Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Being punished

Sacramento guard Cuttino Mobley was fined $15,000 by the NBA on Monday for making an obscene gesture toward fans at the end of the Kings' first-round playoff game at Seattle.

Mobley, who scored 22 points in an 87-82 loss, made the gesture after hitting a 3-pointer with 42.4 seconds to play that cut the SuperSonics' lead to 83-82.

Game 2 of the Kings-Sonics series is Tonight night in Seattle.

Thursday, April 14, 2005

Kings Open can of Woop Ass

Kenny Thomas put up 32 points and 14 rebounds, a career-high, and Mike Bibby had 24 points and eight assists for the Sacramento Kings in there latest victory over the Los Angeles Lakers 124-105 this past Sunday.

The Kings picked apart their biggest rivals with 68 points in the second half and 51 percent shooting on the day and to top it off the Kings also 62 rebounds compared to the Lakers 32.

Since the Webber trade the teams has opened their offense a little more just with in the last 7 games the games at least made 118 points in five on those games. It looks like momentum will carry on into the playoffs for the kings.

Thursday, April 07, 2005

In to the Playoffs

The Kings have won 10 of the last 16 games and they did it with out C. Webb. The Kings have been playing with a lot more effort and a certain type of edge that is making their offense produce more so than it is has all season.

The Kings are holding the 5th seed for the playoff spot right now. The West is by far the more competitive conference, for example the Kings are in at the 5 spot with a 46-30 record as to were Washing is in with a 41-33 record with the rest of the East at mid range stats.