The Sacramento Kings will hold their fourth workout for the 2015 NBA Draft this Sunday, and they'll be bringing in a couple of bigger name wing prospects in Wisconsin's Sam Dekker and Arizona's Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Neither Dekker or Hollis-Jefferson have been projected to go to the Kings at 6, but they've both been mentioned in the late lottery and mid-first round. As such, they could be decent possibilities for Sacramento should the Kings trade down in the draft.
Along with Dekker and Hollis-Jefferson, the Kings will also be working out Long Beach State PG Mike Caffey, Wisconsin PF Duje Dukan and West Virginia PG Juwan Staten. According to DraftExpress' projections, none of these players are projected to be drafted.
With the NBA Draft set to happen just one week from now, this could very well be Sacramento's last pre-draft workout. They have yet to workout Justise Winslow, another possibility that's been mentioned at 6, or Hollis-Jefferson's more high profile teammate, Stanley Johnson.