Which Willie Cauley-Stein are the Kings going to get moving forward?

Year three of the Willie Cauley-Stein experiment is almost complete and it’s a mixed bag of opinions to say the least. Drafted No. 6 overall in the 2015 NBA draft, Cauley-Stein was the first of many draft selections under the Vlade Divac-led front office. The thought when drafting ... More

Vince Carter has been vital for the youth in Sacramento

The summer of 1998 was the start of something special, the start of a new era in basketball. At the time the NBA was riding the coattails of aging NBA superstars Karl Malone, John Stockton, Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan in the hopes that some new young talent would take the league by storm ... More

Frank Mason’s success is no secret and it will help the Kings down the road

The NBA Draft is an interesting spectacle. We hype up a bunch of freshmen that are no where near their ceiling, only to forget some of college's biggest stars in the process. Frank Mason, who won National Player of the Year in his fourth season at Kansas, is a prime example of that. The ... More

Playing Bogdan Bogdanovic at backup point guard has been very effective

The Sacramento Kings had a rough ending to 2017, losing to a Grizzles team without Mike Conley, but 2018 should be a year where many of their question marks are answered. This team doesn’t have an All-Star this year but they do have many solid role players who can perform at a high level ... More

Why the Reno Bighorns are so important to youth development and the Kings’ long-term success

Listen to our Interview with De'Aaron Fox The Reno Bighorns, G-League affiliate of the NBA, formerly known as the D-League, and up until 2016 was a minor league basketball team for the New York Knicks, Orlando Magic, Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, Memphis Grizzlies, Utah Jazz and the ... More

Analyzing Malachi Richardson’s long-term outlook in Sacramento

Malachi Richardson entered the 2016 draft after a laudable NCAA Tournament run in which he led a 10th-seeded Syracuse team all the way to the Final Four. He was one of the more unexpected breakout freshmen that season, and rode his hot hand all the way to the 22nd pick. Now kicking off just his ... More

Buddy Hield: ‘I think coach making the decision to bring me off the bench was probably the best decision’

Tough times are ahead for your Sacramento Kings this season but with every loss comes an important opportunity for this young Kings team to learn from their mistakes as they progress. One of those opportunities includes finding where Buddy Hield’s strengths lie in a game. The question is where ... More

Why Skal Labissiere should be the Kings’ starting power forward

The DeMarcus Cousins era is long gone in Sacramento. After trudging through years of controversy-filled mediocrity with DeMarcus Cousins at the helm, the Kings’ decision to offload the multi-time All-Star was the culture shock that they so desperately needed — as well as what set in ... More

Frank Mason III: ‘Thanks for believing in me Sacramento Kings, I promise you won’t regret it.’

Who is Frank Mason III? A small, fiery and tenacious kid would be an understatement when talking about the 23-year-old out of Petersburg, Va. Mason was born and raised in his small hometown of Petersburg by his mother Sharon Harrison who took care of him and his seven other siblings. Frank... More

Harry Giles: ‘If you don’t love the game, you can’t come back from an injury like that’

Who is Harry Giles? For those that are unfamiliar with this 19-year-old Phenom coming out of high school, he already has quite a story at such a young age. Giles was born and raised in Winston-Salem, North Carolina by his parents Harry Giles Sr. and Melissa Addison Giles. https://www.youtu... More