Video Breakdown: Cameron Oliver should be on Sacramento’s radar

Cameron Oliver played a huge role in Nevada basketball becoming relevant once again. Oliver is committed to making a name for himself in the NBA and is willing to put the work in. Like many prospects in this draft, he has flaws, but his athleticism is off the charts. An alum of Grant Union High ... More

Video Breakdown: Will Justin Jackson be Rudy Gay’s replacement?

With Rudy Gay opting out of his contract, it leaves a gaping hole at small forward for the Sacramento Kings. Justin Jackson, who led North Carolina to a national championship could be a solid replacement for Rudy. What do you guys think? Is Justin a top 10 pick? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v... More

Rudy Gay will opt-out of his contract

Rudy Gay will opt out of his contract with the Sacramento Kings and become a free agent, according to Marc Spears of ESPN. Despite suffering an Achilles tendon tear midway through last season, Gay is confident he will land a big payday this summer due to his fast recovery time. I’ve said ... More

CK Podcast 290: Bballbreakdown’s James Holas, NBA Draft and NBA Playoffs

Matt George and Leo Beas discuss which players the Sacramento Kings should re-sign and which players the Kings might look at in the upcoming 2017 NBA Draft. They will also talk about the NBA Playoffs with James Holas of bballbreakdown.com. If you are looking for NBA Autographs, NBA Memorabilia, ... More

Video Breakdown: Focusing on the Strengths and Weaknesses of Lauri Markkanen

Many Kings fans were shocked last year when the Kings drafted two bigs in the first round. Now, it feels like they have accepted and embraced the potential of Skal Labissiere and Georgios Papagiannis being solid contributors for the franchise. With that said, many mock drafts have had the Kings ... More

Analysis: Jonathan Isaac and Jayson Tatum should be on Sacramento’s radar

The Sacramento Kings will have to fill the void at two positions come June, and they will have an opportunity to do so with two picks in the later top ten of the draft. The only way that doesn’t happen is if the lottery balls bounce in a very strange way. Let’s just leave it at that. With a ... More

Video Breakdown: Jonathan Isaac and Frank Ntilikina

With Rudy Gay’s tenure in Sacramento coming to an end, the Sacramento Kings desperately need a small forward and drafting Jonathan Isaac will alleviate their gaping hole at that position. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVQlkPIyyrY Frank Ntilikina is a potential top-10 prospect in the ... More

Analysis: Frank Ntilikina and Dennis Smith Jr. should be on Sacramento’s radar

As the NBA moves along with the trend of dominant scoring point guards, the Sacramento Kings have remained stagnant in its search for a point guard that has star qualities. Now that the regular season has ended, the Kings are currently seeking a new sought out point guard to continue the ... More

Kings add another solid addition that brings nearly two decades of front office experience

The Sacramento Kings today hired Scott Perry as Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations, according to General Manager Vlade Divac. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Perry will report directly to Divac and assist in all aspects of the day-to-day operation of ... More

The Kings name Luke Bornn Vice President of Strategy and Analytics

The Sacramento Kings today announced the hiring of Luke Bornn as Vice President of Strategy and Analytics. Bornn joins the Kings organization after most recently serving as Head of Analytics for A.S. Roma of the Italian Serie A Football League, where he worked closely with managers, coaches ... More