While the 2013-14 offseason was chock full of compliance buyouts, cap conscious moves, and budget signings, the 2014-15 offseason should be a little more free-wheeling as the cap is projected to raise by $6.8 Million dollars.The Kings, who over the past several years have been a very cap friendly team with a good amount of friendly value contracts, were no strangers to having to cut some cost

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