Former first-round pick George Hill has signed with the Sacramento Kings following ESPN reports that he was in talks with the Los Angeles Lakers on a short-term deal:
Hill is coming off a career-year in Utah, where he averaged 16.9 points per game. He helped the Jazz to the playoffs alongside All-Star Gordon Hayward.
The Kings followed that up with inking two-time All-Star Zach Randolph, formerly of the Memphis Grizzlies:
He was reportedly in talks with the Lakers, where he would have served as a mentor of sorts for first-round pick Lonzo Ball.
The Lakers have reportedly also had discussions with former Boston Celtic Rajon Rondo.