Joakim Noah is scheduled to work out Friday with the Sacramento Kings, according to the Sacramento Bee.
The Kings pick 10th overall in the upcoming NBA Draft. and would present an intriguing option for the 6-foot-11 Noah, because he would land in the more up-tempo Western Conference. But the Kings don’t have a new coach yet, so it’s unclear if they will follow the lead of the Phoenix Suns and Golden State Warriors or play more of a grinding style.
Noah is scheduled to work out Friday with Washington center Spencer Hawes. Former LSU center and SEC player of the year Glen “Big Baby” Davis worked out for the Kings on Thursday.
Noah will be featured in a segment on HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” later this month.