SACRAMENTO -- The rumor mill never takes a day off. De’Aaron Fox and his Sacramento teammates were hit with a new round of speculation Sunday morning when a report broke out of Cleveland regarding the Kings interest in All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving. According to Sam Amico, the Kings are expected to offer Fox, along with veteran Kosta Koufos and possibly more for Irving, who is coming off his best season as a pro. The 25-year-old point guard posted 25.2 points and 5.8 assists last season for Cleveland and is under contract for two more seasons with a player option for a third year. A league source confirmed to NBC Sports California that the Kings have no interest in dealing Fox, who they acquired
Are you a Choose Your Own Adventure fan? If so, what the Sacramento Kings did on Twitter is totally for you. If not, you will still love it after I explain the concept: There were these books from the 1980s in which you were instructed to make a choice between two actions, like "to attack the beast, turn to page 45" or "to run back down the hallway you came from, turn to page 137" that would build your very own story based on your choices. Got it? Here's what the Kings did: Let's see how I did to show you how it works. It starts this way: I'm a good teammate, so I'm passing: That opens up to this: I'll try the rookie: We all know the corner three is the best shot you can take, right? What?! Noooooo!
ESPN.com Ever since the news broke last week that Kyrie Irving wants to be traded, the rumor mill has been busy with speculation regrading possible deals that might be acceptable to the Cleveland Cavaliers. If they choose to trade Irving, the Cavs will likely ask for a top point guard, a young player and a future draft pick in return for Irving. While Minnesota, San Antonio, Miami and New York are reportedly his preferred destinations, the Cavs can move the six-year NBA veteran to any team since he doesn't possess a no-trade clause in his contract like LeBron James has. With that in mind, Cleveland will likely get calls from a majority of NBA teams seeking to acquire Irving. The Sacramento Kings