By Ryan Rodriguez As I was driving home from work yesterday an interesting thought popped into my mind: What would my 13 year old self think if I went back in time (10 years) and told him that the Kings … Continue reading →
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 →
by Ryan Rodriguez When I checked the line before last night’s Kings-Bucks game, I was mildly surprised to see that the Kings were favored by 4 even though they were on the road. I understand that the Bucks are as … Continue reading →
By Ryan Rodriguez If you read this blog with any regularity, you know that I don’t mind the Sacramento Kings racking up the losses once again this year, so long as they show improvement as a cohesive basketball team … Continue reading →
NBA: A recap of last night’s California games featuring the Lakers, Clippers and Kings
By Ryan Rodriguez Well, with three of the four California teams in action last night, I decided I’d do a little blurb/roundup on the games. The two bottom feeders, the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento Kings, came out with wins while the … Continue reading →
By Ryan Rodriguez Just a few thoughts on last night’s 116-111 loss to the Indiana Pacers. as I was only able to catch the final 4 minutes of the fourth and overtime. I hate to say it but these are … Continue reading →
Sacramento Kings vs New Orleans Pelicans: Rudy Gay proves his worth?
By Ryan Rodriguez The Kings exhibited great ball movement last night, as they pushed the pace and found open shooters and cutters for a 114-97 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans. With the ball moving around the court with such crispness … Continue reading →
By: Ryan Rodriguez Boy, was last night’s Kings game a fun win. They held off a late charge by Damian Illard (I think I’m going to drop the L from his name so it matches how filthy he can be sometimes) and … Continue reading →
5-Man Armies: The best 5-player lineups in the NBA this season
In basketball, five players on the court have to work as one single entity: passing, scoring, defending, rebounding, and even fighting together as a group. Taking the point-differential (+/-) as a reference point, let’s countdown the top five lineups in the NBA that have been the most effective when they are set together on the court this season.