Sacramento Kings Look To the Future with Beno Udrih
He isn’t spectacular like Jason Williams. He hasn’t humbled the Los Angeles Lakers with a leaning, last-second jumper in the playoffs. He doesn’t have an entourage. Heck, he didn’t even have a job when the season began. But as the Kings crawl toward the draft lottery and another offseason of changes, Beno Udrih, despite having unusually small hands and fingers for an NBA point guard, retains a vise-like grip on the starting position. He wants them. They need him. Assuming the free agent-to-be and his bosses reach agreement this summer on a long-term contract – and according to all the parties, this is a reasonable assumption – the job will be Udrih’s for the foreseeable future. Click here for more from the Sacramento Bee.