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Cousins picks up his 16th technical foul

DeMarcus Cousins was whistled for his 16th technical foul of the season on Sunday. Cousins chose not to discuss what happened after the game. Instead, he fielded questions about his season and the team's future under head coach Michael Malone.

Isaiah Thomas has strained wrist ligaments

Yahoo Sports is reporting that Isaiah could miss time with the injury.

NBA will not vote on Kings this week

The fate of the Kings will not be decided this week, as the NBA confirmed to The Bee's Dale Kasler that there will be no vote at this week's Board of Governors meeting.

Smart, Petrie won't be retained in any case

Marc Stein reports that no matter where the franchise ends up, Keith Smart and Geoff Petrie will not be retained.

Thomas Robinson traded to Houston

Sacramento receives Patrick Patterson, Toney Douglas, and Cole Aldrich. And of course, the Kings get cash.

Tyreke trade unlikely

ESPN's Marc Stein says that while Geoff Petrie may feel that it's time to trade Tyreke Evans, the franchise's uncertainty is likely to prevent that.

Surprise! Kings lose to Sixers 89-80

Despite a spirited third and fourth quarter comeback after another disaster-ridden second, the Kings lost at Philadelphia on Friday to go 1-3 on the current road trip.

Kings win slapfight of attrition over Cats 97-93

After a fourth quarter that looked like two bowls of Jello having a chess match, the Kings outlasted the Bobcats 97-93 in Charlotte on Saturday. Hurrah!

Kings final score: Grizzles win 85-69

DeMarcus Cousins had a strong offensive game for the Kings. No one else joined him.

George Maloof Speaks Up, Says a Deal is Not Close

News10 got a hold of George Maloof who said that a deal to sell the team to the Hansen/Ballmer group is not close.


KJ: "We're Going to Fight Like Crazy"

Mayor Kevin Johnson held a press conference today amid swirling rumors of the Maloofs selling the Sacramento Kings to the Seattle based Hansen-Ballmer group. Johnson noted that it was a "significant day" and that Sacramento would do its part to come

Bee: No Deal Yet, But Talks are Ongoing

The Sacramento Bee reports that while a deal is not finalized yet, both Seattle and the Maloofs are engaged in talks of a possible sale.

Report: Maloofs Rejected Seattle Offer?

Steven Large of CBS 13 says the Maloofs have rejected Seattle's offer.

Report: Kings Being Sold to Seattle Group

Adrian Wojnarowski reports our greatest fear: The Maloofs are selling to Chris Hansen's Seattle group for a whopping $500 million.

Kings routed by Grizzlies, lose 113-81

There's no sugarcoating it, this one was ugly. The Grizzlies dominated the second half, led by 26 points from Wayne Ellington. Let's take a look at the blowout and the stat lines, because misery loves company.

Kings final score: Nets can't miss, win 113-93

DeMarcus Cousins was again fantastic, but too few of his teammates chipped in and Brooklyn won running away.

Final Score: Kings prevail over Raptors, 105 to 96

The Kings won their second straight road game, thanks in part to a huge third quarter run. DeMarcus Cousins had a monster performance with 31 points and 20 rebounds.

Final Score: Kings Edge the Cavs, 97 to 94

Sacramento used its advantage inside to edge a shorthanded Cavaliers team for their second road win. DeMarcus Cousins had another good game with 18 points, 16 rebounds and 6 assists and the Kings outscored the Cavs in the paint 52 to 36.

Final Score: Pistons Top Kings 103-97

The Kings comeback in the fourth quarter comes up short due to some poor decisions and a big Austin Daye three pointer down the stretch. DeMarcus Cousins had another good game in the loss.

Final Score: Kings Stomp the Celtics, 118 to 96

Six Kings scored in double digits, led by Isaiah Thomas' 27 points, and DeMarcus Cousins recorded his first career triple-double to lead Sacramento past the Celtics.

Final Score: Kings Somehow Defeat Knicks 106-105

The Kings managed to blow a 21-point halftime lead and then win a game on a James Johnson buzzer-beating 3. That previous sentence is not a typo. These are things that happened.

DeMarcus Cousins returns Friday vs. Knicks

The Sacramento Kings leading scorer and rebounder will be back on the court after missing the last two games following a suspension by the team.

Kings blown out by Blazers 109-91

The Kings were unable to make it two in a row against the Blazers, who were led by 28 points and 12 rebounds from LaMarcus Aldridge.

Cousins Reinstated by Kings

After suspending Cousins indefinitely, the Kings have reinstated him after one game.

Final Score: Kings Blaze by Portland, 108 to 96

Sacramento battled back from a rough start to take control of the game for good in the second quarter. Former Blazer Travis Outlaw had another big game against his old team.

Kings Suspend Cousins Indefinitely

After last night's verbal altercation and benching by Coach Smart, the Kings have come out and suspended Cousins for an indefinite period of time.

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