The Kings might have Deron Williams on their radar if Rajon Rondo doesn't sign with them, reports the Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones.

The Kings were interested in Williams last season but talks were derailed by their insistence that Mason Plumlee was included in the package, according to reports. At the time, Sacramento was willing to part with some of the same pieces they dumped on the 76ers earlier this week to create enough cap space to absorb Williams' $21 million contract. Now, they might be willing to just absorb Williams' contract into that space.

Williams continued a downward trend in his career last season, posting the worst numbers since his rookie year. His scoring has become extremely inefficient, at one point costing him the starting job to Jarrett Jack. It's unclear why the Kings would be interested, especially since the former Jazz point guard has another year under contract that will pay him $23 million unless he exercises an early termination option.