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Five takeaways from Geoff Petrie’s Wednesday presser

The NBA shut down all basketball-related communication from league front offices during the lockout.  Yesterday afternoon, Geoff Petrie broke his silence, addressing media for the first time

December 01, 2011 Offseason, Transaction Talk

With lockout almost over, Sacramento and NBA ramp up arena negotiations

Now that the five-month work stoppage is nearing an end, the NBA is fully reengaging itself in arena talks with the city.  From Rob McAllister

November 29, 2011 Business

Dalembert talks Miami, New York and Houston

Chris Tomasson of Fox Sports Florida caught up this weekend with Sacramento Kings free agent center Samuel Dalembert, who is currently in his native Haiti. 

November 27, 2011 Offseason

NBA’s tentative labor agreement available, amnesty rule gets a tweak

Our friend Sam Amick of SI.com has landed the new tentative agreement.  While many are focusing on the finer nuances of the BRI split and

November 27, 2011 Analysis/Commentary, Preseason

Lockout ends, are your Sacramento Kings ready?

Every NBA coach has the fear that one or more of his players are going to come back from this long lay off way out

November 26, 2011 Analysis/Commentary, Preseason

Goon Squad Classic: Overtime Session

Earlier in the week we posted the first quarter action from the Goon Squad Classic.  Today, we have the overtime session, in its entirety for

November 23, 2011 Preseason

Goon Squad Classic weekend meant more than just basketball

Shameless plug alert.  My final thoughts on this past weekend over at SB Nation Bay Area.  A snippet: Following suit with most of the exhibitions

November 22, 2011 Business

Footage of the Goon Squad Classic

For those of you who missed the Goon Squad Classic out at the UC Davis Pavilion on Sunday night, here is a taste of the

November 21, 2011 Offseason

Former Kansas City Mayor in Sacramento to talk about Sprint Center’s success

Since opening its doors in 2007, the Sprint Center has provided a major boost to the Kansas City economy.  Kay Barnes, their former mayor, was

November 17, 2011 Business

One-and-done Kings look back at leaving college early

Since 2006, the NBA has placed an age limit on the draft, forcing most league hopefuls to play at least one year of college basketball

November 09, 2011 NBA Draft, Off The Court
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