Found June 27, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Shaquille O'Neal has never exactly gone easy on the Sacramento Kings, regularly referring to the team as the "Sacramento Queens," eliminating them from the playoffs on the way to each of the Lakers' three championships during the Shaq Era and penning this little ditty about Vlade Divac: But the Kings might be willing to forgive all of that if the Big Diesel can help get the most out of troubled big man DeMarcus Cousins. According to CBS Sacramento , O'Neal was in Northern California on Wednesday and met with new Kings owners Vivek Ranadive and Mark Mastrov in Menlo Park. Mastrov also happens to be the founder of 24 Hour Fitness, a company that has partnered with Shaq on 10 gyms in Florida and Texas. The meeting was reportedly to discuss the future Hall of Famer O'Neal mentoring Cousins, who has shown plenty of promise on the court -- averaging 16.3 points and 9.8 rebounds through three NBA seasons -- but whose issues with maturity and authority have held...

Shaq to mentor Cousins

The Sacramento Kings have asked Shaq for his assistance with developing the talented but troubled DeMarcus Cousins.

Shaq To Mentor DeMarcus Cousins, Says He’ll Make Him ‘Best Big Man In The Game’

New Kings owners, Vivek Ranadive and Mark Mastrov, met with legendary center, Shaquille O’Neal, Tuesday night for dinner to ask if he would work with Kings third-year center, DeMarcus Cousins. Shaq not only said yes, but promises to make him “the best big man in the game.” According to CBS Sacramento: Vivek Ranadive and Mark Mastrov sat down for dinner with the TNT analyst...

Report: ESPN Says Kings Will Trade Jimmer Fredette If Offered A First Round Pick

Feb 13, 2013; Dallas, TX, USA; Sacramento Kings point guard Jimmer Fredette (7) signs an autograph for Jordan Oberbillig before the game between the Kings and the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Yesterday it was reported by ESPN’s Marc Stein that the Sacramento Kings were involved in [...] [[ This is a content summary...

Kings enter NBA draft with little preparation time

From owner to general manager to coach, no other NBA management team has had as little time to prepare for the draft this year as the Sacramento Kings. The Kings have had so much turmoil and turnover since the season ended that focusing on the future has been an ever-present process of acceleration. The uncertainty that clouded the franchise for so long hit its peak May 21, when...

Five Sacramento Kings fans drain half-court shots, win season tickets

After the team nearly got sold to a group from Seattle, the Sacramento Kings new ownership group decided to hold a special event for diehard Kings fans to win season tickets. All the fans had to do was drain a half-court shot at Sleep Train Arena and I expect that the Kings brass thought that maybe one or two fans would win tickets on the day. Clearly, a group of Kings fans have...

Suns to deal 5th pick to Sacramento?

It’s looking to be a serious possibility as the day’s crazy trade rumors continue: the Suns could be sending their 5th overall pick in tonight’s draft to Sacramento to move down two spots.

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The Sacramento Kings are looking to move up from their draft slot at No. 7. The Kings are believed to be targeting Ben McLemore.

5 Kings Fans Hit Half-Court Shot To Win Season Tickets

The new Sacramento Kings ownership started their reign by giving fans a chance to win 2013-14 season tickets by hitting a half-court shot at a recent event. Not 1, not 2, but FIVE lucky fans nailed the difficult shot.
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