The guys at Cowbell Kingdom take a closer look at the 19-year-old's journey en route to being drafted by Portland as the No. 20 pick but later traded to the Kings.
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Our panel expects modest improvement in Sacramento after an offseason that brought in several veterans to boost the roster. But will they lean on them or allow some of their younger players to develop?
Sacramento fans will get an immediate look at De'Aaron Fox when the Kings open by hosting the new-look Rockets at Golden 1 Center on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
The Lakers are on ESPN 11 times this season, including on Nov. 22 when they visit Sacramento for a budding rivalry rookie showdown between Ball and the fifth overall pick De'Aaron Fox. Fox was disappointed when Ball was held out of what was a highly-anticipated showdown at the Vegas Summer League in July.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Memphis legend Zach Randolph's return to the FedEx Forum with the Kings is Jan. 19.
With two young talented guards acquired via trade -- Buddy Hield and Bogdan Bogdanovic -- who gets the starting nod?
The Kings' Zach Randolph was arrested on a felony charge of marijuana possession with intent to sell during a disturbance in L.A. that left six law enforcement vehicles damaged.
Ty Lawson, who played eight seasons in the NBA, most recently with the Sacramento Kings, has agreed to a deal with the Shandong Golden Stars in China, team sources told ESPN, confirming multiple reports.
The North Carolina product is a wing player ready to contribute with a combination of size at 6-8, athleticism and experience.
Despite adding De'Aaron Fox and some talented veterans, Sacramento has the second-worst projection of any NBA team by RPM's measure.
Pelicans forward has lost weight, thinks his team will be much improved, plus there's that trip to Sacramento
The Kings managed to avoid any major missteps, but that doesn't necessarily mean that this was a particularly strong summer.
The Kings could follow the model of the 2014 Golden State Warriors by building a superteam through the draft. After years in the wilderness, the Kings finally have a young core worth getting excited about.
Kings add Brandon D. Williams as assistant general manager
Brandon Williams, the 76ers vice president of basketball administration, has been hired by the Sacramento Kings to be their new assistant GM.
Marc J. Spears The Undefeated
The Kings have hired Sixers VP of Basketball Administration Brandon Williams as their new Assistant General Manager, a source told The Undefeated.
League sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that former Orlando Magic general manager Otis Smith has met with the Sacramento Kings regarding the team's vacant vice president of basketball operations post.
Sacramento rookie De'Aaron Fox, the No. 5 pick in this year's draft, might be a player Cleveland highly rates as part of a package for Kyrie Irving.
Kings sign Cooley to contract
The Sacramento Kings will sign forward Jack Cooley to a two-way contract, per Chris Reichert of The Step Back. Cooley last played in a regular-season game with the Utah Jazz in 2014-15.
Scott Perry says that a week after his hire as the Knicks' general manager, he has not yet met team owner James Dolan.