Do not continue reading if you hate purely hypothetical situations that have no real chance of becoming reality.
There. You've been warned. If you are still with me, consider this implausible scenario:
First, from the not so crazy file, we will suck balls next year, and be in the lottery. That much is grounded in reality. Then allow youself a flight of fancy, and consider the possibilites if the Kings were, in fact, to completely luck out and win the top spot in the lottery.
We now are in position to draft a potential superstar in John Wall. But wait, there's more...
John Wall plays point guard and so does Tyreke Evens. Neither is a particularly good outside shooter, so they don't necessarily fit well together. Too much yin, not enough yang. So what do you do?
Consider this: Trade Tyrke to Golden State for Anthony Randolph. Draft Wall. Sit back and enjoy.
Why Golden State would do it: Tyreke is the absolute perfect fit next to Monta Ellis. Ellis is a small 2 that can guard the point but has trouble gaurding 2s. Tyreke is a big 1 that can guard the 2. Much like when a Baron Davis was there, Ellis will thrive next to a big physical point. Also, GS is probably going to be in the lottery again. And, the upcoming lottery is stacked with power forwards that could replace AR.
Why Sacramento would do it: Randolph is an extremly athletic and skilled 3-4 combo. I think he has All Star talent, and I believe John Wall is the best player in the draft. By getting Randolph and Wall, we have 2 potential All Stars and some good complementary pieces in Hawes and JT.
Shield your eyes. This lineup would be almost to good to be true.