Kings guard Ty Lawson will meet with team officials wanting an explanation for why he missed Friday’s team flight from Las Vegas to Lexington, Ky., and Saturday’s preseason win over the Wizards, the Sacramento Bee reported, citing unidentified sources.

The decision the Kings face: Do they have the patience for the talented guard, who signed a one-year, non-guaranteed contract?

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Lawson appeared to be a lock to make the team's regular-season roster, having played well in the preseason, but he was late to Thursday's shootaround before the Kings play

ed the Lakers in Las Vegas, and then he missed the flight for "personal reasons," the team said.

Lawson has faced off-court issues with multiple teams, including four DUI arrests.

The Kings took a chance on him, signing him as insurance with Darren Collison facing what since has been determined to be an eight-game suspension for a domestic violence charge.

Veteran point guard Jordan Farmar, who played for Kings coach Dave Joerger last season in Memphis, also is in camp on a non-guaranteed deal, along with rookie Isaiah Cousins and swingman Garrett Temple, who can play guard, too.

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Kings GM Vlade Divac hasn't commented on Lawson's status after the weekend's developments.