The Dallas Mavericks easily eliminated the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers from contention Sunday with a 122-86 victory in game four of the Western Conference
Much like the blogging community has infiltrated and changed the way sports coverage occurs, advanced stats have infiltrated and changed the way the NBA is
My Dearest Marcus, Long have I craved for our roundball rendezvous. Ever since those optimistic days of training camp, ripe with hopes of ascension into
Our good friends at Hornets 24/7 have been kind enough to exchange scouting reports with us on the key components of the latest Kings trade.
Nick Hunt/Sacramento Press Arco Arena sign removed. Hopefully Kings won’t be too. Commissioner David Stern was on the BS Report with Bill Simmons this week
In case you missed it, the Sacramento Kings got taken to the woodshed by the NBA’s best team on Friday night. The game was over
After not just a rough start to the season, but the happenings of this week, the Kings needed something to work in their favor. If
(I lied. There are no more alliterations in this post – at least not intentional ones.) Some might view this as an unfair criticism, but
I’ve always felt that if you’re a fan of a losing team it’s best to see some progress while still losing a bunch of games.
Paul Westphal is a completely likable guy. On January 6, 2011, he won the 300th game of his career, a feat that he was unaware