In a fit of rage, a speaker during public comment throws his wallet at the former NBA star turned politician. More
The Sacramento Kings great was down under rooting for his fellow Serbian countryman in the 2012 Australian Open. More
A good turnout of 50 people showed up for last night's tournament benefiting the American Diabetes Association. Next up on the GSC promotional tour - the 58th Annual Causeway Classic between UC Davis and Sacramento State. More
Sacramento Kings greats Vlade Divac and Mitch Richmond have been nominated for the first time for induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. From Scott Howard-Cooper of NBA.com:
The group is, in many ways, a continuation of the '11 class. Chris Mullin was inducted in August, and now ... More
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 before making the professional leap. Contributors to ESPN The Magazine reached out to 39 NBA players and revisted their decisions to leave school prematurely for ... More
The tryouts for the 1984 Olympic Men's Basketball Team were held in Bloomington, Ind. Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated was just starting middle school when the team's hopefuls came through his hometown. But he never forgot which player treated him and his friends the kindest.
I vividly ... More
After selling his five-percent stake last year, Magic Johnson no longer owns a minority share of the Los Angeles Lakers. But according to Scott Howard-Cooper of NBA.com, the all-time great has had his eyes on new ownership possibilities. Could the Sacramento Kings be on his radar?
Johnson and ... More
Jimmer Fredette proposed to his college sweetheart, Whitney Wonnacott late this summer. And you might not have guessed it, but the Kings rookie-guard-to-be is quite romantic. With a little help (kind of) from a Republican presidential candidate (and no, it wasn't Mitt Romney, as conventional ... More
Real-estate developer Bob Cook has been a part-owner of the Kings since the eighties. But his minority stake could be in jeopardy due to the burden of financial debt. From Dale Kasler of the Sacramento Bee:
Cook's financial troubles stem from the construction of Le Rivage, the upscale hotel ... More
Well then..I guess I'll have to catch Cowboys and Aliens in 3D.
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