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Jimmer Fredette, the darling of the 2010-2011 college basketball season, is finally able to showcase his talents in the NBA now that the lockout has ended. The 6'2" guard was taken tenth overall by the Milwaukee Bucks but later traded to the Sacramento Kings. The early word is that he'll come off the bench for the Kings. Opponents will learn quickly that they'll have to respect Jimmer's shooting range. And if they want to learn how to Jimmer, they can check out this clip. What better way to learn how to do something than from the namesake himself? Here CBS Sacramento's Lisa Gonzales got a quick tutorial. Why anyone would want to Dougie when they can Jimmer instead is beyond me.
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson is calling his meeting with NBA Commissioner David Stern and other executives a "productive conversation" about the city's efforts to help finance a new arena.
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Kings rookie guard Jimmer Fredette prepares to enter Thursday night's scrimmage at Power Balance Pavilion.
The Sacramento Kings claimed forward Travis Outlaw with an amnesty bid.
Outlaw was waived Thursday by the New Jersey Nets, who used their one-time amnesty provision to rid themselves of the remaining four years and $28 million of his contract.
The 27-year-old Outlaw averaged 9.2 points and four rebounds while playing all 82 games in his lone season with New Jersey.
He has averaged...
Ready or not and they're leaning toward not the Kings will play the first of two exhibition games against the Golden State Warriors tonight in Oakland.
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Small forward John Salmons is being treated for a right quadriceps contusion.
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Tyreke Evans (sprained foot) is focusing on tonight'...
Days prior to training camps opened around the NBA in early December, the Sacramento Kings busily refined their roster to start the season fresh.
Coming as no shock, the Kings renounced the rights to Samuel Dalembert, Marquis Daniels, Darnell Jackson and Pooh Jeter, and life went on from there in each case. The Houston Rockets are vying for Dalembert’s services, Daniels returned...
Kings 96 @ Warriors 107: When I say I don’t watch college basketball, I mean I don’t watch college basketball. I don’t watch it once a week, or once a month, or when nothing else is on. I don’t watch college basketball at all, ever… and even I came into tonight’s Kings game very much aware of Jimmer Fredette’s shot-making capabilities. So, I’m not going to...
Former Nets forward Travis Outlaw was amnestied a few days ago, but he didn’t go unclaimed for long, as Yahoo!‘s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Outlaw has been scooped up by Sacramento: “The Sacramento Kings have been awarded former New Jersey Nets forward Travis Outlaw after placing the highest bid in the NBA’s amnesty waiver process, league sources told Yahoo! Sports...
The Sacramento Kings have claimed forward Travis Outlaw off waivers under the NBA's new amnesty provision, filling out the frontcourt with another veteran.
I was looking at Sacramento's roster, and they currently have Thornton, and Tyreke Evans listed at shooting guard. My question is would anyone have any interest in John Salmons if we could get him without giving up much. He plays decent d, can score in a variety of ways, has playoff experience etc. Would he be a good fit for this Wolves roster.
Of course with Barea at shooting...
The Sacramento Kings put in a winning bid for forward Travis Outlaw (seen above playing for Portland in 2006) who was waived by the New Jersey Nets via the amnesty clause.
Sacramento King Kevin Martin and Portland Trail Blazer Travis Outlaw clash in the second half of exhibition play Friday, October 27, 2006 at Arco Arena. Martin's 26 points helped Sacramento to a...
Stephen Curry netted 22 points, six rebounds and six assists, as Golden State, under new coach Mark Jackson, began its preseason with a 107-96 win over the Sacramento Kings.
The Sacramento Kings have claimed forward Travis Outlaw off waivers under the NBA's new amnesty provision, filling out the frontcourt with another veteran. The Kings announced the move Saturday night before opening the preseason at the Golden State Warriors. The 6-foot-9, 207-pound forward was waived by New Jersey on Wednesday.