Dwight Howard Blocks Little Kid; Little Kid Schools Dwight Howard

If you're a small child and you want to go one-on-one with Dwight Howard, now seems to be the time to strike. Previously, we saw him dunk on and block the crap out of a small Wizards fan, and now we have him taking on a pint-sized Kings fan. But this game comes with a surprise ending. » 2/26/14 9:37am 2/26/14 9:37am

Kyle Lowry Gets Boned By Terrible Foul Call, Runs Right Off The Court

Some serious bullshit went down at the end of last night's Raptors-Kings game. With 28 seconds remaining and the Raptors down by six, Kyle Lowry hit an incredible three-point shot that was inexplicably waved off by a referee who thought Lowry kicked his leg into the oncoming defender as he went up for the shot. Lowry… » 2/06/14 10:33am 2/06/14 10:33am

DeMarcus Cousins Continues Strict No-Handshake Policy Against Clippers

The LA-Sacramento handshake feud is officially the Capulets and the Montagues of our generation. No Sacramento King will ever again exchange ritualistic-verging-on-meaningless signs of mutual respect with a Los Angeles Clipper. Not while DeMarcus Cousins is around. » 11/30/13 5:30pm 11/30/13 5:30pm

Do Not Even Think About Dapping Chris Paul In Front Of DeMarcus Cousins

Saturday's Kings-Clippers game ended with DeMarcus Cousin missing a tough, potentially game-tying shot as time expired. As Cousins was leaving the court, he noticed his teammate, Isaiah Thomas, attempting to shake Chris Paul's hand. Thomas should have known better, because Cousins was having none of that shit. » 11/25/13 11:17am 11/25/13 11:17am

Maloof Family Thanks Sacramento In Newspaper Ad

Years of prayers were finally and officially answered: as of Friday, the Maloofs are no longer NBA owners. Sure, they drove the team into the ground, and sure, they did everything possible to sell the franchise to an owner who would move it from Sacramento, and sure, just two weeks ago George Maloof was hiding in a… » 6/03/13 10:26am 6/03/13 10:26am

The Kings Are Staying In Sacramento

The Maloofs are out. According to the Sacramento Bee, the brothers came out of hiding long enough to to sell the Kings to a group for $535 million. The group, led by Silicon Valley billionaire and Golden State Warriors minority owner Vivek Ranadive, will be keeping the team in Sacramento. The deal is to be formally… » 5/17/13 1:40am 5/17/13 1:40am

The Maloofs Still Want Nothing To Do With Sacramento

The Maloofs recently announced they have a "Plan B" up their sleeves if the NBA does not approve the latest offer made by the Seattle-based ownership group with whom they have been negotiating the sale of the Sacramento Kings: they're going to make things ugly. » 5/12/13 12:15pm 5/12/13 12:15pm

Seattle's Bid For The Kings Increases, A Week Before The NBA Votes

Chris Hansen, whose bid to buy the Kings and move them to Seattle was thwarted by unanimous vote of the NBA's relocation committee, has upped his offer significantly. He's willing to pay $65 million more for the Maloofs' shares in the Kings, an amount that would put the franchise's valuation at a healthy $625 million. » 5/10/13 4:48pm 5/10/13 4:48pm

The Kings Agreed To Opt Out Of Revenue Sharing, Because The NBA Sucks

When the prospective ownership group led by Vivek Ranadive managed to convince the NBA's Relocation and Finance Committee to keep the Kings in Sacramento, we pointed out that the main incentive driving the NBA's decision was most definitely the city of Sacramento's willingness to build a new publicly financed stadium.… » 5/06/13 2:40pm 5/06/13 2:40pm