We have some NBA Mock Draft movement this week. On Monday, DraftExpress updated its mock. A week ago, immediately after the lottery, DX had Congolese big man Bismack Biyombo heading to the Sacramento Kings. Now, after the draft combine, it's San Diego State forward Kawhi Leonard.
Biyombo is still on the board in DX's mock scenario, but both Brandon Knight (No. 3, Utah) and Kemba Walker (No. 5, Toronto) gone.
I also put out a new mock draft at SBNation.com today. Last week, I had Leonard as the Kings' pick at No. 7. This time, Knight, the Kentucky point guard, makes it to No. 7.
Interestingly enough, Sean Deveney of Sporting News also lands Knight on the Kings. Here's his explanation:
The Kings will keep G Tyreke Evans at shooting guard, so they are in the market for a point guard.
I continue to think the positional designations on Evans do more to obscure the Kings' situation than reveal it, but that's neither here nor there. Sacramento is clearly considering adding a point guard -- Geoff Petrie said as much in his most recent interview with Jason Jones -- and there's a possibility one will be available at No. 7. If it's Knight, Chad Ford has reported the Kings will take him. If it's Walker? We'll see.