The Sacramento Kings have had their fair share of questionable decisions throughout their history. They've struggled to find elite talent and the few times that they've actually gotten it right in the draft, they've failed to keep those players for long.
The Kings will always be mocked by the way things unfolded for them back in 2018. It seemed like they just couldn't go wrong with Luka Doncic and Trae Young up for grabs, yet they decided to get Marvin Bagley III.
And, while Bagley has shown some flashes of upside, people will always wonder how different things could've been for them had they leaned towards Doncic and Young.
Moreover, it seems like not even Bagley is happy with the way things went down in Sacramento, as he recently liked a tweet of a picture of the 2018 class that reads that he needs to leave the team.
Also, Bagley removed the Sacramento Kings from his bio on Twitter, which clearly led to plenty of speculation about his desire to leave.
This wouldn't be the first time that Bagley is in this kind of situation, as his father and De'Aaron Fox's dad got into a bit of an online beef earlier in the season.
Throughout his brief career in the league, the former Duke Blue Devil has posted averages of 14.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game on 50% from the floor.
While those numbers aren't exactly bad, they're unimpressive when compared to what players like Deandre Ayton and the aforementioned Luka Doncic and Trae Young have accomplished.
Also, he's dealt with multiple injuries and that will also be a red flag for any team potentially interested in trading for him, but he's still pretty young and has interesting potential.