Kings Invite Mitchell, N'Diaye To Camp

Training Camp is set to begin in less that two weeks for the Kings and a couple of names of invitees have surfaced. Jason Jones reported that the Kings training camp roster would likely include 18 players, and hoped to have Summer League Standout Tony Mitchell among them. Jonathan Santiago of Cowbell Kingdom confirmed Mitchell's addition to the training camp roster. According to Santiago, if Mitchell impresses, it could be trouble for Tyler Honeycutt, who sources have told Santiago does not have a guaranteed spot on the team.

Adrian Wojnarowski also reported today that the Kings have invited Free Agent Center Hamady N'Diaye to camp. N'Diaye was with the Wizards for the last two seasons but saw just 83 minutes of playing time. N'Diaye was a phenomenal shot blocker during college and the Kings only have four big men on the roster, so N'Diaye has a shot of making the team.

The other two invitees (if there are really going to be 18) are currently unknown. Former King Darnell Jackson is a good bet, as is Michael Lee, another Summer League standout like Mitchell. For those wondering about Terrence Williams, he accepted a camp invite from the Detroit Pistons, also reported by Wojnarowski.

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