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Top 5 Sacramento Kings stories of the week

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In the upcoming NBA Draft Lottery, the Sacramento Kings will be represented by Vlade Divac. A no-brainer choice to represent the team, really, as Vlade is the best. Although, if I'm interpreting this correctly, this means the Kings will somehow drop to the 21st pick in the draft. Thems the breaks.

Kings minority owner Shaq took a big fall on the set of TNT's NBA Halftime, and the internet did what internets do best. Kings.com had a nice roundup of the action.

The Playing to Win documentary added additional theater dates. It's almost like the groundswell of fans who helped the team stay want opportunities to remember how Sacramento accomplished what many thought was impossible.

Darius Anderson dropped his lawsuit against Vivek Ranadive and Mark Mastrov. Anderson was suing on the grounds that he had be promised an opportunity to invest in an ownership stake in the Kings.

The Kings announced a sign-up list for fans who want to secure season tickets for the new arena.