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Gary Gerould, who has broadcast Kings games since the team moved to Sacramento in 1985, will call his 2,500th contest Sunday against Utah. The “G-Man,” as he is affectionately known, hopes to continue calling games “for a long time.”
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Gary Gerould has been the Kings’ radio announcer since the team moved to Sacramento in 1985. Here are photos of the G-Man at work.
Eric Musselman, who directed the Kings to a 33-49 record in 2006-07 before being fired, reinvents himself as a college coach and has revived the men’s basketball program at Nevada.
How do the Kings compare to the rest of the NBA teams statistically? See here in our photo gallery.
Projected starters, broadcast information and keys to Sunday’s game against the Utah Jazz.
George Hill, coming off a two-point game he called “horse poop,” scores a season-high 34 points Friday and the Jazz handled the Brooklyn Nets wire-to-wire in a 112-97 home victory.
Following Sunday’s home game against Utah, the Kings will play their first game outside of California since Jan. 31 when they travel to Denver on Monday. Sacramento has a busy week, with five games on the schedule.
Entering Saturday, five teams were within 4 1/2 games of Denver for the West’s eighth and final playoff spot. The eighth seed likely will be swiftly dismissed by Golden State but can use the experience as a steppingstone.
After several weeks at the top, the Golden State Warriors have fallen in favor of a new team. Where do the Kings rank?