Kings To Sign 1st Nba Player Of Indian Descent

Kings to sign 1st NBA player of Indian descent

Person with knowledge of deal: Kings to make Sim Bhullar NBA's 1st player of Indian descent        

Senh: His numbers (10 points, 9 rebounds, 4 blocks) aren't very impressive, especially coming from the Developmental League. He seems to be a decent shot-blocker. At 7-foot-5 and 360 pounds, I'm not sure how he fits into George Karl's running game. Still, I'm curious.

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