Zach Randolph agrees to two-year deal with Kings

Posted July 05, 2017

The Sacramento Kings just got KANGZ-y by throwing a bunch of money at two free agents we weren't expecting them to get... and it actually worked.

Hill put up one of his best seasons previous year, scoring 16.9 points per game - a career high - while dishing out 4.2 assists for the Utah Jazz.

The Sacramento Kings have agreed to a three-year, $57 million contract with free agent guard George Hill.

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This comes after David Aldridge of NBA.com reported on Cleveland's interest in the power forward Friday and said the team was expected to reach out to him via phone the next day. He also dished out 4.2 assists per game and shot 47.7 percent from the floor and 40.3 percent from 3-point range.

Hill will serve as a starting-guard addition for the Kings and a veteran mentor for a roster of young talent.

However, on the flip side of these benefits, there are some obvious concerns.

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In nine seasons, Hill has been part of the Spurs' culture under Gregg Popovich, deep postseason runs with the Indiana Pacers and a run to the Western Conference semifinals with the Jazz.

The 31-year-old is averaging 11.8 PPG and 3.3 APG on a.453 shooting percentage.

More than two years of Randolph, who is a solid boost to the frontcourt, Hill is the main question mark here.

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