Sacramento is bringing in LeHigh guard C.J. McCollum for the second time, but the first time under GM Pete D'Alessandro's watch. McCollum joins Shabazz Muhammad and Tony Snell as the only three players the Kings have brought in for more than one look, but Muhammad was unable to actually work out the second time due to an injury.
Pitt center Steven Adams, who has been rising up draft boards due in part to his size, athleticism and good workouts, is also making an appearance. Adams and Rudy Gobert are the only real center prospects the Kings have brought in that might be lottery choices (unless you count Cody Zeller as a center and not a power forward).
McCollum and Adams will be joined by Arizona's Grant Jerrett, Texas' Myck Kabongo, Syracuse's James Southerland and Indiana's Christian Watford.