Friday, December 15, 2006
Biedrins, a notoriously poor free-throw shooter, went 6-for-6. He also went 7-for-7 from the field. The Kings G Jason Hart fouled out in just 13 minutes of action.
Kevin Martin scored 32 points and Ron Artest had 22 for the Kings, who lost their fourth straight road game. Golden State tied Sacramento's franchise record for 3s allowed in a game. The Kings haven't led in the first quarter of any road game this season.
Friday, December 08, 2006
The Kings on the other hand have no injuries, but Maurice Taylor has just been suspended for the next 5 games because he tested positive for marijuana for the 3rd time. I can’t say that Taylor’s absence will hurt the Kings because he hasn’t played the last 3 games and has only scored 4 points all season.
The Kings need to get rid of him already and replace him with someone who will benefit the team.
Friday, December 01, 2006
Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Just wanted the Artests and the Sacramento Kings organization to know that this loyal, not to mention, shorter, fan would be glad to swap out. Except my Honda Civic wouldn't be much better. How about my uncle's ancient El Camino?
Saturday, November 04, 2006
Fantastic job, Kings!
Friday, November 03, 2006
The article talked about Martin’s endorsement contracts, which is one way to measure how his pro basketball career is going. Fortunately, there was also some mention of Kevin’s serious attitude and wholehearted determination: he was the first to criticize his sloppy play in our opening loss against the Minnesota Timberwolves. But the Kings can see past an off night, and so can the NBA’s general managers, who put Martin near the top of their list of players ready for a breakout season.
Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Next time, I want to see that in person.
Monday, October 16, 2006
Because what Sacramento does not need is a hazardous waste dump left festering--that place is a Superfund site, the grossest of the gross. I hate to even use the turning-lemons-into-lemonade image, because those are some mighty toxic lemons. Yuck.
Of course this kind of enterprise is expensive and big profits go to the developers. But the millions it takes to build a sports and entertainment complex don't just float away--they are salaries for construction workers and profit margins for suppliers. And when the place is open, well, even the Kings concession stands makes more money than an abandoned railyard.
Tuesday, October 10, 2006
The Sacramento Kings made a smooth move when they signed Mike Bibby in June of 2001. This 28 year old has game beyond his years AND beyond his height! I was amazed to see this guys stats and see that he comes in at only 6ft 1 inch.
Monday, October 02, 2006
Saturday, June 10, 2006
Well the Dallas Mavericks and the Miami Heat have advanced to the NBA Finals. I am really hoping the Miami Heat can pull this off because I hate the Dallas Mavericks. They have been one of our big rivals for a long time and I wouldn’t mind seeing them have to try again to get their first NBA Championship. It’s cruel I know, because I have no loyalty to the Miami Heat as a Sacramento Kings fan. But this is war and in war someone has to lose. Go Heat.
Monday, May 08, 2006
The Sacramento Kings were knocked out of the Playoffs in the sixth game of their series against the San Antonio Spurs. We were only down by seven when the third quarter started but we quickly lost our hold and slipped behind to end the game with 83 to the Spurs 105. Despite great play from Mike Bibby and Bonzi Wells, who racked up a double-double, the Kings just couldn’t come back from their double digit deficit.
Sunday, April 16, 2006
The Sacramento Kings are squashing the New Orleans Hornets as we speak. This has been a low scoring game on both sides but it appears it is just not in the cards for the Hornets to win tonight. Believe me it is no fault of some great performance by the Kings because there hasn’t been one. Do I sound bitter? At least we will probably make the playoffs.
Sunday, March 19, 2006
I was a little disappointed to see us lose to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Sacramento Kings seem to be falling short of their reputation of the past few years. Mike Bibby is getting a lot of help from Ron Artest and Kenny Thomas and we have won 5 of our last 6 games, but Bibby seems to be slacking in his role as leader of this team.