Western Notes: Kings, Rondo, Irving

The Kings‘ organization has had its share of dysfunction over the past few years, but Brandon Williams, who was recently named the team’s assistant GM, believes the franchise doesn’t get enough credit, as Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee passes along.

“I started to feel like I know what a lot of people outside of the organization know, and reading reports. And who knows if that’s true?” Williams said. “There’s always a little bit of truth, but who knows until you’re a part of it? And what I felt being around him and others is that the organization might be a little bit misunderstood.

“I do think there’s a real strong desire to put good people in place and to compete for something special, and there’s certainly no disillusionment that it isn’t going be hard. It’s going to take a lot of grinding effort.”

Before joining the Kings, Williams worked in the Sixers’ front office during their rebuild and his time in Philadelphia should only help him as he looks to build the Kings into playoff contenders.

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6 thoughts on “Western Notes: Kings, Rondo, Irving

  1. Hen1CHC

    “If the are going to”

    Forgot the “Jazz” there in the Kyrie section

        • H.Henderson

          I was wrong about the time frame. If Rubio is to be packaged with another player then the Jazz would have to wait 60 days from the date he was traded on, in order to trade him. I had to look it up. You are right about December 15th for free agents. My bad

  2. Z-A

    Are the Grizzlies ready to blow it up?

    Conley & Gasol to Cleveland

    Irving and Love traded to teams like… the Suns, Jazz, or Nuggets, and the young assets make their way to Memphis.

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