The Sacramento Kings‘ head coaching search really has no bounds.

After cycling through five coaches since the start of the 2009-10 regular season, the front office and ownership want to make sure they select the right guy this time.

Other than their reported preferred choice Luke Walton who is now with the Los Angeles Lakers, the Kings have met or talked to Brian Shaw, Mark Jackson, David Blatt, Patrick Ewing, and Kevin McHale.

Now, we can add a couple more guys to the list.

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Other coaches who’ve previously been connected to the Kings are Nate McMillan, Vinny Del Negro, Mike Woodson, and Sam Mitchell. It’s almost like an episode of the Bachelorette with a large number of men pinning for the final rose… from Kings general manager Vlade Divac.

If anything is clear, it’s that Sacramento won’t rush this decision. After not making the playoffs for a full decade, the front office is fed up and believes this roster is capable with DeMarcus Cousins leading the way, and hopefully Rajon Rondo if they’re able to retain him.

The pressure will be on from the get-go, as George Karl learned over the past year and a half. If it works out, whoever is in place as the Kings’ head coach will be celebrated in California’s capital for finally getting their team over the hump.