Winners and losers of the NBA Draft

June 24, 2017

  The draft winners and losers are headlined by the Minnesota Timberwolves who acquire small forward, Jimmy Butler from the Chicago Bulls.       Malik Monk sat for a bit longer than most thought, while the Sacramento Kings traded their 10th overall pick for the 15th and 20th picks respectively.       Some guys climbed to the first round while others fell to the second.      …


Cousins trade a good move for Sacramento

February 27, 2017

  The Sacramento Kings have been the laughing stock of the NBA for a few years now and the recent DeMarcus Cousins trade has not helped their case. The star power forward was shipped off to New Orleans along with Omri Casspi for Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, Langston Galloway, 2017 1st and 2nd round draft picks. Sacramento owner, Vivek Ranadive, has stated that he believes Hield has Steph Curry potential…


Peja Stojakovic is Getting His Number Retired!

September 16, 2014

After winning his only NBA title with the Dallas Mavericks Five years after retiring Vlade Divac’s number, the Sacramento Kings will do the same from his countryman, Peja Stojakovic.  Peja was drafted in 1996, 14th overall in the first round by the Kings.  His first season came in 1998, when he averaged a solid eight points to go along with three rebounds in 48 games played (one as a starter). …


We Hardly Knew You-Rudy Gay Trade Recap

December 16, 2013

Gray, Gay and Acy arrive Less than a year after being acquired by the Toronto Raptors, Rudy Gay has once again been traded, this time to the Sacramento Kings, along with Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray.  In return Toronto got Greivis Vasquez, Chuck Hayes, Patrick Patterson and John Salmons. Things just were not working out for Rudy in Toronto.  His first three games, or so were very good, and Raptor…