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Kings Finally Have Its Man in New Head Coach Joerger?

Being fired from an NBA head coaching job is not always a bad thing. In fact, some people might view it like getting free bets […]

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PRO Rugby Lands in Sacramento

A true ruffian’s delight, PRO Rugby has arrived in Sacramento. The results last Sunday weren’t exactly pretty for the home team — Sacramento dropped a spirited match to Ohio 31-11 at Bonney Field — but the locals showed the spit, vigor and athleticism that makes the sport so popular across the world. The loss puts […]

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Pro Rugby: Sacramento’s Best Kept Professional Secret

You know about the Sacramento Kings, the River Cats and the Republic FC. Meanwhile, PRO Rugby launched in 2016 and is the first team sport professional league to debut in the U.S. since Major League Soccer in 1993 and Major League Lacrosse in 2001. And Sacramento has a team that plays in Bonney Field. Who […]

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Road Bound River Cats Finally Get Back Home

The start of the 2016 season for the Sacramento River Cats is off to an interesting start. Mired in last place of the Pacific Coast League’s Pacific Northern Division for most of the early season and forced to the road for all but eight of the team’s first 28 games (a 11-16 record through Wednesday), […]

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Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins to Sit Out Final Two Games

While experts and fans are busy considering their NBA 2016 playoff predictions, NBA owners and coaches are still busy with the task of running professional sports organizations. For teams that won’t be continuing on into the playoffs this season, team officials are already making player important decisions and trying to come up with a plan […]

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Arena Farewell One for the Ages

If you closed your eyes, you’d swear it was 2002 again, when Sacramento had the best team in the NBA and the building crackled nightly with excitement. That’s what it felt like Saturday night, as the Sacramento Kings made their final appearance at Arco/Power Balance/Sleep Train Arena, and the 17,317 fans in attendance were back […]

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Three Ways the Kings Can Improve Over the Summer

With only a few games left for the Sacramento Kings, the NBA season is slowly drawing to a close. Sitting at 31-47, it’s already a foregone conclusion that the Kings will once again miss the playoffs and head off into the summer contemplating about how a season that held so much promise could have gone […]

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Raley Field Sellout Crowd Joyously Greets the Giants

San Francisco Giants fans know one thing — 2016 is an “even” year. With World Series titles coming San Francisco’s way in 2010, 2012, and 2014 — and not even a playoff appearance in the other “odd” years — the anticipation for the coming season has been at a fever pitch. That excitement came to […]

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Does Kings Coach George Karl Belong on the Hot Seat?

Ten years of futility have put tremendous pressure on the Sacramento Kings organization to turn things around. This will be the 10th year in a row the Kings have missed the playoffs. If current form holds true, it will be the 7th year out of the last 8 where the team has lost at least […]

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SACRAMENTO, CA - JANUARY 25: DeMarcus Cousins #15 of the Sacramento Kings celebrates after the play against Charlotte Hornets at Sleep Train Arena on January 25, 2016 in Sacramento, California. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2016NBAE (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)

Can the Kings Win With DeMarcus Cousins?

There are two prevailing schools of thought regarding DeMarcus Cousins. One is that he is an outrageously skilled, 25 year old, two time All-Star who is still a year or two away from his prime. The other is that he is a perennial malcontent who spends far too much time complaining to referees, racking up […]

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Republic FC Star Returns to Familiar Field in Match Vs. Sac State

Max Alvarez patrolled Sacramento State’s soccer fields for years in green and gold, but on Wednesday he will be back sporting a whole new kit. The star Sacramento Republic FC midfielder returns Feb. 24 to the field where he made his mark in Hornet history, just before he launched his professional career with the franchise […]

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Sac Republic FC Opens 2016 With Two Losses — But There’s a Catch

A pair of one-goal losses to open any season might usually be a cause for concern, but in the case of the Sacramento Republic FC — not so bad. Those two friendly losses, coming at Bonney Field the past two Saturday nights, were against two Major League Soccer foes, so Sacramento can feel pretty good […]

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Is DeMarcus Cousins Better Than Chris Webber Ever Was?

Among mere mortals not named Steph Curry, nobody can single handedly devastate an opponent and fill out a box score like DeMarcus Cousins. With his constantly expanding array of offensive weapons, Cousins has shown improvement every year of his young career and seemingly adds a new facet to his game with each new season. DeMarcus’ […]

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If Kings Can Find Consistency, Playoffs are a Realistic Possibility

Inconsistent [in-kuh n-sis-tuh nt] 1. Lacking in harmony between different parts or elements. 2. not consistent in principles, conduct, etc. If one word could detail the Sacramento Kings 34 games into their 2015-16 season, you’d be hard pressed to find one more appropriate than inconsistent. The team’s frustrating Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde act can best be encapsulated by the […]

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Outdoor Hockey Turns Up the Heat at Raley Field (Photo Recap)

Raley Field served as host over the weekend for the first-ever outdoor American Hockey League game on the west coast. The Stockton Heat faced off against the Bakersfield Condors in a game that was scheduled to be played on Friday, Dec. 18 but was postponed to Saturday because of rain. An enthusiastic crowd of 9,357 enjoyed […]

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