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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...
Sacramento Bee Sep 29, 2014
Team USA prepared Rudy Gay for new role with the Kings

Team USA prepared Rudy Gay for new role with the Kings

Sacramento plans to use Gay at power forward, the position he played exclusively in helping the national team win gold in the FIBA World Cup. Dominican Republic forward Orlando Sanchez (16) defends as U.S. forward Rudy Gay protects the ball during the first half of an exhibition basketball game at Madison Square Garden in New York, Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. The United States won 105-62. 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...
Sacramento Bee Sep 28, 2014

Kings emphasize unselfish play in training camp

Malone knows the real test will come in games
Sacramento Bee Sep 28, 2014

Malone believes new additions will help improve the Kings on defense

There has been so much talk about the Kings’ offense, you might think the Kings were completely incompetent on offense last season.
Sacramento Bee Sep 27, 2014

Michael Malone won’t settle for ‘unacceptable’ offense this season

If you didn’t like watching the Kings play offense last season, you’re not alone.
Sacramento Bee Sep 26, 2014

Kings owner Ranadive says it’s now ‘about wins and losses’

Perhaps the slogan, “Here We Stay,” should be replaced with “We Need Wins.”
Sacramento Bee Sep 26, 2014

DeMarcus Cousins came away from Team USA a more confident defender

There have been many times in speaking with DeMarcus Cousins over the last four years he’d say he wasn’t much of a shot blocker.
Sacramento Bee Sep 26, 2014
Sacramento Kings Media Day: Photos and fun

Sacramento Kings Media Day: Photos and fun

It's media day for the Sacramento Kings. Follow the event -- and the fun -- here. Sacramento Kings Media Day, Friday, Sept. 26, 2014.
Sacramento Bee Sep 26, 2014

Hall of Famer Mitch Richmond joins Kings’ broadcasts

Former Kings guard Mitch Richmond will join the Kings broadcast team this season as an analyst on the pregame and postgame shows on Comcast SportsNet California.
Sacramento Bee Sep 26, 2014

Live chat: Kings begin preparations for 2014-15 season

It's Media Day for the Sacramento Kings, and before Jason Jones heads out to speak with the team, he is hosting a live chat, beginning at 11 a.m.
Sacramento Bee Sep 25, 2014

A position-by-position look at the Kings entering training camp

With the Kings opening training camp on Friday and starting practice Saturday, The Bee’s Jason Jones assesses the roster, position by position:
Sacramento Bee Sep 25, 2014

Kings introduce Uber app for home games

The Sacramento Kings today announced they will add the Uber car service to the team app this fall, allowing fans to tap in for rides to and from Sleep Train Arena, starting with the team’s home opening game this season on Oct. 29.
Sacramento Bee Sep 25, 2014

Training camp preview: Still searching for answers at power foward

The Kings have a lot of power forwards. But they don’t have one they’d call their solution at the position for years to come.
Sacramento Bee Sep 24, 2014

Abdur-Rahim no longer with Kings, sources say

The only basketball executive to survive last year’s purge under the Kings’ new ownership could be out now, too.
Sacramento Bee Sep 24, 2014
More tenant departures possible as rest of Downtown Plaza faces remodel

More tenant departures possible as rest of Downtown Plaza faces remodel

Some of the remaining tenants at Downtown Plaza could be leaving soon as the mall’s developer considers remodeling the site to coincide with construction of the new Sacramento Kings arena. Demolition work continues on the Downtown Plaza to make room for Sacramento's new entertainment arena in Sacramento on Tuesday, September 23, 2014.

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