I think this would be the ultimate outcome for us in the draft. The more I look at some of these players I think as we get deeper into the draft (Especially if we're able to get Rubio at #4), we need to get a solid base of athleticism and defense and multiple position players to add flexibilty to the bench and build a "2nd team - bench mob" if you will. This is assuming that Donte, Shock/Hawes are our starting frontcourt and K-Mart our 2 and RR becomes our starting PG. I really think the best way to attack this draft is to get some athletes that can add flexibilty to the rotations and make impacts from the bench.
Omri looked extremely impressive in his workouts, and he seems to have similar qualities to Hedo (maybe not quite as polished and rangy as a shooter), and definitely a guy Petrie would like (at #23). I think Terrance Williams could be a poor man's Artest...which would give us a solid defender and some "thuggishness" off the bench, which I really miss from RonRon leaving (if you've ever noticed, every NBA fan whatever team they are associated with will never talk sh*t about Artest as far as being a defensive monster and a leader, that was the one take I could always go to being a Kings fan down in LA). I would love to get either of those guys at that pick.
At #31, Jermaine Taylor could be a perfect backup at SG if he develops his game, from this video he definitely has the athleticism and size to be an intimidating SG (I see a little bit of Vince Carter in him) and maybe some time at SF. I could see him pairing up on the 2nd team w/ Cisco or Dante nicely.
I'd obviously like to get some depth in the frontcourt, but maybe resigning Ike at a reasonable rate is the way to go considering how weak this draft is with big guys.
I am hosting a Kings draft party down in LA at my local bar "Tank's" if any one is interested piling on, let me know...the motto is, "assume the worst, hope for the best" - I am a Cubbies fan as well, so used to it... :)