Kings head coach Keith Smart addresses the media following the team's practice session Wednesday.
Swingman Terrence Williams was practicing with the Kings after the team announced today it signed him to a 10-day contract.
Head coach Keith Smart said he had no immediate plans for where Williams might fit into the Kings' rotations.
"Just going to work him in," Smart said. "Right now I'm just trying to get to know the person. When he came out getting ready to get drafted, we all knew his talent. The guy has great skills, knows how to play the game. Right now I've just got to get to know the guy.
"He's not going to come in here right away and take minutes from our guys. I need to know the person, see how he works, what his mindset is, and know him first before I say, this is what I want from you as a basketball player."
Williams, who had played in 12 games for the Houston Rockets this season before being released last week, said the Kings "look fun." He had a close-up view last night of their 119-110 win over the Memphis Grizzlies.
Williams said he is looking forward to a fresh start with the Kings.
"Anything that may have or may have not happened in the past doesn't really matter for this 10 days and hopefully the rest of the season," he said. "I'm fortunate here to just go out and play basketball."