Sacramento Kings Regular Season Rosters
1999-2000 Sacramento Kings Regular Season Roster
1999-2000 Sacramento Depth Chart
|Starters||J. Williams||N. Anderson||C. Williamson||C. Webber||V. Divac|
|Rotation||T. Delk||J. Barry||P. Stojakovic||L. Funderburke||S. Pollard|
|Rotation||D. Martin||T. Corbin|
|Lim PT||R. Robertson||B. Wennington|
1999-2000 Pacific Division Standings
|1||Los Angeles Lakers||67-15||-|
|2||Portland Trail Blazers||59-23||8|
|6||Golden State Warriors||19-63||48|
|7||Los Angeles Clippers||15-67||52|
1999-2000 Sacramento Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Chris Webber||All-NBA Third Team (2000)
|Chris Webber||Player Of The Week (01/03/00, 01/17/00)
|Chris Webber||Western All-Star Coaches Selection (2000)
|Jason Williams||Rising Stars Challenge Participant (2000)
|Vlade Divac||J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award (2000)
1999-2000 Sacramento Season Stat Leaders
1999-2000 Sacramento Kings Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
Lawrence Funderburke was selected as the #24 pick in the Second Round of the 1994 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. Lawrence Funderburke signed a multi-year contract with the Sacramento Kings on July 8, 1997. Lawrence Funderburke re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on August 4, 1999.
Ryan Robertson was selected as the #16 pick in the Second Round of the 1999 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. Ryan Robertson signed a multi-year contract with the Sacramento Kings on August 27, 1999.
Corliss Williamson was selected as the #13 pick in the First Round of the 1995 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings. Corliss Williamson signed a multi-year contract with the Sacramento Kings on October 3, 1995. Corliss Williamson re-signed to a contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on January 22, 1999. Corliss Williamson re-signed to a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on September 29, 1999.
|Acquired via Trade
Nick Anderson was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Orlando Magic on August 3, 1999.
Chris Webber was acquired in a trade by the Sacramento Kings from the Washington Wizards on May 14, 1998.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Tyrone Corbin signed a contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on October 2, 1999.
Tony Delk signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on August 16, 1999.
Vlade Divac signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on January 22, 1999.
Darrick Martin signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on August 4, 1999.
Bill Wennington signed a contract as a free agent with the Sacramento Kings on September 7, 1999.
1999-2000 Sacramento Kings Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Maloof Sports & Entertainment||Owner||1999-2000||N/A|
|Rick Adelman||Head Coach||1998-1999||Head Coach (Golden State Warriors, 1995 to 1997)|
|Pete Carril||Assistant Coach||2009-2010||Assistant Coach (Washington Wizards, 2007 to 2008)|
|Geoff Petrie||President of Basketball Operations, General Manager||1994-1995||General Manager (Portland Trail Blazers, 1992 to 1994)|
|Wayne Cooper||VP of Basketball Operations||1996-1997||Assistant Coach (Sacramento Kings, 1994 to 1996)|
|Scotty Stirling||Director of Scouting||1989-1990||N/A|
|Jerry Reynolds||Director of Player Personnel||1994-1995||General Manager (Sacramento Kings, 1989 to 1994)|
|Bubba Burrage||Video Coordinator, Advance Scout||1995-1996||N/A|
|Pete Youngman||Athletic Trainer||1996-1997||Assistant Athletic Trainer (Sacramento Kings, 1993 to 1996)|
|Gary Gerould||Radio Broadcaster||1985-1986||N/A|