- Geek & Sci-Fi
Whenever a player makes his first return to his former team’s home-court wearing a different jersey, there is a distinct type of electricity in the air.
The Sacramento Kings' in-season makeover may not be quite finished.
Santa Cuz spreads the holiday cheer.
If we had to make a list of the most entertaining NBA players to watch right now, Russell Westbrook would be at, or near, the top.
It won't really matter who coaches the Sacramento Kings if Rudy Gay makes play like this commonplace.
Canning a coach 24 games into the season whose team's recent struggles were the direct result of a franchise player's absence is bad.
Remember when Kendrick Perkins called out his team for losing to the Sacramento Kings.
Last season, the Lakers’ Nick Young led the league, and set a franchise record, with seven successful four-point plays.
The Sacramento Kings will need a lot of plays like this to withstand the indefinite absence of DeMarcus Cousins.
So much for harebrained theories that DeMarcus Cousins is exaggerating his illness.
Kings second year wing Ben McLemore has drastically improved his outside shot this year, turning into a three-point threat the Kings desperately needed.
Sacramento's Ben McLemore makes Amir Johnson pay for his fake hustle.