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  • The Sacramento Kings are no strangers to helping save NBA careers. I mean, arguably, the best player in the Sac-era could tell you all about that. Why can’t the same hold true for Rudy Gay? Gay, now 28, is the prime example of a player ready for a resurgence. Gay was traded to the Kings last […] ... read more...
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  • If you’ve never watched “The Starters” before, I highly suggest you do so as they’re one of the better NBA related shows on television. Comprised of Tas Melas, J.E. Skeets and crew, “The Starters” talked about how they believed would be a player making their first ever All-Star appearance this season and unanimously sounded off […] ... read more...
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  • The Sacramento Kings haven’t found themselves mentioned on the annual NBA General Manager Survey very often and this season is no different. With the regular season quickly approaching, the annual poll which is filled out by GM’s around the league was released for the upcoming 2014-15 season and there were few mentions of Sacramento though […] ... read more...
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  • Sacramento voted for the change, but the reform's failure helps the Kings. The NBA's Board of Governors have voted down lottery reform, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.  This is big news, as the reform was widely expected to hu... read more...
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  • When the Sacramento Kings signed Darren Collison, the last thing he was expecting was to have competition for his starting gig. Sure, Ray McCallum was on the roster but it seemed logical to assume that he’d backup Collison at the point guard spot. What wasn’t expected was that Sacramento would eventually sign Ramon Sessions, who […] ... read more...
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  • It’s just about half way through NBA preseason, and isportsweb is back for its second round of season previews. In our first preview, we picked apart the Kings roster. Now, it’s time to create a bold forecast of just how successful this young Sacramento team will be in 2015. The Deep Pacific The Pacific division is extremely competitive, let alone the entire Western Confer... read more...
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  • As of yesterday (10/19) the Sacramento Kings General Manager, Pete D’Alessandro, announced that Ben McLemore’s option has been picked up for the 2015-16 NBA season. Ben McLemore, who averaged over 15 points a game at Kansas, was drafted in the 1st round by the Sacramento Kings. He is clearly a work in progress but Sacramento feels that he is someone worth investing in. On ... read more...
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  • Nik Stauskas may have thought no one was paying attention while he was taking a photo of a wad of cash believed to be his per diem, but DeMarcus Cousins was keeping an eye on the Sacramento Kings rookie. Stauskas, the eighth-overall pick by the Kings in the 2014 NBA Draft, presumed he was surreptitiously […] The post Rookie Nik Stauskas takes photo per diem, gets clowned b... read more...
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  • SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) The Sacramento Kings have picked up the 2015-16 option on guard Ben McLemore's contract. General manager Pete D'Alessandro announced the move Sunday. McLemore averaged 8.8 points and 2.9 rebounds in 26.7 minutes last season as a rookie. McLemore was picked seventh overall by Sacramento in the 2013 draft. The Kings also waived center Sim Bhullar, gu... read more...
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  • TweetLast weekend, Sacramento Kings rookie Nik Stauskas learned how athletes are constantly under a microscope when he made headlines for the following statement about how opponents will attack him this season: “I understand that I’m a rookie and I’m white, so people are going to attack me at all times,” he said. “Just coming out there in the game, I felt it right away.” S... read more...
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