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  • Police arrest brother of man killed by Sacramento police

    Police on Thursday arrested the brother of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by Sacramento officers last month, on suspicion of felony assault and vandalism, authorities said Thursday. Stevante Clark, 25, also is accused of making criminal threats and abusing a 911 emergency line. Stevante Clark disrupted an emotional City Council meeting following the shooting of his 22-year-old brother.
    20 Apr @ 12PM

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  • Manu Ginobili leads Spurs over Kings to clinch 21st straight playoff berth

    Rudy Gay scored 18 points, Manu Ginobili had 17 and the San Antonio Spurs rallied late to beat the Sacramento Kings 98-85 on Monday night and clinch their 21st straight postseason appearance. Sacramento, which was eliminated from the postseason on March 11, led by 14 points before being outscored 38-19 in the fourth quarter. Willie Cauley-Stein led Sacramento with 25 points and 10 rebounds.
    10 Apr @ 2PM

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  • Gay, Ginobili lead Spurs over Kings to clinch playoff berth

    The Spurs seemed like a perfect free-agent destination as Rudy Gay searched for a guaranteed playoff berth after just one postseason appearance in 11 previous seasons. Gay scored 18 points, Manu Ginobili had 17 and the Spurs rallied late to beat the Sacramento Kings 98-85 on Monday night and clinch their 21st straight postseason appearance.
    10 Apr @ 1PM

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  • The San Antonio Spurs are playoff-bound for the 21st year in a row

    As it turns out, one streak ending was enough for the San Antonio Spurs. Six days after losing their 33rd game of the 2017-18 season, ensuring that their string of 50-win campaigns would end after 18 years, the Spurs hosted the Sacramento Kings needing one more victory to punch their tickets to the postseason. It wasn’t easy — seemingly nothing has been for Gregg Popovich’s crew in a season that’s been much more about who hasn’t been on the floor than who has — but after sputtering to just 60 points through three quarters and trailing the lowly Kings with 6 1/2 minute to go, San Antonio finally got it going down the stretch.
    10 Apr @ 12PM

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  • Kings to join NBA 2K eSports League, tab Shaq as GM of Kings Guard Gaming

    Need something new to pass the long NBA offseason in Sacramento? The Kings might have something for you. Beginning in May of 2018, the team will compete with 16 other NBA franchises as a charter member of an NBA 2K eSports League.
    3 Apr @ 4AM

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  • Matt Barnes Announces A Scholarship Fund For Stephon Clark’s Sons

    Matt Barnes was among the 100 or so people who attended a peaceful Sacramento demonstration in honor of Stephon Clark on Saturday. The 38-year-old also announced he’s launching a scholarship fund for the Clark boys to ensure they go to college.
    2 Apr @ 1AM

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  • The Latest: Kings player speak out about police killing

    Temple joined teammate Vice Carter and former Kings player Doug Christie Friday at a South Sacramento church for an event to support black youth in California's capital city. Carter says he works to 'educate ignorance' every day and that he feels speaking out about Clark is what he's meant to do.
    1 Apr @ 4PM

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  • Sacramento Erupts In Protest After Stephon Clark Autopsy Report

    Protests engulfed downtown Sacramento on Friday night after an independent autopsy revealed a young black father shot to death by police on March 18 was hit at least seven times in the back. The march was organized by the Sacramento Black Lives Matter chapter. Protesters gathered at 8 p.m. at Sacramento City Hall on I Street where, less than a week ago, Clark’s brother Stevante rushed the dais during a city council meeting in protest of his brother’s death.
    1 Apr @ 3PM

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  • Autopsy prompts more protests over killing of black man in California

    By Bob Strong SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - About 200 people demonstrated in Sacramento on Saturday to protest the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark, in the latest of nearly two weeks of rallies since the unarmed black man was gunned down in his grandmother's yard. Another vigil with about 150 people was held on Saturday night, and a protester was hit by a Sacramento sheriff's vehicle, according to a video posted on the internet and the Sacramento Bee newspaper. The California Highway Patrol and the sheriff's office are investigating the incident.
    1 Apr @ 3PM

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  • Marcher hit by police vehicle while protesting shooting of Stephon Clark

    A protester taking part in a march in Sacramento, California, against the police shooting of Stephon Clark was struck and injured by a police vehicle Saturday night. The California Highway Patrol confirmed that a protester was hit by a Sacramento County Sheriff's Department vehicle around 9 p.m. local time. An ambulance arrived and took the person to a local hospital, where they are listed in stable condition. Video of the incident showed protesters surround two sheriff's vehicles with their lights and sirens on. Officers warned protesters to move four times before the two vehicles drove forward. The first sheriff's vehicle drove off before the second sheriff's vehicle clipped the protester with
    1 Apr @ 2PM

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