No, I don't know why he's wearing a jock strap on his face either.
Harold Pressley is your 43rd Greatest Sacramento King of All-Time. Pressley was one of those rare players who played his entire career with Sacramento, leaving for Europe after his Kings career. Pressley also briefly served as Director of Player Development for the Kings back in 2007, a job currently held by Fat Lever.
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Tyus Edney, Cuttino Mobley, Jim Jackson, Larry Drew, Sarunas Marciulionis, Marcus Thornton, Carl Landry, Billy Owens, Terry Tyler, and Joe Kleine. After the jump, a statistical breakdown of their time in a uniform.
Tyus Edney (1996-1997):
12.7 PER, 9.0 PPG, .402 FG%, 2.1 RPG, 4.0 APG, 1.0 STL in 25.7 MPG (150 Games Played)
1995-96 All-Rookie 2nd Team Selection