Watching the Twolves game tonight got me thinking of the following three players. Micheal Beasley Anthony Randolph Javale McGee All three will be available in the offseason. Beasley and Randolph have above average offensive games. McGee has above average defensive and shot blocking game. The Wizards and Kings are two examples of how it doesn't work to have too many young guns without clear roles and winning attitudes. But with a strong organization, couch, and play the right way PG could one of those guys come in here, get their sh*t together and be a part of the core going forward. If you had to pick one of those three, who would you take the chance on? Bonus question, if Sacramento continue to play well without Tyreke Evans, how many people would be interested in making a play for him via trade at the draft? He'd be a huge SG who has decent PG skills for when we want to play Kyrie of the ball. We'd be super athletic with him at the 2 and Gee at the 3. But he too, has sort of gotten that knucklehead tag.