The Kings are "very open" to moving some of their young players, reports Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio (via Twitter), calling Sacramento a "willing trade partner."
Despite having plenty of talents on their roster, the Kings are off to another slow start, tied for last place in the Western Conference with the Hornets. As I pointed out when I recapped the team's offseason, Sacramento has assets, but not ones that fit particularly well together.
Tyreke Evans, DeMarcus Cousins, Jimmer Fredette, Thomas Robinson, and James Johnson are the Kings players still on rookie contracts, though obviously the club would be less open to moving some of those players. Fredette has been the subject of a few trade rumors, and Evans and Johnson are on expiring deals, so they all could be trade candidates, but I doubt Cousins and Robinson are going anywhere.