Who is the Kings go-to guy late? Based on recent play I'd say Tyreke Evans. But the Kings seem to have no fewer than four players on the court at once that believe they are the go-to guy.
That's part of why the Kings look confused. When everyone wants to be or thinks they are the man, there's no order.
"We've got to know what shot we want and execute," said Chuck Hayes. "Situation basketball is killing us. Hopefully all the heartache and pain we're going through will teach us something and give us experience on what not to do."
Kings coach Keith Smart said he doesn't define roles and wants players to have freedom. But until the Kings prove they can handle that responsibility, Smart has to tighten the screws on his team.