Sacramento Kings Podcast 10/23: Interview with James Ham of Cowbell Kingdom

February 9, 2013; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings fans perform the crowd wave during the fourth quarter between the Sacramento Kings and the Utah Jazz at Sleep Train Arena. The Kings defeated the Jazz 120-109. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

In this episode of the Kings’s Court podcast, I get an in-depth interview with Cowbell Kingdom’s James Ham (@James_Ham). We get into all the questions that all fans are wondering about with the season right around the corner, starting off with the topic of Jimmer Fredette. James gives his input on where he believes he fits in the rotation for this Kings team, and what the possible future could hold for him or Marcus Thornton.

While talking about the battle between two of the shooting guards, we, of course, can’t leave out rookie Ben McLemore. James and I give our predictions of where we see Ben going into the season, and if he should be the starter for opening night.

From the two position, we move on to the forward positions. We talk about how the 3 and 4 spots for this Kings team are the most open battles, which  player is the best fit for the starting five. We go over the big man, DeMarcus Cousins. We discuss what this new regime has been, and will continue to do to make him reach his full potenital. James and I then move on to what I believe is the best battle in training camp and preseason: the point guard position.

Everyone has their own preference on who the starter should be, and Ham gives his prediction of who should be the starter. He also explains why whoever starts may not be the one getting the most minutes. Lastly, I put James on the spot, and ask who he projects as his starting 5 and also his projected season record.

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Topics: Sacramento Kings

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