2011-12 Sacramento Kings in Review: Isaiah Thomas

Very seldom does a rookie second-round pick come in and make an immediate impact like Isaiah Thomas did for the Sacramento Kings.  Coach Keith Smart inserted Thomas into the starting line-up on February 17th and the rest was history.  The rookie finished the season averaging 11.5 points, 4.1 assists and 2.6 rebounds in 25.5 minutes per game.  Standing at 5-foot-9, the last pick of the 2011 NBA Draft out-shined all but one player in his entire draft class - top selection, Kyrie Irving. ... More

Fredette and Thomas look toward offseason, Williams hopes for three-year deal

The two Kings rookies look back at their first year and beyond, while the third-year swingman eyes a long-term future with the franchise. More

Arena: Talks between Maloofs and Sacramento end with no deal…again

Once again, California's capital city is back to square one when it comes to building a new downtown arena. More

Video: DeMarcus Cousins on 2011-12 season, the Olympics and more

The Sacramento Kings big man looks back at the season that was and toward the offseason to come. More

CK Press Box Report: Kings 113, Lakers 96

The Sacramento Kings win their season finale against a short-handed Los Angeles Lakers team. More

Game 66 Preview: Kings vs. Lakers

Previewing the final game of the Sacramento Kings' season against the Los Angeles Lakers More

Arena: Mayor Kevin Johnson and Maloofs to continue talks Friday

The proposed plan to build a new arena is breathing some new life. More

Road Reaction: Thunder 118, Kings 110

The Sacramento Kings came out red hot in Oklahoma City, pinning a 40 point first quarter on the Thunder.  But even after shooting a scorching 82 percent from the field through the first 12 minutes, it wasn’t enough to stop Oklahoma City, who came away with a 118-110 victory. Kevin Durant, the NBA’s leading scorer, finished with 32 points and nine rebounds in the victory.  The Kings did a nice job of limiting  Russell Westbrook, who finished with only 13 points, six assists and eight rebounds.  Daequan Cook gave the Thunder a nice lift of the bench in James Harden's absence (consussion).  Cook scored 19 points on 4-for-7 shooting from long range. DeMarcus Cousinsmatched Durant’s 32 after nearly missing the game due to suspension.  The Kings starting center learned he was eligible to play shortly before the loss after his 13th technical of the season was rescinded.  After struggling through a miserable year, Travis Outlaw had a break out game.  He scored 20 points, grabbed seven rebounds and made four steals.  Forward Jason Thompson scored 22 points and Tyreke Evans added 18 as the Kings dropped to 21-44 on the season. ... More

Game 65 Preview: Kings at Thunder

Previewing tonight's match-up between the Sacramento Kings and Oklahoma City Thunder. More

Cowbell Kingdom Podcast Ep 38: Grant Napear, Sacramento Kings TV Play-by-Play

A one-on-one conversation with the television voice of the Sacramento Kings. More