31 results for author: Mohamed Bah

Game Preview #4 between the Kings and Jazz

Tonight, the Sacramento Kings will be facing the Utah Jazz one final time at the Golden 1 Center. The Kings are coming off a 91-90 victory against the Memphis Grizzlies. The Jazz are currently leading the regular season series against the Kings 2-1, with two of the losses coming within one point. 1st game: The Jazz ... More

Kings make great comeback, Papagiannis showing signs of maturity on the floor

They say it’s not over until the fat lady sings. In the Kings’ case, the fat lady started humming at one point, but she did not finish her note. The Los Angeles Clippers, who just clinched a playoff berth two days ago, were up by as many as 18 points in the fourth quarter, but did not get the job done as the Kings ... More

Papagiannis discusses recent success and the importance of mentorship from his teammates

The name may not sound familiar to some yet, but this 7-foot-1 big man from Greece has high hopes for himself and the Sacramento Kings as well. In the recent draft, Georgios Papagiannis was selected with the 13th pick in the first round and didn't play for most of the season, but after the DeMarcus Cousins trade was made, it ... More

Willie Cauley-Stein making strides as a playmaker

It was a tough outing last night for the Sacramento Kings, losing 118-102 against the San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center, making it their second straight loss. Willie Cauley-Stein led the way with 18 points, four rebounds and a block, making him the Reno Dodge Power Performer. Notice how Darren Collison did a great job ... More

Breaking down Skal Labissiere’s career night

Skal Labissiere had a career-high 32 points in last night’s Kings 107-101 victory against the Phoenix Suns making him the Reno Dodge Power Performer. This is also his first game scoring 15+. “My teammates did a really good job of finding me, Coach put me in a good situation to succeed, and the rest just came,” Labiss... More

Buddy Hield constantly improving but losing skid continues

It has been an awful turn of events since the All-Star break for the Sacramento Kings, having now lost eight straight. In those losses, the Kings are averaging 100 points per game on 46 percent shooting from the field. On defense, the Kings are allowing 106.1 points per game, which is tied for 18th. Newcomer Buddy Hield has ... More

Tyreke Evans’ stellar night not enough, losing streak continues

On a night where many thought the Kings would end their losing streak after being up by 28-points in San Antonio, Sacramento couldn’t hang on and lost 114-104, making it six straight losses. The Kings just haven’t found a way to get up in the wins column. It’s not that they’re playing bad, but after making some moves ... More

Collison’s solid night not enough

With a 108-96 loss last night against the Denver Nuggets, the Sacramento Kings have fallen into the 12th seed in the Western Conference. The Kings have now lost five straight. However, not all is bad, because guard Darren Collison is consistently trying to get his team out of the hole. Last night he had 17 points and five ... More

Lawson played well but it wasn’t enough as the Kings lose a tough one at the buzzer

It was a wild night at the Golden 1 Center for Kings fans as they saw one of the best games of the season from their Kings come down to a heartbreaking buzzer beater tip-in from Rudy Gobert. This 110-109 loss marked their fourth straight at home. Gobert’s game-winner was initially ruled off but changed upon further ... More

Breaking down Buddy Hield’s performance against the Nets

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S622fml0i3E&t=9s For Buddy Hield, it was only a matter of time before he showcased his explosive ability to shoot the 3-pointer. When he was traded for DeMarcus Cousins, many Kings fans were skeptical about his offense. In a 109-100 loss against the Brooklyn Nets at the Golden 1 Center, ... More