THURSDAY, 2:50pm: The Kings have officially signed Heath to the camp roster, the team announced today in a press release.
TUESDAY, 4:09pm: Although the Kings previously announced that they had finalized their training camp roster with the additions of DeQuan Jones and Hamady N'Diaye, it appears the team will bring at least one more player to camp. Jorge Sierra of HoopsHype confirms (Twitter link) that the Kings will sign Brandon Heath, a move first reported by Maria Mitzova of EuroBasket.com.
Since Heath went undrafted out of San Diego State in 2007, he hasn't appeared in a regular-season NBA game, though he participated in Summer League play with the SuperSonics, Clippers, and Nets over the years. The 6'4" guard also spent one season with the D-League's Los Angeles D-Fenders, and most recently played for Lukoil Academic in Bulgaria, averaging 12.0 PPG and 4.7 APG in 39 contests in 2012/13.
After adding Heath, the Kings will be carrying 18 players on their training camp roster, including 14 guys on fully guaranteed contracts.