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Liberty Ballers Nov 30, 2016

Sixers vs. Kings Game Thread

Tall basketball players, pick swaps, etc. Game Info Date: November 30, 2016 Time: 7:00 p.m. EST Place: Wells Fargo Center Channel: CSN Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic The Bad Guys: Sactown Royalty Probable Starters Philadelphia: Sergio Rodriguez, Gerald Henderson, Robert Covington , Ersan Ilyasova, Joel Embiid Sacramento: Darren Collison, Arron Afflalo, Rudy Gay, DeMarcus Cousins, Kosta Koufos Injuries Philadelphia: Jerryd Bayless (wrist), Nerlens Noel (knee), Ben Simmons (foot) Sacramento: None Sixers-Kings By The Numbers 103.6 - Sacramento’s offensive rating, ranked 15th in the NBA....
Sactown Royalty Nov 29, 2016

When will the Kings find the right starting combination?

Dave Joerger’s stubborn lineups are head-scratching. The Sacramento Kings began the season with all sorts of lineup questions. Darren Collison’s suspension and multiple offseason signings produced a litany of possible rotations. Almost the entirety of last year’s roster was placed on the trade block prior to the season, but no deals have occurred. A roster deep with role players and short on star talent has proven a challenge for Dave Joerger as he hasn’t found the right pieces of the puzzle that fit together. The starting squad of Darren Collison, Arron Afflalo, Rudy Gay, DeMarcus...
Sactown Royalty Nov 24, 2016

Kings 116 – Thunder 101: Hurricane Boogie Outstorms the Thunder

The Kings outhustled, outshot, and outworked the visiting KD-less OKC Thunder in a beginning-to-end efficient 116- 101 win which seemed prime for a KANGZ moment that never emerged. DeMarcus Cousins destroyed the Thunder bigs across the court and finished with 36 points and 12 rebounds. Rudy Gay added 19 points and 9 boards, and Darren Collison had a quietly efficient 21 points and 4 assists. Russell Westbrook mashed down his turbo button at all times and continued his MVP caliber season with 31 points, 9 assists and 11 rebounds; the entirety of the Thunder offensive gameplan is to let...
Sactown Royalty Nov 22, 2016

Is Sacramento’s new starting lineup the way forward?

Dave Joerger made a change to go small last game, but will he stick with it? After last Friday’s loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, Kings head coach Dave Joerger said after the game that he’d “seen enough” and that the team would be going small going forward. He followed up on that promise with a new starting lineup of Ty Lawson, Darren Collison, Matt Barnes, Rudy Gay and DeMarcus Cousins. While the Kings won the game, that lineup is hardly to be credited, especially when the Kings did a lot of their best work in the game when Kosta Koufos (a game-high +18) came in and helped shut...
Sactown Royalty Nov 21, 2016

Kings 102-Raptors 99: Defense Wins the Day

The Kings escape the KANGZ. Well, that’s certainly a way to win a basketball game! In a controversial ending, the Kings escaped with a 102-99 victory over the Toronto Raptors. The final 90 seconds certainly got the blood pumping! After an emphatic Rudy Gay dunk put Sacramento up 102-97 with just over a minute and a half to play, the Kings did their best to morph into the KANGZ and give the game away. With 27 seconds remaining, Darren Collison fit in his bone-headed play of the game and fouled Kyle Lowry on a three point attempt. Thankfully, the Raptors star point guard missed one of the...
Rotoworld Nov 7, 2016

Darren Collison expected to play Tuesday - Darren Collison (G) Sacramento Kings

Darren Collison has served his eight-game suspension and is expected to play Tuesday vs. New Orleans.

Kings Player News

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