However, despite the improvement in terms of the bottom line (the Kings were an abysmal 27-55 last season), all is not well in Sac Town.
Kings head coach Dave Joerger could be on his way out in Sacramento because of strategic differences with the club.
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Dave Joerger is now into his third season as head coach of the Sacramento Kings, which qualifies him as a long-term solution for a franchise on its fifth head coach in six years. Going further, 2018 No. 2 overall pick Marvin Bagley III is reportedly the primary source of the disconnect and the front office's ire.
Still, it seems a bit absurd that there is already such a problem that the Kings are considering moving on from Joerger - a strong coach - and that the idea has already leaked to the media.
In addition, the team reportedly views this year as a developmental year with a desire to see players like Skal Labissière and Harry Giles see more playing time so they can be better in the future.
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In a statement in response to the report, Divac said: "Dave has our full support and confidence".
Bagley has not started a game this season, averaging only 22.6 minutes and 11.9 points per game.
The Sacramento Kings are off to a surprising 8-7 start to the 2018-19 season.
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The front office has grown frustrated by how the minutes and roles of the Kings' young prospects have been handled. He was hired in May 16 to replace George Karl.