The scene outside Golden 1 Center on Thursday, March 29, 2018, before the Sacramento Kings played against the Indiana Pacers. Protests stemming from the police's killing of Stephon Clark on March 18 caused the arena to be locked down for two games.
Arguments broke out Tuesday evening as protesters made their way from a Sacramento City Council meeting to Golden 1 Center, blocking fans out of the arena for a Kings game for the second time in less than a week.
Sacramento Kings principal owner Vivek Ranadive and chief operating officer Matina Kolokotronis meet with security as protesters blocked the entrances to Golden 1 Center for the second time in less than a week Tuesday.
The Kings and Boston Celtics wear shirts bearing the name of the unarmed man, Stephon Clark, who was killed by Sacramento police. The black warmup shirts have "Accountability. We are One" on the front and "Stephon Clark" on the back.
A video during the Kings' game against the Boston Celtics on Sunday, March 25, 2018, shows Kings players honoring Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was fatally shot by police the previous Sunday. "We need to talk. We need to act," they say.
Sacramento Kings owner and chairman Vivek Ranadivé addressed the crowd following Thursday night's game. Some fans were prevented from entering Golden 1 Center by people protesting a police shooting that killed a man.