The Sacramento Kings lost again 118-97 and dropped to 11-35 overall without DeMarcus Cousins tonight against the Phoenix Suns. That is not a good sign moving forward since the biggest improvement was supposedly the new depth on this roster.
That depth the last two games has been nonexiste...
An embarrassing loss proved a tremendous motivator for the Memphis Grizzlies, who looked like a totally different team one night after getting crushed by the Golden State Warriors.
Unfortunately for the Kings, they took on an aggressive Grizzlies team and got hit in the mouth 103-89.
When: 7:00pm (pst)
Where: Sleep Train Arena
TV – CSNCA
Comcast – 34/721
Dish – 453
Hopper – 412-41
DirecTV – 698-1
AT&T – 768/1768
Radio– KHTK Sports 1140 AM
Injury Report: DeMarcus Cousins (out) with a sore right Achilles.
Written by Benjamin Pelaz Garcia and Leo Beas
The Lithuanian big man Arturas Gudaitis has suffered a minor ankle injury that will keep him sidelined for a couple weeks. The Kings own the rights to the 6-foot-10, 22-year-old from Lithuania after making the trade with the 76ers.
On this episode of the Cowbell Kingdom podcast, hosts Vince Miracle and Daniel Humbarger discuss the Sacramento Kings' final season opener at Sleep Train Arena. The two will talk about their biggest takeaways from the game and discuss both the negatives and the positives that the Kings can ...
It was the last season opener in the kingdom known as Sleep Train Arena. The Kings faced a hungry veteran Clippers team that gave them all they can handle in the first three quarters. The purple and black led by center DeMarcus Cousins scored 32 points but would fall short 111-104.
There are ...
SACRAMENTO – Despite a fevered effort in the fourth quarter, an eight-point deficit after the first proved too much to overcome as the Sacramento Kings dropped its season opener 111-104.
“I liked the flow of the whole game except for the first quarter,” said a disappointed George ...
Vlade Divac’s first big move as Vice President and General Manager was to send Jason Thompson, Nik Stauskas and Carl Landry with some draft options to the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Kings received the rights of two European players: Serbian Luka Mitrovic and Lithuanian Arturas Gudaitis.