What’s next for the Kings after extending Mike Brown?

After weeks of negotiations, the Sacramento Kings and head coach Mike Brown reached an agreement on a multi-year extension this weekend.

Brown, who was entering the final guaranteed year of his original contract with the Kings, has signed a three-year, $30 million deal that will keep him under contract through the 2026-27 season.

It was a well-deserved deal for Brown, the 2022-2023 NBA Coach of the Year and Sacramento’s only head coach to appear in the playoffs since the start of the 2006-07 season, and a deal that increased the 54 year old yielded. the same reach as coaches in the league, such as Detroit’s Monty Williams and Phoenix’s Mike Budenholzer.

Although the short-lived – and probably blown out of proportion – Brown vs. Kings drama has subsided, the fact remains that Sacramento has some work to do this summer after missing the NBA Playoffs by one game.

Kings general manager Monte McNair will hand in his time card in the coming weeks once the NBA Finals conclude and eyes turn to the NBA Draft (June 26-27) and the start of free agency (June 30).

If Sacramento misses the playoffs next season, who will be on the hot sea: Brown, McNair or both?

During the Monday edition of The Carmichael Dave Show with Jason Rossthe guys shared their thoughts on what’s next for Brown, McNair and the Kings – and who could be to blame if Sacramento falls short in 2024-2025:

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Discussed topics

  • Did Mike Brown Give the Kings a Discount to Sign an Extension?
  • Even though Sacramento missed the NBA Playoffs by one game, does Sacramento deserve a new deal?
  • An important question: if not Mike Brown, who is?
  • Is Brown in the right seat if the Kings miss the playoffs next season?
  • Another disappointing season could change fans’ perception of Brown, as well as this core of talent
  • Is GM Monte McNair more to blame if Sacramento misses the postseason?

Listen to The Carmichael Dave Show with Jason Ross from 6am to 10am PST, Monday through Friday, on Sactown Sports 1140.

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When does the next NBA offseason date matter?

The NBA Draft is now a two-night event.

Wednesday, June 26 will serve as the first night of the 2024 NBA Draft, where the Sacramento Kings will make their first-round selection (13th). The second round of the draft will be held on Thursday, June 27, where the Kings will use their 45th overall pick.

Sacramento hasn’t had a first-round pick since 2022, when Iowa product selected Keegan Murray with the fourth overall pick.

Stay tuned to Sactown Sports for all your Kings draft coverage, including player profiles, pre-draft workout reports, draft night coverage and much more.

NBA offseason schedule

  • Wednesday June 26 to Thursday June 27 – 2024 NBA Draft
  • Sunday June 30 – Free agent negotiating window opens (3:00 PM PST)
  • Saturday July 6 – Free agents can officially sign contracts
  • July 12-22 – Las Vegas Summer League
  • July 27 – August 11 – 2024 Olympic Games
  • Friday September 27 – NBA training camps begin

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