Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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Small Market, Big Victory

Small Market, Big Victory

Just four months ago, the NBA world learned of the pending sale and relocation of the Sacramento Kings to an ownership group from Seattle. No one thought anything more of it, the Kings were moving and would hereby be known as the Seattle Supersonics. That is just how the business of sports works, big markets and big money always wins. Well, not this time. Read full article...
Unofficially official; Kings to stay in Sac

Unofficially official; Kings to stay in Sac

After months of rumors and behind-the-scenes dealings, Sacramento Kings fans finally have a legitimate reason to get excited.
Kings’ on the move?  We’ve heard it all before

Kings’ on the move? We’ve heard it all before

The national media says it’s a done deal. The local politicians say not so fast. Once again, fans of the Sacramento Kings have to endure more misinformation, backroom deals, and pitiful basketball on the court.
Kings may have landed another steal in the NBA Draft as Kansas' Thomas Robinson falls to #5

Kings may have landed another steal in the NBA Draft as Kansas' Thomas Robinson falls to #5

he Sacramento Kings tonight (Thursday, June 28th) selected Kansas’ Thomas Robinson (5th overall) and UC Santa Barbara’s Orlando Johnson in the second round (36th overall). Johnson’s draft rights were traded to Indiana for cash considerations. Robinson, the Big 12 Player of the Year and First Team All-American, led the nation in double-doubles (27) and was second in rebounding in 2011-12.
Kings show some heart, thump Celtics by 25

Kings show some heart, thump Celtics by 25

Marcus Thornton had 36 points and five steals, lifting the Sacramento Kings over the Boston Celtics, 120-95.  Jason Thompson added a double-double with 21 points and 15 rebounds for the Kings, who snapped an eight-game skid against Boston. DeMarcus Cousins tallied 20 points and seven boards.

Thornton returns, Kings beat Blazers

Thornton returns, Kings beat Blazers

Marcus Thornton returned from a four-game absence and scored eight of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, lifting the Sacramento Kings past the Portland Trail Blazers, 95-92.

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