Arik Armstead meets Sacramento Kings owner

Jul 14, 2015 at 7:03 PM--


San Francisco 49ers first-round selection Arik Armstead was on hand to meet Kings owner Vivek Ranadivé.

The NBA is currently holding their Summer League in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Reporter Sean Cunningham of News10 (KXTV ABC-TV) Sacramento posted the following photo of the two on Instagram.

49ers draft pick Arik Armstead meets Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive @sacnina9 @vivekyr

A photo posted by Sean Cunningham (@news10sean) on


The 6 foot 7 inch tall defensive end for the 49ers was selected out of Oregon with the 17th overall selection back on April 30.

Armstead was born in Sacramento and attended high school at Pleasant Grove High School in Elk Grove, California.



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