Found December 20, 2012 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
The Sacramento Kings are playing horrible basketball right now. They give up the third most points in the league at 102, and on offense they don’t share the ball, they’re dead last at assists per game with 18.5. “They know that they’re playing terrible basketball right now,” a source told NBC Sports. They also that part of that problem is not having Isaiah Thomas as their starting point guard who had a standout rookie season. Thomas is averaging 9.7 points and 2 assists in 19 minutes a game.
According to ProBasketballTalk:
Namely, sources close to key Kings players have told ProBasketballTalk that they are frustrated with the fact that point guard Isaiah Thomas isn’t starting and acting as the team’s floor general. Thomas finished seventh in last season’s Rookie of the Year voting, but arguably could have finished as high as second place when one compares his numbers to that of Ricky Rubio, who held that spot.
DeMarcus Cousins pretty much confirmed that feeling when he was seen wear
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Kings to Virginia Beach: The “Largest” Small Market There have been many talks about moving the current Sacramento Kings NBA franchise to another location. Multiple new locations have been proposed over the last 4 or 5 months, with the top three destinations being Seattle, Kansas City, and Virginia Beach (in that order). Seattle makes the most sense, among the three,...
Less than a year to go!
This is still all hypothetical, but it sure is nice to be able to look forward to the Northwest original back in the NBA soon.
With a good your core, the Sacramento Kings have the building pieces already in place to be a contender in the aging Western Conference.
By the time they roll into town as the Sonics, Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Tim Duncan, and the likes...
DeMarcus Cousins scored 24 points, Aaron Brooks added 23 points and the Sacramento Kings snapped a five-game losing streak by outlasting the Golden State Warriors 131-127 on Wednesday night.
After blowing a 15-point lead, Brooks made a pair of 3-pointers in the final minutes to help Sacramento pull away. Both teams shot 50 percent, while the Kings had a season high in points and...
SACRAMENTO -- It was a game that reminded some of the way the NBA used to look. The Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors had an old-fashioned shootout displaying the best of offensive basketball and a modicum of defense here and there. When it was over, the Kings were left standing with a 131-127 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night before an announced...