2011 NBA Mock Draft: Sacramento Kings Take PF/C Bismack Biyombo, States DraftExpress

The Sacramento Kings are young and talented. They have two players to build around in Tyreke Evans and DeMarcus Cousins. They have another scoring threat in Marcus Thornton who can either be the third option, or can be a tradeable asset for a better fit for this team. And they have a hodge-podge of solid to average NBA talent in Jason Thompson, Beno Udrih, Francisco Garcia, and Samuel Dalembert. So you figure adding another young and talented individual could do a lot to improving

DraftExpress has released the first of many mock drafts that we'll probably see in June, and they have the Kings centering in on a Geoff Petrie special, Bismack Biyombo from the Congo. Otherwise known as the second coming of Serge Ibaka, Biyombo has exhibited some of the defensive and rebounding prowess that can make him quite a game-changer on the floor to create more options for guys like Cousins, Evans, and Thornton.

Take a look at this video of Biyombo. What do you think about the Kings drafting him with the seventh pick? Let us know in the comments!

BISMACK BIYOMBO (via XPHERES)

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