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And, it also means that you’re probably stuck on this particular box and you’re looking for a little help. Sound about right so far?

Well, good news, you’re in the right place.

I’ve done some research and have found players who played for both the Kings and the Knicks.

Zach Randolph

Zach Randolph, often referred to as “Z-Bo,” was widely recognized for his scoring and rebounding prowess. He played college basketball at Michigan State University before being selected 19th overall by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2001 NBA Draft.

Randolph had stints with the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers but truly flourished when he joined the Memphis Grizzlies in 2009. He became a central figure in the Grizzlies’ “Grit and Grind” era alongside Marc Gasol, Tony Allen, and Mike Conley. His toughness and post-up game became hallmarks of the team’s identity.

During his time with the Grizzlies, Randolph was a two-time NBA All-Star (2010, 2013) and helped lead the Grizzlies to the Western Conference Finals in the 2012-13 season. He ranks first in Memphis Grizzlies’ franchise history for total rebounds.

Randolph Key Stats

  • All-NBA (Grizzlies)
  • All-Star (Grizzlies)
  • 20+ Points/Game Season (Trail Blazers, Grizzlies)
  • 10+ Rebounds/Game Season (Trail Blazers, Knicks, Grizzlies)

Mike Bibby

Mike Bibby was drafted second overall in the 1998 NBA Draft by the Vancouver Grizzlies and he quickly made a name for himself as a rookie, averaging 13.2 points and 6.5 assists per game.

His career took off when he was traded to the Sacramento Kings in 2001. He played a pivotal role in the Kings’ deep playoff runs in the early 2000s, known for his clutch performances. During his seven seasons with the Kings, he averaged 17.6 points and 5.4 assists, becoming one of the premier point guards in the league.

Bibby’s career also included stints with the Hawks, Wizards, Heat, and Knicks. He averaged 14.7 points, 5.5 assists, and 1.2 steals per game over his 14-year NBA career. Known for his quickness, shooting ability, and leadership, Bibby made a lasting impact on the teams he played for.

Bibby Key Stats

  • 20+ Points/Game Season (Kings)
  • 5+ Assists/Game Season (Grizzlies, Kings, Hawks)

Beno Udrih

Beno Udrih is a player from Slovenia who had a solid career in the NBA. After starting his career in Europe, Udrih was selected in the first round of the 2004 NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs.

Udrih had the privilege of being part of the San Antonio Spurs’ championship-winning team in his rookie year and once again in his second season. Learning under the guidance of Gregg Popovich and playing alongside legendary Spurs Tim Duncan, Manu Ginóbili, and Tony Parker, Udrih gained valuable experience early in his career.

After his time with the Spurs, Udrih played for several teams in the NBA, including the Kings, Bucks, Magic, Knicks, Grizzlies, and Heat. Known for his crafty playmaking and steady shooting, Udrih provided reliable depth at the point guard position throughout his career.

Metta World Peace

Metta World Peace (formerly Ron Artest) was selected by the Chicago Bulls in the first round of the 1999 NBA Draft. His tenacious defense and ability to contribute offensively quickly earned him a reputation as one of the league’s top two-way players. In the 2003-04 season with the Pacers he was named the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year.

Despite his on-court success, World Peace was often in the spotlight for his unpredictable behavior. Most infamously, he was a central figure in the 2004 “Malice at the Palace” incident, a brawl during a game between the Pacers and the Detroit Pistons. This led to a lengthy suspension and affected his public perception.

World Peace later joined the Los Angeles Lakers, where he played a key role in helping the team win the NBA Championship in 2010. His performance in Game 7 of the NBA Finals was particularly crucial, showcasing his ability to perform in high-pressure situations.

World Peace Key Stats

  • All-NBA (Pacers)
  • All-Star (Pacers)
  • NBA Champ (Lakers)
  • 20+ Points/Game Season (Pacers, Kings)

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