Jun 26, 2014; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Nik Stauskas (Michigan) shakes hands with NBA commissioner Adam Silver after being selected as the number eight overall pick to the Sacramento Kings in the 2014 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Sacramento Kings Podcast: Will Nik Stauskas Be A Good Fit?


In this episode of The Kings Court, Vincent Miracle will review the 2014 NBA Draft. Of course the show will kick off with the reaction, to the Sacramento Kings eighth pick, Nik Stauskas. Vince will give you his pros-and-cons on this pick and also why he believes Stauskas is a needed on this Kings roster.The show also gives great detail into why the Kings need Nik Stauskas on their roster with the abilities he brings.

Could he be the final piece the Kings need to finally make a playoff run?

Next the desk will give out the biggest winners out of the draft. Every trade, steal, and sleeper will be named. Who do you think the winner of this draft is? Vince will explain how one player in this draft, will be making their team a title contender right away.

To round out the show Vince will be taking fan questions. If you have a question or topic that you want on the show, you can email your questions to [email protected]

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  • Ed

    Let’s be real! Ben McLemore did not live up to the hype around him. There is no guarantee he will improve or fit in the Kings system. I like the pick of Stauskus. He will create competition at that position and perhaps Ben will step up, if not, he comes off the bench. It’s a business….tough. Also, they desperately needed a deep threat who has handles, passing and shoot the 3 consistently. It will open up the lanes to the hole and perhaps they will finally understand (after watching the Spurs destroy the Heat) that passing is vital in order to compete in the NBA. STOP the ONE on ONE play that any team can defend! Practice and drill two steps and pass, two steps and pass, two steps and pass and find the open man! PLEASE!

    • SacKingsNation.com

      I know what you mean, McLemore is no guarantee that he will live up to his potential. I really like what you said, Stauskas brings competition and that’s exactly what both of these young guys need. Something to work hard for, something that makes them better. Keep watching the show and become a subscriber!

      • Ed

        In your opinion, what can the Kings do to improve their passing? You want to talk about “sticking”, that’s the definition of the King’s offense last year. It seems to me that the Spurs buy into a system where they do not care about who gets the “stats” for the night, but only the win. Can Demarcus, Rudy, or even IT learn from the Spurs? If we cannot take a page from the Spurs, who pretty much gave the textbook for fundamental NBA basketball, do we need different players who have the character to improve and take constructive criticism? Perhaps, the Kings need to first define what their system is and what characters or players best fit that system…um?

        • Ed

          Yeah…I’ll join SacKingsNation. I like the commentary and I believe you need to challenge Kings’ fans to think outside the box. Every team should take notes from the Spurs on what constitutes a “TEAM”, esp. after they completely destroy one of the most talented and expensive teams in the league!