2247 results for tag: Sacramento Kings

Christie: ‘You have to have failures as an individual, as a group, so that you can appreciate the good times’

Cowbell Kingdom had the privilege of interviewing the Kings' most popular shooting guard in the last decade. A member of "The Greatest Show on Court," and arguably the best defender in Sacramento's history, Doug Christie breaks down this season, what he thinks of Vlade Divac as the GM and his experiences in China. Cowbell ... More

Cowbell Talks: Exclusive interview with Kenny Thomas

Who can forget that memorable game 3 playoff victory against the Seattle SuperSonics at the old barn in 2005? Those times were great and Kenny Thomas had a lot to do with that victory as he finished with 22 points on 8-of-10 shooting, while grabbing seven rebounds. The 11-year NBA veteran, former UNM Lobo, and a ... More

Realistic shooting guard free agents the Kings should take a look at

As the season comes to end, the Sacramento Kings will once again be at home watching the playoffs instead of playing in the playoffs. How can that change as far as making player roster moves? The first step is acquiring a solid shooting guard. I will break down the most realistic options the Kings will have during ... More

Chaos and frustration is nothing new for the Kings

After a disappointing loss to the Utah Jazz, DeMarcus Cousins spoke his mind like he usually has his entire career. It wasn't anything new but it's note worthy to say the least. “I know for a fact there’s a lot of frustration in this locker room,” (DeMarcus) Cousins told reporters after the game. “I believe ... More

CK Podcast 239: Jason Ross and Leo Beas discuss the future of Cousins and Rondo

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 ... More

Best shooting guard prospects the Kings should look at

Year after year, the Sacramento Kings have been patiently waiting for that All-Star caliber guard to compliment DeMarcus Cousins. In recent memory, the most success the Kings have had through drafting guards is Tyreke Evans. Evans had tremendous upside coming out but ultimately it was not the right fit in Sacramento. ... More

Karl doesn’t think it’s doomsday for the Kings

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 ... More

Another loss but this one has a stronger significance

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. And ... More

A general perspective for the final 20 games

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 ... More

A disappointing end to the road trip

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 ... More