Zach Randolph agrees to two-year deal with Sacramento Kings

The Kings started free agency with just two players on the roster who are not on their rookie contracts - guard Garrett Temple and center Kosta Koufos - and were seeking some proven players to provide stability.

Memphis Grizzlies and former Michigan State forward Zach Randolph agreed to a two-year deal with the Sacramento Kings worth $24 million, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski via Twitter.

This comes after David Aldridge of reported on Cleveland's interest in the power forward Friday and said the team was expected to reach out to him via phone the next day. He can either set up the offense or play off ball with his 40 percent 3-point shot.

Utah acquired Hill from his hometown Indiana Pacers last summer by dealing the No. 12 overall pick in the 2016 draft in a three-team trade with the Atlanta Hawks, filling the Jazz's glaring need for a starting point guard. Meanwhile, Randolph can still be counted on for plenty of double-doubles with his stout rebounding and trusty mid-range/face-up game.

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The Vertical's Shams Charania says the deal with Hill is for three years at $57 million. He is averaging 11.8 points and 3.3 assists in nine National Basketball Association seasons.

Despite missing time with injuries, Hill played great for the Jazz.

Randolph is turning 36 but is still a productive frontcourt player.

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