Sacramento Kings: 1958 to April 16, 1969 Draft Picks, Trades, and Free Agent Signings
Sacramento Kings Franchise
January 14, 1959: Traded Si Green to the St. Louis Hawks for Med Park and Jack Stephens.
March 31, 1959: Traded Archie Dees and a 1959 2nd round draft pick (Tom Robitaille was later selected) to the Detroit Pistons for Phil Jordon. March 31, 1959: Selected Bob Boozer (1st round, 1st pick), Mike Mendenhall (3rd round, 17th pick), Leo Byrd (4th round, 25th pick), Harry Kirchner (5th round, 33rd pick), Don Hennon (6th round, 41st pick), Dale Moore (7th round, 49th pick), Don Matuszak (8th round, 56th pick), Joe Billy McDade (9th round, 62nd pick), Joe Viviano (10th round, 68th pick), Charley Brown (11th round, 74th pick) and Roger Wendel (12th round, 80th pick) in the 1959 NBA Draft.
August 22, 1959: Traded Johnny McCarthy to the St. Louis Hawks for Whitey Bell, Win Wilfong and Tom Hemans.
January 31, 1960: Traded Dave Piontek to the St. Louis Hawks for Dave Gambee and Hub Reed. April 11, 1960: Selected Oscar Robertson (1st round, 1st pick), Jay Arnette (2nd round, 9th pick), Ralph Davis (3rd round, 17th pick), Dalen Showalter (4th round, 25th pick), Don Ogorek (5th round, 33rd pick), Bobby Joe Mason (6th round, 41st pick), Fred Sobrero (7th round, 49th pick), Sam Stith (8th round, 56th pick), Al Nealey (9th round, 63rd pick), Lon Sizemore (10th round, 69th pick), Dennis Moore (11th round, 74th pick), Ron Altenberg (12th round, 79th pick), John Milhoan (13th round, 84th pick), Larry Chaney (14th round, 87th pick), Ducky Potter (15th round, 89th pick), Gene Jordan (16th round, 91st pick), Ernie McCray (17th round, 93rd pick), Don Mills (18th round, 95th pick), Larry Willey (19th round, 97th pick), Tony Wilcox (20th round, 98th pick) and Jim McDonald (20th round, 99th pick) in the 1960 NBA Draft.
April 15, 1960: Sold Dave Gambee to the St. Louis Hawks.
November 14, 1960: Purchased Mike Farmer from the New York Knicks.
November 28, 1960: Sold Phil Rollins to the St. Louis Hawks.
January 18, 1961: Sold Phil Jordon to the New York Knicks. March 27, 1961: Selected Larry Siegfried (1st round, 3rd pick), Bob Wiesenhahn (2nd round, 11th pick), Bevo Nordmann (3rd round, 25th pick), Lowery Kirk (4th round, 34th pick), Rossie Johnson (5th round, 43rd pick), Bob Slobodnik (6th round, 52nd pick), Dave Zeller (7th round, 61st pick), Jerry Thelen (8th round, 70th pick), Larry Krueger (9th round, 78th pick), Jack Waters (10th round, 85th pick), Carl Short (11th round, 93rd pick), George Patterson (12th round, 100th pick), Clair McRoberts (13th round, 103rd pick) and Carl Bouldin (14th round, 106th pick) in the 1961 NBA Draft.
May 16, 1961: Purchased Sam Stith from the New York Knicks.
May 16, 1961: Sold Sam Stith to the New York Knicks.
June 25, 1961: Traded a future draft pick to the St. Louis Hawks for Joe Buckhalter.
August, 1961: Sold Mike Farmer to the St. Louis Hawks. Farmer played in the ABL in between. March 26, 1962: Selected Jerry Lucas (1st round, 6th pick), Bud Olsen (2nd round, 15th pick), Chris Appel (3rd round, 24th pick), Jack Thobe (4th round, 33rd pick), Mike Wroblewski (5th round, 42nd pick), Jerry Foster (6th round, 51st pick), Gary Cunningham (7th round, 60th pick), Ed Bento (8th round, 68th pick), Chris Jones (9th round, 77th pick), George Knighton (10th round, 85th pick) and Frank Pinchback (11th round, 90th pick) in the 1962 NBA Draft.
July 13, 1962: Traded Larry Staverman to the Chicago Zephyrs for Dave Piontek. Staverman played in the ABL in between.
September 14, 1962: Traded a 1963 2nd round draft pick ( Jim King was later selected) to the Los Angeles Lakers for Tom Hawkins.
October 12, 1962: Sold Bevo Nordmann to the St. Louis Hawks. April 30, 1963: Selected Tom Thacker (1st round, 5th pick), Jimmy Rayl (3rd round, 23rd pick), Ken Charlton (4th round, 32nd pick), Mac Herndon (5th round, 41st pick), Jim McCormack (6th round, 50th pick) and Hunter Beckman (7th round, 59th pick) in the 1963 NBA Draft.
September 24, 1963: Sold Hub Reed to the Los Angeles Lakers.
December 16, 1963: As part of a 3-team trade, the Cincinnati Royals traded Bob Boozer to the New York Knicks; the Detroit Pistons traded Larry Staverman to the Cincinnati Royals; the Detroit Pistons traded Johnny Egan to the New York Knicks; and the New York Knicks traded Donnie Butcher and Bob Duffy to the Detroit Pistons. May 4, 1964: Selected George Wilson (1st round, 8th pick), Bill Chmielewski (2nd round, 17th pick), Steve Courtin (3rd round, 26th pick), Happy Hairston (4th round, 35th pick), George Kirk (5th round, 44th pick), Al Thresher (6th round, 53rd pick), Vic Rouse (7th round, 62nd pick), Joe Gieger (8th round, 71st pick), Scotty Pierce (9th round, 78th pick), Bob Neumann (10th round, 85th pick), Jim Reynolds (11th round, 91st pick) and Fred Jones (12th round, 95th pick) in the 1964 NBA Draft.
August 26, 1964: Sold Steve Courtin to the Baltimore Bullets. May 6, 1965: Selected Nate Bowman (1st round, 9th pick), Flynn Robinson (2nd round, 18th pick), Jon McGlocklin (3rd round, 27th pick), Bob Love (4th round, 36th pick), Warren Isaac (5th round, 45th pick), Leon Clements (6th round, 54th pick), Jeff Gehring (7th round, 62nd pick), Jim Fox (8th round, 70th pick), Ron Krick (9th round, 76th pick), Richie Dec (10th round, 82nd pick), Dick Maile (11th round, 88th pick), Robert McCollough (12th round, 94th pick), Oliver Jones (13th round, 99th pick), Larry Franks (14th round, 103rd pick), Ronald Scharf (15th round, 107th pick) and Willie Porter (16th round, 111th pick) in the 1965 NBA Draft.
October 20, 1965: Traded Bud Olsen and cash to the San Francisco Warriors for Connie Dierking and Art Heyman.
December 8, 1965: Sold Bill Chielewski to the Detroit Pistons. May 11, 1966: Selected Walt Wesley (1st round, 6th pick), Jerry Lee Wells (2nd round, 16th pick), Jim Ware (3rd round, 26th pick), Charles Schmaus (4th round, 36th pick), Rick Parks (5th round, 47th pick), Steve Cunningham (6th round, 56th pick), Gary Schull (7th round, 65th pick), Ron Krick (8th round, 74th pick), Billy Smith (9th round, 81st pick), Freddie Lewis (10th round, 88th pick) and R.B. Lynam (11th round, 95th pick) in the 1966 NBA Draft.
September 14, 1966: Sold Tom Hawkins to the Los Angeles Lakers.
September 15, 1966: Traded Wayne Embry to the Boston Celtics for a 1967 3rd round draft pick (Sam Smith was later selected).
September 23, 1966: Signed Bill Dinwiddie as a free agent.
November 25, 1966: Traded George Wilson to the Chicago Bulls for Len Chappell. May 3, 1967: Selected Mel Daniels (1st round, 9th pick), Gary Gray (3rd round, 26th pick), Sam Smith (3rd round, 28th pick), Lou Dampier (4th round, 38th pick), Tom Washington (5th round, 50th pick), Frank Stronczek (6th round, 62nd pick), Charles Beasley (7th round, 74th pick), Frank Holloendoner (8th round, 86th pick), Ron Sepic (9th round, 97th pick), Willie Davis (10th round, 108th pick), Ken Callaway (11th round, 118th pick), Frank Gadjunas (12th round, 129th pick), John Moates (13th round, 138th pick), Jerry Pettway (14th round, 144th pick), Earl Beechum (15th round, 150th pick), John Vermelyea (16th round, 155th pick) and Darryll Meachem (17th round, 158th pick) in the 1967 NBA Draft.
October 20, 1967: Traded Flynn Robinson, a 1968 2nd round draft pick (Ron Dunlap was later selected) and a 1969 2nd round draft pick ( Johnny Baum was later selected) to the Chicago Bulls for Guy Rodgers.
November 27, 1967: Traded Len Chappell to the Detroit Pistons for a 1968 3rd round draft pick ( Fred Foster was later selected).
February 1, 1968: Traded Jim Fox and Happy Hairston to the Detroit Pistons for John Tresvant and Tom Van Arsdale. June 4, 1968: Selected Zaid Abdul-Aziz (1st round, 5th pick), Pat Frink (3rd round, 27th pick), Fred Foster (3rd round, 28th pick), Dan Sparks (4th round, 41st pick), Jim Kissane (5th round, 55th pick), Calvin Martin (6th round, 69th pick), Dick Dumas (7th round, 83rd pick), Dave Williams (8th round, 97th pick), Butch Joyner (9th round, 111th pick), Robert Wyendanet (10th round, 125th pick), James Robinson (11th round, 139th pick), Glynn Saulters (12th round, 152nd pick), Jim Tindell (13th round, 165th pick), Charles Core (14th round, 176th pick), Mike Drepling (15th round, 185th pick), Dick Harris (16th round, 193rd pick), John Howard (17th round, 201st pick), Larry Humes (18th round, 207th pick) and Jay Reffords (19th round, 211th pick) in the 1968 NBA Draft.
January 31, 1969: Traded Zaid Abdul-Aziz and cash to the Milwaukee Bucks for Fred Hetzel.
February 1, 1969: Traded John Tresvant to the Seattle SuperSonics for Al Tucker. April 7, 1969: Selected Herm Gilliam (1st round, 8th pick), Luther Rackley (3rd round, 37th pick), Luther Green (3rd round, 41st pick), Ron Sanford (4th round, 51st pick), Jake Ford (5th round, 65th pick), Mel Coleman (6th round, 79th pick), L.C. Bowen (7th round, 93rd pick), Merton Bancroft (8th round, 107th pick), James Hurley (9th round, 121st pick), Bill Bowes (10th round, 135th pick), Jim Supple (11th round, 149th pick), Mike Davis (12th round, 162nd pick) and Ted Johnson (13th round, 174th pick) in the 1969 NBA Draft.