 Rnd 2 Pick 22 Serbia

Sacramento Kings Future Free Agent Details

2016 2017 2018 2019
Rajon Rondo (UFA)
Caron Butler (PO)
James Anderson (PO)
Quincy Acy (PO)
Seth Curry (PO)
David Stockton (RFA)
Ben McLemore (TO)
Rudy Gay (PO)
Omri Casspi (UFA)
Darren Collison (UFA)
Duje Dukan (RFA)
Eric Moreland (RFA)
Willie Cauley-Stein (TO)
Ben McLemore (RFA)
Marco Belinelli (UFA)
Kosta Koufos (PO)
DeMarcus Cousins (UFA)
Willie Cauley-Stein (TO)
Willie Cauley-Stein (RFA)

Sacramento Kings Future Draft Pick Summary

Year First Round Second Round
20161-10 Own or PHL (via PHL swap for SAC); 11-30 to CHI (via CLE)More favorable of 31-55 and NOP to MIL then other to NOP (via MIL swap of SAC for NOP); 56-60 to OKC (via NOP); SAN
20171-10 Own or PHL (via PHL swap for SAC) if SAC does not convey 1st round pick to CHI in 2016; or Own or PHL (via PHL swap for SAC) if SAC conveys 1st round pick to CHI in 2016; 11-30 to CHI (via CLE) if not already settled31-55 to CHI (via CLE) if SAC has not conveyed 1st round pick to CHI by 2017; 56-60 to CLE (via BOS)
20181-10 Own; 11-30 to PHL if SAC conveys 1st round pick to CHI in 2016Own or swap for POR; less favorable of SAC and POR to DEN if POR has not conveyed 1st round pick to DEN by 2017
2019To PHL if not already settledLess favorable of SAC and MIL then other to PHL (via PHL swap of MIL for SAC (via BRK to PHL))
2020OwnOwn
2021OwnOwn
2022OwnOwn

Sacramento Kings Future Traded Pick Details

Credits Debits

2016 second round draft pick from San Antonio
San Antonio's 2016 2nd round pick to Sacramento [Sacramento-San Antonio, 7/9/2015]

2018 second round draft pick from Portland
Sacramento has the right to swap its 2018 2nd round pick for Portland's 2018 2nd round pick [New Orleans-Portland-Sacramento, 7/10/2013]; Portland may convey the less favorable of these two picks to Denver (see Portland Debits)

2015 second round draft pick to Minnesota
Sacramento's 2015 2nd round pick to Minnesota (via Houston) [Houston-Sacramento, 9/17/2014; Houston-Minnesota-Philadelphia, 12/19/2014]

2016 first round draft pick to Chicago
Sacramento's 1st round pick to Chicago (via Cleveland) protected for selections 1-10 in 2016 and 1-10 in 2017; if Sacramento has not conveyed a 1st round pick to Chicago by 2017, then Sacramento will instead convey its 2017 2nd round pick to Chicago protected for selections 56-60 (if this pick falls within its protected range and is therefore not conveyed, then Sacramento's obligation to Chicago will be extinguished) [Cleveland-Sacramento, 6/30/2011; Chicago-Cleveland, 1/7/2014]

2016 first round draft pick to Philadelphia
Philadelphia has the right to swap its 2016 1st round pick for Sacramento's 2016 1st round pick protected for selections 11-30 (if the Sacramento pick falls within its protected range, then Philadelphia's swap right and Sacramento's obligation to Philadelphia will be extinguished) [Philadelphia-Sacramento, 7/9/2015]

2016 second round draft pick to Milwaukee
Milwaukee will receive the more favorable of Sacramento's 2016 2nd round pick protected for selections 56-60 and New Orleans' 2016 2nd round pick and New Orleans will receive the less favorable of these two picks (via Milwaukee's right to swap Sacramento for New Orleans) (if the Sacramento pick falls within its protected range, then Milwaukee's swap right and Sacramento's and New Orleans' obligations to Milwaukee will be extinguished) [New Orleans-Sacramento, 1/11/2010; New Orleans-Portland-Sacramento, 7/10/2013; Milwaukee-Sacramento, 7/12/2013]; this pick conveyance is the same as the one described in "2016 second round draft pick from New Orleans" on Milwaukee Credits

2016 second round draft pick to Oklahoma City
Sacramento's 2016 2nd round pick to Oklahoma City (via New Orleans) protected for selections 31-55 (if this pick falls within its protected range and is therefore not conveyed, then Sacramento's obligation to Oklahoma City will be extinguished) [New Orleans-Sacramento, 1/11/2010; New Orleans-Oklahoma City, 2/19/2015]

2017 first round draft pick to Philadelphia
If Sacramento conveys a 1st round pick to Chicago in 2016, then Philadelphia has the right to swap its 2017 1st round pick for Sacramento's 2017 1st round pick; if Sacramento does not convey a 1st round pick to Chicago in 2016, then Philadelphia has the right to swap its 2017 1st round pick for Sacramento's 2017 1st round pick protected for selections 11-30 (if the Sacramento pick falls within its protected range, then Philadelphia's swap right and Sacramento's obligation to Philadelphia will be extinguished) [Philadelphia-Sacramento, 7/9/2015]

2017 second round draft pick to Cleveland
Sacramento's 2017 2nd round pick to Cleveland (via Boston) protected for selections 31-55 (if this pick falls within its protected range and is therefore not conveyed, then Sacramento's obligation to Cleveland will be extinguished) [Boston-Sacramento, 2/24/2011; Boston-Cleveland, 9/25/2014]

2018 first round draft pick to Philadelphia
Sacramento's 1st round pick to Philadelphia protected for selections 1-10 in 2018 (conveyable if Sacramento conveys a 1st round pick to Chicago in 2016) and unprotected in 2019 [Philadelphia-Sacramento, 7/9/2015]

2019 second round draft pick to Philadelphia
Philadelphia will receive the more favorable of Milwaukee's 2019 2nd round pick and Sacramento's 2019 2nd round pick and Sacramento will receive the less favorable of these two picks (via Philadelphia's right to swap Milwaukee for Sacramento (via Brooklyn to Philadelphia)) [Milwaukee-Sacramento, 7/12/2013; Brooklyn-Milwaukee, 6/30/2014; Brooklyn-Philadelphia, 10/24/2014]; this pick conveyance is the same as the one described in "2019 second round draft pick from Milwaukee" on Philadelphia Credits

2015-2016 Sacramento Kings Roster Composition

Selected via Draft

Willie Cauley-Stein was selected as the #6 pick in the First Round of the 2015 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. Willie Cauley-Stein signed a multi-year contract with the Sacramento Kings on July 16, 2015.

DeMarcus Cousins was selected as the #5 pick in the First Round of the 2010 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. DeMarcus Cousins signed a multi-year contract with the Sacramento Kings on July 7, 2010. DeMarcus Cousins signed a multi-year extension with the Sacramento Kings on September 30, 2013.

Ben McLemore was selected as the #7 pick in the First Round of the 2013 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. Ben McLemore signed a multi-year contract with the Sacramento Kings on July 13, 2013.

Acquired via Trade

Rudy Gay was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Toronto Raptors on December 9, 2013. Rudy Gay signed a multi-year extension with the Sacramento Kings on November 18, 2014.

Acquired via Free Agency

Quincy Acy signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 22, 2015.

James Anderson signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 16, 2015.

Marco Belinelli signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 13, 2015.

Caron Butler signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 21, 2015.

Omri Casspi signed a contract with the Sacramento Kings on September 18, 2014. Omri Casspi re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 14, 2015.

Darren Collison signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 11, 2014.

Seth Curry signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 22, 2015.

Duje Dukan signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 22, 2015.

Kosta Koufos signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 13, 2015.

Eric Moreland signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 29, 2014.

Rajon Rondo signed a contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on July 13, 2015.

David Stockton signed a contract with the Sacramento Kings on February 20, 2015. David Stockton re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on April 12, 2015.

2015-2016 Sacramento Kings Front Office

Staff Member Position Start Season Previous Job
Vivek Ranadive Owner 2012-2013 Co-Owner (Golden State Warriors, 2010 to 2013)
Dr. Paul E. Jacobs Co-Owner 2013-2014 N/A
Raj Bhathal Co-Owner 2013-2014 N/A
Matina Kolokotronis President of Business Operations 2010-2011 N/A
John Rinehart Chief Financial Officer, Executive VP of Business Operations 2000-2001 N/A
Hakeem Sylver Director of Team Security 2005-2006 N/A
George Karl Head Coach 2014-2015 Head Coach (Denver Nuggets, 2004 to 2013)
Chris Jent Lead Assistant Coach 2013-2014 Assistant Coach (Cleveland Cavaliers, 2006 to 2011)
Corliss Williamson Assistant Coach 2013-2014 Head Coach (Central Arkansas, 2010 to 2014)
Micah Nori Assistant Coach 2013-2014 Assistant Coach (Toronto Raptors, 2009 to 2013)
Ryan Bowen Assistant Coach 2013-2014 Assistant Coach (Denver Nuggets, 2011 to 2013)
Vance Walberg Assistant Coach 2014-2015 Assistant Coach (Philadelphia Sixers, 2013 to 2015)
Chris Granger President 2013-2014 N/A
Mike Bratz Assistant General Manager 2013-2014 Director of Player Personnel (Denver Nuggets, 2012 to 2013)
Shareef Abdur-Rahim Director of Player Personnel 2013-2014 Assistant General Manager (Sacramento Kings, 2010 to 2013)
Elvis Valcarcel Video Coordinator 2013-2014 Video Coordinator (Phoenix Suns, 2009 to 2013)
George McCloud Scout 2013-2014 N/A
Bill Pope Advance Scout 2013-2014 Assistant Coach (Detroit Pistons, 2004 to 2013)
Fat Lever Director of Player Development 2008-2009 N/A
Dee Brown Director of Player Development 2013-2014 Assistant Coach (Detroit Pistons, 2011 to 2013)
Pete Youngman Director of Sports Medicine 2011-2012 Athletic Trainer (Sacramento Kings, 1996 to 2011)
Manny Romero Athletic Trainer 2011-2012 Assistant Athletic Trainer (Sacramento Kings, 2002 to 2011)
Gary Gerould Radio Broadcaster 1985-1986 N/A
Scott Moak Public Address Announcer 2002-2003 N/A