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Arco Arena sign removed. Hopefully Kings won't be too.
Commissioner David Stern was on the BS Report with Bill Simmons this week and started discussing NBA arena situations briefly.
Bill Simmons – And you said on the last podcast that you had some regrets with how Vancouver went the last go ...
According to the Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones, via twitter:
mr_jasonjones Jason Jones
Cousins will come off bench next two games, lineup will be re-evaluated after AS break. Westy says its not punishment.
Dalembert has been on a bit of a run lately, averaging 16 points and nine rebounds in 26 minutes over the last three ...
The Sacramento Kings have assessed the events of Saturday night's post game scuffle between DeMarcus Cousins and Donté Greene and resolved the issue by fining Cousins, but not suspending either player. Cousins has already been put on a plane for Oklahoma and will be available to play in tomorrow evening's contest against the ...
The Sacramento Kings have officially ruled DeMarcus Cousins out for tonight's action against the Phoenix Suns. Here is the official press release:
SACRAMENTO, CA, February 13, 2011
-- Sacramento Kings rookie forward/center DeMarcus Cousins will not play in tonight's game at Phoenix while the organization reviews the ...
According to Fanhouse's Sam Amick, the Sacramento Kings have suspended DeMarcus Cousins for an altercation with teammate Donté Greene, in which punches were allegedly thrown in the locker room following last night's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The news has come fast and furious from the one time Sacramento ...
Here are the two technical fouls that caused DeMarcus Cousins to get his first NBA ejection.
Video of the first technical:
And here is the controversial second technical foul.
Here is an excerpt of what I wrote on TrueHoop this morning on the matter:
In the spirit of the new tech policy, I’m completely on ...
Jon Santiago of DavisSportsDeli.com forwarded along this awesome video that is a must watch for nostalgic Kings fans.
Great work by Marvin Dinozo and the crew over at DavisSportsDeli.com.
There is a certain awkwardness to asking an NBA coach about internal strife. It seems to take a delicate touch and even then, you never know where the conversation will go. Today, after the standard media session following practice, myself and the Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones hung around to get a little bit more information on the alleged melt-down between Coach Paul Westphal and star Tyreke Evans following Monday night's loss to the Utah Jazz. Here is that discussion, with the disclaimer that the first question regarding the incident was asked by Jason Jones and has been omitted as the noise in the gym caused his question to be unclear on the tape.
This was not exactly how anyone wanted to start the week. In a showdown of two teams on the opposite end of the winning spectrum, the Kings led by as many as eight in the fourth quarter, but came up short again. As Kings fans know, their team has lost in just about every way imaginable this season and tonight was another example of the futility. Unfortunately, one team wins and one team loses every game in the NBA. Some players make shots and others miss. Tonight, the two players who came up short in the final moments, were left holding the bag in the locker room as most of the Kings players headed for the exits early.
We here at Cowbell Kingdom are more than happy to announce the formal addition of photographer Steven Chea. Steven received his degree in Radio-Television-Film from The University of Texas at Austin in 2000 and more of his work can be found here. Like most of us in the blog world, Steven has a day job, but he moonlights as ...