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Point guard doesn't play against Sacramento and might sit out Sunday against Indiana. Coach Doc Rivers doesn't want to risk a more serious injury.SACRAMENTO -- Clippers All-Star point guard Chris Paul didn't play against the Sacramento Kings on Friday night because of a strained right hamstring.
Carl Landry isn’t close to returning to the court for the Kings, but he is able to travel with the Kings as he recovers from surgery for a torn left hip flexor.
LOS ANGELES – The Lakers finally have a winning streak. After a start to the season in which losses piled up like injuries, the Lakers won their third consecutive game Sunday, beating the Sacramento Kings 100-86. The win pushed the Lakers back to...
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Chris Kaman (back) is considered doubtful for the Los Angeles Lakers game against the Sacramento Kings on Sunday. Kaman did not play in the Lakers' 102-95 win against the Golden State Warriors after he "took a blow in the back" during a practice, according to Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni. The 11-year veteran is averaging 8.3 points and 5.3 rebounds this season and started three games for L.A., however he had already begun to find himself on the outskirts of D'Antoni's rotation before the back injury.
Coming off the bench isn't new to Travis Outlaw. What he's had to adjust to the last two seasons as a King was not getting off the bench at all. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee The Kings' Travis Outlaw, dunking against Oklahoma City last season, has impressed coach Michael Malone with his work ethic. Travis Outlaw was one of the most productive reserves in the NBA with Portland five years ago. Then injuries mounted.
The Kings announced Monday forward Carl Landry will miss three to four months because of a torn hip flexor. Carl Landry The Kings will miss his production in the low post.
Carl Landry signed a four-year deal worth $26 million this offseason after excelling in a reserve role with the Golden State Warriors last season.
The Kings announced forward Carl Landry will miss 3-4 months because of a torn hip flexor. Carl Landry hams it up with a handsome hat at the Kings media day.
Sacramento fans won’t see Carl Landry in a Kings jersey for 3-4 months. (Rocky Widner/NBAE via ) Training camp isn’t yet over, but it seems that Sacramento’s power forward logjam has been alleviated, in a way — albeit under unfortunate circumstances. According to a team release, newly signed forward Carl Landry sustained an injury […]
There's a lot of newness to the Kings this season. But in two preseason games, most of the playing time has been primarily occupied by the players from past seasons. Kings small forward Luc Mbah a Moute played 17 minutes in the preseason opener but is now battling a sore right knee.
Some postgame notes and quotes from Monday night's preseason opener that the Kings lost, 94-81, to the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena. Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson dunks past Sacramento Kings' Marcus Thornton (23) during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, in Oakland, Calif. Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala saves the ball from going out of bounds against the Sacramento Kings during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, in Oakland, Calif. Sacramento Kings cooach Michael Malone questions...
Among other news coming out of Kings media Day, point guard Greivis Vasquez, recovering from offseason surgery on his right ankle, said he is "85-90 percent ready" to play. Greivis Vasquez
J.R. Smith said it doesn’t matter what the Nets did this summer, the Knicks still are Kings of New York. Making his first remarks of the offseason and since his left knee surgery in mid-July, Smith praised the Knicks summer additions and said if he plays well in...