futility from the Kings

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  1. Laimbeer_84

    Laimbeer_84 Second Round Draft Pick

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    The Kings have a lot of problems but it's not quality of personnel.

    The run the Princeton offense, a complicated system that guys who have have survived in the league on shot making and pure bball instincts can't grasp and master quickly.

    Once Bonzi Wells comes back 100% they will be competitive, but the reality is that they are rebuilding systemically.

    It might be time for a coaching turnover so they can bring in a fresh approach. Wells, Miller, Rahim, Artest and Bibby is almost an All-Star lineup. With Kevin Martin, Jason Hart and Kenny Thomas off the bench, they've got the guys to make some noise.

    Utah did something similar to us last year in the 4th Q. The Jazz remind me a lot of the 2004 Pistons. Very tough defensively. They could be a dark horse in the West.
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    Sycamore Sam First Round Draft Pick

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    Might be the reason why you don't hand your offense to Artest. Who knows what kind of disruptions the guy is causing at practice, and no coaching change will ever remedy that.

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