There's no real answer for what next season holds for the Kings.

First, there's the very real possibility the team will move to Anaheim.

Even without talk of a possible move, there's the potential for a lockout by NBA owners.

Kings players speculate a lot about next season, but on the court they are determined to show their future is good, regardless of where or if they play.

The Kings ended their two-game losing steak by dispatching the struggling Utah Jazz, 106-97, Sunday at Power Balance Pavilion.

It was Sacramento's sixth win in nine games. Except for the opening moments and a brief stretch in the third quarter when Utah trailed by only five, the Kings were in control, leading by as many as 21 points.

The game was the latest example of what the Kings believe they could have accomplished had they been healthy and more cohesive at the start of the season, and what they can achieve in the future.

Tyreke Evans was as good as he's been in his six games back after missing 19 because of plantar fasciitis. He scored 24 points on an efficient 10-of-16 shooting to go with 10 assists.

It was the second game Evans has started with Marcus Thornton, who had 15 points and seven assists.