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Sacramento Kings DeMarcus Cousins plans to surprise people this upcoming season. After a dominant performance in the University of Kentucky Alumni Game this past weekend DeMarcus Cousins has started to build positive momentum heading into the season. DeMarcus Cousins looks to bring the Kings to there 1st playoff appearance since 2006 where he knows he will have to be dominant and will also have to rely on Rajon Rondo to play like he has with the Boston Celtics, for Rudy Gay to be huge, the bench to strong, and also Ben McClemore and Willie Cauley Stein to be consistently productive.
According to Kings small forward Omri Casspi it is there time to shine where the Sacramento Kings now have there best shot to get back into the playoffs for the 1st time since 2006. With the Kings new core of DeMarcus Cousins, Rajon Rondo, Rudy Gay, Ben Mclemore, Willie Cauley Stein, and Darren Collison with a full year under coach George Karl the Sacramento Kings look to compete for a playoff spot in a very tough Western Conference. The Kings look to have the same type of success since from the Chris Webber days.
The Sacramento Kings should be excited for this upcoming season after seeing DeMarcus Cousins having a monster game with 24 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals. The Kings have also had there schedule be released where the big games to watch include division rivals the Los Angeles Clippers coming to town on October 28th where the DeMarcus Cousins and Chris Paul feud continue, Rajon Rondo reunites with former teammate and coach Paul Pierce and Doc Rivers from there championship days in Boston and the main matchup to watch is between All Star big men DeMarcus Cousins vs Blake Griffin. The next big game to watch is against the Memphis Grizzlies on November 3rd where Kosta Koufas get's a taste against his former team and the main matchup to watch is the center showdown of DeMarcus Cousins vs Marc Gasol. The next big game is where the Houston Rockets come to town on November 6th where the matchup to watch is another center showdown of DeMarcus Cousins vs Dwight Howard. The next big game is where division rivals and the Defending World Champion Golden State Warriors come to town on November 7th where brothers Seth Curry and Stephen Curry reunite and the main matchup to watch is between point guards Rajon Rondo vs Stephen Curry. The next big game is against division rivals the Los Angeles Lakers on January 7th where it could Kobe Bryant's last game in Sacramento and the main matchup to watch is between centers DeMarcus Cousins vs Roy Hibbert. The next big game will be against the Chicago Bulls on February 3rd where the main matchup to watch is between centers DeMarcus Cousins vs Joakim Noah. The next big game is where the San Antonio Spurs come to town on February 24th where Marco Bellineli get's a taste against his former team and it could be Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobli's last game in Sacramento where the main matchup to watch is between All Star big man DeMarcus Cousins against future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan. The next big game is against the Cleveland Cavaliers on March 9th where the main matchup to watch is between point guards Rajon Rondo vs Kyrie Irving. The next big game will be where the Dallas Mavericks come to town on March 27th where Rajon Rondo will get a taste against his former team after having a disappointing stint in Dallas where the main matchup to watch is between the former Maverick point guard Rajon Rondo vs the current Maverick point guard Deron Williams. The other big game to watch is where the Oklahoma City Thunder come to town where the main matchup to watch is between pure point guard Rajon Rondo vs explosive point guard Russell Westbrook. With the Kings new core of DeMarcus Cousins, Rajon Rondo, Rudy Gay, Ben McClemore, Willie Cauley Stein, and Darren Collison the Sacramento Kings should be able to make some noise in the Western Conference.
Kings big man Willie Cauley Stein came in recently for the rookie photo shoot where he looks ready and motivated for this upcoming season. Demarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay will be participating in the Team USA mini camp where they will look to and be ready to make Team USA for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Good vibes continue to come out of Kings camp about Rajon Rondo, their big name signing of the summer. After Nancy Lieberman, the team’s assistant coach praised Rondo in an interview a week ago, now George Karl also has some good words for Rondo. In an interview with the Boston Herald, Karl said that it will be a challenge to coach Rondo, but he managed to sell the point guard on his premise to give him freedom. Karl was quick to point that he has a history with mercurial point guards, coaching Gary Payton, Sam Cassel, Allen Iverson, Chaunsey Billups and Andre Miller. For his part, Rondo has also said that he believes this will be his year, proving his worth again after the last few catastrophic seasons. In another interview, Rondo said that the “sky is the limit” for the next season.
Sacramento Kings 2015 Roster
Quincy Acy forward
Seth Curry guard
Duje Dukan forward
Reggie Evans forward
Rudy Gay forward
Arturas Gudaitis center
Ryan Hollins center
Kosta Koufos center
Ben McLemore guard
Luka Mitrovic forward
Eric Moreland forward
Rajon Rondo guard
David Stockton guard
The Sacramento Kings decided to follow up the footsteps of a champion. The Kings are the second team in the NBA to employ a female assistant coach after hiring Nancy Lieberman. Lieberman is a former three time All-American and a two time Olympian championship. She was one of the original players in the WNBA, being drafted by the Phoenix Mercury for the inaugural season. She became the oldest player in the league playing at 39 in 1997 when she retired. She broke her own record on July 24, 2008, when she suited for one game for the Shock at the age of 50. Lieberman has already made her mark on the team, giving public support to Rajon Rondo, the point guard from who she expects to have one of his best seasons ever.
The Sacramento Kings have had a busy offseason and where Demarcus Cousins, Caron Butler, and Omri Casspi flew out to visit Israel where they toured around Jerusalem and relaxed at the Dead Sea. The Kings also signed Seth Curry after an impressive performance in the Summer League with the New Orleans Pelicans to add depth at the point guard position where he would behind Rajon Rondo and Darren Collison. The Sacramento Kings are looking to make some noise and sneak into the Western Conference Playoff race.
The Sacramento Kings should be excited for this upcoming season. They are coming off being a lottery team once again but they have made some major strides so far. They have held on to Demarcus Cousins, they drafted Willie Cauley Stein with the 6th overall pick, they finally got rid of there log jam at power forward by trading away Jason Thompson and Carl Landry along with 2nd year shooting guard Nik Stauskas after a disappointing rookie year to the Philadelphia 76ers to have more cap space, and they signed Rajon Rondo from the Dallas Mavericks, signed Kosta Koufas from the Memphis Grizzlies, signed Marco Bellinelli from the San Antonio Spurs, and resigned Omri Casspi. The King are also going into there 1st full year under George Karl as there new head coach. The Sacramento Kings should be excited because they are in there best chances to clinch playoff berth since 2006.
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Being at the Sleep Train Arena to see the Sacramento Kings playing host the best that the NBA has to offer is definitely and experience you don't want to miss out on. The Sacramento Kings have some of the most elite NBA players in the league, and that makes for some amazing highlight reel action every time they tip off on home court. Get your tickets for the Sacramento Kings games at the Sleep Train Arena to see all the action in person.
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The cheapest average Sacramento Kings Tickets averaged $43.00 for the Sleep Train Arena was on 12/23/2010 against the Milwaukee Bucks. The most expensive average Sacramento Kings tickets for the Sleep Train Arena were on 01/11/2015 at $250.00 against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Sacramento Kings and the Western Conference
The Sacramento Kings play in the NBA Western Conference Pacific Division against fellow rivals the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns. Last season the Sacramento Kings finished 4th in the Pacific Division and 13th in the Western Conference. The Sacramento Kings ranked 14th in the NBA in points per game, 9th in rebounds per game, 26th in assists per game and 28th in opponent points per game. The Sacramento Kings ended their season going 3-5 at the Sleep Train Arena against fellow Pacific Division teams and 10-16 against fellow Western Conference teams.
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The Sacramento Kings played 15 games at the Sleep Train Arena against the Eastern Conference teams last season including the Cleveland Cavaliers, Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls, Miami Heat and Washington Wizards. The Sacramento Kings ended the season with an 8-7 record over Eastern Conference teams.
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