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Sacramento Bee Oct 2, 2014

Live chat: Talk Kings - and MLB playoffs - with Ailene Voisin, 1:15 p.m.

Join Bee columnist Ailene Voisin for a live chat following the conclusion of the chat with Kings beat reporter Jason Jones. Ailene will discuss the Kings and their prospects for the upcoming season, as well as the MLB playoffs. The chat begins at 1:15 p.m.
Sacramento Bee Oct 1, 2014

Cousins appears more mature, better equipped to become leader of Kings

When Kings principal owner Vivek Ranadive anointed DeMarcus Cousins the team’s leader last year, it was a premature proclamation.
Sacramento Bee Oct 1, 2014

Kings working on the art of not dribbling

It wouldn’t be too much hyperbole to say the Kings have been obsessed with dribbling the basketball in recent seasons.
Sacramento Bee Sep 30, 2014

Kings forward Casspi feels at home again in return to Sacramento

Omri Casspi was traded by the Kings to Cleveland after the 2010-11 season, but Sacramento was always home to him.
Sacramento Bee Sep 30, 2014

Malone: Reggie Evans and Jason Thompson are the ‘MVPs’ of training camp

Veteran forwards are off to a good start as the team sorts out who will play amongst their power forwards.
Sacramento Bee Sep 30, 2014
Gay glad to be back; Kings want him here beyond this season

Gay glad to be back; Kings want him here beyond this season

Before the Kings made their run at free agents in the offseason, their first big sales pitch was to Rudy Gay in June. They were trying to persuade the small forward to stay in Sacramento for the 2014-15 season. Rudy Gay, shown on media day last week, might be the top unrestricted free agent at small forward next summer. Rudy Gay of the US dunks the ball during the Group C Basketball World Cup match against Dominican Republic, in Bilbao, northern Spain, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. The 2014 Basketball World Cup competition take place in various cities in Spain from Aug. 30 to Sept....
Sacramento Bee Sep 30, 2014
Ranadive’s software company, Tibco, sold for $4.3 billion

Ranadive’s software company, Tibco, sold for $4.3 billion

Vivek Ranadive has spent the past year breathing new life into the Sacramento Kings, helping the tired franchise boost ticket sales and corporate sponsorships. His software company in Palo Alto hasn’t fared as well. Capping nearly two years of disappointing financial results and a decline in its stock price, Tibco Software Inc. agreed to be sold Monday to a private equity firm for $4.3 billion. The deal will give Ranadive a personal payout of $316.4 million for his share of the company he founded 17 years ago, according to regulatory filings. Vivek Ranadive has brought a high-tech bent...

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