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  • GAME RECAP: Jazz 120, Kings 105

    Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz with 34 points and Rodney Hood adds 25 in their 120-105 victory over the Sacramento Kings.
    19 Jan @ 1AM

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  • Is LeBron James Among the Cleveland Cavaliers’ ‘Discontented’ Star Players?

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are mired in a losing run, and the cracks may just be starting to show. A report from Dave McMenamin of ESPN, published on Tuesday evening, sheds new light on what is turning into a troubled season for the Cavaliers, whose loss to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night was the eighth in their last ten games. McMenamin spoke to “multiple”, “prominent” Cavaliers players who he says aired their doubts about whether the team’s problems are solvable.
    18 Jan @ 8PM

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  • After getting lunch money stolen again, it's time for the Kings to get nasty

    The Sacramento Kings can take a punch, but can they throw one? In one of the recurring themes of the 2017-18 season, the Kings were too nice Wednesday evening against the Utah Jazz and they got their lunch money stolen. "I just told them we need to play with more life, we need to play with more athleticism, and we need to play with a lot more nasty," Dave Joerger said following the Kings 120-105 loss to the Jazz.
    18 Jan @ 4PM

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  • Mitchell scores 34 in Utah's 120-105 win over Kings

    Donovan Mitchell had another big game and added to his growing list of spectacular dunks with a one-handed jam in the third quarter. Mitchell's defense could still use some work, says Snyder. Not that it mattered much for Utah on Wednesday night, when Mitchell scored 23 of his 34 points in the second half to lift the Jazz over the Sacramento Kings 120-105.
    18 Jan @ 8AM

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  • After tough start to season, Kings make organizational shift towards youth

    After losing five straight and 10 of their last 12 games, the Sacramento Kings sit at the bottom of the Western Conference standings at 13-30. With playoffs well out of reach, the team is making an organizational decision to go young. You could say that the Kings made this decision last February when they dealt DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans.
    16 Jan @ 5PM

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  • Westbrook, Anthony help Thunder rally past Kings 95-88

    The third quarter has often been a problem for the Oklahoma City Thunder this season, but that's when they made their move Monday night against the Sacramento Kings. Russell Westbrook had 19 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists before being ejected, and Oklahoma City rallied from a 15-point first-half deficit to beat Sacramento 95-88. Carmelo Anthony added 20 points, Paul George scored 18 and Steven Adams had 13 points and 13 rebounds for the Thunder, who avoided what would have been a fourth straight home loss thanks in large part to a dominant third quarter in which they outscored the Kings 31-16.
    16 Jan @ 10AM

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  • Thoughts on Sacramento Kings' Twitter account doing a play-by-play of Falcons-Eagles?

    The "NFL GameDay Prime" crew reacts to the Sacramento Kings' Twitter account and their play-by-play of the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles game.
    14 Jan @ 10AM

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  • Bogdan Bogdanovic among priority adds in Fantasy Basketball

    Bogdan Bogdanovic has continued to grow more comfortable in the NBA and is seeing an increase in minutes with the Sacramento Kings. Against all odds, no notable, long-term injuries have occurred since last week, so we have to do some digging to find value off the waiver wire. The Clippers continue to be decimated by injury, but with Milos Teodosic (foot) day-to-day and Blake Griffin (concussion) likely to return soon as well, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly which of LA’s reserves — such as Tyrone Wallace, Jawun Evans and C.J Williams — will have long-term value, especially with Lou Williams taking massive control of the offense.
    13 Jan @ 4AM

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  • Popovich a big fan of Kings rookie: 'He really understands...'

    The San Antonio Spurs are a model professional franchise. For nearly four decades, they have set the NBA standard of excellence and they are well on their way to another season of playoff basketball. The Sacramento Kings would love to emulate the San Antonio's run of success.
    9 Jan @ 10AM

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  • Short-handed Spurs still too much for Kings

    LaMarcus Aldridge had 31 points and 12 rebounds and Davis Bertans enjoyed a career night as the San Antonio Spurs rallied to a 107-100 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Monday in Sacramento, Calif. Bertans established career highs of 28 points and six 3-pointers as San Antonio recovered from a 13-point deficit. Willie Cauley-Stein had 22 points and nine rebounds for the Kings, who lost for the sixth time in the past eight games.
    9 Jan @ 7AM

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