2416 results for tag: Sacramento Kings

Ty Lawson has interest in playing for the Kings

Ty Lawson was once regarded as one of the upper-echelon point guards in the NBA. Last season, he posted career lows in points, field goal percentage, three-point percentage and free throw percentage. Now, he’s searching for an opportunity to show his worth again even if it’s not in an up-tempo style offense. Lawson, ... More

Garrett Temple, tercer fichaje de los Kings

Garrett Temple se convirtió ayer en el tercer fichaje del mercado veraniego de los Sacramento Kings. El combo firma por tres temporadas y un total de 24 millones de dólares, con una player option en la última campaña. El ya ex jugador de Washington Wizards jugará en Sacramento por segunda vez en su carrera. La primera ... More

Golden 1 Center Job Fair

The doors of the Golden 1 Center, the new home of the Sacramento Kings, will be opening soon! With the arrival of the Golden 1 Center, there was a lot of talk about the businesses and jobs it was going to bring to downtown Sacramento. Well, the time has come, Golden 1 Center is hiring for the arena’s inaugural season... More

The major differences between Waiters and McLemore

From what I’ve seen on message boards, social media and other stories, the potential acquisition of Dion Waiters has really dumbfounded Kings fans. I also read the article on thesportsquotient.com that proclaimed Waiters as the worst player in the NBA, but then retracting and saying that he wasn’t. // Look, I get ... More

Belinelli’s fractured maxilla bone shouldn’t affect the deal with Charlotte

Marco Belinelli has suffered a fracture in his maxilla bone, which represents the bridge between the cranial base superiorly and the dental occlusal plane inferiorly, according to emedicine.medscape.com. In other words, fractures in his upper jaw and face. Belinelli will wear a mask for about four to six weeks. He may ... More

Labissiere went from a near death experience to having his greatest dream come true

During Sacramento’s busy draft night, one of their picks came from a trade with the Phoenix Suns. With pick No. 28 in the draft, the team selected forward Skal Labissiere from the University of Kentucky. While it is no surprise Sacramento went with another Wildcat, the fact that Labissiere fell so far down is a bit of ... More

Papagiannis can definitely shoot the rock

When Georgios Papagiannis claimed he could shoot beyond the arc on our press conference call after the NBA Draft, I didn't believe it. Then, when Vlade Divac reiterated his ability to shoot the rock, I took it with a grain of salt. “He’s a tall kid that’s very mobile running up and down the floor, playing very ... More

CK Podcast 246: Kenny Thomas joins the show and analysis on 2016 NBA Draft

Matt George and Leo Beas break down what went down Thursday night and what it means for the future of the Sacramento Kings. Should fans trust Vlade Divac and the process? Tune in to find out and join the conversation. It’s heated and entertaining. We end the show with Kenny Thomas and what his thoughts are on ... More

Leo Beas’ mock NBA draft: Who will Kings pick at No. 8?

Draft day will certainly be crazy this year because we only have two definitive players going first and second. After Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram, it becomes a crapshoot. There are multiple NBA prospects who I believe will have solid NBA careers in this draft. I also believe there will be a couple busts that are going ... More

Matt Painter on Denzel Valentine: ‘You’re talking actual production’

It only takes one look at the Sacramento Kings’ backcourt to realize that help is needed and former Michigan State shooting guard Denzel Valentine might be the answer to that problem. The reigning Big Ten Conference Player of the Year, Valentine, went unsolvable throughout the season and made life difficult for ... More