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We know what Marvin Bagley III’s father wants. We even know what De’Aaron Fox’s father wants. We don’t know what the kings want.

Luke Walton hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to having helicopter parents on his teams. In his sophomore year with the Los Angeles Lakers, LaVar Ball – the outspoken father of the No.. Lonzo Ball told ESPN that no one on the team wanted to play for Walton. Walton finished that season, but he and the Lakers agreed to part ways the following year.

Now in Sacramento, Walton has it with another boisterous father of a former No.. to do. 2 Total selection: Marvin Bagley II. After the Kings 102-94 loss to the Houston Rockets on Saturday, in which Marvin Bagley III played less than two minutes in the fourth quarter, Bagley’s father tweeted on the Kings official Twitter account asking them to trade his son.

Marvin Bagley III’s father tweeted the Kings to trade his son for the Rockets during their loss today. picture. Twitter. com / NwxoY3ctZm

As if that wasn’t enough to cause a stir within the organization, De’Aaron Fox’s father responded to a tweet from Tim Maxwell of The Kings Herald suggesting support for the idea of ​​the Kings deal with Bagley. If not Bagley III, Bagley II.

Bagley II has since deleted his tweet, but Aaron Fox’s tweet is still active, to the chagrin of his son.

Bagley had an opportunity to respond to his father’s comments and put an end to speculation about his future with the team after the Kings’ training session on Sunday, but he decided to ignore this altogether and asked reporters to do the same to do before its media availability.

« Before we start, if there aren’t any questions about the game tomorrow and what we’re going to do tomorrow, please don’t ask, » said Bagley on Sunday. « I don’t want to give any additional information or anything. So if you don’t have any questions about the team or tomorrow’s game, just hold back. ”

When pressured, Bagley said he was excited for the Kings next game against the Golden State Warriors. He could have said that his father did not speak for him, as Ball did several times, but he did not. He could have said he wanted to stay in Sacramento, but he didn’t – he said nothing, creating another distraction for his team, which otherwise had a really productive season.

If Bagley is unhappy, that’s fine – he wouldn’t be the first player to ask Sacramento. Hell, he wouldn’t even be the first player on that team. And when he’s happy that’s great too, but right now we have no idea how Bagley is feeling and that’s a problem in and of itself.

Hopefully it can be resolved sooner rather than later because for the first time in a while the Kings seem to be on the right track.

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