That's the best we're gonna do?
Well, it ain't good enough. Not by a long shot.
Not if you've been listening to the propaganda drivel spewed by this franchise over the past five years. They've been waiting for this chance. Waiting to spend.
Yes, I know Sacramento is a small-market with little or no appeal to the NBA's big names.
But now there is no excuse not to spend. In fact, the dirt-poor Maloofs have to spend. And that means they are going to have to do one of two things:
One: Offer a max deal with stupid, silly money for either Tyson Chandler or Marc Gasol, hoping to make a big splash and possibly getting lucky.
Two: Make a blockbuster trade.
I vote for the second option, mainly because the Kings have some talented players that are highly coveted around the league.
I'd trade DeMarcus Cousins or Tyreke Evans in a second if I could bring back some upper-crust valuable win-now talent. I'm not convinced either player is a team player. And Sacramento fans don't have another four years to watch them develop. After all, the team could be in Anaheim by this time next December.
It's time to win now. Like this minute. This season.
Get me some unselfish ballers. Some veterans. Some winners.