A mentor who has emerged for Cousins is former Kings forward Chris Webber, who played seven seasons in Sacramento. He has tried to offer sound advice, not criticism. "I have the utmost respect for C-Web, he’s a real person,’’ Cousins said. "He just gives me advice, tells me how to handle situations. He went through similar situations so of course he has advice for me. I guess you can say a big brother looking over me.’’
I don't know about the rest of you, but this article smacks of "Kreids" telling Sacramentans that they shouldn't get too high on the efforts of the mayor and the fans in keeping the Kings in town. Part of me feels that there are some sour grapes here given the Rise Guys' recent departure from the region, which was [my opinion here] in part affected by the likelihood that Sactown would be without a major league franchise shortly. It's not that there are any real inaccuracies in Mark's article, it just felt largely unnecessary to me. It would be great to get the Rise Guys back for an interview on local radio (maybe on Grant's show) to get their thoughts on the recent arena/franchise developments. StR, what say you?
Safe to assume, I think.
You think we have roster problems? Things are looking messy up north according to this article. Pick up the phone Petrie!!!
I say we pursue a trade. Its certainly closer to home!
#FANS - #5Votes for March 6, 2012
A new image released today. The full story, with a second picture can be found here. This view is looking northward towards the Arena. See the historic depot building in the foreground and the RT line running between that building and the arena.I'm trying to figure out what building is directly to the west of the arena. Is that the new parking garage?
The player the Kings could move if it lands a vet leader type is Tyreke. That's what I keep hearing.Jason Jones, Sac Bee via Twitter