by Christopher Walder
After dragging down J.J. Redick by the head and neck while not making a play on the ball, Sacramento Kings forward Travis Outlaw will be paying the price —literally... Read More »
by Bleacher Report
We are getting close to another year of March Madness. The NCAA tournament is always filled with classic games, unforgettable plays, Cinderella teams and so on... Read More »
by HJ Kim
The Sacramento Kings aren't the "Greatest Show On Wood" anymore. Even if you're a die-hard Kings fan, it's really hard to watch all four quarters because some of the guys do things that you would se... Read More »
by John Friel
The Orlando Magic ownership must have seen the future, because they are looking rather wise right now after the latest news from the Brook Lopez camp... Read More »
by Bryant West
The Sacramento Kings claimed the rights to forward Travis Outlaw on Saturday afternoon, picking him up off the amnesty waiver after he was released by the New Jersey Nets ... Read More »
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