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Top 5 Sacramento Kings stories of the week

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Ben McLemore was named a finalist for the NBA's season-long NBA Cares Community Assist Award in recognition of his ongoing charitable work.  Fan votes will play a role in selecting the winner so if you want to vote for Ben, check out this link for instructions on how to do so.

Ben also talked to Cowbell Kingdom about his plans for the offseason.  Ben's work last season saw him improve a lot over just one summer, but he's still got a lot of work ahead of him if he ever hopes to become a star.

Cowbell Kingdom conducted another exit interview, this time with rookie Nik Stauskas.  Stauskas had a very disappointing rookie year and will be heading back to Michigan this summer to work with his college strength coach.

The ESPN produced documentary regarding the Kings relocation saga, called 30 for 30: Down in the Valley is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York today.  You can view a short clip of the documentary here, courtesy of News10's Bryan May.

If you download the Waze up from now until June, you could have your GPS navigation narrated by none other than Vlade Divac.  Here's the video of Vlade in studio.  I've downloaded it myself, and it is hilarious to hear Vlade telling you not to run red lights because "it's flopping".