Cauley-Stein: ‘It’s not easy playing defense with five people especially with two or three’

Everyone in the media has pretty much already touched on how intelligent and talented Willie Cauley-Stein is. Therefore, I’ll save my words on complimenting the young rookie. We had a good conversation before the Celtics game and we touched on many things but the emphasis was defense. We ... More

Assessing Rudy Gay’s trade value

The NBA trade deadline is February 18th. Still weeks away, but for many players around the league, it will be the longest weeks of the year. Not only do legitimate trade rumors fly around at a seemingly incessant rate, but artificial rumors are also created to disrupt team chemistry and ... More

Kings finding big success in going against the grain

It's late Saturday night and the Kings just got done beating the Pacers for the second time this season. Pleased but fatigued, I head to bed and open Bleacher Report so it can serenade me to sleep. On a typical evening, I scroll through the various articles, rarely stopping to actually open ... More

2016 Kings full of optimism but still have 2015 burdens

With all the optimism created by the last two road victories, frightening flashbacks of 2015 still persist. Sacramento's 5-3 start in 2016 hasn't exactly made them the hottest team in the NBA, but they seem to be a different team nonetheless. The Kings appear to be playing with more effort ... More

Playing with nothing to lose, Curry gives Kings what’s needed

By now, this up-and-down season has left Kings fans a little fatigued. What the Kings have lacked in consistency, they’ve gained in questions. Unfortunately, many of the questions have gone unanswered and still fester in eerie silence. What has been consistent, is the explicit lack of ... More

Lottery Numbers: 50, 3, 7, 17, 4, 10

Though it was only by five points, the loss against the 76ers was the most deflating of the season. In fact, the Kings are only the third team to have lost to the larking team from Philadelphia. To make matters worse, the defeat came on their home court. The purist of the game may decree a ... More

Will the Kings capitalize on the injuries of other teams?

The road to get here has not been easy, nor has it been entertaining to go through for the 'Sacramento Proud' Kings fans, but the team is now on the cusp of potentially holding a playoff spot in the Western Conference. The season began full of criticism, internal issues, and injuries. The ... More

The Emerging Confidence of Ben McLemore

Coming into the season, with DeMarcus Cousins being the only bona fide star, it was clear that if the Kings were going to improve their 29-53 record from last season, someone else would have to step up in a big way. While Darren Collison’s return from a season-ending injury was rousing and ... More

3 takeaways: Kings tune out distractions in victory

With another controversy involving the Sacramento Kings, the distractions were thrown out the window and they stepped up to the challenge without their floor general in last night’s 107-97 victory. Rajon Rondo sat out after being suspended by the league for making homophobic slurs to ... More

Koufos: ‘It’s an opportunity to help this team win games by doing the little things’

A wise man once described him as one of the Kings’ most important defenders. That wise man has the sixth most wins in NBA history, and is about to surpass Phil Jackson to get into the top five. The player he is referring to is Kings’ center, Kosta Koufos. Although Koufos is in his ... More