How the Kings might use Travis Outlaw

Head Coach Paul Westphal discusses how the Kings might use their new addition. More

Kings land Outlaw

Multiple sources have confirmed that the Sacramento Kings have won the amnesty bid process on former New Jersey Net Travis Outlaw.  Adrian  Wojnarowski of Yahoo! was the first to report the addition via twitter. The 27 year-old Outlaw spent the majority of his career with the Portland ... More

Updated: Jamal Crawford considering the Kings

Multiple reports, including one from ESPN's Chris Broussard, say free agent guard Jamal Crawford has narrowed his choices to three preferred destinations. Jamal Crawford has limited his choices to Portland, Sacramento and NYK, source says.Wed Dec 14 00:28:55 via EchofonChris Broussard Chris_... More

Dallas Mavericks targeting Samuel Dalembert?

The Dallas Mavericks could be eyeing Sacramento Kings free agent Samuel Dalembert to replace Tyson Chandler.  ESPN's Marc Stein tweeting the details: Mavs' first swipe, I'm told, will be trying to do S-and-T w/Sacramento for Dalembert by using big trade exception from Tyson Chandler deal Con... More

Updated: Kings sign Chuck Hayes to 4-year, roughly $20-mil deal

Chuck Hayes, who graduated from Modesto Christian, will be a Sacramento King. More

Updated: Kings re-sign Marcus Thornton for four years, $31-mil

Kings come to terms with their restricted free agent guard. More

Kings ink Jimmer Fredette, Tyler Honeycutt and Isaiah Thomas to rookie deals

It's Jimmer Time!  And also Tyler Time!  And wait ... Isaiah Time!  The Sacramento Kings announced this evening that first and foremost, they need a new pen, this one is all out of ink, and secondly, that while they were busy inking Chuck Hayes and Marcus Thornton, they had a little bit more ... More

Kings renounce rights to Samuel Dalembert and three others

Kings clear cap space by renouncing rights of four players. More

Chuck Hayes offered roughly $20-mil by Kings

ESPN's Marc Stein reported the proposal earlier today.  The Kings have apparently offered free agent center Chuck Hayes a four-year contract worth approximately $20-million dollars. The under-the-cap Kings, according to the source, are optimistic Hayes will accept the deal, which would pay the ... More

We have a training camp invite!

A local product has a chance to chase his dream with the Sacramento Kings.  Former Modesto Christian star Adrian Oliver announced on Twitter that he has been invited to Kings training camp. Oliver is the first unofficial camp invitee we've heard from so far.  The 6'-3 shooting guard played his ... More