63 results for tag: Ty Lawson

Lawson played well but it wasn’t enough as the Kings lose a tough one at the buzzer

It was a wild night at the Golden 1 Center for Kings fans as they saw one of the best games of the season from their Kings come down to a heartbreaking buzzer beater tip-in from Rudy Gobert. This 110-109 loss marked their fourth straight at home. Gobert’s game-winner was initially ruled off but changed upon further ... More

1-on-1 with Ty Lawson: It’s time for everyone to step up

Vlade Divac knew he was taking a risk when he signed Ty Lawson and so far, Lawson has exceeded most expectations and has been a welcomed addition on and off the court. Last week was a hectic week for the Sacramento Kings, and it all started after the All-Star Game when they decided to move on from DeMarcus Cousins. It shook ... More

The signing of Lawson is paying off in early 2017

It was midway through August, the point guard dilemma was in full swing, and the Sacramento Kings window for opportunity was closing rapidly. The NBA had yet to enforce its sanctions on Darren Collison and with no timetable available, it had the franchise at a stand still. Knowing that acquiring a point guard was a necessity ... More

Takeaways from a disappointing loss to the Grizzlies

After barely surviving a dreadful (1-6) home stand, the Kings could not change course in Memphis starting off their eight game road trip losing to the Grizzles 107-91. In their first game since Rudy Gay’s season ending left Achilles rupture, Sacramento found themselves playing new rotations tonight. Although Gay’s ... More

Joerger is still trying to figure out his starting lineup

People like to do things that will make them successful. If you do something and it doesn’t work then you adjust and try to make it better, and then rinse and repeat. For the Sacramento Kings, they’re trying to figure out what the best lineup is to start the game. You don’t have to start five offensive juggernauts but ... More

Lawson’s recent success bodes well for Sacramento’s chances of making the playoffs

Welcome to 2017 everybody. It’s time to kick off the New Year’s resolutions that you’re going to eat better, sleep longer and generally live a better life. For the Sacramento Kings, their first resolution seems to be to make the playoffs for the first time since 2006. So far, they’re doing a good job. As it stands ... More

Ty Lawson, mejor desde el banquillo

  Con el partido contra los Minnesota Timberwolves, Ty Lawson ya suma 30 encuentros con la camiseta de los Sacramento Kings: 15 como titular y otros tantos como suplente. Curiosamente, el rendimiento del base es mejor cuando sale desde el banquillo. No es sencillo para alguien que ha jugado más del 65% de sus ... More

Analyzing Darren Collison’s 21 games this season

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFntUbANtYE After missing the first eight games of the season due to a domestic violence suspension, Darren Collison has been that consistent third scorer the Kings were desperately looking for to play alongside DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay this season. When the Kings received word of ... More

Garrett Temple on the second unit: ‘We are real confident’

The NBA is a league that focuses a lot on who is in the starting lineup. The five who start the game are typically the most talented and give their team the best possible chance to win. However, the bench unit’s role in the success of a team is often undervalued but not ignored. The most successful teams can rely on ... More

Bringing Darren Collison off the bench is the best move for the Kings

As the Sacramento Kings return to the Golden One Center following a five game east-coast road trip, they will have the services of point guard Darren Collison who will be returning from an eight game suspension for a domestic violence issue over the summer. There is no arguing that the Kings have struggled offensively ... More