Travis Outlaw will get the start Wednesday with DeMarcus Cousins suspended for one game.
Travis Outlaw became an emergency starter for the Kings on Sunday, notching 11 points, three rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 26 minutes.
Keith Smart believes Travis Outlaw will help the Kings on defense this season.
Travis Outlaw is earning the praise of the Kings' coaching staff and could be in line to start at small forward this season.
Travis Outlaw broke his hand in the offseason and will wear a protective glove to start the year.
Travis Outlaw will start for injured Marcus Thornton (quad) on Thursday against the Lakers.
Travis Outlaw started and hit 7-of-15 shots and two 3-pointers on his way to 20 points, seven rebounds, four steals and two blocks on the Kings loss to the Thunder on Tuesday.
Travis Outlaw started for injured Marcus Thornton (quad) on Friday, and missed all six of his field goal attempts on his way to one point, four rebounds, one steal, and one block in 27 minutes.
Travis Outlaw started for injured Tyreke Evans (back) on Friday, scoring two points on 1-of-5 shooting with one rebound and two blocks in 14 minutes.
Travis Outlaw may see a decreased role in the rotation under Keith Smart.
Travis Outlaw, who is recovering from a broken hand, practiced with the Kings on Monday.
The Kings have claimed Travis Outlaw off waivers, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Sources are telling the New York Post that the Knicks are interested in Travis Outlaw if he clears the amnesty waiver process. Teams that are under the salary-cap would have first shot at Outlaw through a bidding process before the Knicks could make a claim.
Travis Outlaw has been waived by the Nets using the amnesty clause.