Kings-Lakers rivalry a shell of its former self

Robert Horry. The Queens. The punch. The elbow. Shrieks and cowbells. Most importantly, great basketball. What once defined the Kings and Lakers’ rivalry is all but a memory and warm nostalgia. By the early 2000s, there was no middle ground in California. Residents either pulled for ... More

Sunday Musings: When tanking isn’t really tanking

The Sacramento Kings struggle to the finish line of the 2014-15 season. More

Ben McLemore has unfinished work on defense

Ben McLemore has work to do on the defensive end. More

Vlade Divac and Vivek Ranadivé watch the Kings host the Spurs. (Photo: Jonathan Santiago)

Vlade Divac rises to the top in Sacramento

After just weeks on the job, the hiring of Vlade Divac and his role with the team is becoming clear. More

Second unit has been tough for Jason Thompson

Jason Thompson has not had an easy transition to the bench. More

Omri Casspi shines in starting forward role

Omri Casspi has paid off as the Kings' starting three. More

Sunday Musings: Fixing the NBA D-League

As I sat down to watch the NCAA Final Four matchup between Kentucky and Wisconsin on Saturday night, I was hit with a reality that many of these players will soon understand.  For the vast majority of these players, this is the pinnacle.  This is likely the biggest week of their basketball ... More

Jimmer Fredette comfortable in New Orleans

Jimmer Fredette is back in Sacramento with the Pelicans. More

The implications of resting DeMarcus Cousins

DeMarcus Cousins sat out Monday's game to rest. More

Sacramento Kings teammates Ryan Hollins, DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay take a selfie. (Photo: Jonathan Santiago)

Ryan Hollins sees good in lost Sacramento Kings season

Sacramento has been an eye opener for Ryan Hollins. More