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The Sacramento Kings held a “blackout” promotion for their home opener last night, giving away free black shirts and glow sticks to fans to celebrate the opener. Unfortunately, this clueless old guy thought the”blackout” promotion gave him permission to wear blackface.
Yikes…this might have been acceptable back in his day, but the times have changed. Might want to read the fine print next time, buddy.
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Sacramento Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas proudly proclaims "I'm a Pizza Guy!" in a new commercial for the California pizza chain Pizza Guys.
And why not? Those endorsement deals won't be around forever, and a guy's gotta get paid while he can.
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Sacramento Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas is probably one of the most likable NBA players in the league, which is why he fits so well in this commercial.
The second-year guard starred in the commercial for Pizza Guys, a pizza chain in California, and was in dressed up as one of the employees. It’s pretty awesome and funny to see.
Keep doing what you do, Isaiah!
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Here is the local media team covering the SACRAMENTO KINGS. Newspaper- The Sacramento Bee is the region’s largest newspaper. There is special content on the Kings in its sports section. Jason Jones (Twitter) leads the beat writer covering the team and writes for the Kings Blog. Columnist Ailene Voisin will also have a take on the
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On Monday night, the Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors did battle, all-California style.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- DeMarcus Cousins had 21 points and 11 rebounds to help the Sacramento Kings hold off the winless Detroit Pistons for a 105-103 victory Wednesday night.
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SACRAMENTO -- The Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins and the Detroit Pistons' Greg Monroe, two up-and-coming centers, looked forward to facing off in the paint Wednesday, having compared each other's careers since entering the NBA as first-round picks in 2010. On this night, Cousins earned the win despite Monroe's impressive statistical performance. With Cousins...
SACRAMENTO -- DeMarcus Cousins scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, and Aaron Brooks scored six points down the stretch to lift the Sacramento Kings over the Golden State Warriors 94-92 Monday night at Sleep Train Arena. It was the Kings' first victory of the season after they opened with three losses on the road. The win wasn't sealed until Golden State's Stephen...
Heh. I mostly write obtuse and silly titles to amuse myself. Otherwise, what's the point? That said, sometimes with young dumb teams ugly wins are about the best you are going to get. And, well, an ugly win that was far too difficult and came down to two missed shots by Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are a tough way to get victories. Against the top tier, it won't happen....
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- DeMarcus Cousins scored 21 points with 11 rebounds in winning his personal duel with fellow 2010 draft class pick Greg Monroe, who recorded his first triple double, as the Sacramento Kings beat the Detroit Pistons 105-103 on Wednesday night at Sleep Train Arena. The Kings (2-3) won their second consecutive home game after an 0-3 road trip to open the season...