The Kings have made several headline-grabbing roster moves this offseason, and that trend continued with the reported signing of former Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson.
Sacramento has inked the controversial shooting guard to a training camp deal, which will allow Henderson to battle for a roster spot in preseason play, according to Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports.
Henderson was an offensive juggernaut for the Rebels, averaging 19.6 points and four threes in his junior and senior seasons. His most memorable performance came in an upset of No. 5 Wisconsin in the 2013 NCAA tournament, as Henderson tallied a game-high 19 points to lead No. 12 Ole Miss into the second round.
But Henderson is best known for his character concerns, evidenced through multiple run-ins with fans and a short stint in jail after violating probation.
Since being passed up in the 2014 NBA draft, the two-time All-SEC second-team selection has bounced around professional leagues in Italy, Qatar and Iraq.
Barring an injury, Henderson's chances of making the roster are slim, as Rajon Rondo, Darren Collison, Ben McLemore, Marco Belinelli, James Anderson and Seth Curry are all but locked in at the guard spots for Sacramento.
The Kings open up the preseason against the Trail Blazers on Monday, Oct. 5 at the Moda Center in Portland.