Well, with the doctor out to Hawaii, I guess I'll step in and fill up this space a bit. As I'm sure many of you were heartbroken when I stopped posting (due to summer starting, and me being extremely lazy) so let's get to it.
No chance in hell. No, no, no. You can see the article on yahoo but I can tell you (based on pure speculation) that barring a huge breakdown at the front office in Sacramento, there is no way the Kings would want this deal. Look, everyone knows the deal by now, Hedo wants and needs to have the ball left in his hands for large chunks of the shot clock to be able to play well and to his best. Look at what the Kings have, Tyreke Evans. Ball dominant point guard, to put it lightly.
While I do think they would be able to use Hedo with Carl Landry in high screen-and-rolls, where would that leave Evans? Out on the 3-point arc, as a spot up shooter? That would pretty much kill all of his game. Last year, he averaged a poor 25.5% from beyond the arc. Seriously, let's not forget that Evans is in some very exclusive company (the 20-5-5 rookie club of Oscar Robertson, LeBron James and Michael Jordan). He is a dynamic player, that is still on the way to improving and bringing in Hedo would stifle his growth. A lot.
I'm sure the Kings would love to have a forward that could spread it out with shooting and open the lane up even more for Evans, but Hedo is not that forward. Going against it again, there are no real pieces of value that Toronto could use. Sacramento's not going to give up either of Casspi or Evans. This is a trade that is just bad for both sides, there are just no good pieces for the Raptors to take back in this trade. So, no, no and hell no to this very poor speculation.