The Sacramento Kings pulled off a big trade during the 2016-17 season when they shipped DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans. They acquired some assets from the Pelicans and could look to flip them to improve the roster even more.
Porzingis would be a great addition to a Kings frontcourt in flux. The Kings need a new player to build around with Cousins out of town. Porzingis could be that player and be the centerpiece of their rebuild, which has seemingly been going on since Chris Webber left town.
The Kings have some center prospects in Willie Cauley-Stein, Georgios Papagiannis, and Skal Labissiere. Cauley-Stein showed well after Cousins was traded and would be an excellent match alongside Porzingis. Cauley-Stein has yet to develop much of an offensive game but is an excellent defender given his size and athleticism. Porzingis has a lot to like on offense but is lacking in some areas defensively.
The Kings seem to be on the wrong side of a lot of trades. Acquiring Porzingis would probably put them on the right side of a trade for once. The Kings love making trades involving players on their rookie deals. Putting together a package for Porzingis would not be easy as the Kings have future first round picks tied up in other deals.