Found November 04, 2012 on
Keith Smart plans on playing 10 to 12 players per game.
BEST OF MAXIM
On Monday night, the Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors did battle, all-California style.
With 5:30 left in the second quarter, a banner fell from the scoreboard at the newly named Sleep Train Arena (no, that's not a joke) in Sac-town that fluttered its way down towards midcourt. Kings head coach Keith Smart ran on to the hardwood to pick up the fallen...
Keith Smart saw a black tarp that covered an advertisement fall from the scoreboard above center court and ran out to grab the piece of plastic while his Sacramento Kings played defense on the other end. Officials whistle the play dead, and Smart sprinted back to the bench like a running back holding a football, drawing roars from a rare sellout crowd.
While Sacramento's aging...
The Sacramento Kings have made strides defensively from last season, but the winless team needs to be much better offensively as well.
The Kings look to avoid their first 0-4 start in four seasons in Monday night's home opener against the Golden State Warriors, who are seeking their first 3-0 road start in 18 years.
With the Kings ranking last in the NBA last season in scoring...