Tyler Honeycutt has officially been recalled by the Sacramento Kings from the NBA D-League's Reno Bighorns. Honeycutt spent a few weeks with Reno, but earned limited playing time. It's unclear why exactly the Kings chose to bring him back, though Marcus Thornton continues to struggle with a quad injury.
Honeycutt was a second-round pick in the 2011 NBA Draft and is one of three rookies on the Kings roster. He has played just a bit this season, though he did start one preseason game under Paul Westphal. He was assigned to Reno before Keith Smart took over as head coach.