Found February 29, 2012 on
If you watched the game, and if you watched the Jazz feed as I did, you would have heard Matt Harpring quote Jerry Sloan. The quote? "This game is not played in tuxedos." Damn skippy. Here is the box score for your perusal.
I apologize for this being short but there is little to say if you saw the game. It was physical, and there was actually a few bad calls that went the Jazz's way. That said, the game was about the Kings setting the tempo and the attitude of the game. Whenever the Kings set both of those, they took it to the Jazz. The problem is this Kings team is not always consistent or attitudinally correct all the time. Which is the downs you see. Onto the bullets......
* I'm not going to bash Tyreke Evans much right now, but letting Gordon Hayward get free for that open 3 at the end of the game is simply awful defense on Tyreke's part. It's gotta be better than that. Other than that, Tyreke missed some shots (too many) and had too many turn...
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Now that the Kings have a tentative deal in place to stay in Sacramento, the team and city are rejoicing after averting a near disaster that would have included the team shipping off to another city next season. It started Tuesday night with the team’s 103-96 home win over the Jazz. It was surely an emotional night, with Sacramento Mayor and former NBA point guard Kevin Johnson...
Each year, hundreds of EnergySolutions Arena security personnel and members of guest services help patrons at Jazz basketball games have a safe, pleasurable experience. In recognition of the many hours these employees work and the outstanding service they provide, Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap and C.J. Miles sponsored a dinner of appreciation. READ MORE >>
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Kings center DeMarcus Cousins had another dominating performance with 22 points and 18 rebounds in just 32 minutes in Tuesday's victory over Utah.
Forgive me for these ridiculous words masquerading as a preview, but that's the way it is.
Clippers are better than the Kings, but they lost to the Wolves Tuesday night so that's....something. I'm not sure what it means for the Kings though. The Clippers for what's it wroth are 8-7 on the road (as opposed to 12-5 at Staples) and the Kings are at 8-5 at the artist...
HOLLADAY, UTAH (AP) - The girlfriend of Utah Jazz center Al Jefferson entered a plea in court Wednesday to resolve charges that stemmed from her hitting and biting Jefferson during a dispute at their home.Shirley Lewis entered a plea in abeyance Wednesday to a misdemeanor assault charge, and a misdemeanor ...
Backers of a new downtown arena for the Sacramento Kings took a virtual victory lap through the city Tuesday and plunged into the nitty-gritty details of a $387 million endeavor that still has as many questions as answers.
Maloof brothers Joe, left, and Gavin, right, exult with Mayor Kevin Johnson to a standing ovation during a timeout in Tuesday's game against Utah at...
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors agreed today to move forward on a plan to help the city's arena financing effort.
Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan
FILE - In this Feb. 22, 2012 file photo, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson speaks during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. The city of Sacramento, the NBA basketball and the Kings have announced...
Sacramento Kings fans at tonight's game against the Jazz stand and applaud Gavin Maloof, say they're ready to build a new arena to keep their team in town.
Juan Vargas and his girlfriend Leticia Arredondo, both of Sacramento walk to the Sacramento Kings game against the Utah Jazz at Power Balance Pavilion on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012. Vargas with Ironworkers Local 118 said...
C.J. Miles scored a season-high 27 points and the Utah Jazz beat Houston 104-83 on Wednesday night, halting a four-game losing streak and the Rockets' four-game winning streak. Devin Harris added 19 points for Utah, which avenged a 101-85 loss in Houston on Feb. 19. Luis Scola led Houston with 18 points, while Kyle Lowery was held to 13 on 4-of-9 shooting after scoring 32 in the first meeting.
Pacific Division rivals clash in California's capital Thursday when the Los Angeles Clippers kick off a six-game road trip by visiting the Sacramento Kings.
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Say this about Suns general manager Steve Kerr: He’s not afraid to take a risk.
Clearly, Wednesday’s deal that sent Raja Bell and Boris Diaw to the Charlotte Bobcats for shooting guard Jason Richardson — other, minor pieces were involved as well — is not as big of a gamble as trading Shawn Marion for Shaquille O’Neal...