The Kings got good performances out of their roster players at Summer League. Let's take a look at what we saw out of Nik Stauskas, Ben McLemore, Ray McCallum, Quincy Acy and Derrick Williams.
Ray McCallum scored 29 points to lead the Kings past the Rockets for the Vegas Summer League Championship.
The Sacramento Kings take on the Houston Rockets tonight at 6pm, to see who takes home the Las Vegas NBA Summer League Championship trophy. We preview the matchup and give you details on the FREE watch party at Sleep Train Arena.
Moreland is bringing everything the Kings need on the defensive side of the ball.
The Kings took care of business early to win their semifinal matchup against the Wizards.
The Kings were in control throughout as the Bulls played without Doug McDermott.
The Kings take on the Bulls, in what should be one of the more entertaining Summer League match-ups.
McLemore had his best summer league game yet as the Kings advanced into the quarterfinals of the Vegas Summer League tournament.
The Kings face the Timberwolves in Round 2 of the VSL Tournament.
The next game will be Thursday at 1 pm against the winner of Phoenix/Minnesota.
Nik Stauskas has been efficient and has played under control through the first three games of the Summer League.
Everything came together for the Kings, as all starters scored in double digits led by Ben McLemore's 18.
Tip-off at 1:30 PM
Rashad James and Marshon Brooks led the way for the Kings with 12 and 11 points respectively as the Kings win their first Summer League game.
Rudy Gay speaks about Darren Collison, Isaiah Thomas and his future with the Kings.
Tip-off at 3 pm
Summer league is underway, and with it, some of the raw, rusty basketball that has become synonymous with it.
Time to check out Nik Stauskas, Ben McLemore and the rest of the young Kings in action.