Unfortunately I think the Kings retain Luke and Vlade. I also think they miss out of the playoffs and pick at the end of the lottery in the 12-14 range (basically the worst result of a season for draft purposes).
Not pick up option:
Jabari will not pick up option and look for another team/contract
Fox for Max: which if I'm not mistaken (let me know if I am) really hits the cap in 21-22
Resign Len: 3 year 16 mil (3rd team option)
Bogi: sign and trade with Pels for 1st round pick (top 10 protected) and Josh Hart
FA pickups: (not pretending we can get big names)
SF Josh Jackson 3yr 20 mil (3rd year 7 mil team option)
C Kyle O'Quinn 2 yr 6 mil
Pels pick conveys at 11-13: PF Paul Reed 2.5 https://hoopshype.com/2019/12/09/depaul-paul-reed-scouting-report-nba-draft-analysis/ defensive stud with developing offensive game
Kings pick at 14: SF Aaron Nesmith 2.3 https://www.babcockhoops.com/post/prospect-spotlight-aaron-nesmith Dude was shooting over 50% from 3 on 8 attempts per game
Both guys could be legit players that take over for Barnes and Belly
Final Roster: 15 players, 114.8 mil
PG: Fox 8, Cojo 12.6, Guy .5
SG: Buddy 26.4, Hart 3.5, James 1.5
SF: Barnes 22, Jackson 6.5, Nesmith 2.3
PF: Bagley 9, Belly 7, Reed 2.5
C: Holmes 5, Len 5, O'Quinn 3
The big hurt is I think Giles gets a slightly higher than we can offer contract from someone and leaves for 2/10.
This roster gives us a decent blend of compete for tail end of playoffs next season but still developing younger talent with high upside.
Win now players: Fox, Cojo, Buddy, Hart, Barnes, Belly, Holmes
Still Developing/high upside: Fox, Guy, Hart, James, Jackson, Nesmith, Bagley, Reed
Mid 20s maybe still developing: Len, Hart