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Depleted Rockets defeat the Kings

Nov 26, 2014
Depleted Rockets defeat the Kings

In its third game out of its four game road trip, Sacramento took on the Houston Rockets and lost by a score of 102-89. Rudy Gay and Darren Collison remained inactive for Sacramento. After a crucial win over a potential 8th playoff spot contender last night in the New Orleans, the Kings could not...

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Kings defeat Pelicans without Collison and Gay

Nov 25, 2014
Kings defeat Pelicans without Collison and Gay

Sacramento traveled to New Orleans Tuesday night to continue its four game road trip against the Pelicans. Rudy Gay, Darren Collison and Eric Moreland were all placed on the inactive list for tonight’s game due to injury. But without two starters, it was no problem for the Kings. Sacramento rolled over the Pelicans 99-89...

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Sacramento State will be hosting March Madness 2017

Nov 24, 2014

The first and second rounds of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament will be taking place in Sacramento, California in the city’s new Entertainment and Sports Center in 2017. The decision to host it was led by Sacramento State University, the Sacramento Sports Commission and the Sacramento Kings.



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Kings start sluggish, finish strong in 113-101 victory over Minnesota

Nov 22, 2014
Kings start sluggish, finish strong in 113-101 victory over Minnesota

Once again the Sacramento Kings faced the same song and dance they had just nearly two weeks ago. Coming off a week that saw them win back to back home games, the Kings returned to the road to face Flip Saunders and his young, athletic bunch of Minnesota Timberwolves. The first time around resulted...

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Kings prove they are on the rise in victory over Chicago before National Audience

Nov 20, 2014
Kings prove they are on the rise in victory over Chicago before National Audience

On a night that saw the return of former Sacramento Kings legends Chris Webber and Mike Bibby, two players from the Franchise’s glory days, this new band of upstart Kings defeated the Chicago Bulls amidst a packed house at Sleep Train Arena.   Two of Sacramento’s newest superstars came up huge in the win,...

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Darren Collison making his point, changing culture

Darren Collison making his point, changing culture




By Greg Hyatt

“He’s doing everything,” Clippers head coach Doc Rivers said way back in March of this year about Darren Collison. “You know, it’s just his willingness to guard guys out of position, to try to hold his own."

That was high praise that Rivers heaped onto Collison, his...

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The Kings ability to keep Rudy Gay is a true stepping stone on the way back to NBA Prominence

Nov 19, 2014
The Kings ability to keep Rudy Gay is a true stepping stone on the way back to NBA Prominence

The Kings hosted a Press Conference Wednesday afternoon to formally announce the re-signing of Small Forward Rudy Gay. Gay, who was scheduled to become a free agent following the end of this season, signed a 40 million dollar extension with the team for three years.  The new deal gives Gay the option to opt-out...

Bleed Black and Purple
Managing the expectations of Kings fans

Managing the expectations of Kings fans

By Dustin Bailey

In an age of instantaneous gratification, access and knowledge how does a sudden turnaround in improvement impact expectations?

The Kings lost the first game of the season against the Golden State Warriors, who are arguably the best team in the league, and Kings fans where ready to...

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It’s Official! Kings Sign Rudy Gay to Contract Extension

Nov 19, 2014
It’s Official! Kings Sign Rudy Gay to Contract Extension

SACRAMENTO- The Sacramento Kings held a press conference on Wednesday after team practice to officially announce Rudy Gay’s multi-year contract extension. The Kings did not announce the terms of the contract, but according to Yahoo Sports, Gay will make $40 million over the next three years. This means he is taking a substantial pay cut, as...

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Anderson’s 22 off the bench too much for Kings at home

Nov 18, 2014
Anderson’s 22 off the bench too much for Kings at home

The talk going into Tuesday night’s showdown between the Pelicans and Kings was of two up-and-coming teams in the Western Conference. It also showcased two of the game’s rising stars down in the post with New Orlean’s Anthony Davis and Sacramento’s DeMarcus Cousins, televised live on NBA TV to boot. Per the norm this...

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