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Top 5 Sacramento Kings stories of the week

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The Kings added another former George Karl assistant to their coaching staff this week, tapping Chad Iske to be Karl's associate head coach.  Iske coached under Karl for five years in Denver and spent the last two years in Philadelphia under Brett Brown.

The Kings documentary "Playing to Win" premiered at the Esquire IMAX theater to rave reviews.  A director's screening will take place in May followed by a wider release.

Tickets for the new downtown arena have finally been made available for non-season ticket holders as the Kings have launched an online sign-up sheet for people interested in becoming season-ticket holders in time for the opening of the new arena in 2016.

ESPN's Marc Stein reports that the Boston Celtics will be expected to make a hard push to acquire Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins this summer.

DraftExpress' Mike Schmitz joined the Cowbell Kingdom Podcast to talk about the 2015 NBA Draft.  It's a great primer for those who want to get a little more background information on some of the prospects that will likely be available for the Kings this June.