Can the Sacramento Kings become the world’s team in the near future?

It was Jan. 21, 2013, a somber day Kings fans will never forget, the day the Maloofs, former owners of the Sacramento Kings, agreed to sell the team to a Seattle group led by investor Chris Hansen. Word of this sale made waves throughout every local and national media outlet. It was a time of ... More

Who will start at shooting guard for the 2017-18 Sacramento Kings?

Here we are in mid-August, a time where fans and experts alike twiddle our thumbs only to look forward to the latest Sunday episode of Game of Thrones, while we wait patiently for the next season of NBA basketball to begin. The older the offseason gets, the closer we get to actual basketball ... More

Justin Jackson is looking to be the Kings’ two-way spark plug

When the Kings nabbed Justin Jackson with No. 15 in June, a handful of conflicting thoughts went through my head. I wasn’t sold on Jackson going that high. While his improvements at North Carolina were evident, he still had some obvious flaws and a lower ceiling than you’d like out of a top 15 ... More

De’Aaron Fox is leading the Kings’ cultural revolution

“I thought it was time to start over.” That line from Vlade Divac’s interview with the Sacramento Bee’s Ailene Voisin provides a nice summation of his reasoning behind the DeMarcus Cousins trade. After years of undergoing the scrutiny that came with Cousins’ presence in the organi... More

Analyzing why Fox will have a better career than Ball and Fultz

“With the 5th pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, the Sacramento Kings select, De’Aaron Fox,” commissioner Adam Silver echoed during the 2017 NBA draft. After those words came out of Silver’s mouth, Fox’s biggest dream became a reality. After years of AAU basketball, Team USA assignments and a ... More

Analysis: Polish versus Upside with Jayson Tatum and Josh Jackson

The Sacramento Kings find themselves in an interesting spot this Thursday. With the 76ers trading for the first pick, their ability to trade up seems far slimmer, while the uncertainty behind who they’ll be able to select at five has only grown. The Boston Celtics will likely be deciding ... More

Fox’s flaws, potential and fit in Sacramento

De’Aaron Fox spent the majority of his freshman season at Kentucky wavering on most draft boards. Lacking the serviceable jumper and overall polish needed to compete with guards like Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball, it wasn’t until recently that Fox sparked a revitalization of sorts — both ... More

Analysis: Lauri Markkanen or Zach Collins?

The Sacramento Kings will be the only team in the 2017 draft with two picks in the top ten and they will have to select them wisely. Depending on what player is left at the fifth pick (Jayson Tatum, Josh Jackson or De’Aaron Fox), will determine who the Kings will draft at No.10. Although the ... More

Mitchell’s point guard potential should be considered at #10

This offseason yields new challenges for a Sacramento Kings squad looking to rebound from the midseason trade that sent DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans. With Buddy Hield now the focal point of their rebuild and little in regards to long-term talent, the 2017 NBA Draft presents a pair of Vlade ... More

The two draft scenarios for the Sacramento Kings that makes sense

The long awaited verdict of where the Kings will select in the 2017 NBA Draft is now over. With a little luck combined with the remnants from the DeMarcus Cousins trade, the Kings were awarded the 5th and 10th pick in the first round. As Cousins made his way out of Sacramento, most thought that ... More