what would it take to get it? Could the kings have both the #4 and #5 pick? who would we draft then?
I am not sold on Rubio as an NBA point, and i think Evans is better at the 2 guard. I really wish Jennings hadn't acted a fool when he was here because I think he has the most potential. What if we could draft 2 of the guards with the most potential this year and see what happens? With the 4 and 5 pick we could have a Rubio/Jennings/Flynn and Evans/Holliday/Harden backcourt for a few years for cheap. Washington seems willing to give up their pick. We trade 23 and or 31 and some combination of players to get the 5 and upgrade our backcourt? what do you all think?
Also, trading our current backcourt of Beno and Kevin plus Spencer, #23 (dont be too sentimental) for jamison, blatche, nick young and the #5 works. Not the best scenario for us. But washington would at least consider it. If it is too much what do you all think it would take to get the #5?