Holmes knocks expert criticism of Kings after Bogi departure
Holmes knocks analyst criticism of Kings after Bogi departure
Bogdan Bogdanovic is now a member of the Hawks after the Kings declined to match Atlanta’s four-year, $72 million deal sheet, letting Bogi leave without getting anything in return.
The relocation even more diminished Sacramento’s lineup and resulted in ESPN expert and previous NBA small forward Richard Jefferson sounding off on Twitter, saying the Kings have “among THE WORST LINEUPS in basketball.”
He went on to state Harrison Barnes winning a title with the Warriors in 2015 was at least something positive, but as for the remainder of the team, he’s not impressed.
Jefferson even stated that regardless of the Kings signing point guard De’Aaron Fox to a five-year, $163 million max extension on Friday, he’s “not prepared yet.”
Kings center Richaun Holmes disagreed with that, responding with a meme stating, “Hold up.”
Fox’s offer is the wealthiest in the group’s history, and the pressure will be on him to end the Kings’ playoff drought, however he has actually more than proven himself.
The No. 5 general choice in the 2017 NBA Draft averaged 21.1 points and 3.8 rebounds per game last season. In his 3 years in the league, he has actually shown … he’s all set.