Kings plan to sign Brewer to second 10-day contract

Small forward Corey Brewer appears to be staying with the Kings on a second 10-day deal.

The Sacramento Kings intend to sign small forward Corey Brewer to a second 10-day contract, according to JD Shaw of HoopsRumors.

Brewer has yet to appear in a game for the Kings — though he did average 7.6 points and 2.4 rebounds during a pair of 10-day stints with the Philadelphia 76ers earlier this season.

He has played 12 NBA seasons for seven different teams.

By league rules, the Kings will have to sign Brewer for the rest of the season or let him walk following the expiration of a second 10-day deal.

The Kings reshuffled the roster a bit at the trade deadline — acquiring guard Alec Burks from the Cleveland Cavaliers and trading guard Iman Shumpert to Houston and big man Skal Labissiere to Portland. They also waived shooting guard Ben McLemore.