Wall on Cousins: ‘He’s the most skilled big man’

John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins are very good friends. Both had success in high school and at Kentucky but Wall is the lone Wildcat of the two who has tasted a little bit of success in the NBA. Wall has reached the playoffs twice in his career and Cousins has barley reached 30 wins for the first ... More

Kings finalizing extension for Vlade Divac

Vlade Divac was hired as VP of basketball and franchise operations, but added the title of GM in late August 2015. Now, according to Marc Stein, the Kings are finalizing a multi-year extension for Divac. ESPN sources say that the Kings are finalizing a multi-year contract extension with vice ... More

DMC to Curry: ‘You going to be in this league a long time boy’

Seth Curry earned his second start today on Easter Sunday and took advantage. He finished the game with 14 points on 2-of-4 from beyond the arc and we also saw that players on the Kings really pay attention to George Karl’s comments. Kayte Christensen’s post game interview with Curry ... More

WCS: ‘Last home game was the first time I’ve ever been booed’

Tonight, Kings fans got what they wanted! A Sacramento Kings victory and consistent playing time for Willie Cauley-Stein and Seth Curry. Cauley-Stein led the bench with a career-high 26 points and grabbed six rebounds. Curry earned his first start of the season and played an overall solid ... More

Christie: ‘You have to have failures as an individual, as a group, so that you can appreciate the good times’

Cowbell Kingdom had the privilege of interviewing the Kings' most popular shooting guard in the last decade. A member of "The Greatest Show on Court," and arguably the best defender in Sacramento's history, Doug Christie breaks down this season, what he thinks of Vlade Divac as the GM and his ... More

Cowbell Talks: Exclusive interview with Kenny Thomas

Who can forget that memorable game 3 playoff victory against the Seattle SuperSonics at the old barn in 2005? Those times were great and Kenny Thomas had a lot to do with that victory as he finished with 22 points on 8-of-10 shooting, while grabbing seven rebounds. The 11-year NBA veteran, ... More

Will any of these free agents join the Kings?

With the offseason rapidly approaching, the Sacramento Kings are going to have to revamp their roster heading into the Golden One Center. The front office and the Kings community knows that the shooting guard position will have to be the main focus this offseason, but what moves are the ... More

Realistic shooting guard free agents the Kings should take a look at

As the season comes to end, the Sacramento Kings will once again be at home watching the playoffs instead of playing in the playoffs. How can that change as far as making player roster moves? The first step is acquiring a solid shooting guard. I will break down the most realistic options ... More

More prospects to look at for the Kings

March Madness was in full effect yesterday. We saw a buzzer beater from half court, a dunk at the buzzer that was negated and many upsets all day long. Ladies and gentlemen, just incase you didn’t know, March Madness is amazing. Today, I am breaking down the performances we saw from Buddy ... More

2 players that should be on Sacramento’s radar come June

Yesterday we experienced once again why March Madness is amazing. The underseeded teams proved that seeding is totally meaningless. With that said, let’s take a look at two players that had solid performances yesterday. These players should garnish attention from the Kings should they lose ... More