Glenn Robinson III had many suitors around the league during the free agency including the Lakers, the Clippers and the Jazz.
However, the Sacramento Kings were the team that won the race on the high-flying forward, according to Michael Scotto of Hoopshype.
Robinson will certainly get a more active role in Sacramento, and will secure more minutes than in a potential contender like the Lakers, the Jazz or the Clippers.
The 26-year-old wing played in 48 games with the Golden State Warriors last season, averaging 12.9 points on 40.0% shooting from the three-point arc.
He was later traded to Philadelphia, where his minutes and role shrank. Robinson played also in Indiana, Detroit and Minnesota during his six-year NBA career.