There are reports that the Kings front office is concerned about George Karl's effectiveness.
Kings head coach George Karl said that he could rotate his starting lineup during the regular season.
George Karl said his relationship with Rajon Rondo couldn't be better.
The Kings practiced with an 18-second shot clock on Wednesday.
Vlade Divac acknowledged that the situation between DeMarcus Cousins and George Karl "isn't pretty right now," but said he expects both to be with the Kings when the 2015-16 season begins.
Kings owner Vivek Ranadive has reportedly hired lawyers to find a loophole in George Karl's contract which would allow him to be fired.
George Karl is reportedly no longer in the loop on Sacramento's draft discussions.
The Kings have discussed firing head coach George Karl, according to sources of Chris Broussard.
The Kings reportedly do not intend to fire George Karl.
Kings' owner Vivek Ranadive is reportedly frustrated with the rift between George Karl and DeMarcus Cousins because when Karl was hired he said he would not involve himself in personnel decisions.
Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders reports that the Kings could part ways with DeMarcus Cousins or George Karl.
The Kings are willing to move the No. 6 pick in the draft if it brings back a "proven player," according to Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated.
George Karl said that he doesn't think a player taken No. 6 overall in the NBA draft could slot into a 30-minute role with the Kings during his rookie season.
George Karl said it's essential that the Kings are united in the front office moving forward.