Brad Miller and Peja Stojakovic move on to Round 2.
Stein Line: No 'Walk' in the park
No Mavericks player seems to have less of a future in Dallas than Antoine Walker.
A look inside the numbers suggests the Kings will miss Anthony Peeler more than you think.
• Kings' missing key
|Anthony: Christie leading by example
Doug Christie is giving the Kings a toughness that makes them a legitimate threat for the NBA title.
|Bembry: Down and dirty
Brad Miller has brought toughness to the soft Kings. But can he turn them into an NBA champion?
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|Stein Line: Mavs shooting blanks|
Dallas faces a first-round exit and surprisingly it's their offense, not defense, that's taking the blame.
|Top-scoring teams suddenly rely on defense|
When this series began, defense seemed certain to be a dirty word. After all, the Mavericks and the Kings were the NBA's two highest-scoring teams.
|League reviewing Game 3 skit parodying Kings|
The NBA is reviewing a pre-game skit by the Dallas Mavericks to determine if it was demeaning to the Sacramento Kings.
|Stein Line: Kings shot with Peja off target?|
Peja Stojakovic isn't among the Kings' walking wounded, but his shooting eye has gone awry.
|Report: Bibby (hip flexor) a game-time decision|
The Sacramento Kings have battled injuries all season. Add Mike Bibby to the list of players nicked and bruised.
|Benchmark: Jamison named top sixth man|
Dallas Mavericks forward Antawn Jamison won the NBA Sixth Man award Friday, a tribute to how well the career-long starter accepted a reserve role and remained a valuable part of the offense.
|Slams and Dunks: Big doubts over Dallas|
A questionable late-game playcall in Game 2 turned up the heat on the Mavs and coach Don Nelson.
|Slams and Dunks: Mavs' Harris for hire?|
Yes, Mavs assistant Del Harris was approached by the Raptors. But not to be their head coach.
|Stein Line: Sacramento's new super subs|
Doug Christie or Anthony Peeler must fill the void left by ailing sixth man Bobby Jackson every game now.
|Report: Kings' Jackson out for playoffs|
Bobby Jackson is out of action for NBA the playoffs, the Sacramento Bee reported Monday.
|Legler: Playoffs' possible upset specials|
The Kings, Nets and Heat could be shown early exits courtesy of the Mavericks, Knicks and Hornets.
|Insider Breakdown: Kings vs. Mavericks|
Longtime NBA assistant coach and scout Brian James takes an in-depth look at the first-round matchups.