The general perception amongst many Kings fans that the weak spot on the floor for the Kings is the SF spot. And while they are right, the typical reasons (player sucks; player doesn't do this that or the other) cited are not. So consider this A) my thoughts on why the Kings ending up with Andre Drummond is not such a terrible idea as it seems (and I know why it seems so) and B) why the SF solution is already on the roster.
Why is A part of this discussion? Well, what are the Kings greatest need? A shot block athletic defensive big man that can score some points next to DeMarcus Cousins. A SF that can complement the Kings bevy of backcourt players (Evans, Thomas, Thornton, Salmons, Fredette) additionally. Some shooting.
Let's address the shooting here for a moment: Thomas, Thornton, and Salmons are all above average when they are wide open. All 3 individual's mentioned can create their own shots with the dribble or without the dribble. Jimmer Fredette is already known as a shooter, but very well might not even be on the roster come October. (I'll expand on that in detail on a Jimmer related post.)
Which means, by now, that the Kings have to look at a variety of ways to improve the roster around 2 All-Star if not Hall of Fame talents in Evans and Cousins.