Sacramento Kings

The Sacramento Kings are an American professional basketball team based in Sacramento, California. The Kings compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of the Western Conference's Pacific Division. The Kings are the only team in the major professional North American sports leagues located in Sacramento. The team plays its home games at the Golden 1 Center. The Kings are one of the oldest continuously operating professional basketball franchises in the nation.
  • Kings announce 2018-19 training camp roster with few surprises
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    Kings announce 2018-19 training camp roster with few surprises

    Ahead of their media day festivities, the Kings released the names of the 17 players who will be in training camp starting Tuesday.

  • The Kings have entered the Jimmy Butler trade discussions
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    The Kings have entered the Jimmy Butler trade discussions

    According to a recent update from Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Kings have entered into the trade discussions for Timberwolves star Jimmy Butler: So far, few franchises, if any, are engaged in serious conversations with the Timberwolves on Butler, sources said. But the list of organizations interested in talking further with Minnesota is significant, league sources said: Brooklyn, Detroit, Houston, the LA Clippers, Miami, Philadelphia, Portland and Sacramento are among the teams interested in probing for deals. Sacramento's possible acquisition of Butler would be the riskiest move of Vlade Divac's tenure, as the disgruntled wing will enter free agency in 2019, but acquiring a star of his caliber

  • 30Q: How will the Kings use their cap space?
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    30Q: How will the Kings use their cap space?

    The Sacramento Kings currently sit on roughly $11 million in cap space. The rest of the league has essentially none. Other teams can take on small amounts of money in trades, but no other team can absorb a player into space. The Kings stand alone. This puts the Kings in a position to be involved in trades without sacrificing notable assets up until the trade deadline. The Kings can take on bad money or bloated contracts and receive draft picks or young players for their trouble. But this position of strength turns back into a pumpkin once the trade deadline passes. The majority of the league will have cap space next summer, rendering the Kings' cap space next summer far less valuable. Now is

  • Kings waive big man Deyonta Davis months after Garrett Temple trade
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    Kings waive big man Deyonta Davis months after Garrett Temple trade

    Deyonta Davis probably won't get much of a tribute video at Golden 1 Center, after the Kings waived him before he ever suited up in Sacramento.

  • Kings Roster at 18 Now. Who goes to trim down to 15?
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    Kings Roster at 18 Now. Who goes to trim down to 15?

    The men on the bench now figure to be: Deyonta Davis Wenyen Gabriel (already signed to a 2-way contract) James Artis Ben McLemore Davos amd Artis are prime candidates to be signed to 2-way contracts and play mostly for G League Stockton. Ben McLemoreis already under contract through the trade, and so the Kings might keep him on the roster as trade fodder, perhaps for a second round pick, or to make another trade work. There are also the expiring contracts that might be traded for picks. Kosta Koufos, Zach Randolph are the prime targets for this strategy, but might also include McLemore, Shumpert, The Kings are so loaded with bigs now that trades with teams needing size could also develop for

  • NBA notebook: Butler to miss Wolves' media day, start of camp
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    NBA notebook: Butler to miss Wolves' media day, start of camp

    Jimmy Butler has received permission from the Minnesota Timberwolves to skip the team's media day on Monday and he will not be available for the start of training camp on Tuesday, The Athletic reported on Saturday. Earlier this week, the four-time All-Star guard reportedly requested a trade and expressed interest in the Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets. Butler, who turned 29 last week, appeared in 59 games last season for the Timberwolves, averaging 22.2 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 2.0 steals.

  • Sacramento Kings Artist Drink
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    Sacramento Kings Artist Drink

    Sacramento Kings Artist Drink Three lucky local artists are getting an opportunity of a lifetime, to possibly have their design featured on the new Sacramento Drinks margarita Sac-Town cup!

  • NBA G League Tips Off 2018-19 Season on Nov. 2
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    NBA G League Tips Off 2018-19 Season on Nov. 2

    The NBA G League will tip off the 2018-19 season on Friday, Nov. 2, the league announced today. A record 27 teams will compete in the NBA G League's 18th season, including the Capital City Go-Go, an expansion team owned by the Washington Wizards.  Each team will play a 50-game schedule that concludes in March 2019.   The 2018-19 season will feature the Delaware Blue Coats (Philadelphia 76ers) playing with a new name and the Stockton Kings (Sacramento Kings) playing in a new city with a new name. For the second consecutive season, stretches where teams play four games in five nights have been eliminated.  The number of back-to-back games has been reduced to an all-time low, with teams playing

  • Report: Tyler Ulis signing with Warriors instead of Kings, Rockets
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    Report: Tyler Ulis signing with Warriors instead of Kings, Rockets

    The Warriors' crowded depth chart at point guard reportedly got a little more crowded with the addition of Tyler Ulis. 

  • NBA G League Tips Off 2018-19 Season on Nov. 2
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    NBA G League Tips Off 2018-19 Season on Nov. 2

    The NBA G League will tip off the 2018-19 season on Friday, Nov. 2, the league announced today. A record 27 teams will compete in the NBA G League's 18th season, including the Capital City Go-Go, an expansion team owned by the Washington Wizards.  Each team will play a 50-game schedule that concludes in March 2019.   The 2018-19 season will feature the Delaware Blue Coats (Philadelphia 76ers) playing with a new name and the Stockton Kings (Sacramento Kings) playing in a new city with a new name. For the second consecutive season, stretches where teams play four games in five nights have been eliminated.  The number of back-to-back games has been reduced to an all-time low, with teams playing

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    Summer Rewind: De'Aaron Fox

    De'Aaron Fox personifies the work hard, play hard mantra. Swipa couldn't find a gym he didn't love, battling it out with players of all ages. Fox, like he always does, found a way back to his hometown. Leading numerous youth camps, No. 5's message stretched far beyond the hardwood. It wouldn't' be a proper Swipa Summer without some times on the sticks. De'Aaron was invited to a Call of Duty preview event with a behind the scenes tour of the studio. His style is never lacking, as De'Aaron was seen rocking the Air Yeezy 2 Red October's while visiting China. Speaking of style, Fox linked up with Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant during the summer as well. An elite gamer such as Fox had a gamer's

  • 30Q: Does Skal Labissiere have a Future with the Kings?
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    30Q: Does Skal Labissiere have a Future with the Kings?

    At the dawning of his third year with the Sacramento Kings, Skal Labissiere still has a lot to prove and a more crowded front court to prove it in. The Haitian sensation has obviously been hard at work this summer, as his new LaBUFFiere physic shows. But offseason development doesn't mean much until it turns into in-game production. In a 30Q piece last September, our resident ruminant mammal posed a question: “was Skal's late-season production fool's gold or the real deal?” Fast forward a year, and this question is no closer to being answered. Does Labissiere have a future with the Kings? Well, they certainly need guys who can do this. The Kings roster three other young bigs who are all squarely