Rebuild the culture while winning is not enough?
A report from Yahoo! Sports Chris Haines says it could not be for the Sacramento Kings coach Dave Yorker.
"There seems to be a significant disconnect between the front offices of Sacramento Kings and the head coach Dave Jurger regarding the franchise's priorities and directions," sports sources told Yahoo Sports.
According to the source of the league, Haines writes that the rift between the offices of the kings and the Yurger stems from the distribution of his minutes. The article specifically mentions Marvin Bagley's first round role with the team and to a lesser extent, Skal Labissiere and Harry Giles through the first 15 games of the season.
During the game of Kings-Rocket on Saturday, the general manager Vlade Divac issued a statement Refutes Hines' report: "Dave has full support and confidence. We continue to work together to develop our young core and compete."
Bagley has yet to start a game, with Yurger choosing to start veteran Nemanja Bjelica over the rookie at Forward Power. Bjelica signed a three-year contract, with $ 20.5 million with the Kings at the end of the rest and was a pleasant surprise for the team.
Overall Choice # 2 In the NBA Draft 2018, Bagley averaged 11.6 points and 5.5 rebounds in 22.3 minutes per game entered Saturday.
The former Duke star showed signs of high potential, but he is still learning about the end. In Friday's loss to Memphis Grizzlies, the 19-year-old finished 1 out of 3 from the field with seven points and one rebound in 20 minutes of action.
Associate rookie Aran G. Jackson Jr., whose kings passed on the draft, posted 27 points and six rebounds in 32 minutes as a starter for Grizzly.
Sacramento entered Saturday's game with Houston with a surprising 8-7 record on the season. Yurger relied on Baylika and Iman Schumpert as the only two kings to receive consistent playing time. Kosta Koufos is an average of 14 minutes on seven games, and Zach Randolph is not yet suitable for the game for the season.
The Yurger was his fourth option picked last summer and is under contract next season, but it has not prevented kings from making such a decision in the past.
Michael Malone was letting go of 24 games into the 2014-15 season after the start of the year 11-13. The team was 9-5 at one point, but the big man DeMarcus Cousins contracted viral meningitis and missed nine games. Sacramento passed the second stage, and Melon was relieved.
Unnamed: Kings completely whirled out of control. Tyrone Corbin only lasted 28 games on the wheel, finishing with a record of 7-21. George & amp; Carl took over the team and finished the season 11-19, but the chemistry of kings and culture was completely destroyed in chaos.
Sacramento finished the next season at the age of 33-49, and Karl was fired shortly thereafter with two years remaining in his contract.
The Yurger has a very good game Kings. His younger team leads the NBA at the pace and has defied the oddsmakers almost every round of the season.
So, the Yurger is victorious while developing the young core of the club. The second guard of the year, De-Aaron Fuchs, has a voyage into the kings, and the improvements of boy Buddy and Willi Kauli-Stein are no less impressive.
The players have been talking about the group's positive culture again, and they say they like the style of the game. If it is enough to keep the yurger in Sacramento still not seen.