As the NBA trade deadline looms at noon PST Thursday, the Kings aren't expecting their roster to look any different.

With the franchise's ownership and home after this season yet to be determined, the Kings aren't in position to make deals.

Basketball president Geoff Petrie said it was "unlikely" any of the Kings' top players would be dealt. But he declined to comment on how the ownership situation affects what he can or cannot do with the roster.

Don't look for the Kings to move any other players, either.

"Trading role players around with 28 games in a non-playoff season probably doesn't do a lot going forward that you couldn't do in the summer," Petrie said.