1. Sacramento Kings' Geoff Petrie's Top 10 Draft Selections

    (Photo from Sactown Royalty) In 1994 Geoff Petrie took over an organization that had been known as perennial losers. The former Blazer took the Kings organization and made them contenders...

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  2. Kings End Road Losing Streak, Make Sacramento Franchise History

    The King played the Chicago Bulls last night coming off an impressive win against another young fledgling team in the Bucks. In Milwuakee, Tyreke Evans put the game away with a last second layup that he miraculously got off before time ran out...

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  3. Sacramento Kings' Spencer Hawes Is Still a Work in Progress

    Since being selected 10th overall by Sacramento in 2007, Specner Hawes has been looked at by Kings fans as someone their team could build around. Hawes played well enough to earn a starting spot last season, but has been a bit underwhelming this season..

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  4. Kings Coach Paul Westphal Spark Of The Youth Movement in Sacramento

    The Sacramento Kings are once again have one win more than losses. They were over .500 once this season at 5-4, but then lost four straight games. Although most of the games in that stretch were close, they lost four straight none the less...

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  5. Tyreke Evans Is Quickly Becoming a King In Sacramento

    This past summer, the Sacramento Kings had the best chance of landing the first pick of the NBA draft. The deputy commissioner hosted an event, pulling the team logos from concealed envelops with the selection numbers marked on them...

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  6. Sacramento Kings' Beno Udrih and the Lost Art of the Mid-Range Jumpshot

    Beno Udrih has begun to play very well since being moved to the starting line. Udrih replaced the oft injured Kevin Martin, who fractured his wrist...

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  7. Sacramento Kings' Jason Thompson Emerging as a Premier Post Player

    Drafting Jason Thompson garnered mixed reactions from fans and analysts alike. Sacramento selected Thompson 12th overall in the 2008 NBA Draft. Thompson came out of Rider University, a small school located in Lawrenceville, NJ...

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  8. Optimism Fading For Donte Greene, Growing for Sacramento Kings' Rookies

    Donte Greene is an exuberant young athlete. He has his own Internet show sponsored by the Sacramento Kings and is always trying to pump up the crowd from the sidelines. Greene has also become close friends with players such as Jason Thompson...

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  9. New Sacramento King Sean May Faces Make-or-Break Year

    Sean May was a former top pick of the Charlotte Bobcats back in 2005, selected 13th overall. As a Tar Heel, May was an imposing force with his size and his inside-outside game...

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  10. Four Big Things (and One Dominant Player) To Remember from the 2008-09 NBA Season

    This season has been crazier than Anthony Anderson was during the Kings romping of the Knicks this past Friday in New York...

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  11. Sacramento Kings Race to the Bottom

    This has been a season to forget in Sacramento. The Kings are currently on pace to have the worst record in franchise history, almost managed to go winless against the Eastern Conference this ...

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  12. Sacramento Kings Suffering through Growing Pains

    Since their first game of the season, the Kings have been very inconsistent. Sacramento lost all their first four games on the road, then came back to Arco Arena and rattled off three straight wins...

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  13. Francisco Garcia: Starter Or Sixth Man for the Kings?

    Since the departure of Ron Artest, many Kings fans have wondered as to who would step in at small forward. Eventually, John Salmons was named the starter, which meant Francisco Garcia would come off the bench...

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