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  • Kings takeaways: What we learned in 20-point road loss to Pelicans

    BOX SCORENo luck in the Big Easy.The Sacramento Kings played a highly competitive 20 minutes of basketball Friday night at Smoothie King Center, but in the NBA, you have to play a full 48. The New Orleans Pelicans hit the gas pedal and ran the Kings off
    21 Oct @ 1AM

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  • Kings notes: Marvin Bagley shines, but defense takes another night off

    The Sacramento Kings have started the 2018-19 season 0-2 after falling on the road to the New Orleans Pelicans Friday evening. For a second straight game, the Kings showed they can score with the best of them, but their defense is miles away from NBA ready. Nikola Mirotic put Sacramento on blast, scoring a career-high 36 points in just 31 minutes.
    21 Oct @ 12AM

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  • Mirotic, Davis push Pelicans past Kings, 149-129

    When Anthony Davis wasn't soaring to the rim to slam down alley-oop lobs, Nikola Mirotic was burying a barrage of 3s that had the crowd chanting his name. Mirotic scored 36 points, Anthony Davis had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and the pace-pushing Pelicans continued their torrid start to the season with a 149-129 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night. 'We've been just playing fast, sharing the ball, playing very unselfish,' Mirotic said.
    20 Oct @ 11PM

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  • Mitchell comes up big late as Jazz top Kings 123-117

    Donovan Mitchell wasn't happy with Utah's sporadic defense and neither was coach Quin Snyder. Good thing the Jazz had plenty of scoring options to make up for it. Mitchell scored 11 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter and Utah overcame an uneven performance on both ends of the floor to beat the Sacramento Kings 123-117 in the season opener for both teams Wednesday night.
    19 Oct @ 10PM

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  • After stellar rookie season, Donovan Mitchell ready to up the ante: 'The goal is a championship'

    The Utah Jazz were one of the NBA’s most remarkable storylines last season. Securing the fifth seed in the Western Conference and advancing to the second round of the playoffs were outcomes no one saw coming after the franchise lost its best player in Gordon Hayward and starting point guard George Hill in free agency. Fortunately, Utah received an unexpected jolt from rookie sensation Donovan Mitchell, who is poised to take his game and the franchise to greater heights in his sophomore season.
    19 Oct @ 8PM

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  • Kings notes: Some surprises from season-opening loss to Jazz

    The Sacramento Kings came out with energy and passion early against the Utah Jazz, leading by as many as 16 points in the first quarter. In the end, the more experienced team came out ahead with the Jazz knocking off the Kings at Golden 1 Center by a final of 123-117. A loss is a loss, but for a young Kings team, there was plenty to like from the effort.
    19 Oct @ 7PM

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  • Five ways Kings can jump in NBA standings in 2018-19 season

    The Sacramento Kings missing the playoffs didn't make the list. The odds makers are against them and so are the NBA talking heads. Sacramento is up against it, but if a few things fall the right way, there is a chance for a better than predicted season.
    17 Oct @ 7PM

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  • Seven fearless Kings predictions for 2018-19 NBA season

    Just as predicting the Golden State Warriors' upcoming season based on the traditional metric of "Will they win the championship?" is a monumentally pointless exercise, so is asking any similar question of the Sacramento Kings. They are as easily predictable
    17 Oct @ 6PM

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  • Warriors tip-off bittersweet final season in Oakland with title celebration

    If anybody understands an arena’s link to a city, to a faithful fan base, Kevin Durant does. Durant played the final NBA game in KeyArena for the Seattle SuperSonics a decade ago before the franchise’s relocation to Oklahoma City, then returned for a nostalgic exhibition earlier this month in the venue’s final event. On Tuesday night, he will play an opener against his former Thunder team — and raise another championship banner — to begin Golden State’s goodbye season at Oracle Arena.
    17 Oct @ 12AM

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  • Kings rookie Marvin Bagley ready to prove naysayers wrong in NBA debut

    Regardless of how strong the rookie plays, there are still naysayers out there. Before being selected with the second overall selection in the 2018 NBA Draft, basketball analysts around the league said Bagley couldn't play defense and could only score with his left hand.
    15 Oct @ 1AM

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