Ben McLemore fell to No. 7 in the 2013 NBA Draft, and the Sacramento Kings scooped him right up. At No. 36, the Kings picked up a point guard in Ray McCallum, Jr. A guard-heavy team gets more guards! Here's what the Kings' depth chart looks like with free agents in italics.
PG: Isaiah Thomas | Jimmer Fredette | Toney Douglas | Ray McCallum
SG: Tyreke Evans | Marcus Thornton | Ben McLemore
SF: John Salmons | James Johnson | Travis Outlaw
PF: Jason Thompson | Patrick Patterson | Chuck Hayes
C: DeMarcus Cousins | Cole Aldrich
That's 15 players total, which is actually the maximum roster size. But Johnson almost certainly won't be back, so we're down to 14: seven in the frontcourt, seven guards. I would argue that drafting two guards puts Douglas on the outside, so you're down to six guards. That's probably one too many for the roster, and 2-3 too many for the rotation.
The McLemore win certainly brought Evans' restricted free agency into the spotlight. But if Pete D'Alessandro can find a market for Jimmer Fredette and/or Marcus Thornton, you could keep Tyreke while still getting minutes for Isaiah and McLemore.
The journey is just beginning.