The 16-24 Sacramento Kings have not made the playoffs since 2005-06, that’s 15 seasons for those counting. Over the past 5 seasons, this De’Aaron Fox-led roster has not made the necessary leaps to become the playoff contender that ANYONE has hoped for. Not the fans, not the front office, not coaches, not players. Maybe theContinue reading “Three Roster Moves to Improve the Sacramento Kings”
I am frustrated. WE are frustrated. The Sacramento Kings have not made the NBA playoffs since 2005-06. That roster was full of players that Kings fans knew couldn’t repeat the feats of the early 2000s ‘Greatest Show on Court’ squad. Kings fans had seen what NBA championship level hoops looked like in the days ofContinue reading “Three Actions Kings Fans Can Take to Change the Franchise”
The Sacramento Kings travel home to play the Atlanta Hawks tonight at 7pm-ish. The Kings are on the second night of a back-to-back, following a 114-122 loss to the Lakers in Los Angeles. Sacramento currently sports a record of 16-23, 4-6 in their previous 10 games. That record situates them at the 10th spot inContinue reading “Kings Face Hawks at Home”
The Sacramento Kings currently sit at 10th place in the NBA western conference, sporting a 13-19 record. The Kings are 5-5 in their previous 10 games, 7-9 at home, 6-10 on the road. Recently, the Kings and the NBA, in general, have had a LOT of players missing games due to league COVID protocols. ThatContinue reading “Luke Walton: Before and After”
Standing at 6’7″ 261lbs, Kenny Thomas played in the NBA for 11 seasons. During that tenure, Thomas played three seasons for the Houston Rockets, three for the Philadelphia 76ers, and 6 for the Sacramento Kings. Thomas attended the University of New Mexico and was selected 22nd overall in the 1999 NBA draft by the HoustonContinue reading “Kenny Thomas – Career Profile”
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