176 results for tag: George Karl

Turnover Tuesdays: A bumpy road trip thus far

Turnover Tuesdays with Mr. Taylor The road, man… Last week, I made the bold prediction that the Kings would win 3 of 4 last week to improve to 7-8 on the season. Sometimes I’m wrong. The Kings played sloppy most of the week, losing to Atlanta and Miami (sans Cousins) before picking up a much-needed win in Orlando ... More

Hornets sting the Kings late in the fourth

Coming off a win in Orlando, the Kings needed another win to get their season back on track. Having played their best defense of the year against the Magic, the Kings took a step backwards and blew a 22-point lead in the second half. Kemba Walker’s 39 points helped Charlotte’s second-largest comeback in franchise ... More

Sunday Musings: Is DeMarcus Cousins a media punching bag?

In basketball, there are media favorites such as Stephen Curry and Blake Griffin. DeMarcus Cousins has never been one of those favorites. Cousins pops up in the media circles when he gets into it with referees or the state of his franchise is in doubt. The NBA would love nothing more than to move the All-Star big man ... More

Kings come up big in Orlando to earn first road victory

The young season has been a challenging one thus far for the Sacramento Kings. They needed a win against a beatable Orlando Magic team on the road and they earned their first today 97-91 and improved to 4-9 on the season. The story early on was once again Rajon Rondo who made three 3-pointers in the first quarter alone. ... More

CK Podcast 225: Cousins named player of the week but is he the best big man in the NBA?

On this episode of the Cowbell Kingdom Podcast, hosts Vince Miracle and Daniel Humbarger discuss the Kings' recent three games winning streak. Although the Kings won those games, why does Daniel still feel a little frustrated with coach George Karl's rotation? DeMarcus Cousins was just recently named the Western ... More

Kings lose second straight and lose Gay to injury

The Kings would get the night started without their All-Star big man DeMarcus Cousins, as he served a one-game suspension for a forearm to the face of Atlanta's Al Horford last night. Both teams came in on a one-game losing streak, looking to get back on track. Sacramento would unfortunately come up short, missing their ... More

Hawks down Kings without Jeff Teague

The Kings had managed to establish good momentum going into Wednesday's matchup against the Atlanta Hawks. Unfortunately, they were unable to extend their winning streak to four games as they fell 103-97 in Atlanta. The game remained close for much of the first half as the two teams traded baskets. However, the ... More

Acy’s resurgence to the Kingdom

Fear the Beard Marco Belinelli was coming off a Quincy Acy screen and when the blue-collar forward rolled to the rim, Belinelli found him and Acy finished off the play with a thunderous dunk over ex-King Thomas Robinson. The crowd erupted and so did his teammates on the bench. These are some of the things that Acy brings ... More

Turnover Tuesdays: What a difference a week makes

Turnover Tuesdays with Mr. Taylor What a difference a week makes. After a locker room outburst from DeMarcus Cousins and the “family meeting” that followed, the Kings reeled off three straight wins at home to improve to 4-7 on the season. Perhaps the most encouraging part of the winning streak is that it included ... More

Video: The current state of the Sacramento Kings

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx_2yfyyI-A After a week filled with negativity, one of the positive things we can all agree on is the excellent level of play Rajon Rondo has provided for the Kings. After three much-needed victories, Rondo notched in his third triple-double of the season in a 111-109 victory against the ... More