39 results for tag: Portland Trail Blazers

Images of the Game: Sacramento Kings vs. Portland Trail Blazers, November, 11, 2012

Photos from last night's Kings' loss to the Blazers at Sleep Train Arena. More

CK Press Box Report – Portland Trail Blazers 103, Sacramento Kings 86

The Kings lose their second game in a row with an undermanned roster. More

Game 8 Preview: Sacramento Kings vs. Portland Trail Blazers

Previewing tonight's action between the Kings and Blazers. More

Kings’ Speech: Game 8 vs. Portland Trail Blazers

Looking ahead to tonight's match-up with Jimmer Fredette and Jason Thompson of the Sacramento Kings. More

How Marcus Thornton adjusted to last night’s role off the Sacramento Kings’ bench

The Kings guard discusses how he stayed ready in a sixth-man role. More

CK Press Box Report – Sacramento Kings 117, Portland Trail Blazers 100

The Kings win their second preseason game by double figures. More

At the buzzer: Sacramento Kings 117, Portland Trail Blazers 100

The Kings win by double digits in their second game of the preseason. More

Preseason Game 2 Preview: Sacramento Kings vs. Portland Trail Blazers

Looking ahead the Kings' preseason match-up with the Trail Blazers More

Cowbell Clippings: Starring a major hurdle in the arena project (December 2, 2011)

Since the unofficial end to the lockout last weekend, news has hit us fast and rapidly.  With so much information breaking left and right, we're starting a new featured post this season highlighting suggested links on opponents, the league and of course the Kings.
  • Sacramento parking spaces and garages have emerged as a potential game-changer in the battle to build a new arena.  However, new findings reported by the Sacramento Bee's Ryan Lillis, Dale Kasler and Tony Bizjak suggest they may not be as valuable as the city originally hoped. "But with a pivotal City Council decision on the deal scheduled in less than two weeks, city officials say those parking spots may not be as valuable as originally hoped. City Manager John Shirey told The Bee on Thursday that the assessed value of the city's parking facilities is lower than officials' early 'hopes or expectations.' The recent estimates came from financial consultants at Bank of America. Multiple sources familiar with the details of the project told The Bee this week that the city may be able get $200 million – or slightly more – in upfront cash by leasing its parking operations to a private company. That would include 7,200 spaces in garages, 5,500 on-street spaces and parking citation revenue. Shirey would not confirm that figure, but he said the new estimates are lower than originally believed. Officials have never said publicly what their early estimates were."
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