The Kings and Jason Thompson have agreed to terms, reports Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee. It's a multi-year deal worth $6MM per season, Jones tweets, while the precise length of the contract remains unclear The two sides had been close to an agreement earlier today, so the move comes as little surprise. The move will become official after the moratorium on signing ends Wednesday.
Geoff Petrie, the team's president of basketball operations, indicated the Kings aren't done dealing in the wake of the Thompson agreement and missing out on Ryan Anderson, who agreed today to go to the Hornets in a sign-and-trade.
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What they need to do now is sign Lou Williams for 6m. Then try to get a SF I heard igudola wants out on philidelphia. So maybe kings can trade tyreke and salmons for Andre igudola. If that doesn’t work kings should do a sign and trade with with golden state for brandon rush and put him as SF or amnesty john salmons and offer brandon rush 5 mill.