Next moves for the Sacramento Kings' new GM: Decisions on Fox, Bogdanovic

De'Aaron Fox has already made the leap (2:52)

Kings point guard De'Aaron Fox sits down with ESPN's Mike Schmitz to watch game film and explore his growth. (2:52)

The Sacramento Kings got a taste of life as a playoff contender during the seeding games in the NBA bubble. But the end result is that the Kings enter the offseason with a playoff drought of 14 years and counting.

The lack of success resulted in Vlade Divac stepping down as Kings GM. He has been replaced by former Houston executive Monte McNair, the team announced on Thursday.

With a young team that's lived at the fringe of the playoff race for two years, Sacramento appears poised to make some noise in the Western Conference under new management.

McNair will now be focused on the restricted free agency of Bogdan Bogdanovic, a potential rookie extension for De'Aaron Fox and Sacramento's lottery pick.