From the Dallas Mavericks championship celebration at the American Airlines Center:
First of all, I never expected to play on this team after playing against this team for so many years. I just want to thank my teammates, thank the coaching staff, thank the ownership for the opportunity they ...
We have just been sent an official press release from the Sacramento Kings:
KINGS WAIVE JERMAINE TAYLOR
SACRAMENTO, CA ---- The Sacramento Kings today requested waivers on guard Jermaine Taylor, according to Kings’ President of Basketball Operations Geoff Petrie. Taylor averaged 7.1 ...
We have received official notice that Brandon Knight will be the first draft prospect through town on Thursday morning. The freshman point guard out of Kentucky is expected to be long gone before the Kings draft at number 7, but these things always seem to work themselves out. Knight measured ...
According to KCRA Channel 3, the Sacramento-based NBC affiliate, the numbers are in on what it's going to take to get a new sports and entertainment facility built in Sacramento:
The cost of a new sports and entertainment complex to replace the old Arco Arena will cost $370 million, ...
In a not so shocking turn of events, the Sacramento Kings have once again come up empty handed on lottery night and will draft 7th in the 2011 NBA draft. This has become a common occurrence here in Sacramento. Every year the fans get amped up for ...
NBA All-Rookie squads were announced today and DeMarcus Cousins made the cut. The Kings big man becomes the 10th player in franchise history selected to the league's rookie first team.
DeMarcus Cousins finished third in this year's Rookie of the Year race, behind John Wall and award winner Blake Griffin. Only six players received votes. Here's how the voting broke down:
Joe Maloof has been making the rounds on the media circuit following Kings decision day. He was on the CNBC show The Strategy Session
today and answered questions about the family's financial situation, the Palms and of course the Kings. Watch after the jump.
The game isn't over, and the Kings might lose this game, but Tyreke Evans got biblical with Gary Neal early on.
The power of Reke compels you! THE POWER OF REKE COMPELS YOU!
With all of the relocation talk, it has become more and more difficult to focus on the game of basketball. I think that statement goes for most Kings fans right now, but strangely enough, not the players. At the beginning of their current five game road trip, the Kings were 16-51, losers of two ...