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Kings Owner Vivek Ranadivé: "We At The Kings Recognize Your People's Ability To Protest Peacefully, And We Respect That"
After the Kings’ win tonight over the Hawks was delayed and ultimately played in front of a tiny crowd—with the arena shutting its doors before tip-off, due to the presence of protests over last
Protests Over the Killing of an Unarmed Black Man Disrupted a Sacramento Kings Game. Here’s What the Team Owner Told the Crowd.
His remarks are already drawing praise.
Sacramento Kings Owner Calls Stephon Clark Killing a ‘Horrific Tragedy’
The Sacramento Kings owner, Vivek Ranadivé, center, expressed his “deepest sympathies” to the family of Stephon Clark, who was fatally shot by the police last weekend. Protests over the killing
The New York Times: Sports
Protests block traffic, disrupt NBA game in Sacramento after police killing of unarmed black man
Sacramento police shot and killed an unarmed black man on Sunday in his grandparents’ backyard while responding to a call about break-ins. Video was released…
Stephon Clark Shooting: Why The Sacramento Kings Won’t Be Sticking to Sports
On March 18, Stephon Clark was murdered by two Sacramento police officers in his grandparents’ backyard. Clark, armed with nothing...
'We Won't Shut Up and Dribble:' Stephon Clark Honored at NBA Game
NBA players are taking a stand for Stephon Clark, the unarmed black man who was shot to death in his own backyard by Sacramento, Calif. police Read more...
Sacramento Kings Launch PSA Critical of Police in Stephon Clark Shooting
Several members of the Sacramento Kings and Boston Celtics launched an effort to criticize police and to announce support for Stephon Clark, a Sacramento resident who was shot and killed by police who
Kings Close Arena Again Due To Protests Over Fatal Police Shooting Of Stephon Clark
Only a few thousand fans were able to make it in the arena for the Kings’ loss to the Mavericks on Tuesday night before the building’s entrances were shut down as a “public safety measure” due to the
Sacramento Kings Looking for Ways to Stop Protesters from Blocking Stadium Access
The Sacramento Kings are working with police on a plan to prevent protesters from blocking fans from entering Golden 1 Center, a report says.
Kings Partner With Black Lives Matter Sacramento and Build Black
Sacramento’s Vince Carter, left, and Boston’s Al Horford wore T-shirts honoring Stephon Clark before the game between the Kings and Celtics in Sacramento on Sunday.
The New York Times: Sports
Sacramento Kings to Partner With the Build. Black. Coalition and Local Black Lives Matter Chapter Amid Protests Surrounding Police Shooting Death of Stephon Clark
The Sacramento Kings are really standing up with and for their community, announcing plans to partner with Build. Black. Coalition and Black Lives Matter Sacramento to “fundamentally transform Black
Sacramento Kings Form Partnership with Black Lives Matter
The Sacramento Kings have formed an alliance with Black Lives Matter. The same group which has disrupted two of the last three Kings games at Golden 1 Center, while protesting the police shooting of
Matt Barnes Announces Scholarships for #StephonClark’s Sons at Sacramento Rally
Updated: Saturday, March 31, 9:0o p.m. EST: Hours before a Sacramento Kings vs. Golden State Warriors game on Saturday, former King Matt Barnes held a rally “for unity and action” around the March 18
Patrick McCaw Leaves On Stretcher After Landing On Back [UPDATE]
Patrick McCaw left tonight’s game against Sacramento on a stretcher after the Warriors guard fell hard to the floor after being undercut by Vince Carter on a play that left Golden State coach Steve
Shaq Will Serve As The General Manager For The Sacramento Kings’ 2K League Team
Shaq is taking on a new role with the Kings as GM of their 2K League team ahead of this week's draft.
Stephon Clark Shooting: How The Sacramento Kings Have Followed Through On Their Promises
On March 22, the Sacramento Kings had an option: ignore the reality outside their arena, or speak up. Local activists...
The 3 types of esports investor: sports teams, celebrities, and moguls
GUEST: Over the last decade, esports have moved from being a niche gaming subculture to a phenomenon, with a global revenue that could break $1 billion by 2019. According to ESPN — whose president
It Appears The Kings, Who Always Screw Up, Can't Possibly Screw This Up
For what feels like the first time in recent franchise history, the Sacramento Kings got lucky. The Kings briefly held the reins in the NBA’s greatest-ever tank-off last season, but they were soundly
Full Court Press: Suns finally get lucky, now tough decision awaits
After years in the post-Steve Nash wilderness, something good happened this week to a Phoenix Suns franchise in desperate need of some luck. The Suns won the NBA’s draft lottery on Tuesday night in
NBA Activism: The League’s Landmark Season & Looking Ahead
Pillared by basketball’s holiest, the history of the NBA is rich with activism. Bill Russell–resolutely uncompromising, bold, and critical even...