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Q & A with Ryan Anderson

Mar 6, 2014
Q & A with Ryan Anderson

BY: Corey Thompson Ryan Anderson is a 6-foot-10 Power Forward for the New Orleans Pelicans, but grew up a Kings fan near Sacramento. You won’t miss the cheers when Anderson is on the court as friends and family gather to watch the hometown kid play. Anderson played at Oak Ridge High School where he...

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Should Sacramento extend Thomas?

Mar 6, 2014
Should Sacramento extend Thomas?

BY: Corey Thompson If you love fantasy basketball, you will love Isaiah Thomas. He puts up statistics every single night, but numbers do lie at times. Thomas is a third year guard at the age of twenty-five-years-old, who believe it or not is still learning. Thomas has yet to start the season and finish...

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Ranadive’s ‘creative tension’ adds to divisiveness among losing Kings

Mar 5, 2014

The Kings’ problems aren’t a matter of differing philosophies about how to play the game of basketball. The choice isn’t between coach Michael Malone’s emphasis on defense and team executives’ embrace of offense, or some balancing of opposites. Strong defense … Continue reading

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ESC Contracting and Employment Opportunity Meeting this Thursday

Mar 4, 2014
ESC Contracting and Employment Opportunity Meeting this Thursday

A meeting for contracting and employee opportunities for the Entertainment & Sports Center project takes place this Thursday, March 6 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at Robertson Community Center (3525 Norwood Avenue).The meeting will be hosted by Counc...

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In Kings arena fight, journalistic credibility took a dive

Mar 3, 2014

If you’re angry that you didn’t get to vote on subsidizing a new Kings arena downtown, don’t blame City Hall, says the Sacramento Bee. Blame the taxpayer groups that drew up the faulty petitions a judge found fatally flawed.  “In … Continue reading

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The Kings-Sized Weekly Recap (Feb. 23 – Feb. 28)

By Tony Xypteras  

Overshadowed by a ton of off the court moves, the Kings actually played some decent basketball for the first half of this week. Then they played the Rockets, DeMarcus Cousins got suspended, and here we are.

This Week (2-1) (20-37 Overall)

The Kings came away with back-to-back victories this week against the Nuggets and...

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City seeks ‘bold’ lighting, ambiance for downtown arena

City seeks ‘bold’ lighting, ambiance for downtown arena

By Greg Hyatt

L.A. Live. Times Square. The Eiffel Tower at night. Giant Billboards on Sunset Boulevard. London's Piccadilly Circus. These are all locations around the world that the Sacramento planning officials used this week to describe their vision for what the neighborhood surrounding the new downtown arena could resemble.

L.A. Live, in particular, came...

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After STOP Ruling, attention turns to CEQA

After STOP Ruling, attention turns to CEQA

By Greg Hyatt

The big, positive news for Kings fans and arena supporters Feb. 27 was the Sacramento County court ruling that rejected the “STOP” group's lawsuit attempting to force a public vote on the downtown arena project. And according to media reports, STOP is not looking to appeal that ruling.

This is...

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Beneath all the PR, Cousins in a bully

Feb 28, 2014

Pretty soon, the apologists and enablers of DeMarcus Cousins are going to run out of spin material on the 6-foot-1l, 270-pound Kings center and have to deal with an unpleasant reality: the surly malcontent is a bully. He beats up … Continue reading

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Sacramento Kings: JimmerMania comes to an end in Sacramento

Feb 27, 2014
Sacramento Kings: JimmerMania comes to an end in Sacramento

 



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