Sacramento Kings Player News: All Positions

News: Coach Luke Walton noted that Bagley is healthy and will be "looked at" in Orlando but that it's "way too early" to determine his role, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.
Impact: Jones reported in mid-June that Bagley is likely to come off the bench, though Walton won't go as far as to confirm that. Bagley has appeared in just 13 games this season due to a sprained left foot. If he finds himself in a significant role, that would probably mean reduced minutes for Nemanja Bjelica, Harrison Barnes and/or Harry Giles.
News: The Kings are "gathering additional information" to determine if Parker broke NBA COVID-19 protocols Saturday while playing tennis, Jason Anderson of the Sacramento Bee reports.
Impact: In addition to playing tennis, Parker was also seen at a Chicago restaurant recently. Parker is supposed to refrain from physical activity for a minimum of 14 days after testing positive, and the exact date that he tested positive is unclear. Anderson notes, "A player could test positive, get cleared to discontinue isolation, undergo cardiac screening and still have to wait a number of days to reach the 14-day mark before he can resume exercise training."
News: Parker (illness) has finished his in-house quarantine and was recently seen playing tennis while maintaining social distance, Ben Stinar of The Big Lead reports.
Impact: Though Parker wasn't in the rotation for Sacramento prior to the season's suspension, his presence in the bubble is important in case anyone on the Kings tests positive during the resumption. He's appeared in 33 games this season, averaging 14.7 points on 12.1 shots, 5.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.3 steals in 25.8 minutes.
News: Len announced Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Impact: The 27-year-old received the test Tuesday and is now quarantining himself following the positive result, though he should have enough time to fully recover in time for the season restart in late July. Len is the third Kings player to report a positive test Wednesday, with Buddy Hield and Jabari Parker also receiving the same results earlier in the day.
News: Hield has tested positive for COVID-19, Shams Charania and Sam Amick of The Athletic report.
Impact: Hield will now have about two weeks to quarantine and recover as the NBA is set to open up camp in early July in Orlando for the resumption of the season. He's the second Sacramento player to report a positive test, as Jabari Parker made the same announcement earlier Wednesday.
News: Parker announced Wednesday that he tested positive for COVID-19, Jason Anderson of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Impact: Parker has quarantined himself in his Chicago residence and said that he's "feeling well" in his recovery. Camp for the resumption of the season in Orlando is set to open up in early July, so the 25-year-old still has some time to recover fully before it potentially impacts his availability for the season restart.
News: Brewer officially signed with the Kings on Tuesday.
Impact: As expected, Brewer and the Kings have partnered up for the season's restart in Orlando. He hasn't played this season, and he last saw action in the NBA when he was with Sacramento during the final two months of the 2018-19 campaign. Brewer will likely have a minor role with the team.
News: Bagley (foot) will likely come off the bench if he's available to play during the resumption of the season, Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.
Impact: While there isn't confirmation that Bagley will play again this season, Jones believes he'll come off the bench if he does suit up, noting "It would be a mistake to force Bagley back into the starting lineup and disrupt the chemistry of the group that was starting in March." A foot injury has disrupted Bagley's sophomore campaign, as he's played just 13 games.
News: Coach Luke Walton said in a conference call Wednesday that Bagley (foot) is "doing great" and "feeling much better," Jason Jones of The Athletic reports.
Impact: Bagley last saw game action Jan. 20 and didn't have a clear return timetable leading up to the shutdown of the NBA season in early March. The news from Walton is good but doesn't provide much clarity on when the 21-year-old is expected to be fully healthy.