Sacramento Bee - Marcus Landry hopes to join big brother Carl on Kings
Marcus Landry has impressed in four days of camp. What about his big brother?
Kings Blog and Q&A: Landry looking for Kings to follow his lead
Carl has struggled a bit more, but is looking to take a leadership role. Good on him.
Full Court Press - Kings Veteran Stands Out in Backcourt
Beno is locking up that second backcourt spot.
KHTK - Kevin Johnson Interview
The mayor speaks about the arena situation. Not as gloomy as the rest of coverage has been.
FanHouse - Few to Blame in Kings Arena Quandary
Speaking of gloomy ... my write-up of where we stand with the arena.
Kings.com - Slamson is Camping on Top of the IKEA Sign
... until fans buy 1,000 more tickets for the home opener.
FanHouse - Rockets' No-Extension Rule
Daryl Morey won't even talk about extensions for any of his players, including Yao, Aaron Brooks, Shane Battier and Kevin Martin. It's an interesting tact, certainly.
AP - NBA Doubles Technical Foul Fine
As if the new emphasis on player complaining wasn't enough, techs cost twice as much. First one is $2,000. Yeesh.
AZCentral.com - Phoenix Suns ready to get the games going
The Suns are getting ready for Tuesday's preseason game in Sacramento.
Pottsville Mercury - With Dalembert gone, Speights ready to take reins at center
Maybe I'm reading this with biased eyes, but it almost sounds as if the 76ers are worried about their post-Dalembert center spot? Rough one-line dismissal of Spencer Hawes in here.
Sacramento Business Journal - Bee will cut 29 more jobs
The Bee will lose five newsroom jobs as a part of continued cost-cutting for McClatchy. Never good.