The Sacramento Kings had a breakthrough season last year from center Demarcus Cousins. Jason Thompson also had a strong year since being inserted into the starting lineup. The team could badly use another big man to join their rotation. At pick number five there may be several players available who could fill that role.
Sullinger may be a reach for Sacramento in the draft. He had a great freshmen season but trailed off in his sophomore season. He's a strong and powerful player and would give Sacramento two powerful players in the post. Fans probably wouldn't be too happy with this selection.
Robinson is expected to go very high in the draft and would be a perfect fit in Sacramento. He played three very productive years in Kansas and was one of the most dominant players I saw play in college basketball last season. He would provide a physical presence for the team that is much needed. With uncertainty ahead of them in the draft, there is a chance Robinson could still be available at number five.
Drummond could be another nice addition to play alongside DeMarcus Cousins. He is very young but could develop into a dominant player on the defensive end. Drummond could also fit in well with the teams running offense. Drummond could be too much of a developmental player for the team to select, but I would be very happy with this selection.
Zeller has been very productive at the center position for North Carolina. He can shoot well and is solid defensively. I think Zeller would be a nice addition to the team but may be a bit of a reach where Sacramento is drafting.
Sacramento missed out on the first overall pick and prospect Anthony Davis. They may look at John Henson to be a strong defensive presence in the lineup. Henson is a step down from Davis but could still be a good player.
Kyle Rapoza is a Featured Contributor for the Yahoo! Contributor Network and a lifelong fan of the Sacramento Kings. He started going to Kings games at age six and has attended hundreds of games since.