The Kings have some great guards on the team now that are developing rapidly. Bogey, Fox and Mason and Hield. Hill is okay. The 3 is a problem, but against some teams Bogey can take that position and make small ball work really well. Temple is erratic. Love him or hate him. JJ is a ways away from being ready. Vince is like the secret weapon that only comes out some of the time. The big men seem to have a lot of trouble playing team defense and rebounding. Randolph can be a force on offense, but never plays defense even at an average level. He seems to be a better offensive rebounder than on defense. Willie and Skal both seem to put a lot of effort into their offense. Willie plays out of control a some of the time. Both are working on their left hands, but not there yet. Willie has had some really good offensive nights but is not consistent. The effort he puts into rebounding varies wildly. Willie and Skal are both below average defenders. They have a lot of trouble defending the 3 point line and give up plenty of lay-ups. When they rotate from the weak side they are late. Their defensive rebounding is terrible. They have a lot of 4 board games even when they get 25 minutes or more. There have been some exceptions. Willie on a good night, fills up the stat sheet. Kufous is a journey man type 5 that always works hard on defense and rebounding. Against the Lakers, KK got the same amount of rebounds in 20 minutes that Randolph, Willie and Skal combined got in around 25 minutes each. Kufous is not really the guy you want to start on your team, but at some point his rebounding and defense are so much better than the other 3 guys I think you have to consider it. KK on offense has a limited arsenal, but shoots a high percentage. If the Kings are going to be able to compete night in and night out, then they better figure out how to get some rebounding and defense from the 4 and 5 positions. It is their Achilles Heel.