Kings select SF Justin Jackson with the No. 15 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft

Kings select SF Justin Jackson with the No. 15 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft

The Kings traded the No. 10 overall pick for two first-round picks and went with a national champion No. 15 overall in the 2017 draft.

Sacramento selected small forward Justin Jackson out of UNC with their second first-round pick. 

Jackson averaged 18. 3 points and 4.7 rebounds per game as a junior. He was named the ACC Player of the Year. 

The Kings also own the No. 20 and No. 34 overall picks in the draft. 

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Kings trade No. 10 to Blazers for two first-round picks in 2017 NBA Draft

Kings trade No. 10 to Blazers for two first-round picks in 2017 NBA Draft

After grabbing their point guard of the future at No. 5 overall, the Kings made a trade at No. 10 for depth with the Portland Trail Blazers.

The Kings will receive the No. 15 and No. 20 picks in the 2017 NBA Draft.

Portland selected power forward Zach Collins out of Gonzaga with the pick. 

Sacramento also owns the No. 34 overall pick in the draft.

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Kings fill biggest need, select PG Fox No. 5 overall in 2017 NBA Draft

Kings fill biggest need, select PG Fox No. 5 overall in 2017 NBA Draft

SACRAMENTO -- Patience is a virtue. The Sacramento Kings showed great restraint over the last few weeks, turning down opportunities to move up in the 2017 NBA Draft to select the player they have targeted. Instead of giving away the fifth and tenth overall selection to move into the top three, they held tight and Kentucky point guard De’Aaron Fox fell to them at No. 5.
 
Fox instantly fills the team’s biggest need. With both Darren Collison and Ty Lawson entering the summer as unrestricted free agents and veteran Langston Galloway opting out of the final year of his contract, Fox becomes the Kings lone player at the point. 
 
The 19-year-old freshman posted big numbers in his lone season with the Wildcats, posting 16.7 points, 4.6 assists and 4.0 rebounds in 29.6 minutes per game. He struggled from long distance, shooting just 24.6 percent from 3-point range, but he is considered the fastest player in the draft. 
 
At 6-foot-3 with a 6-foot-6.5 wingspan, Fox is a tenacious defender that projects as a high-end two-way player. 
 
With Fox in tow, the Kings have filled one opening and they still have both the 10th pick and an early second rounder to add to the roster.