After the Kings-Thunder game Tuesday night, Sacramento executives met with former Warriors head coach Mark Jackson, according to Sam Amick of USA Today Sports.
Jackson called the game for ESPN, and after which, had a "lengthy meeting" with Kings adviser Chris Mullin, general manager Pete D'Alessandro and the team's franchise player DeMarcus Cousins.
According to the report, the discussion was held inside the "Chairman's Lounge" at Sleep Train Arena, where they had specifically requested privacy.
The meeting was roughly an hour and a half.
Former head coach Michael Malone was fired late Sunday night.
The Kings (11-14) started 9-6 before Cousins contracted viral meningitis. They are 2-8 during his absence.
Tyrone Corbin is the Kings' interim head coach.