229 results for tag: Omri Casspi
Matt George and Leo Beas break down the destinations the Kings can potentially trade Rudy Gay to but they also discuss the positives on keeping the very talented small forward in purple and black.
In the second segment, they discuss if Omri Casspi
is a starting-caliber small forward in the NBA. What do you think? ...
There is no denying it. Omri Casspi
has shown a huge improvement since his first stint with the Sacramento Kings. However, Kings fans can’t deny that they need more from the eighth-year man from Israel.
While Casspi is becoming a well-rounded player on both ends of the floor, more consistency and timely contributions are ...
In this episode, Matt George and Leo Beas break down Marco Belinelli’s comments on why he chose to sign with the Sacramento Kings.
Leo interviews NBA writer and columnist from Sportando.com, Orazio Cauchi. Orazio gives us his insight on the top international NBA prospects and one that is a real possibility for the ...
April 9th will go down as one of the most memorable days in Sacramento Kings history. The best fans in the NBA deserve a quality video that will be available to watch forever, so that you can relive this epic night.
The Cowbell Kingdom team hopes you enjoy this great video that was produced by our Photo Editor, Emmanuel ...
Most Kings fans are thinking, again? Another season under .500? With the Kings finishing 33-49, concerns about the franchise have arisen once again.
The 2015-2016 season marked the 10th consecutive season that Sacramento has not finished over .500 and 0-6 in the DeMarcus Cousins era.
There were high hopes and expect...
In this episode, Joe Morgan and Leo Beas cover the end of Sacramento’s playoff hopes, and how to achieve better results next year. They go deep about who to keep, who to lose, and what to do about the remaining games of this season.
Then Jason Ross of KHTK joins Joe and they cover the Kings’ season (starts at the ...
What’s left to talk about when it comes to the Sacramento Kings?
Their star center was suspended, their coach just had a cancer-related procedure on Thursday, and the team keeps on losing. Barring any injuries, the team can’t reach any new lows.
A logical mind would think this team has officially hit rock ...
There comes a point during every Sacramento Kings season where the attention of the fans turns away from the Western Conference standings and redirects itself more appropriately towards mock drafts.
It has been that way for the past ten years and the legacy will continue. Last night was that turning point.
With 20 games remaining for Sacramento, the question arises. What will the game plan be for the rest of the season? Do you make a final playoff push being only 6.5 games out? Or do you look towards the offseason, where the team can be picked apart and assets can be secured?
For most fans, the 2015-2016 season has been ...
It’s always a high-anticipated matchup when Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins take the floor and tonight lived up to the hype. Despite Cousins scoring 40 points and 16 rebounds, the Kings lost its third game of the season to the New Orleans Pelicans 115-112.
Davis came up huge for the Pelicans when they needed him the ...