Joerger is still trying to figure out his starting lineup

People like to do things that will make them successful. If you do something and it doesn’t work then you adjust and try to make it better, and then rinse and repeat. For the Sacramento Kings, they’re trying to figure out what the best lineup is to start the game. You don’t have to start ... More

James on Cousins: ‘He’s the best big man in the game’

After dropping two straight games on their four game east coast trip, the Cleveland Cavaliers bounced back in their first ever game in the Golden1 Center, defeating the Kings 120-108. Losing doesn’t sit well with LeBron James and company as a win in Sacramento was considered a must win for the ... More

Would you pay to watch the final 5 minutes of an NBA game?

NBA commissioner Adam Silver has always been open to making tweaks, such as weekday morning games or altering the playoff system. But giving fans the option to pay to watch the final five minutes of an NBA game from any mobile device or TV would certainly attract the recreational fan. Loyal fans ... More

William Hill – The best place for basketball bets

With more than 100 full service & kiosk locations throughout Nevada, William Hill US is the state’s sports betting leader. William Hill offers Nevada’s most diverse betting menu throughout the year on everything: pro and college football, pro and college basketball, baseball, horse ... More

Sunday Musings: The importance of the final three minutes of the fourth quarter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUpzQ_ja7Kc Floating in and out of the eighth playoff spot in the Western Conference, the 15-21 Sacramento Kings have had their fair share of troubles in the closing minutes of games this season. With little to no room for error in a season where the playoffs are ... More

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

Lawson’s recent success bodes well for Sacramento’s chances of making the playoffs

Welcome to 2017 everybody. It’s time to kick off the New Year’s resolutions that you’re going to eat better, sleep longer and generally live a better life. For the Sacramento Kings, their first resolution seems to be to make the playoffs for the first time since 2006. So far, they’re ... More

A trade that would make sense for both Houston and Sacramento

The Rockets are interested in the Kings’ veteran big Kosta Koufos, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein. I am a huge fan of Koufos and the little things he does to help a team win games. Many fans don’t appreciate his game because he doesn’t produce godly stats but if you break down film on ... 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

Analyzing Darren Collison’s 21 games this season

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFntUbANtYE After missing the first eight games of the season due to a domestic violence suspension, Darren Collison has been that consistent third scorer the Kings were desperately looking for to play alongside DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay this season. When ... More