Vivek Ranadive, left, the majority owner of the Sacramento Kings, talks with George Karl, the team’s new head coach after a news conference at the Kings practice facility in Sacramento on Tuesday. Karl becomes the team’s third head coach this season, replacing Tyrone Corbin who took over the team after Michael Malone was fired last December.
Vivek Ranadive, left, the majority owner of the Sacramento Kings, talks with George Karl, the team’s new head coach after a news conference at the Kings practice facility in Sacramento on Tuesday. Karl becomes the team’s third head coach this season, replacing Tyrone Corbin who took over the team after Michael Malone was fired last December. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
Vivek Ranadive, left, the majority owner of the Sacramento Kings, talks with George Karl, the team’s new head coach after a news conference at the Kings practice facility in Sacramento on Tuesday. Karl becomes the team’s third head coach this season, replacing Tyrone Corbin who took over the team after Michael Malone was fired last December. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

Waiting for George Karl to work his magic

February 19, 2015 04:00 PM

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