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Marvin Bagley said he’s ready to go for the Orlando restart

Marvin Bagley III has had an all right career ever since he came out of Duke. His first year in the NBA he averaged 14.9 points per game and in his second year he averaged 14.2 points per game. A foot injury that occurred in February kept him sidelined, but now it looks like he is ready to go for the Orlando restart.

The Sacramento Kings are one of the teams in the Western Conference that will be fighting for their playoff lives in Florida. The Kings are an up and coming team in the West and they will need the playoff experience. That is most likely why Bagley would be playing.

Bagley is a crucial piece for the future and the fact that he is risking playing says a lot about how the Kings think about the opportunity to play again this season. The Kings will have to grind out wins in the schedule and they are still 3.5 games back from the eighth spot.

The Kings are locked and loaded for the restart. It will be interesting to see if they are able to gain experience.

Albert Dadsonhttps://www.talkbasket.net
Albert Dadson is a freelance sports writer and digital and social media marketer.
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