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Like his former college teammate John Wall did when he received a contract extension with the Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings’ Demarcus Cousins revealed during his press conference for his 4-year, max $62 million contract extension that he will donate $1 million to local charities for families in need.
“I would like to say I will be donating one million dollars to the families and community of Sacramento and also I’m donating to Mayor Kevin Johnson’s organization as well.”
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Sacramento Kings rookie guard Ben McLemore used the team's media day as the perfect distraction for the ultimate prank by enlisting Patrick Patterson as the portable basketball hoop to posterize Travis Outlaw.
Poor Outlaw was minding his own business and serving his media obligations when he became the unsuspecting victim of McLemore's monster slam dunk, leaving him...
Ocean breezes drifted through the open gym doors while the Sacramento Kings ran the final wind sprints of their first practice Tuesday.
The tranquility of a seaside training camp provides one more breath of fresh air for the Kings, who are hoping their outstanding summer off the court is a prelude to bigger breakthroughs this season.
''This is a great opportunity for us...
This is how it is done folks. During the Sacramento Kings media day, Ben McLemore & Patrick Patterson took posterizing to the level that it should be at, and poor Travis Outlaw just had to watch it happen to himself.
The question remains though, which of these poster dunks is the best?
Don’t forget this reverse poster, of sorts.
[H/T Bleacher Report]
Forgive me for a bit of cynicism. All of the intense harboring and belief that the KIngs have turned the corner has made me want to take a permanent residence next to a toilet. After all, there is so much ********* I can swallow before I can vomit incessantly. Which, naturally, reveals the contents of my stomach to be...wait for it......SACRAMENTO KINGS BASKETBALL!
Kings coach Michael Malone was pleased with his first practice of training camp on the campus of UC Santa Barbara.
Every player fully participated including Greivis Vasquez who is coming off offseason surgery on his right ankle.
But the bigger message was about taking the steps to become a more cohesive group. The Kings have earned the reputation as a selfish team that would rather...
The Kings had a little fun during media day. Patrick Patterson is playing the role as the goal, he sets up Travis Outlaw and Ben McLemore does the rest: Follow Mark Gunnels @RealMarkGunnels Facebook.com/FullScaleSports Twitter: @FullScaleSport
For some unknown reason during Sacramento Kings media day, forward Patrick Patterson decided to wear a mini-hoop apparatus and rookie Ben McLemore decided to take advantage of it.
Watch as Ben soars for an epic posterization of teammate Travis Outlaw:
Ben McLemore posterizes Travis Outlaw [CBS Sports]
Judging from his posterization of Travis Outlaw and the below video, it appears that Sacramento Kings guard Ben McLemore had some fun at Kings media day.
Watch as he gets down to Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” in front of a green screen with fellow rookie, Ray McCallum:
As former Celtics Big Shamrock Shaquille O'Neal takes part-ownership of the Sacramento Kings (which he has already dubbed "Shaq-amento"), he promised to take enigmatic star DeMarcus Cousins under his huge wings and develop his All-Star potential. Let's just hope Shaq mentors DMC in only basketball-related work:
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John Wall received a max contract extension from the Wizards this summer that will see him earn $80 million over the next five years.
Now that he’s being paid like an All-Star it’s time for him to go out and actually perform well enough to deserve the honor.
Wall was limited to just 49 games a season ago due to injury but managed to put up better scoring numbers in less minutes...
John Wall would have been an all-star already if he were on a winning team. The Wizards guard understands that and wants his squad to become that winning team.
On his chances at being an all-star next season: “I feel like if I’m winning games and I have my team in the playoffs and I’m doing okay, leading my team, I feel I have a great shot at that. But if you’re not winning...
Previously on TNLP, we noted Washington Wizards John Wall and Kevin Seraphin doing the “Cousin Terio” dance in Instagram/Vine videos.
This time around, newly-acquired Portland Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright does his best effort at the infamous dance in this Vine video clip:
Dorell Wright image is courtesy of Getty Images