Blaming one individual for the Kings’ struggles is not a solution but a burden

It’s so easy to point fingers. Everyone has a name to throw into the fire. Anyone can be a critic. Pointing out the problem is always much easier than coming up with a solution. While there are plenty of problems that can and have been pointed out involving the entire organization, not a ... More

The significance of Anthony Tolliver’s effectiveness

For what seemed like ages in the late 2000's, the Sacramento Kings were plagued with the "young team" label that carried more of a negative connotation than positive. That label was synonymous with the roster's lack of playoff experience, low basketball I.Q., and inability to win games. With the ... More

Addressing Cousins’ Beef With Cowbell Kingdom and Moving Forward

Dear People of Sacramento and the NBA Community, I was at a promotional event hosting a Kings-Grizzlies watch party at Sail Inn Grotto when the Sacramento Bee released its column regarding DeMarcus Cousins’ attempts to control the media. I briefly skimmed through it because I was ... More

The Differences and Similarities Between DeMarcus Cousins and Rasheed Wallace

Over the last few years we’ve seen DeMarcus Cousins become one of the most dominant players in the NBA. Statistically, every year he’s gotten a little bit better and is now one of the most unstoppable big men in the game. So far, Cousins has racked up two All-Star nominations, two All-NBA teams ... More

Has Willie Cauley-Stein lived up to the Tyson Chandler comparison early in his career?

In last year’s draft, the Sacramento Kings selected Willie Cauley-Stein with the sixth overall selection. The Kings were trying to improve their defense because the year before they gave up 105 points per game (28th in the NBA). It made sense to take Cauley-Stein because his defense was what ... More

Where does the talented 2009 Kentucky trio rank in the NBA amongst each other?

Take yourself back six years; John Calipari had just relieved coach Billy Gillispie from his coaching duties at the University of Kentucky. Gillispie and the Wildcats went 22-14 (8-8 SEC) during the 08’-09’ season missing the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1992. The thought of ... More

Garrett Temple on the second unit: ‘We are real confident’

The NBA is a league that focuses a lot on who is in the starting lineup. The five who start the game are typically the most talented and give their team the best possible chance to win. However, the bench unit’s role in the success of a team is often undervalued but not ignored. The most ... More

Omri Casspi on Dave Joerger: ‘We Haven’t Talked Since Preseason’

After a season full of career highs in 2015-2016, Sacramento’s Omri Casspi has found himself riding the pine for most of this young season. Casspi played in 69 games for the Kings last season, and started 21 of those under former head coach George Karl. Now, after not playing a single second ... More

Cousins’ Rage Good for Stats, Bad for Kings

The short temper and passion that DeMarcus Cousins possesses are a major part of what make him as tough and talented as he is. Think of it as a bundle package by a television and Internet provider, it’s all-inclusive. You cannot have one without the other. There is no All-Star center without the ... More

Gay’s start to the season has been impressive but what does it mean?

It doesn’t look like the Sacramento Kings will be contending for an NBA championship anytime soon. Rudy Gay knows that, and we also know that Gay has been playing at a really high level through the first 11 games of the season. Gay is having the best season of his career, at least so far. Yes, ... More