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Ranking the Top 50 Sacramento Kings, Pick No. 38


Jason's facial expression in this photo matches that of Kings fans the night he was drafted

Jason Thompson is your 37th Greatest Sacramento King of All-Time.  Jason Thompson might have been the biggest draft surprise in recent memory (although Hedo and Peja's selection probably trump him overall) and while he's unlikely to ever be a star, he's done very well in his few years here.  Also, if you want a laugh, take a look at the 2008 Open Draft Thread, possibly the most hilarious thread on StR, and the reason I found the site myself, as it was linked to by various other sports sites, amused by our incredulity.

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Michael Smith, Duane Causwell, Mike Woodson, Ricky Berry, Tyus Edney, Bonzi WellsCuttino Mobley, Harold Pressley, Jim Jackson and Larry DrewAfter the jump, a statistical breakdown of their time in a Kings uniform.

Michael Smith (1995-1998):
13.5 PER, 6.2 PPG, 7.1 RPG, 1.6 APG, .8 STL, .7 BLK in 24.4 MPG (246 Games Played)

Duane Causwell (1991-1997):
12.1 PER, 5.5 PPG, .516 FG%, 4.7 RPG, .5 APG, 1.6 BLK in 19.4 MPG (429 Games Played)
1st All-Time in Blocks (695)

Mike Woodson (1986):
14.2 PER, 15.6 PPG, .475 FG%, 2.8 RPG, 2.4 APG, 1.1 STL in 29.8 MPG (81 Games Played)

Ricky Berry (1989):
13.1 PER, 11.0 PPG, .450 FG%, .406 3P%, 3.1 RPG, 1.3 APG in 22.0 MPG (64 Games Played)

Tyus Edney (1996-1997):

12.7 PER, 9.0 PPG, .402 FG%, 2.1 RPG, 4.0 APG, 1.0 STL in 25.7 MPG (150 Games Played)
1995-96 All-Rookie 2nd Team Selection

Bonzi Wells (2006):
16.6 PER, 13.6 PPG, .463 FG%, 7.7 RPG, 2.8 APG, 1.8 STL in 32.4 MPG (52 Games Played)

Cuttino Mobley (2005):
14.9 PER, 17.8 PPG, .440 FG%, .424 3P%, 3.9 RPG, 3.4 APG, 1.2 STL in 38.7 MPG (43 Games Played)

Harold Pressley (1987-1990):
13.8 PER, 9.0 PPG, .437 FG%, .358 3P%, 4.5 RPG, 2.1 APG, .9 STL in 22.7 MPG (299 Games Played)

Jim Jackson (2003):
12.4 PER, 7.7 PPG, .442 FG%, .451 3P%, 4.2 RPG, 1.9 APG in 20.8 MPG (63 Games Played)

Larry Drew (1986):
13.7 PER, 11.9 PPG, .485 FG%, 1.7 RPG, 4.5 APG, .9 STL in 26.3 MPG (75 Games Played)