Don't look now but we're officially a few hours away from Sacramento Kings basketball and the start of the 2009-10 NBA season. So how about we figure out how the Kings Power Rankings shake out as we get ready to start the latest 82-game campaign?
1. Kevin Martin |
Reason: If Tyreke Evans and ...
The NBA experts at ESPN.com got together and predicted where each team in the NBA will finish in their respective division and conference. Those who participated were J.A. Adande, Jon Barry, Chris Broussard, Chad Ford, Jemele Hill, John Hollinger, Chris Sheridan, Jalen Rose, Marc Stein and David ...
With the semi-announcement that it looks like the Kings will go into the season with only 13 players under contract, I’ve decided to unveil a weekly piece that will run every Monday morning (I know, it’s currently Tuesday).
It’s the 2009-2010 season’s Kings Power Rankings!
Has your ...
With the off-season so uneventful and yet, still upon us, there usually aren't enough links to pass around in order to constitute an entire post of links. It reminds me of this line in Wayne's World:
I definitely didn't have many links each day, let alone enough links to necessitate a link ...
According to someone a lot smarter than I am, the Sacramento Kings are projected to have the fifth hardest schedule this coming season. Via British Petroleum Basketball Prospectus:
No Team OppW OppL Opp% Conf sW
01 Grizzlies 3502 3222 .521 W 42.7
02 Clippers 3492 3232 .519 ...
The schedule has been released and the Sacramento Kings will open up 2009-2010 campaign on the road in Oklahoma City against Kevin Durant. The first home game will be November 2nd against Zach Randolph and the Memphis Grizzlies.
In terms of seeing stars there will be a Merry Christmas for Kings ...
The Sacramento Kings continue to be at the forefront of media content and finding a way to feed the obsession and passion of their fans.
They've been ahead of the curve as far as all forms of team media. They have interviews by Andrew Nicholson at a very impressive rate. They have an impressive ...
This video was found via With Malice:
Personally, I think that Reggie is generalizing here and it's unfair.
It would be the same as me making the generalization that all former NBA players know the game well enough to coach at the NBA level. Clearly that was unproven over the last couple ...
The win/loss really isn’t important in Summer League games.
And it isn’t really even about the way that this team lost the game, either. It doesn’t matter that they were up 14 with about five minutes to go. This Kings team seemed a lot more fluid offensively than they did Friday against ...
Summer League is a chance for first impressions and to get a modicum of an idea of what you have with your young players. And that’s exactly what we get with the Kings after 40 minutes of play against Detroit’s rookies and Summer League roster fillers.
Here are some quick-hitter impressions ...