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Sacramento Kings Franchise Outlook

The Kings continue to face a lot of questions about their roster and coaching staff as they look set for another season in the lottery. After finishing 28-54 last season, it has been eight years since the Sacramento Kings made the NBA playoffs. After another offseason with another lottery pick, are the Kings any closer to making a coveted return to the playoffs? Coaching – 13...
Via The Lottery Mafia
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jim Eyen To Become Lakers' Assistant Coach

The Los Angeles Lakers will hire Jim Eyen as an assistant coach on the coaching staff of Byron Scott. Eyen was most recently with the Sacramento Kings, working under Paul Westphal, Keith Smart and Michael Malone. The Kings elected not to bring back Eyen for the 14-15 season back in June.
Via RealGM
2 days ago  |  Discuss

DeMarcus Cousins works boxing speed bag in Instagram video

In case you didn’t know, USA Basketball is holding a practice today at United States Military Academy at West Point. All of the players on the Team USA squad got a nice tour of the locale and during one of the stops, Sacramento Kings teammates DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay got the chance to show off their boxing skills. After Rudy did a solid job on the speed bag, check out DeMarcus...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Sacramento Kings: Sim Bhullar Signing Grade

Sacramento Kings: Sim Bhullar Signing Grade By Jennifer Fazioli: Lead Writer At Hoopstuff… The Kings signed former New Mexico State big man, Sim Bhullar to a deal yesterday – and when I say big I mean massive. Bhullar, the first player of Indian descent to be signed by an NBA team is listed at 7’5” and 360 pounds and looks larger than that. Terms of the deal were not disclosed...
Via HoopStuff
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Sim Bhullar, 7-Foot-5 Center, Signs With The Kings

TweetThe Sacramento Kings have signed the NBA’s first player of Indian descent: Sim Bhullar. He stands at 7-feet, 5-inches tall, and weighing in at around 360 pounds. He’s a pretty big fella. Bhullar comes from Toronto, and played for New Mexico State last year. He was the tallest player in the NCAA and went undrafted in June. The Kings signed Bhullar on Thursday, although contract...
Via Los That Sports Blog
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Kings Sign First Indian Basketball Player

The NBA just got a little more diverse. According to CBS Sports, the Sacramento Kings just singed 7’5” center Sim Bhullar, the first NBA player of Indian descent. Bhullar played collegiate ball at New Mexico State. Although he underwhelmed during the NBA summer league, Bhullar’s 7’5” 350-pound frame make him a valuable asset. Like the saying goes you can’t teach height...
Via BlackSportsOnline
5 days ago  |  Discuss

DeMarcus Cousins updates his recovery from injured knee; Out vs Brazil

Team USA Basketball is back together in Chicago for another training camp. Sacramento Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins is close to a potential spot on the 12-man roster that he can taste it, but was injured in Thursday’s USA Basketball workout when he was going for a loose ball. Cousins had to be helped off the court, favoring his […]
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Sacramento Kings Sign Undrafted Canadian Sim Bhullar

The Sacramento Kings announced they have signed undrafted Canadian Sim Bhullar to a deal that will bring him to training camp at the end of September. A Toronto native, Bhullar is the first player of Indian descent to sign an NBA contract, however, the eventuality of the 7'5 center getting a chance to make an NBA roster this fall was not completely unexpected.
Via Pro Bball Report
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Kings sign Sim Bhullar, first NBA player of indian descent

The Sacramento Kings have signed center Sim Bhullar to a contract, making him the first player of Indian descent to sign a deal with an NBA team. The 7-foot-5, 360-pound center was born in Toronto, Ontario and was a member of the Kings squad that captured the 2014 Samsung NBA Summer League title in Las Vegas. “I’ve long believed that India is the next great frontier for...
Via Sports-Glory
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kings Injury Update: DeMarcus Cousins suffers knee injury at Team USA practice, will have precautionary MRI

The Sacramento Kings are approaching training camp for the 2014-2015 season coming off a dismal 28-54 record, 29 games out in the Pacific Division. One bright spot was the play of fourth-year center DeMarcus Cousins, who lead the team in scoring, rebounding, blocked shots and steals per game. But it appears that a knee injury suffered at Team USA will sideline the Kings' star...
Via NBA Injury News
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Sacramento Kings And The 5 NBA Offseason Losers

Sacramento Kings And The 5 NBA Offseason Losers By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff… 1. Sacramento Kings - They lost Isaiah Thomas and signed Darren Collison for the cost difference of just 1.3 million per season. Wow. A 20-6 player for 7 million or a 11-4 player for 5.3 million? Ridiculous. Also, they drafted Nik Stauskas who filled little need for them instead of...
Via HoopStuff
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Sacramento Kings Release New Uniforms For Upcoming Season

The Sacramento Kings released a uniform update for the 2014-15 season. Take a look at the new look, which instead of having Sacramento on the front, the jerseys now say ‘Kings.’ The post Sacramento Kings Release New Uniforms For Upcoming Season appeared first on Diehardsport.
Via Diehardsport
8 days ago  |  Discuss

New Sacramento Kings Jerseys (Photo)

The Sacramento Kings have unveiled their new jerseys. The Sacramento Kings are taking steps to surge the struggling franchise. The new jerseys have a “retro” look to them, in what the Kings refer to as “throwback with a modern twist”… The Kings have a strong fan base, and hopefully, this new branding will eventually lead to success. The post New Sacramento Kings Jerseys...
Via Geeks and Cleats
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Sacramento Kings: Strongest and Weakest Moves of the Offseason

Sacramento Kings: Strongest and Weakest Moves of the Offseason By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff… Moves Made Drafted Nik Stauskas Traded Isaiah Thomas For Trade Exception Signed Darren Collison Strongest: Drafting Nik Stauskas - In my NBA Draft Grades I gave this pick a D-, which tells you a lot about what I think of their offseason, I just picked the only move...
Via HoopStuff
18 days ago  |  Discuss

DeMarcus Cousins would be 'crushed' if cut from Team USA

This is the look of a man who heard he could be cut from Team USA in favor of Mason Plumlee. Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins’ journey to NBA stardom has been one with a lot of bumps on the road, but it’s one he’s made it through and is now on the cusp […]
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
18 days ago  |  Discuss
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