Reggie King was at his best for the Kansas City Kings.
Johnson was Sacramento’s first star player, even if he never made an All-Star game.
Imhoff earned honors at every level he played at.
The sweet shooting Hield has had his ups-and-downs since being traded to Sac Town.
It’s been three years since Rudy Gay left the Kings, and it’s never been easier to root for him.
Phil Ford made an instant impact with the Kansas City Kings, but it was short-lived.
Tyreke Evans’ star shined bright while he was in Sacramento, but it faded too fast to mean anything for the Kings.
Perhaps no single individual is as synonymous with the Sacramento Kings as Vlade Divac.
DeMarcus Cousins was a good basketball player for the Sacramento Kings, but they needed him to be more than that — for his sake and theirs
The second pick of the 1977 NBA Draft helped the team reach the conference finals in 1981.
In the franchise’s first season as the Kings, Nate "Tiny" Archibald put up a statistical season that has yet to be replicated by any NBA player.