Zach Randolph Is Signing With The Sacramento Kings

Zach Randolph Is Signing With The Sacramento Kings

Sources told ESPN, the free agent has agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal with the Sacramento Kings. Randolph reached agreement on a two-year, $24 million pact, according to ESPN.

The Kings are after veteran leadership during the free agency period with not only Randolph, but bringing in combo guard George Hill on a three-year deal. And it just makes all the more evident the Grizzlies' shift towards youth and player development since David Fizdale was hired as head coach.

Hill, 31, averaged a career-high 16.9 points last season, but was limited to 49 games due to injuries. He also dished out 4.2 assists per game and shot 47.7 percent from the floor and 40.3 percent from 3-point range.

Hill declined a wealthier offer from the Jazz during the season and seemed intent on departing.

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The Jazz had interest in signing Hill to an extension during the season, but he opted to wait to test the open market.

Randolph has spent the last eight seasons in Memphis, making a pair of All-Star appearances (2010, 2013) and an All-NBA Third Team in 2011.

He will likely reprise his sixth man role with the Kings and could be leaned on at the end of close games. His 20 double-doubles were the most by any bench player in the league.

Randolph has career averages of 16.8 points and 9.3 rebounds over 16 National Basketball Association seasons. However, his per-36-minute scoring and rebounding numbers were the best of his Memphis tenure.