Sacramento Kings

Should The Kings Pull Off A Trade For Chris Bosh?

Jeremy JContributor IJanuary 17, 2010

Kevin Martin and Kenny Thomas for Chris Bosh? The money works out, but will Petrie want to give up on a top back court combo, Evans and Martin, to have a chance of signing Bosh to a monster deal in the off season?

The Kings who look to have another lottery pick this year, can get a big-man if they keep Martin, to solidify the depth chart at PF and C. Should they draft a big man or trade for one?

Could the Kings have any shot of getting a James, Wade, Bosh, Dirk, Amare? If the Kings think they have a shot of any one of these guys in the off season then don't let Martin go.

Martin who had 19 points in his first game back from injury looked good with Evans. The two guys combined for 33 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 steals in the first game together and the chemistry will only grow.

If the Kings stick with Evans and Martin could Petrie possible add Amare to the lineup this off season? Most teams will want the bigger name, the Bosh, Wade, James and Amare is just as good.

Kenny Thomas comes off the books this year, and Nocioni might be out before the trade deadline to give more playing time to Fancisco Garcia, Donte Greene and Omri Casspi.

If the Kings can add any big name free agents this off season it will only make the hopes for the playoffs and a Championship come sooner. I think Petrie who got an extension recently might want to get a Championship team contender and they can do that by making a splash in free agency rather than trading.

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