1. DeMarcus Cousins Is the Key to the Future for the Sacramento Kings, Not Evans

    From the day he was drafted in 2009, Tyreke Evans was anointed as the face of the franchise. The ball was put almost exclusively in his hands from his first game on, they dealt away ...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 2 years ago 1,089 reads 11 comments

  2. Sacramento Kings 2011-12 NBA Season Preview

    Geoff Petrie has long carried the reputation of drafting and acquiring little-known, offensive-minded players often times from Europe...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 2 years ago 59 reads 11 comments

  3. NBA Lockout: Greed Rules the Day

    In the weeks and months following the Dallas Mavericks' unexpectedly being crowned champions of the basketball world, sports fans passionate and casual alike watched the NFL lockout ...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 2 years ago 697 reads 2 comments

  4. Week 2 NFL Picks: Patriots Win Shootout and Other Game Predictions

    Sunday, September 18 Seattle Seahawks (0-1) at Pittsburgh Steelers (0-1) Sidney Rice will have to wait another week to make his Seahawks debut but won't matter much this week...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about almost 3 years ago 88 reads 0 comments

  5. Jimmer Fredette: What Can the Sacramento Kings Expect out of Their Rookie?

    Even the most optimistic of basketball fans are beginning to conclude that all or a healthy majority of the upcoming 2011-12 NBA season will be lost due to the looming lockout, ...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about almost 3 years ago 1,465 reads 3 comments

  6. Jimmer Fredette Will Fit in Exceptionally Well with the Sacramento Kings

    Since he was drafted ninth overall Thursday night, questions have arisen about how successful Jimmer Fredette will be as a pro and how well he could possibly fit with the Sacramento Kings...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about 3 years ago 3,099 reads 33 comments

  7. Sacramento Kings: 6 Steps the Franchise Can Take To Get Back to NBA Playoffs

    The good news: the Sacramento Kings won 66 games. The bad news: it's taken the last three seasons combined to reach said total...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about 3 years ago 2,326 reads 10 comments

  8. 2011 NBA Finals: LeBron James and the Enormous Expectation Level We Place on Him

    Everything he does is criticized, magnified and analyzed to a level like no other athlete in the world today...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about 3 years ago 896 reads 14 comments

  9. Sacramento Kings: Final 2011 Report Cards for DeMarcus Cousins and Co.

    More was spoken and written about the Sacramento Kings potential relocation in 2010-11 than their actual on-court performance...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about 3 years ago 1,249 reads 14 comments

  10. Kobe Bryant vs. LeBron James: Who Has a Greater Chance at Success in Playoffs

    Despite the fact that neither the Los Angeles Lakers nor the Miami Heat are the No. 1 seeds in their respective conferences, both are widely considered as the favorites to be represented in the NBA Finals...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about 3 years ago 4,195 reads 3 comments

  11. Sacramento Kings: City Proves to the NBA Exactly How Much They Love Their Team

    It took millions of dollars in new corporate partnerships, immeasurable passion from its reinvigorated fanbase and a legendary presentation from its former NBA star Mayor Kevin Johnson...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about 3 years ago 1,351 reads 9 comments

  12. NBA Lockout: Will the League Be Able to Recover from a Lost Season?

    Luckily for the National Basketball Association, the National Football League’s looming lockout has dominated headlines for weeks and thus distracted the country from a Fall work stoppage of their own...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 1,281 reads 8 comments

  13. 2011 NBA Season: Was This the Best Season Since Michael Jordan First Retired?

    By anyone’s standards, the 2010-11 NBA season will be remembered as extraordinary for a multitude of reasons. There was spectacular individual play, like Kevin Love’s incredible propensity to rebound and his 53-game double-double streak...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 381 reads 0 comments

  14. 2010-2011 NBA Awards Predictions: MVP, Rookie of the Year and More

    As competitive and wide open as this NBA season has been, the distribution of the league’s most distinguished hardware figures to be equally up in the air...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 120 reads 48 comments

  15. NBA Power Rankings: LeBron James and Each Team's Smartest Playmaker

    The role of facilitator in the game of basketball historically has been filled by outstanding point guards like Bob Cousy, Magic Johnson, John Stockton and Isiah Thomas...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 3,771 reads 55 comments

  16. Sacramento Kings: 10 Teams Besides Anaheim Royals Displaced Fans Can Root For

    2011 has proven to be quite a gut punch for thousands of displaced Sacramento Kings fans. A year that began with an extremely optimistic outlook has soured considerably as the Kings have struggled mightily on the court...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 4,388 reads 39 comments

  17. Sacramento Kings: How Did They Go from Elite Contender To Cellar Dweller?

    On the eve of a humbling 40-point drubbing at the United Center Monday night, the Sacramento Kings now limp along at a humiliating 17-52 record, second worst in the NBA . One year prior, they won just 25 contests...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 1,416 reads 10 comments

  18. LaMarcus Aldridge vs. Al Horford: Why Aldridge Is a Better Long-Term Investment

    Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. Chris Paul and Deron Williams. Blake Griffin and Kevin Love. Derrick Rose and Rajon Rondo...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 831 reads 3 comments

  19. NBA Commissioner David Stern Has Overstayed His Welcome, Needs To Go

    Few commissioners have done as much for their respective sport as David J. Stern has done for the National Basketball Association...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 980 reads 6 comments

  20. Derrick Rose vs. Chris Paul: Who Would You Rather Have for a Playoff Series?

    The NBA is currently enjoying a very point-guard rich era. The battle to earn a spot on either the Western or Eastern All-Star roster from the point guard position is a very challenging ...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 6,147 reads 23 comments

  21. NBA Power Rankings Week 19: LA Lakers and Chicago Bulls Rise, Miami Heat Fall

    After February's All-Star weekend is generally the time when contenders hit their stride and come out gunning...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 4,438 reads 8 comments

  22. Sacramento Kings No More: The Maloofs' Anaheim Move Seems Inevitable

    It's not official, but the writing is on the wall. Get used to it, Kings fans—the team so many of us grew up admiring, cherishing and idolizing is indeed moving to Anaheim...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 5,198 reads 38 comments

  23. Kobe Bryant Vs. LeBron James: LeBron Has Staved off Kobe as the Best NBA Player

    Few debates in the world of sports spark the raw emotion of 'Who is better, LeBron or Kobe?' The argument is particularly captivating because in addition to being the clear cut No...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 15,436 reads 208 comments

  24. NBA Lockout Rumors: Should the League Seriously Consider Contraction?

    There are a few repulsive, sacred words when it comes to professional sports: lockout, holdout, and perhaps the ugliest of all, contraction...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 1,164 reads 0 comments

  25. DeMarcus Cousins: Is the Sacramento Kings Rookie Worth the Headaches?

    Excellent hands. Outstanding touch. Nimble footwork. Physical toughness. Quite a rebounder. Ability to create own shot. Ability to finish around basket. Doesn't always play hard...

    David Spohn Written by David Spohn about over 3 years ago 1,669 reads 7 comments