Ryan Anderson had a meeting with the Sacramento Kings, raising a possible scenario where he plays near home next year. It seems like a bad fit for both Anderson and the Kings, but maybe they have an idea through a trade or two that could make sense of it all.
A recent report states that Anderson should make around $40 million over a four-year contract, making him someone that the Kings could definitely afford. The problem is that Thomas Robinson was just drafted by the Kings and the team also has DeMarcus Cousins still in the frontcourt.
Anderson definitely made a name for himself with the Orlando Magic last season, thrusting himself into stardom around the league. He finished the season averaged 16.1 points and 32.2 minutes per game, while becoming one of the better three-point shooters in the NBA. He has the ability to really spread the court for any team and should have been someone that Orlando wanted to keep in town.
As a restricted free agent, the Magic can still match any deal that Anderson is offered, which is potentially the plan anyways. At just 24 years old, Anderson has quite a bit of life left in those legs of his.
Do you think that Ryan Anderson signing with the Sacramento Kings is a mistake for everyone involved? Should the Orlando Magic match any deal that Anderson gets offered?