Source: Sactown Royalty
Last summer, the Kings took "advantage" of the Amnesty system by claiming the recently waived Travis Outlaw with a $3 million a year bid. Outlaw was coming off the worst season of his career in New Jersey and was no doubt looking to redeem himself in Sacramento. Unfortunately for both him and the Kings, Outlaw's 2011-12 season was even worse than in New Jersey. His shooting percentages were abysmal and he didn't add much anywhere else. He went on a nice little run at the end of the year, but by then it was too little too late to change most fans opinion of him.
Looking at Outlaw's career to date, these past two years have been a bit of an aberration, a huge decline from the solid contributor he was in Portland. Considering that he's still relatively young (28 at season start), locked up for several more years, and plays the Kings weakest position, there is definitely a chance for Outlaw to shine, if he rediscovers what made him so good in Portland.
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