Found December 09, 2011 on
The Sacramento Kings today signed free agent center/forward Chuck Hayes to a multi-year contract, according to Kings’ President of Basketball Operations Geoff Petrie. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“Chuck Hayes brings a tremendous amount of professionalism and competitive spirit to the team,” said Petrie. “He’s been a winner everywhere he’s been. [...]
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The Sacramento Kings have re-signed shooting guard Marcus Thornton, bolstering an already strong backcourt that will include Tyreke Evans and rookie Jimmer Fredette.
The team announced the signing Friday.
A person familiar with the decision says the deal is worth at least $31 million over four years. Thornton averaged 21.3 points in 23 games for the Kings after being acquired in...
Jimmer Fredette shook fellow rookie Isaiah Thomas with a crossover dribble, spun back to his left and put up a pump fake that sent the defender tumbling to the ground. Fredette looked down at Thomas and swished a shot from above the free throw line that drew cheers from teammates.
Maybe the first time an NBA player got "Jimmered."
Probably not the last.
Dallas is looking to complete a sign-and-trade with the Kings for Samuel Dalembert.
The Sacramento Kings have signed free agents Lawrence Hill and Adrian Oliver, bringing the training camp roster to 15 players.
The Kings announced the moves on the first day they opened training camp Saturday.
Hill is a 6-foot-8 forward who played at Stanford from 2005-2009. In four games this season with the Texas Legends of the NBA Developmental League, he averaged 14.8 points...
A person familiar with the decision says the Sacramento Kings have agreed to a $21.3 million, four-year deal with free agent center Chuck Hayes.
The agreement Friday came on the first day players are officially allowed to sign contracts and most teams opened training camp. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal hadn't been officially...
The Sacramento Kings today re-signed restricted free agent guard Marcus Thornton to a multi-year contract, according to Kings’ President of Basketball Operations Geoff Petrie. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“We’re really excited that we were able to re-sign Marcus Thornton and have him come back and build off of the great [...]
Marcus Thornton has finalized a four-year, $33 million contract to remain with the Kings.
With the NBA lockout apparently over as of a few hours ago, we better start preparing for the upcoming season... and fast. Training camps and the free agent period are both pencilled in to start in just two weeks - on December 9th. Expect a Black Friday-esque feeding frenzy on that day, as teams snatch up available players. But which players are worth spending money on this...
Finally healthy after a spinal cord injury, Marquis Daniels has turned his attention back to Boston.