Kings Failed To Stop San Antonio’s “Machine,” Lose 108-92

NORTH NATOMAS — Before the Sacramento Kings played the San Antonio Spurs in a nationally televised game at Sleep Train Arena on Feb. 24, head coach George Karl referred to the southwest team from Texas as a well-oiled “machine.” The Spurs, for the fifth straight time, showed the Kings just how mechanical they are by […]

Sacramento Kings Still Have Chance To “Make Some Noise” In 29 Games

NORTH NATOMAS — The Sacramento Kings let go assistant coach Vance Walberg from his duties on Wednesday, Feb. 17, nearly a year after hiring him to work alongside of head coach George Karl. The move, two days before the Kings take on the Denver Nuggets at Sleep Train Arena, was necessary, said Vice President of […]

E’Twaun Moore Scorches Kings for 24, Bulls Trip Sacramento 107-102 For Victory

NORTH NATOMAS — The Sacramento Kings have a terrible habit of letting so-called, non-factor players from opposing teams have career nights in Sleep Train Arena this season. On Feb. 3, it was the Chicago Bulls E’Twaun Moore who averages 5.1 points per game. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard, in his fourth season out of Purdue, had […]

Gay scores 32 to lead Kings over Bucks, 111-104

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — For the second time this season with teammate DeMarcus Cousins watching from the bench in street clothes, Rudy Gay tormented the Milwaukee Bucks. Gay had 32 points, nine rebounds and six assists as the Sacramento Kings snapped a five-game losing streak by defeating the Bucks 111-104 on Monday night. Sacramento won […]

Cousins Scores 56, But Kings Fall To Hornets 129-128 In Double Overtime

NORTH NATOMAS — Reserve guard Troy Daniels made a lay up and a 3-point shot with nine seconds left in double-overtime to give his Charlotte Hornets a 129-128 victory over the Sacramento Kings in double overtime on Monday, Jan. 25, at Sleep Train Arena. The Hornets stopped the Kings’ five-game winning streak and did it […]

Kings Continue To Roll, Beat Atlanta For Fourth Straight Victory

NORTH NATOMAS — It was a battle right down to the wire, but the Sacramento Kings hung on to beat the Atlanta Hawks 91-88 on Jan. 21 for their longest winning streak of the season. After coming off three straight victories on the road, the Kings notch the fourth at Sleep Train Arena in front […]

Cousins’ 36 points lead Kings past Lakers again, 112-93

LOS ANGELES (AP) — DeMarcus Cousins is dominating every opponent in the Sacramento Kings’ path during a remarkable January run that has coach George Karl calling him the best center in basketball. For the third time this season, Cousins and the Kings were far too good for the Los Angeles Lakers. Cousins had 36 points […]

Philadelphia Thumps Sacramento Kings 110-105 For Third Victory Of The Season

NORTH NATOMAS — The Sacramento Kings knew the Philadelphia 76ers were a dangerous team coming in to Sleep Train Arena on Dec. 30, the last home game of 2015. The 76ers, who started out with an 0-18 record, showed how venomous they have been in the last few games by beating the Kings 110-105 in […]

Curry’s triple-double leads Warriors past Kings 122-103

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Stephen Curry’s eyes lit up when he saw little brother Seth guarding him for the first time in their NBA career, and the reigning MVP promptly missed a long 3-pointer. “It was a very cool moment,” the Golden State star said. “I missed and he let me know about it. After […]

Karl “Frustrated” About Kings 98-94 Loss At Home To Portland

NORTH NATOMAS — Win or lose at Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento Kings coach George Karl is good at taking questions from the media at his own pace following a game. After the Kings (12-18) lost 98-94 to the Portland Trail Blazers on their homecourt on Dec. 27, Karl, who normally sticks around until the last […]