Found January 17, 2013 on
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SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento Kings received strong contributions from three starters and a timely boost from reserve guard Jimmer Fredette Wednesday night . That was just enough to hold on for a 95-94 victory over the Washington Wizards before an announced crowd of 11,611 at Sleep Train Arena. The victory enabled the Kings to close out their five-game home stand with two straight wins, while the Wizards opened their five-game road swing with a disappointing defeat. The Kings (15-24) were led by DeMarcus Cousins, Tyreke Evans and John Salmons, who each scored 21 points. Cousins led all rebounders with 16, while Evans contributed eight rebounds and eight assists. Fredette was the last member of the Kings to get in the game, but his 12 points and spacing created on the floor helped Sacramento get over the hump. "Jimmer did a good job because he didn't think he was going to get into the game," said Evans. "Everybody (other than Travis Outlaw) had been (substi...
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Sacramento Kings forward Thomas Robinson has been one of my favorite players since he came on the scene at Kansas. I like his work ethic and his story is inspiring all in itself.
Robinson has been steady as a rookie and showing signs that he’ll be a big time forward once he gets the hang of the NBA game.
In the meantime, Robinson needs to get the hang of driving fast or not driving...
Talk about one eye-opening ally-oop from Kings' Isaiah Thomas to teammate Thomas Robinson.
What made this alley-oop even more amazing is where Isaiah threw the ball to Robinson - at half-court and with a no-look pass!
Right at the end of the first quarter between the Kings and Cavaliers, Isaiah was out n the break, looking to close the quarter when he found a streaking...
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson said Tuesday he has been given permission by Commissioner David Stern to present a counter-offer for the Kings NBA franchise directly to the league's board of governors. The Maloof family, which owns the Sacramento Kings, reportedly has received an offer of $525 million from a group that wants to buy the team and move it to Seattle. Johnson...
Sacramento’s Mayor Kevin Johnson is taking his fight to keep the Kings in California’s capital city to NBA owners.
Speaking at the annual State of Downtown breakfast on Tuesday, Johnson said he has received approval from NBA Commissioner David Stern to present a counteroffer to the league from buyers who would keep the team in Sacramento. He said the city is in a “six...
Two people familiar with the decision say the Maloof family has agreed to sell the Sacramento Kings to a Seattle group led by investor Chris Hansen.
The people spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press on Sunday night because the deal is still pending approval from the NBA Board of Governors.
One person said the Maloofs are selling all 65 percent of their share for...
Numbers are deceptive. Sometimes numbers are not deceptive. Tonight, there are some really big deal type numbers, and well there are also some numbers that are probably not as big of a deal as they look like.
First, look at minutes. 83: The combined amount of minutes DeMarcus Cousins and Tyreke Evans were on the floor tonight (Cousins had 43 of those).
62: Points in the paint...
For the second year in a row...
Kevin Johnson had to do this last year to keep the Sacramento Kings from going to Anaheim and be owned by the Samueli family. Now, he's having to defend his town and arena against the Maloof brothers desire to take the Kings north to Seattle.
This morning, at the State of Downtown Breakfast, Johnson admitted that he's in a "six-week...
DeMarcus Cousins had 21 points and 16 rebounds while Tyreke Evans and John Salmons each scored 21 points to help the Sacramento Kings beat the Washington Wizards 95-94 on Wednesday night.
With the score tied, Evans was fouled on a drive to the basket with 11.4 seconds left. He made one of two free throws to give the Kings a 95-94 lead.
Bradley Beal missed a runner in the closing...
Over the weekend, Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki was doing his best to check out a review near the end of the Mavericks/Kings game at Sleep Train Arena.As Dirk attempted to get a better look at the review, a Kings security guard did his best to block of the path of Dirk from getting a closer look:
Bradley Beal was scorching hot Wednesday night, hitting six three-pointers on the way to 26 points (9-14 FG and 2-2 FT) in a loss to the Sacramento Kings.
The rookie out of Florida grabbed three rebounds, handed out six assists and added a block and a steal.
Beal has been on a heater his last five games: 17.6 points, 4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 2 steals and .2 blocks with 10 three...
Dion Waiters blew up Monday night for 33 points (12-18 FG and 6-8 FT) with three three-pointers, two rebounds and five assists, but it was all for naught in a 124-118 loss to the Sacramento Kings.
Waiters has been a super sub since going to the bench. In seven games off the pine, he's averaging 18 points (46.9 FG% and 87.1 FT%), 1 three-pointer, 2.4 rebounds, 2.1 assists...