The Sacramento Kings had a chance to be well-represented in the Olympics. So what is the silver lining for the postponement of the games? Along with the NBA’s current hiatus with an unknown timetable, the 2020 Summer Olympics that were set to take place in Tokyo have been postponed until at least 2021.
The current sports hiatus leaves us pondering the past, so we decided to explore three “what if” scenarios for the Sacramento Kings this last season. The 2019-’20 season was quite a roller coaster for the Sacramento Kings.
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images The Sacramento Kings are one of several teams that are hoping to get the chance to make a push for a playoff spot when the NBA returns Howdy everyone, My name is Christian Rivas and I’m a producer at SB Nation.
One of the prizes in this year’s draft will be Dayton’s Obi Toppin. Do the Sacramento Kings have any chance of landing him? How would they do it? The Sacramento Kings find themselves in unfamiliar territory this year when it comes to the NBA draft.
Forget the Sacramento Kings roster; Harrison Barnes might be one of the most underappreciated and overlooked players in the entire NBA. There is no Sacramento Kings player who is more underappreciated than Harrison Barnes, and he might be one of the most overlooked assets in the entire league.
Luka Doncic and Luke Walton appeared to exchange some tense words during Wednesday’s showdown between the Dallas Mavericks and Sacramento Kings, but the two arrived at distinctly different perspectives on what transpired.