It is official. The Kings open the 2011-12 NBA season Decemember 26th, the same way they ended the 2010-11 season, at home against the Los Angeles Lakers. With the lockout killing more than seven weeks of the season, the NBA will play an impacted 66 game schedule, including some pretty hectic stretches for all teams. After the jump is a quick look at some of the rough spots for the Sacramento Kings followed by the complete 2011-12 regular season schedule.
You may be familiar with ESPN.com's 5-on-5 roundtables, which feature opinion and analysis from ESPN writers and TrueHoop Network contributors on pressing NBA topics. Along with other THN blogs, Cowbell Kingdom is bringing that format to a local level with the introduction of our own 3-on-3 roundtable.
The Sacramento Kings have cap space. A lot of it. They're expected to have roughly $25-million to spend after rookies Jimmer Fredette, Tyler Honeycutt and Isaiah Thomas are signed. So, how should they spend it? Who should be on their radar?
, Jonathan Santiago
and special contributor Greg Wissinger
, associate editor at Sactown Royalty
, toss out a few players they'd like to see the Kings chase when free agency begins Friday.
Our good friend Tom Ziller over at Sactown Royalty broke this story last week, but today, the Kings and radio broadcast partner 1140 The Fan announced they will continue their relationship for another season of NBA basketball.
For the 19th consecutive season, 1140 The Fan will serve as the home of the Sacramento Kings after ...
These uniforms have been in the works for a while. But with the lockout over, the Sacramento Kings will finally unveil their black alternate jerseys in a press conference tomorrow afternoon. The Kings were mum on the subject during the labor impasse. But chatter began to heat up after gamers playing NBA 2K12, the ...