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  • Kings set new record for 3-point makes in wild win over Timberwolves

    The Sacramento Kings run, they pass and on Wednesday night at Golden 1 Center, they shot the lights out. In a wild up and down game, the Kings hit a franchise record 19 3-pointers on 38 attempts in the team's 141-130 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. The leader in the clubhouse was Buddy Hield, who scored 20 points on 5-of-8 from long range.
    14 Dec @ 7PM

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  • Are Kings crazy enough to be huge buyers around NBA trade deadline?

    The Sacramento Kings want to make a splash come the Feb. 8 NBA trade deadline. According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, they're thinking big. "Sacramento, famously, owes their first-rounder to Boston (via Philly)," he wrote.
    13 Dec @ 2PM

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  • 'Positive crazy' Iman Shumpert is lightening the mood with young Kings

    Iman Shumpert is one of those people who lives his life with a song playing in his head. A quarter of the way through the 2018-19 season, Shumpert isn't just a valuable member of the rotation, he is a voice in the locker room, on the court and even on the big screen in the stadium during timeouts. Following the win over the Indiana Pacers on Saturday evening, Shumpert was in rare form.
    5 Dec @ 6AM

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  • Rumor: Sacramento ‘monitoring’ Washington’s Otto Porter

    Everyone on the Washington Wizards’ roster is available in trades after their ugly start. There is demand for Bradley Beal, but the Wizards are asking for everything but the other GM’s first born in a trade, so no action there. The Sacramento Kings are interested, reports Jason Jones of The Athletic.
    1 Dec @ 5PM

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  • NBA roundup: Warriors edge Kings in final seconds

    Klay Thompson capped a 31-point performance with a put-back of his own miss with 5.8 seconds remaining Saturday night to give the Golden State Warriors a 117-116 victory over the Sacramento Kings in Oakland, Calif. Kevin Durant
    26 Nov @ 10PM

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  • Watch Klay Thompson putback own miss for game winner vs. Kings

    Klay Thompson will be thrilled with the winning shot any way it comes. Kevin Durant will gladly accept that a jump ball he tipped away against Willie Cauley-Stein in the waning moments meant nearly as much as all those jumpers and free throws he hit in a sensational scoring performance. Thompson put back his own miss with 5 seconds left, Durant scored a season-high 44 points, and the Golden State Warriors barely held off the Sacramento Kings 117-116 on Saturday night in a wild finish between the Northern California neighbors.
    26 Nov @ 11AM

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  • Kevin Durant's adjustment complete: 'He's the best scorer in the world'

    When the game was at stake and his teammates were shooting blanks, Kevin Durant dug deep into his box and pulled out the tools necessary to dismantle the stubborn-tough Sacramento Kings. With the Warriors and Kings never separated by more than six points over the final 23 minutes Saturday night, the game would be decided by which team performed best in the fourth quarter. The Warriors did, because Durant did, scoring 17 of his season-high 44 points to finish a 117-116 victory.
    25 Nov @ 12PM

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  • Durant scores season-best 44 points, Warriors hold off Kings

    Klay Thompson will be thrilled with the winning shot any way it comes. Kevin Durant will gladly accept that a jump ball he tipped away against Willie Cauley-Stein in the waning moments meant nearly as much as all those jumpers and free throws he hit in a sensational scoring performance. Thompson put back his own miss with 5 seconds left, Durant scored a season-high 44 points, and the Golden State Warriors barely held off the Sacramento Kings 117-116 on Saturday night in a wild finish between the Northern California neighbors.
    25 Nov @ 6AM

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  • Kings vs. Warriors watch guide: Lineups, injury report, player usage

    In a battle of geographic rivals, the Sacramento Kings will venture the 90 miles down I-80 on Saturday night to face the back-to-back defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors. In a rare scheduling anomaly for the Kings, they will draw a Warriors team that is on the second night of a back-to-back and playing their third game in four nights. In addition, the Warriors will play short-handed because of injuries to both Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, as well as center DeMarcus Cousins, who has yet to step foot on the court this season.
    25 Nov @ 5AM

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  • After ending skid, Warriors will host Kings

    The surprising Sacramento Kings will attempt the unthinkable -- beating the Golden State Warriors three straight times on the Warriors' home court -- when the Pacific Division rivals tangle Saturday night. Both teams are coming off impressive wins, with the Kings having triumphed 119-110 at Utah on Wednesday, two days before the Warriors ended a four-game skid with a 125-97 shellacking at home of the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday. The Warriors will have to endure the second night of a back-to-back against a team that's well rested.
    24 Nov @ 3PM

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