By Ryan Rodriguez With the season winding down and several teams jockeying for draft position, better known as trying to lose, the Kings struck back at the notion that they are doing the same, at least for one night. With … Continue reading →
Ryan Rodriguez With only 19 games left in the season, I am officially hitting the point where I am legitimately wondering if the Sacramento Kings are on pace to blow back to back top 7 picks in the draft. Last … Continue reading →
2014 NBA All-Star Weekend Preview: Sports With Biers feature
This coming weekend is All-Star Weekend. Because the writers of SWB are degenerate gamblers, below are our individual picks to win the All-Star Game, All-Star MVP 3-Point Contest, Dunk Contest and skills challenge. 3 Point Challenge Winner: Josh Biers (JB): … Continue reading →
I can easily answer this question for you in one word. Nothing. The Kings played twice this weekend at home this week and it was two more lackluster performances by the boys in purple and black, losing to the Detroit … Continue reading →
I’m here to offer you a partially unbiased analysis of the Sacramento Kings as they make their push to get a top 5 pick so they can draft Julius Randle or Aaron Gordon. If I use we when talking about … Continue reading →
Even with less than three days to go until the 2013 NBA Draft, I remain clueless. 2013 is being called a fairly weak year in the draft, and with no sure-shot answers to the problems plaguing the lottery teams, there is no way to expertly predict the sequence at which young players will accept their team hats on Thursday night. As a matter of fact, I probably feel more confident of predicting next year’s draft class than the one three days from now. Still, a draft is to be conducted, and so, in my annual tradition, a draft is to be mocked. So, with utter lack of confidence in my predictions, but full faith to defend them the moment they are published, here is my 2013 NBA Mock Draft of the lottery (1-14) picks.