03:47 AM ET 05.27 | With the success of Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors this season, some Kings fan may start bringing up the what-if questions. What if Sacramento used their fourth pick in the 2009 NBA Draft to select Curry instead of Tyreke Evans (Curry was drafted seventh by the Warriors)? Would the Kings have a winning season and be in the playoffs? So many questions can arise from this one possibility, but there is only one answer. That answer is no. One player does not define the success of the team. Rather, it is a combination of a well-rounded roster, a good coaching staff and an even better general manager. The "what-if" questions always arise when one sees when their possible option succeeds far more than their actual choice. However, it is unlikely that all the success one fantasizes about would have actually happened. I don't see the Kings being any more successful with Curry than Evans. It's not one player that can single-handedly turn a franchise around; the roster, the coaching staff and the main office are the ones who ultimately control the overall success of one player.