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The Kings Are Going To Screw This Up Somehow
Any and all pre-draft player prognostication must come with the caveat that no one actually knows anything, at this point. DeAndre Ayton might turn out to be Michael Olowokandi 2.0; Marvin Bagley III
Sports of The Times: Tank to the Top? Not So Fast
Jan Vesely, center, was selected by the Washington Wizards with the sixth pick in the 2011 N.B.A. draft. It didn’t turn out well.
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The Entire NBA Draft Depends On Whether The Kings Screw It Up
The NBA Draft is tonight! It feels terrible. Read more...
The Kings Screwed It Up!
First of all, it’s important to note that making predictions on draft night, or trying to grade teams’ picks, is a fool’s game. None of these guys has played an NBA game yet, and trying to parse the
The Sacramento Kings Are Mining Cryptocurrency Now
The Sacramento Kings, who in 2014 began accepting Bitcoin for ticket and merch sales, have now installed cryptocurrency mining machines inside their arena, becoming, by their own proclamation, “the
Marvin Bagley Posterized Moe Wagner And The Kings' Season Has Already Peaked
In the first quarter of his Summer League debut, former Dookie Marvin Bagley III made a strong case that the Sacramento Kings actually didn’t screw it all up by picking him second in this year’s
Summer League Takeaway: Marvin Bagley III Lacks The Skills To Pay The Bills
The annual Summer League parade of zero-dimensional guards is supposed to be redeemed by the play of the year’s hot-shot lottery picks. This is why anyone watches the various summer leagues: for those
Reports: Former UCLA Star Tyler Honeycutt Found Dead After Shootout, Standoff With Police
Former UCLA star and Sacramento King Tyler Honeycutt was found dead after a shootout with police late Friday night in Los Angeles, according to multiple reports. Read more...
Bulls Save Kings From Themselves, Match $78 Million Restricted Free Agency Offer For Zach LaVine
The Bulls and Kings, two teams roughly as far from NBA relevance as possible, spent Friday in a brief tug-of-war over the right to pay huge sums of money for the services of Zach LaVine, a butt player
Pro Basketball Player Honeycutt Dies After Gunfire with Police
July 8 (UPI) -- Tyler Honeycutt, who played basketball with UCLA, two NBA teams and overseas, died after barricading himself in a home and exchanging gunfire with Los Angeles police, authorities said.
By "Stay In Europe," Nemanja Bjelica Meant "Play For The Sacramento Kings"
So it turns out Nemanja Bjelica’s sudden resolve to play in Europe this season was only good for a couple days. Bjelica backed out of a one-year deal with the Sixers on Tuesday, then spent, oh, three
Feds Investigating Former Kings Exec For Reportedly Stealing $13.4 Million To Buy Beach Houses
According to a report from the Sacramento Bee, former Kings exec Jeffrey David embezzled $13.4 million from two Kings sponsors and used the money to buy beach houses in Southern California. David
Former Sacramento Kings exec suspected of taking $13 million from sponsors
The Kings former Chief Revenue Officer is suspected of using money he took from team sponsors to purchase beachfront homes in Southern California.
I Too Am All Fucked Up By These Dang Card Tricks
The Sacramento Kings invited magician Anna DeGuzman to media day this week to destroy the minds of various unsuspecting players. Friends, the tricks are good.Read more...
Brandon Ingram Electrifies Lakers Crowd With Uh Inbounds Defense, No Really
This should not be interpreted as proof that Brandon Ingram is Good now. He had a promising sophomore season; he’s got some defensive versatility; he’s a terror when pointed at the cup and on the
The Sacramento Kings Are Going To Be Apocalyptically Bad, But Harry Giles Will Be Fun
Another season of Sacramento Kings basketball is upon us, and you will not be surprised to learn that Year 13 of the rebuild will be yet another futile one. Read more...
Immersive tech gets sports fans into their favorite game … literally
Without innovative immersive technology, arenas risk losing fan interest, can expect reduced revenues and face the danger of becoming irrelevant in an increasingly connected and digital world.
Bleacher Report Accidentally Owns Ice Cream Shop Harry Giles Is Supposed To Like
Bleacher Report published a profile of Sacramento Kings center Harry Giles that opened with the most hackneyed profile technique of all time: the subject eating. This particular eating scene, however,
The Sacramento Kings Are, Uh, Fine? Maybe?
Okay, so, here we are, eight games into the NBA season, and the Sacramento Kings are 5-3. Sure, it’s early, and sure, the Kings have had decent starts before only to collapse into piles of shit. All
Oh Man, De'Aaron Fox Is So Much Fun
De’Aaron Fox spent his Thursday night leading the plucky Kings to a dominant road win in Atlanta. I do not expect you to take that very seriously! There are data points you mark in the The Kings Might