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At last nights Chicago Bulls vs Sacramento Kings game I found the one Kings fan who wasn’t ready to give up the Peja Stojakovic era. Peja hasn’t been on the team since the 05′-06′ season and since then he’s been on four other teams (Pacers, Hornets, Raptors, Mavericks). That means that this jersey is 6 years expired which is about 5 too many to wear (you get a 1 year grace period and even that is debatable) and about 4 too few to be Hoopster cool (awesome for the obscurity/randomness of it). Peja, who is a dead ringer for Ross from Friends, was originally drafted in 1996 by the Kings and was taken one pick after Kobe Bryant and one pick before Steve Nash. He has since retired from the NBA after having made over $97 million in his career. He now gets to live the rest of his life with all this money and his Greek model wife Aleka Kamila.
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Sacramento Kings rookie point guard Isaiah Thomas was booed Wednesday night by New York Knick fans at Madison Square Garden for being named Isaiah Thomas! Knick fans still carry such a hatred for the former team president and coach Isiah Thomas. Isaiah is actually named after Isiah as Wikipedia tell us: "Isaiah Thomas was named after former Detroit Pistons All-Star point...
Meet the Sacramento Kings Seattle SuperSonics new general manager. Mike Tyson was at MSG last night for the Jeremy Lin experience, but the former world champ didn’t get to see a scoring outburst from Linsanity. He’d have to settle for 10 pts & 13 dimes in a 100-85 Knicks win. The victory – 7th in a row – gets NY back to .500. Don’t think Vegas isn’t taking notice...
Here’s Jeremy Lin running circles around the Sacramento Kings defense.
Lin tosses alley-oop to Tyson Chandler.
Jeremy Lin throws another alley-oop, this time to Landry Fields.
Lin penetrates and dishes to Chandler with this sweet wrap-around pass.
Lin drives to the basket, takes the hit, but still converts on the three-point play.
Jeremy Lin even makes Jared Jeffries good...
The Kings scored a season high against one of the best defensive teams in the NBA, but allow the Bulls to shoot 52.4 percent in losing their second game in a row.
Sacramento Kings shooting guard John Salmons (5) blocks a shot from Chicago Bulls small forward Luol Deng (9) during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
The Kings lost their third consecutive game as their mix of poor shooting and bad defense led to another blowout loss. The Knicks were led by Jeremy Lin with 10 points and a career-high 13 assists.
New York Knicks' Jeremy Lin (17) passes away from Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins, center, and Travis Outlaw, right, during the first half of an NBA basketball game on...
Back home after a successful and lengthy road trip, the Central Division-leading Chicago Bulls are scheduled to play their next six games on familiar territory and will host the Sacramento Kings tonight.