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The Sacramento Kings (15-22) are closing in on the eighth and final playoff position in the Western Conference, sitting two games behind the Utah Jazz (17-20). In the month of January the Kings are 3-2, which may not sound all too impressive, but based upon their opponents is a quality stretch of basketball.
The Kings ...
On this edition of 'The Kings Court Podcast,' hosts Vince Miracle and Drew Runberg discuss the Sacramento Kings' most recent three games and how they believe the team is finally beginning to turn the corner on becoming a real playoff contender.
Have the Kings' past five games in 2016 changed the minds of the desk, to ...
In this episode of Cowbell Kingdom hosts Daniel Humbarger, and Johnny Taylor discuss the last few games, and the massive emotional swings that the Sacramento Kings fans have had to go through.
Johnny gives his new “Big 3” and stats to back up his claims. Johnny and Daniel debate the outcome of some trades and ask ...
Sacramento remains a team that can’t close out a game. Hit the rim and the game is over. This loss in the 'big D,' even without Rajon Rondo, Omri Casspi
, and Willie Cauley-Stein, shows that this team cannot be trusted to finish anything.
This loss was a pure lack of basketball IQ and a failure to recognize the situat...
Sacramento is no longer winless in Oklahoma City. The Kings beat the Thunder 116-104, making it the first time since Oklahoma poached the Sonics from Seattle, and ended their 14-game losing streak in the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
After a disastrous three-game losing streak, the Kings have now put together two solid ...
On this episode of 'The Kings Court' podcast, CSN Kings Insider and former Cowbell Kingdom member James Ham joins the show.
In this first episode of 2016, James and host Vince Miracle discuss the flaws of the Sacramento Kings during the year of 2015. The discussion turns into trying to figure out whether or not DeMarcus ...
In the first game of the new year, the Sacramento Kings came into Sleep Train Arena with the need for a win after falling to the Philadelphia 76ers.
Facing-off against the Eric Bledsoe-less Phoenix Suns, the game would turn into the Kings’ best performance of the season. Sacramento would come out victorious scoring a ...
On this episode of the Cowbell Kingdom Podcast, Host/Producer Joe Morgan, and Managing Editor Leo Beas, discuss last week's games, and how the Kings can learn from the losses.
Leo gives us his insight on what is going on in the locker room. And it starts from the Golden State loss to the 76ers loss at home.
Though it was only by five points, the loss against the 76ers was the most deflating of the season. In fact, the Kings are only the third team to have lost to the larking team from Philadelphia. To make matters worse, the defeat came on their home court.
The purist of the game may decree a dunk as being just two points. ...
The Kings headed down Interstate 80 to Oakland to take on the best team in the NBA. The results against the one-loss Golden State Warriors were about what one would expect from the underwhelming Kings.
They lost a game (122-103) that wasn’t really close by the end of the ...