The Sacramento Kings have been around since 1985, but were
actually founded way back in 1923, as the Rochester Seagrams.
They have had five different names during their turbulent history,
along with multiple places of residence, including Kansas and
Their only championship came against the Knicks in 1951 and in
the early 2000s, were considered must-watch entertainment.
Recently however they’ve been one of the worst run teams in
the association. The Kings have not made the playoffs since
2006, the longest active streak in the league.
In the midst of a pandemic, fans face a season away from their teams, Josh Coyne speaks to some of those closer to the game than anyone – the PA Announcers.
We have already seen the first domino to fall ahead of the NBA trade deadline, but Tom Hall looks at some of the key players to watch this season
Buddy Hield and Zach LaVine shot the lights out, on their way to a unique shooters club
After a big improvement last season, the Sacramento Kings have taken a step back. Sean Guest looks at what they can do to turn things around.
Behind De’Aaron Fox and Marvin Bagley III the Sacramento Kings future is bright. Now, the hardwork begins in a stacked Western Conference.
With the NBA season coming to an end, Tom Wade states the case of why Buddy Hield should be this year’s Most Improved Player