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Sacramento Kings forward Domantas Sabonis mentioned that he is feeling good and healthy heading into the offseason. He did want to return to the court before the end of the season, but the medical staff was against it. Now, it sounds like Sabonis is healthy and ready to help out his native Lithuania this summer. Sabonis also mentioned that he wants to improve his pick-and-roll game this offseason. He is going to be a big part of the Kings roster going forward, so fantasy managers should feel comfortable knowing Sabonis is healthy and ready to go.
Sacramento Kings guard Davion Mitchell had seemingly no issues during the regular season finale against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday. He finished with 18 points, 15 assists, three rebounds in 40 minutes during their victory over the Suns. Mitchell notched his third double-double of the season. He has been averaging 18 points and seven assists over the last month. The young guard appears to be a focal point of this team going forward. There are risks with drafting Mitchell in 9-cat leagues next season. However, the upside in his game should outweigh the risk.
Sacramento Kings center Alex Len (back) has been given the green light to suit up for Sunday night's game against the Golden State Warriors. Len is currently hampered by a sore back, but it won't keep on the sidelines on Sunday. Unfortunately for Len, he's become a bit buried on the depth chart, even with both Domantas Sabonis (knee) and Richaun Holmes (personal) out of action. Damian Jones is excelling as the team's starting center and the only other big men in Sacramento seeing sturdy minutes right now are Trey Lyles and Chimezie Metu.
Sacramento Kings point guard De'Aaron Fox (hand) and forward/center Domantas Sabonis (knee) have both been ruled out for Friday night's game against the Houston Rockets. Fox has missed six straight games due to right hand soreness while Sabonis has been sidelined with a left knee contusion for four consecutive games. With the Kings sitting at 28-49, it seems likely that neither player will suit up again this year, but neither has been officially ruled out for the rest of the year. Meanwhile, Davion Mitchell and Damian Jones will continue reaping the rewards of their absence. Both players scored exactly 24 points in the team's last game on Wednesday. They are both must-start players in fantasy until further notice.
Sacramento Kings center Damian Jones put together a fantastic performance against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday. This ended up being the perfect storm with the Rockets missing two centers and Jones getting 30-plus minutes. Jones hit 9-of-13 shots, nine rebounds, five assists, and four blocks in 34 minutes. Over the last five games, Jones has averaged 15.8 points, 6.6 rebounds, 1.8 assists, which is eighth-round production. He could be on the streaming radar, but probably won't produce these types of numbers again.