For the better part of three years, they had one of the most thankless jobs in the industry, trying to sell season tickets when their franchise was forever on the move?
If Keith Smart looks a bit uncomfortable representing the Kings at today's NBA draft lottery in New York, it's understandable.
If you believe Oswald was the only triggerman in Dallas in 1963, or you think it's only a myth that UFOs and aliens are being studied somewhere near Roswell, N.M., you also probably believe the NBA lottery has never been rigged.
Mike Krzyzewski is no longer ruling out a return as coach of the U.S. Olympic men's basketball team.
Ousted NBA players' association executive director Billy Hunter alleges in a lawsuit that president Derek Fisher had a secret deal with owners during the 2011 lockout that benefited himself, his publicist and certain players.
LOS ANGELES - Phil Jackson never liked to compare Kobe Bryant to Michael Jordan. Believe me, I tried everything.
Sacramento Bee columnist Marcos Breton hosted a live chat about David Stern's announcement that the Kings will stay in Sacramento. Replay it here.
Kobe Bryant and an auction house that wants to sell memorabilia from his high school days and early pro career are heading for a trial next month, unless they can work out a deal before then.
Any correspondence about possible Los Angeles Clippers' off-season moves needs to go straight to the top.
As fascinating and flummoxing and filthy as the Seattle/Sacramento saga has been, the conflict at the core of this debacle remains relevant despite the theatrics on both sides.
Now we know why Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson didn't want us spiking the ball in the end zone last month.