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Every player will be needed with players from today’s trade not available
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Join The Bee's Jason Jones and Ailene Voisin and many more observers checking in live from the Kings game with the Dallas Mavericks this evening from Sleep Train Arena. Reporting begins at 6 p.m., and the game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
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Related group pulls in another $15,000 as deadline looms Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson is introduced during the Sacramento Kings rally on Thursday night, May 23, 2013 at Cesar Chavez Plaza in Downtown Sacramento.
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The Kings took a bold step away from the frugal ways of the last ownership group by agreeing to acquire forward Rudy Gay as part of a seven-player trade Sunday. Rudy Gay, left, goes up for a dunk in front of Los Angeles Clippers forwards Grant Hill, center, and Lamar Odom during the first half of a game in Toronto last season. Gay is being traded to the Kings along with forward Quincy Acy and center Aaron Gray for guard Greivis Vasquez, forwards Patrick Patterson and John Salmons and center Chuck Hayes. Lance Murphey Associated Press Memphis forward Rudy Gay goes high over San...
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A look at tonight’s Kings game vs. Dallas; including: broadcast information, three keys to the game and probable starters.
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The Kings took a bold step away from the frugal ways of the last ownership group by agreeing to acquire forward Rudy Gay as part of a seven-player trade Sunday.
Vasquez, Patterson, Hayes and Salmons headed to Toronto in deal Rudy Gay, left, goes up for a dunk in front of Los Angeles Clippers forwards Grant Hill, center, and Lamar Odom during the first half of a game in Toronto last season. Gay is being traded to the Kings along with forward Quincy Acy and center Aaron Gray for guard Greivis Vasquez, forwards Patrick Patterson and John Salmons and center Chuck Hayes.
The Toronto Raptors have agreed to send forward Rudy Gay to the Sacramento Kings on Sunday for a package of role players, according to multiple reports. Toronto Raptors forward Rudy Gay controls a rebound as Brooklyn Nets' Andray Blatche, left, and Kevin Garnett. right, defend during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Toronto on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013. Rudy Gay His hefty salary is now Toronto's concern, and his trade may be a sign of things to come in the NBA's new economy.
The Kings recover from a 16-0 run by the Utah Jazz in the fourth to force overtime and win, 112-102. Utah Jazz's Andris Biedrins, left, defends as Sacramento Kings' Isaiah Thomas (22) drives the basket in the first half of an NBA basketball game on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, in Salt Lake City.
Players credit Malone seeking their input with helping end six-game losing streak Sacramento Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas (22) talks with Sacramento Kings head coach Michael Malone during their game against the Phoenix Suns at Sleep Train Arena on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013 in Sacramento. Malone talking to his players before Saturday’s game at Utah helped them win.
It’s hard to deny the Portland Trail Blazers any longer. The Blazers have size, depth and can play uptempo or grind a game out. So watch out for the Blazers. They’re for real. (All records through Friday’s games.)
Kobe Bryant’s video announcing his return tonight against the Toronto Raptors featured his jersey surviving different climates, or you might say, weathering storms. Kobe Bryant, left, talks to Lakers teammate Nick Young before a preseason game against Denver in Ontario, Calif., in October. The Lakers, who are 10-9 without Bryant, have to figure out how he will fit into the mix as he returns from Achilles surgery.
This had all the makings of another loss. There was a fourth-quarter lead that was gone. Turnovers began piling up, and shots weren’t falling. Sacramento King DeMarcus Cousins drives to the basket Saturday past Utah’s Enes Kanter.
The hoopla surrounding Jimmer Fredette’s return to Utah has calmed considerably since his first NBA game at EnergySolutions Arena. Kings point guard Jimmer Fredette enjoys returning to Salt Lake City, even when he doesn’t make it into the lineup.