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Before the Kings moved to Sacramento, they played in Kansas City for more than a decade, and before that they played in Rochester and Cincinnati as the Royals. It was in Cincinnati that the franchise produced its greatest player in the form of perennial All Star Oscar Robertson who far and away leads the team with 154.2 Win Shares.

KINGS ALL-TIME TOP FIVE

Oscar Robertson leads Sacramento Kings all-time top five by Win Shares

After Robertson, the next biggest contributors to the Kings/Royals by Win Shares are guard Jack Twyman (75.0), guard Bobby Wanzer (63.9), forward Peja Stojackovic (59.8), and forward Jerry Lucas (57.8).

The second team of Kings/Royals legends is led by Hall of Fame point guard Tiny Archibald (53.7), who led the league in scoring over the 1972-73 season and was thrice an All Star with the team. He is joined by Sam Lacey (50.4), Mitch Richmond (50.4), Rob Davies (49.7) and Arnie Risen (48.9).

The following stats of the Kings’ all-time top five players reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED September 5, 2019

OSCAR ROBERTSON: 1960-70

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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .224

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JACK TWYMAN: 1955-66

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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .138

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BOBBY WANZER: 1948-57

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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .156

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PEJA STOJAKOVIC: 1998-2006

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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .162

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JERRY LUCAS: 1963-70

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All-Star Games

Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .139