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Sacramento Kings' Willie Cauley-Stein Likely to start regular season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Willie Cauley-Stein has started each of the Sacramento Kings ' last two preseason games and appears to be in line to open the regular season as a starter.

Coach George Karl intimated following Thursday's win over San Antonio that he's leaning toward including the rookie out of Kentucky in his starting lineup. Cauley-Stein has been starting in the frontcourt alongside DeMarcus Cousins, allowing the Kings to be somewhat positionless up front, with both players capable of filling the center and power forward roles. Reports surfaced at the onset of camp suggesting Cauley-Stein had reported out of shape, but his conditioning has not appeared to be an issue through three exhibition contests. From a fantasy perspective, Cauley-Stein should be a solid producer of rebounds, blocks and steals for his position, though his offensive game is still very much a work in progress.

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Kings F Omri Casspi suffering from illness
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Flu-like symptoms have caused Sacramento Kings F Omri Casspi to leave the Thursday preseason game. He is doubtful to return.

Considering that the contest doesn't mean much for the big picture, it's not a surprise that they'll take a precaution to ensure the illness doesn't cause something worse. Assuming it ends up being nothing more than a bug, he should be good to go for the beginning of the regular season.

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Kings PG Rajon Rondo scores five points in preseason opener
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sacramento Kings point guard Rajon Rondo (back) played 19 minutes in the Kings' exhibition opener Monday against the Portland Trail Blazers . He finished with five points (2-4 FG, 1-2 FT) and contributed five rebounds, three assists, and two steals.

Coach George Karl played his starting backcourt of Rondo and Ben McLemore for less than 20 minutes apiece, paving the way for Darren Collison (21 points, 10 assists) and Marco Belinelli (32 points) to turn in big games off the bench. Rondo, who had been bothered by a sore tailbone at a recent practice, seems to be back to full health, and should be locked in as the Kings' starter at point guard, despite Collison's strong performance. If anything, look for Collison to play alongside Rondo more frequently than directly cut into his minutes.

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Kings G Marco Belinelli enjoys offensive outburst Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sacramento Kings guard Marco Belinelli (hamstring) scored 32 points (12-18 FG, 4-10 3Pt, 4-8 FT) and added four assists, three boards, and three steals in 34 minutes in the Kings' preseason opener against Portland Pilots .

Belinelli has shown the ability to light it up from time to time in the past, but don't anticipate Monday's excellent shooting display to earn him a massive role in the Kings' rotation to begin the regular season. Ben McLemore still seems to be entrenched as coach George Karl's preferred starter at shooting guard, leaving Belinelli to come off the bench as the Kings' sixth or seventh man.

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Darren Collision healthy, ready to be a key contributor for Kings in 2015-16
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sacramento Kings guard Darren Collison , whose past season ended in March after he underwent core muscle surgery, said that he's 100 percent recovered and feels his healthiest in years, Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee reports.

"This injury was something I had since my Indiana years," Collison said. "This is going back three or four years ago. My doctor said I should have had surgery back then, but I just happened to have it [last March]. I've actually been playing hurt the last three years, I just didn't know it."

Collison was one of the Kings' more acclaimed offseason acquisitions heading into last season, and although he was able to record a career-best 16.1 points per game on a respectable 47.3 percent shooting mark, the injury limited him to just 45 games. With Collison justifiably optimistic about his health outlook following the surgery, he'll again be positioned to play a key role for the team, though he's more likely to see time off the ball following the Kings' signing of point guard Rajon Rondo .

Collison has previous experience playing the two-guard spot during his time alongside Chris Paul in Los Angeles and has a capable shot from three-point range, so he seems capable of making the adjustment. However, the move to shooting guard likely hurts him from a fantasy perspective, as last season's average of 5.6 assists per game are almost certain to take a hit with Rondo now assuming most of the ball-handling duties.

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGDeMarcus Cousins , C24.1
RPGDeMarcus Cousins , C12.7
APGRudy Gay , SF3.7
FG%DeMarcus Cousins , C46.7
FT%Rudy Gay , SF85.8
3P%Ben McLemore , SG35.8
BLOCKSDeMarcus Cousins , C103
STEALSDeMarcus Cousins , C90
MPGRudy Gay , SF35.4
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