Here are a few moments that, while not as important as the others listed, still stand out in the minds of Kings fans.
Mitch Richmond winning All-Star MVP in 1995
It's not so much that this moment stands out as much as it's Mitch Richmond standing out. Certainly through no fault of his own, the Kings simply didn't have much success during Richmond's tenure. That doesn't change the fact that he's the best player in the Sacramento era and one of the NBA's top talents throughout the '90s. His winning the All-Star Game MVP only verified it to the rest of the world.
Other than the fact that there are no other major professional sports teams in Sacramento, there weren't many good reasons to watch the Kings during their early years in Sacramento. Mitch Richmond was surely one of them.
Tyreke Evans' half-court shot to win it against Memphis
The shot didn't occur in the playoffs, and it didn't spur the team on to a great run in the season. Therefore, it doesn't merit its own slide. But Tyreke's game-winner was amazing. To this day, I can't watch that clip without laughing at Grant Napear's reaction. He's totally stunned. It's clearly one of the most memorable occasions of the past few years...even if it's from a regular-season game.
Comeback against the Chicago Bulls
Like Tyreke's shot, this was a regular-season game, so it didn't deserve its own slide. However, this is the most amazing comeback I can recall seeing. The Kings trailed the Bulls 67-43 at the half. Chicago would extend its lead to 35 when it led 79-44 with 8:50 remaining in the third quarter.
Yet the Kings outscored the Bulls 58-19 over the next 20-plus minutes of action to steal the game, 102-98. I can remember changing channels in the third quarter, thinking the game was over, only to peek back a little bit later to see the Kings were closing the gap. What I saw from then on might be the most fun I've ever had watching a regular-season game.
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