Found April 10, 2012 on
A lot of people who do not follow the Kings or understand the Sacramento dynamic do not understand how destructive the Maloofs have been in the Sacramento market and in particular to the Kings brand from a franchise standpoint. But the few members of the Sacramento sports media (the one's that are not kissing their ass like their redhead ***** boy Grant Napear--the Kings TV Play by Play announcer--who just so happens to host the ONLY prime time drive home radio show in Sacramento) have literally completely turned on the Maloof family following their recent string of nonsense floated in the LA Times in late March. This doesn't even mention national media members who have Sacramento ties (most notably Sam Amick and Aaron Bruski) in this matter who have either reported important details and/or been critical (in Bruski's case) on the topic throughout what is now a several year ordeal.
I wrote a timeline about this when I first started writing here at the TPBT, and...
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Sacramento reserve center Hassan Whiteside has left the Kings' game against the New Orleans Hornets on Wednesday night after spraining his right ankle.
Whiteside was hurt was he landed awkwardly after going up for a rebound in the second quarter. He was helped to the bench, and after halftime Kings officials said X-rays were negative but ruled him out for the second half.
Following a maddening (or more levels than one) loss against the Clippers Thursday night, DeMarcus Cousins had some inflammatory post-game remarks about Blake Griffin, who notably feigned an injury to draw Cousins’ fifth foul of the game.
“I guess the wind from my hand hit him in the eye,” Cousins, who failed to record significant minutes because of foul trouble, told reporters...
Momma taught us to share and I think the Dallas Mavericks listened, because they shared a part of the overall glory of a win tonight over the Sacramento Kings. Now a lot of people might think that since the Kings are not in the upper part of the Conference that you can just beat them with ease, that is not the case at all.
The Kings have some talented players and they showed some...
The Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Hornets are the worst teams in the Western Conference and already are eliminated from playoff contention.
The Kings may find some solace in ending a five-game slide and sweeping the season series from the host Hornets for the first time in eight seasons Wednesday night.
Sacramento (19-39) will miss the playoffs for the sixth consecutive season...